Dr.a (Journalism Studies), University Miguel Hernández/Elche

Renée Lugschitz

PostDoc (OeAW/FWF)

Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Studies (CMC)
Austrian Academy of Sciences / University of Klagenfurt
1010 Wien, Bäckerstraße 13 / 1. Stock, Austria

Email:Renee.Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner(at)oeaw.ac.at

Academic Education

Academic Education

2016-2021 PhD Journalism Studies, University Miguel Hernández, Elche

1991 – 1995 Study History (Vienna University)

Professional Career

Professional Career

Renée Lugschitz studied history at the University of Vienna and wrote her dissertation at the University Miguel Hernández, Elche, on questions of journalistic quality from a gender perspective on the case of "Female Correspondents Covering the Spanish Civil War".

After many years in journalism, among others at profil, profil extra and Der Standard, she has been active as an author and researcher in Austria, Spain and Germany since 2003. For her book "Spanienkämpferinnen. Ausländische Frauen im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg 1936-1939" (2012, Lit Verlag) she received the Bruno Kreisky Recognition Award in 2013.

From 2014 to 2019 she worked as a researcher at the Institute for Comparative Media and Communication Research (CMC Institute) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences / University of Klagenfurt on the projects "Die ersten Kriegsberichterstatterinnen: The New Role of Women Journalists in the Spanish Civil War" and "Journalism in Transition", which built on Medienhaus Wien's "Journalist Report" baseline studies.

Since October 2020, she has been a researcher in the D-A-CH project "Innovations in Journalism in Democratic Societies", which is carried out in Austria by the CMC Institute and Medienhaus Wien.

For Medienhaus Wien, she is also active in research with a focus on gender and diversity and in quality control, including as co-author of Journalism Report VI, final editor for Journalism Report I-V and studies on diversity in Austrian newsrooms.

Publications

Books and Monographs

Books and Monographs

  • Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., Luef, S., & Kraus, D. (2022). Der Journalismus-Report VII. Lokaljournalismus und Innovation. (A. Kaltenbrunner, Luef, S., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., & Kraus, D., Eds.). Wien: facultas. Retrieved from https://www.facultas.at/item/Der_Journalismus-Report_VII/Andy_Kaltenbrunner/Matthias_Karmasin/Sonja_Luef/52049907?back=fa1b36a7a16ce9b80101f2852435424e
  • Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., Luef, S., & Kraus, D. (2020). Der österreichische Journalismus-Report. Eine empirische Erhebung und eine repräsentative Befragung [Austrian Journalism Report]. Wien: facultas.

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

Peer-Reviewed Articles and Book Chapters

  • Meier, K., Schützeneder, J., García Avilés, J. A., Valero-Pastor, J. M., Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., et al. (2022). Examining the Most Relevant Journalism Innovations: A Comparative Analysis of Five European Countries from 2010 to 2020. Journalism And Media, 698–714. doi:10.3390/journalmedia3040046
  • Kaltenbrunner, A., & Lugschitz, R. (2021). Diversity in Österreichs Redaktionen: Bestandsaufnahme, Problemlage und Lösungsansätze [Diversity in Austrian Newsrooms, tacking stock, issues and possible solutions]. Medienjournal, 45, 3-26. doi:10.24989/medienjournal.v45i4.1977
  • Lugschitz, R., & García-Avilés; J. A.,. (2020). Irish correspondent Gertrude Gaffney’s work on the Spanish Civil War. A qualitative analysis of bias and journalistic standards. Estudios Sobre El Mensaje Periodístico, 26, 1471-1483. doi:10.5209/esmp.71376
  • Kaltenbrunner, A., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., & Luef, S. (2019). How to Identify Journalists? Developing a Theoretical International Foundation for the Operationalisation of a National Comprehensive Survey of Journalists in Austria. Athens Journal Of Mass Media And Communications, 5, 233-252. Retrieved from https://www.athensjournals.gr/media/2019-5-4-1-Kaltenbrunner.pdf
  • Lugschitz, R. (2019). Collègues, égales et camarades. Les volontaires étrangères dans la guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) [Colleagues, Equals, and Comrades. Female Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)]. Cahiers D'histoire. Revue D'histoire Critique, 141, 19-36. Retrieved from https://journals.openedition.org/chrhc/9645#text
  • Lugschitz, R. (2018). Ausländerinnen im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg: Internationales Engagement in einem nationalen Konflikt [Female Foreigners in the Spanish Civil War: International Engagement in a National Conflict]. Comparativ, 28, 48-64.
  • Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, R. (2016). Pressebüro und Zensur im Spanischen Bürger*innenkrieg: Reporterinnen zwischen Journalismus, Propaganda und Überwachungg. Österreichische Zeitschrift Für Geschichtswissenschaften, 2016, 160-171.

