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    The Institute of Culture Studies and Theatre History of the OeAW is a research facility of the humanities, combining basic research with innovative international theoretical approaches. Research is focused on the following key question: how are memory, identity and knowledge generated, represented and communicated within complex social and cultural constellations by means of narrative, staging and translation?

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The Institute of Culture Studies and Theatre History of the OeAW is a research facility of the humanities, combining basic research with innovative international theoretical approaches. Research is focused on the following key question: how are memory, identity and knowledge generated, represented and communicated within complex social and cultural constellations by means of narrative, staging and translation?

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Events



Social Media



Exhibitions


Thu, 03.09. – 15.11.2020
Wed, 02.09. – 02.09.2030
Thu, 20.08.2020
Fri, 27.03.2020

Recent publications

Neuerscheinungen

Daniel Graziadei, Michael Rössner (eds.)

La narración entre lo fantástico y la posmodernidad

Adolfo Bioy Casares y Julio Cortázar

LI/2020, 1. sub volume

SPRACHKUNST

A journal for literary studies

Tamara Ehs

Krisendemokratie

Sieben Lektionen aus der Coronakrise

ed. by J. Feichtinger, A. Bhatti & C. Hülmbauer

How to Write the Global History of Knowledge-Making

Interaction, Circulation and the Transgression of Cultural Difference

Christoph Leitgeb

Unheimliche Erinnerung - Erinnerte Unheimlichkeit

Nationalsozialismus im literarischen Gedächtnis


In the media

Unsere Zeitung 09/23/20
Die Fragen der Ausgeschlossenen.
Universalmuseum Johanneum 09/10/20
Wie Politik und Ideologie des NS-Regimes archäologische Forschung vereinnahmte
www.alternator.science 09/10/20
A Case Against Mnemonic Warriors
Südwind 09/07/20
An Stein rütteln.
unsere-zeitung.at 09/01/20
Gutes Recht? Gesetzgebung in der Krise.