Dr.

Wladimir
Fischer-Nebmaier

wladimir.fischer(at)oeaw.ac.at 
+43-1-51581-7333

Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier is a research associate in the research unit Digital Historiography and Editions and volume editor of the edition 'The Minutes of the Council of Ministers of Austria and of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1848–1918' (in particular the digital edition).

Brief Biography


Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier graduated in Slavic studies and history at the University of Vienna. He teaches history at the University of Vienna. Fischer-Nebmaier has worked on and led numerous research projects, including on the mobilisation of national sentiment in the nineteenth century, transnational identity management of migrants in the city, representation and self-representation of elites in Southeast Europe, historical socio-linguistics in the early modern era, as well as literature and popular culture on the Balkans. He is currently editing Vol. VIII of the Minutes of the Cisleithanian Council of Ministers 1867−1918, focusing on the First World War period.

Research Interests


Period: late 18th to the end of the 20th centuries.
Area: Habsburg Monarchy, Southeast Europe, transatlantic history
Topics: politics, culture, media, migration

Selected Publications


  • (with A. Steidl and J. Oberly) From a Multi-Ethnic Empire to a Nation of Nations: Austro-Hungarian Migrants in the US, 1870–1940, Innsbruck 2017.
  • (hrsg. mit M.P. Berg) Narrating the City: Histories, Space, and the Everyday, Oxford-New York 2015.
  • (hrsg. mit W. Heindl, A. Millner, W. Müller-Funk) Räume und Grenzen in Österreich-Ungarn 1867–1914. Kulturwissenschaftliche Annäherungen, Tübingen-Basel 2010.
  • Dositej Obradović als bürgerlicher Kulturheld. Zur Formierung eines serbischen bürgerlichen Selbstbildes durch literarische Kommunikation 1783–1845, Frankfurt/M. e.a. 2007.

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Further Publications

Books

Books

Editions and Collections

Editions and Collections

Articles

Articles

Other Publications

Other Publications

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Research


'The Minutes of the Council of Ministers of Austria and of the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1848–1918