Other Articles and Book Chapters

Other Articles and Book Chapters

  • Roither, M., Luef, S., Kaltenbrunner, A., & Lugschitz, R. (2022). Innovative Projekte in Österreich – und über der Grenze. [Innovative projects in Austria - and across the border.]. In A. Kaltenbrunner, Luef, S., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., & Kraus, D. (Eds.), Der Journalismus-Report VII. Lokaljournalismus und Innovation. [The Journalism Report VII. Local Journalism and Innovation.] (pp. 45-76). Wien: Facultas.
  • García-Avilés, J. A., & Lugschitz, R. (2022). Digitaler Lokaljournalismus nach der Krise. Spanische Kreativität aus der Not – der Fall des Landes Valencia. [Digital local journalism after the crisis. Spanish creativity out of necessity - the case of the Valencia region.]. In A. Kaltenbrunner, Luef, S., Lugschitz, R., Karmasin, M., & Kraus, D. (Eds.), Der Journalismus-Report VII. Lokaljournalismus und Innovation. [The Journalism Report VII. Local Journalism and Innovation.] (pp. 83-95). Wien: Facultas.
  • Lugschitz, R. (2022). De l’ombre à la lumière. Recouvrer la liberté et de nouvelles responsabilités: les volontaires autrichiennes dans la guerre d’Espagne. [From the shadows to the light. Regaining freedom and new responsibilities: Austrian volunteers in the Spanish war.]. In E. Sill (Ed.), ¡Solidarias! Les volontaires étrangères et la solidarité internationale féminine durant la guerre d’Espagne (1936–1939). [¡Solidarias! Foreign volunteers and international female solidarity during the Spanish war (1936-1939).] (pp. 101-109). Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes.
  • Lugschitz, R. (2021). Rezension zu Vera Bianchi (Hg.) "Mujeres Libres. Libertäre Kämpferinnen". Sozial.geschichte Online, 29, 260-264. Retrieved from https://duepublico2.uni-due.de/receive/duepublico_mods_00074360
  • Lugschitz, R. (2020). “Color Stories” from the Front. Foreign Female Correspondents Covering the Spanish Civil War. In García Galindo A., Meléndez Malavé, N., & Cuartero A., (Eds.), Literary Journalism and Civil War (pp. 141-166). Nancy: PUN Editions.
  • Lugschitz, R. und K. (2019). Der ‚weibliche Blick‘ im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg – Reporterinnen im und über den Kampf zwischen Demokratie und Diktatur [The "female eye" in the Spanish Civil War - Female Reporters about the Fight between Democracy and Dictatorship]. In W. D. Bettina Paur and Wolfgang Lamprecht (Ed.), Frauen.Medien.Krieg. (pp. 255-268). Berlin - Münster - Wien: LIT.
  • Karmasin, M., Kraus, D., & Lugschitz, R. (2017). Die ersten Kriegsberichterstatterinnen: Die neue Rolle von Journalistinnen im Spanischen Bürgerkrieg und ihr Beitrag zur Veränderung eines Berufsstandes. In S. Kirchhoff, Prandner, D., Renger, R., Götzenbrucker, G., & Aichberger, I. (Eds.), Was bleibt vom Wandel? Journalismus zwischen ökonomischen Zwängen und gesellschaftlicher Verantwortung (pp. 249-267). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Research Papers

Research Papers

Popular Articles and Book Chapters

Popular Articles and Book Chapters

Lectures

Keynotes

Keynotes

Invited Lectures

Invited Lectures

  • 15/02/2019 , Vienna
    Karmasin, Matthias, Kaltenbrunner, Andy, Luef, Sonja & Lugschitz, Renée
    Who is a journalist today? An Austrian survey and case study
    ECREA Journalism Studies Conference
  • 24/10/2018 , Paris
    Lugschitz, Renée
    From underground to light: Regained freedom and new responsibilities of Austrian female volunteers in the Spanish Civil War
    International conference “Involvement and actions of the foreign women volunteers in the international solidarity movement during the Spanish Civil War”
  • 03/11/2017 , Benissa
    Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, Renée
    Solidaridad internacional y compromiso antifascista de los brigadistas Hans Kaiser y Dora Haut
    Gedenkveranstaltung für die Internationalen Brigaden: Solidaridad internacional y compromiso antifascista de los brigadistas Hans Kaiser y Dora Haut
  • 12/11/2015 , Paris
    Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, Renée
    Foreign Women in the Spanish Civil War- the Experience of International Commitment in a National Conflict
    Guerres et expériences européennes: convergences, transferts et circulations

Other Lectures

Other Lectures

  • 16/06/2022 , Munich
    Valero-Pastor, J. M. Klinghardt, K. Körner, M. Saner, M. Lugschitz, R. Ferri, G.
    The rise of user-based revenue streams among marketing innovations: a European comparison of paywalls
    European Media Management Association Conference (emma 2022)
  • 27/10/2021 , Jönköping
    Valero Pastor, J. Klinghardt, K. Saner, M. Lugschitz, R. Ferri, G.
    Journalistic innovations in the field of marketing 2011–2020 [hybrid]
    Emma Conference 2021: Media Management and Sustainability
  • 30/10/2018 , Albacete
    Lugschitz, Renée
    “Woman Observers” and “Newsgirls” in the Spanish Civil War
    Congreso Internacional “La Guerra Civil en Castilla-La Mancha”
  • 25/05/2017 , Malaga
    Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, Renée
    Foreign female war correspondents in the Spanish Civil War: How they experienced, reflected and covered the conflict
    Internationaler Kongress "Literary Journalism and Civil War: Reportage and Civil Wars through the Ages”
  • 18/07/2016 , Canterbury
    Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, Renée
    Foreign women in the Spanish Civil War: How they reflected, remembered and covered the conflict
    IAMCR 2016 pre-conference: Spain’s Civil War 80 years later: The wound that will not heal?

Popular Lectures

Popular Lectures

  • 09/09/2016 , Wien
    Lugschitz-Kaltenbrunner, Renée
    Die ersten Kriegsberichterstatterinnen. Die neue Rolle von Journalistinnen im Vorfeld des Zweiten Weltkriegs
    5. Wiener Seminar für Mitarbeiter/innen der Österreich-Bibliotheken im Ausland. Frauen in Gesellschaft, Literatur und Wissenschaft