Dr. Oskar Mulej

oskar.mulej(at)oeaw.ac.at
+43-1-51581-7332

Oskar Mulej is a junior researcher in the research unit History of the Habsburg Monarchy and works on the ERC project ‘Non-territorial Autonomy as a Form of Minority Protection in Europe’.

Brief Biography


Oskar Mulej studied history and philosophy in Ljubljana (Slovenia) before continuing MA studies in Central European history at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest. He was a doctoral candidate in the comparative history of Central, East and Southeast Europe at the CEU from 2011. In 2015, he was a visiting scholar at the Masaryk Institute at the Czech Academy of Sciences (Josef Dobrovský fellow). He was also a fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in 2013. He joined the ERC project ‘NTAutonomy' in April 2018.

Research Interests


Period: last third of the 19th century and first half of the 20th.
Area: Habsburg Monarchy, Yugoslavia, East Central Europe, Southeast Europe, especially Slovenia, Austria and the Bohemian lands
Topics: political history, history of ideas, ideologies, political movements, liberalism, nationalism, youth subcultures, local history

Selected Publications


  • National Liberals and their Progeny : Central European Liberal Party Traditions 1867 -1918. In: Acta Poloniae Historica 111, 2015, 57-81.
  • “Post-Liberalism”, Anti-Clericalism and Yugoslav Nationalism : Slovene progressive political camp in the interwar and contemporary Czech politics. In: Střed | Centre, 1/2014, 65-93.
  • Gospodarski in družbeni nazori v slovenskem naprednem taboru, 1930-35. II. del – idejnozgodovinski vidiki. [Economic and Social Views within the Slovene Progressive Camp, 1930-35. Part II. - The Intellectual Historical Aspects]. In: Prispevki za novejšo zgodovino / Contributions to Contemporary History, 56/2, 2016, 40-58.
  • A Place Called Johnny Rotten Square: The Ljubljana Punk Scene and the Subversion of Socialist Yugoslavia. In A European Youth Revolt. European Perspectives on Youth Protest and Social Movements in the 1980s (London: Palgrave, 2016), 189-202.
  • “We Are Drowning in Red Beet, Patching Up the Holes in the Iron Curtain”: The Punk Subculture in Ljubljana in the Late 1970s and Early 1980s. In: East Central Europe, 38/2-3, 2011, 373-389.

Further Publications

Books

Books

Editions and Collections

Editions and Collections

Articles

Articles

Other Publications

Other Publications