PD Dr. phil.

Monika Mokre

Tel.   (+43 1) 515 81 – 3314

monika.mokre(at)oeaw.ac.at

 

Biography


Born 1963 in Graz, PhD.

Studies of Political Science and Communication Research at the University of Vienna. Since 1991 research fellow at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, most recently at the Institute for European Integration Research. Since 2009 senior researcher at the Institute of Culture Studies and Theatre History, lecturer at the Institute for Cultural Management and Cultural Studies at the University for Music and Performing Arts and at Webster University Vienna. Member of the Fellowship Committee for Grants of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Deputy Chair of the Advisory Panel on Cultural Diversity of the Austrian Commission for UNESCO, Member of the Experts Commission “Kulturpool” of the Ministry for Education, Culture and the Arts, Board Member of Mediacult, International Research Institute for Media, Communication and Cultural Development, and of FOKUS, the Austrian Association for Cultural Economics and Policy Studies. 

Responsibilities at IKT


Basic Research, Conferences/Workshops

Publications (selection)


(jointly with Cornelia Bruell) Postmarxistisches Staatsverständnis, Baden-Baden: Nomos 2018.
We demand our rights. The Refugee Protest Camp Vienna. In: Rosenberger, S./ Merhaut, N./ Stern, V. (Eds), Taking Sides: Protest Against the Deportation of Asylum Seekers. Berlin-Heidelberg-New York: Springer (forthcoming 2017); European Media Policies and the European Public Sphere. In: Sicakkan, H. (Ed.), Integration, Diversity and the Making of a European Public Sphere. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2016;
Solidarität als Übersetzung. Überlegungen zum Refugee Protest Camp Vienna. Wien: transversal 2015;
Translation als Transformation. Wissensproduktion im Spannungsfeld von Künsten und Wissenschaften. In: Hasitschka, Werner (ed.), Performing Translation. Schnittstellen zwischen Kunst, Pädagogik und Wissenschaft. Wien: Löcker 2014 (Ed. jointly with Jens Badura);
Inclusion and Exclusion in the European Public Sphere. Intersections of Gender and Race, in: Javnost-the public, Vol. 19 (2012), No. 1, 35-50, (jointly with Cornelia Bruell and Birte Siim);
Culture in the EU’s External Relations: Bridging the Divide? Surrey: Ashgate 2011 (Ed. jointly with J. Bátora)

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