Dr.

Karin Schneider

karin.schneider(at)oeaw.ac.at
+43-1-51581-7324
 

Karin Schneider was a research associate in the research unit History of the Habsburg Monarchy and leader of the project ‘The Congresses of Troppau and Laibach 1820/1821’

Brief Biography


Karin Schneider studied history, journalism and communication sciences as well as German in Vienna. She completed training in archive science and the historical auxiliary sciences at the Institute of Austrian Historical Research. In 2002, she received her PhD for a dissertation on the history of the bourgeoisie in the Habsburg Monarchy. Subsequently, she worked as a researcher on projects at the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the Leopold-Franzens University of Innsbruck and the Alpen-Adria University of Klagenfurt. She currently heads two research projects funded by the Austrian Science Fund and the Anniversary Fund of the Austrian National Bank at the Institute of Modern and Contemporary History (since 2016).

Research Interests


Period: 19th century
Area: Habsburg Monarchy
Topics: international history, modern political history, social history, cultural history, women’s and gender history

Selected Publications


  • gem. mit Eva Maria Werner: Europa in Wien. Who is Who beim Wiener Kongress (Wien – Köln – Weimar 2015).
  • Von „Pracht, Eleganz, Ordnung“ und größtmöglicher Oekonomie“. Die Kosten des Wiener Kongresses. In: Agnes Husslein-Arco, Sabine Grabner, Werner Telesko (Hg.), Europa in Wien. Der Wiener Kongress 1814/15 (Ausstellungskatalog, München 2015), S. 307–310.
  • Zwischen „Monarchischer Union von Ständestaaten“ und Gesamtstaat. Die Habsburgermonarchie im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert. In: Martin P. Schennach (Hg.), Rechtshistorische Aspekte des österreichischen Föderalismus. Beiträge zur Tagung der Universität Innsbruck am 28. und 29. November 2013 (Wien 2015), S. 31–49.

Further Publications

Books

Books

Editions and Collections

Editions and Collections

Articles

Articles

Other Publications

Other Publications