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Peter Jordan  
HR Prof. h.c. Univ.-Doz. Dr. Peter Jordan Retired staff member T +43 1 51581 - 3539 peter.jordan@oeaw.ac.at Biography Born 1949 in Hermagor/Carinthia [Kärnten], Austria; studied geography and ethnology at the Vienna University, PhD 1979; 1998 habilitation at the Klagenfurt University; 1977-1988 map editor at the Atlas of the Danubian Countries; 1989-2014 editor-in-chief, Atlas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe with 30 instalments published; 1994-1998 project manager, Resources and Environment - World Atlas; 1997-2001 deputy director, 2002-2005 director, Austrian Institute of East and Southeast European Studies; from 2007 at the Institute of Urban and Regional Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences. Research fields: Cultural and Political geography of eastern Europe, geography of tourism, toponomastics, geolinguistics, geography of transportation, atlas cartography, theoretical cartography. Teaches at the universities of Vienna, Klagenfurt and Cluj-Napoca (Romania); more than 390 scientific publications and 370 paper presentations. Areas of Research Cultural and Political geography of eastern Europe Toponomastics Geolinguistics Geography of tourism Geography of transportation Atlas cartography Theoretical cartography Research projects Politics & poetics of toponymy, identity and place in multilingual areas Atlas of Eastern and Southeastern Europe Memberships ICA Chair, Joint ICA/IGU Commission on Toponymy ICA Liaison Officer, United Nations Group of Experts on Geographical Names (UNGEGN) Research fellow, University of the Free State, Faculty of the Humanities (South Africa) Corresponding Member, Permanent Committee on Geographical Names (StAGN) Chairman of the Austrian IGU National Committee Member, Executive Board, Austrian Geographical Society (ÖGG) Österreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft (ÖGG) Editor (together with Paul Woodman) of the toponymic book series „Name & Place. Contributions to Toponymic Literature and Research“, Verlag Dr. Kovač, Hamburg, so far 8 volumes published Editorial board member with the periodicals „Mitteilungen der Österreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft“ (Wien) „Bulletin of Geography” (Thorn [Toruń]) „Romanian Review of Regional Studies“ (Klausenburg [Cluj-Napoca]) „Review of Historical Geography and Toponomastics“ (Temeswar [Timişoara]) „Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucensis, Geographica“ (Olmütz [Olomouc]) “Földrajzi Értesitő – Hungarian Geographical Bulletin“ (Budapest) „Journal of Urban and Regional Analysis“ (Bukarest [Bucureşti]) „Acta geographica Slovenica – Geografski zbornik“ (Laibach [Ljubljana]) „Geographia Napocensis“ (Klausenburg [Cluj-Napoca]) “Bulletin of the National Museum” (Chişinău) “Regional Statistics” [Területi Statisztika] (Budapest) “Geografický časopis” (Pressburg [Bratislava]) “Collana Studi i Ricerche” (Rom [Roma]) Overland, Geo. Journal of Geography, Geopolitics, Geoeconomics” (Rom [Roma]) “Onomàstica”(Barcelona) “Europäisches Journal für Minderheitenfragen” (Bozen/Bolzano) Awards 1978 Dr. Adolf Schärf Award 1995 Honorary Member, Croatian Geographical Society 2006 Honorary Member, Hungarian Geographical Society 2007 Honorary Professor, Babes Bolyai University Cluj-Napoca, Romania 2014 Honorary Member, Czech Geographical Society Honorary Member, Moldavian Society for Geography and Ethnology Great Distinction for Merits for the Republic of Austria 2015 Honorary Member, Austrian Geographical Society Honorary Member, Romanian Geographical Society 2017 Honorary Member, Association of Slovenian Geographers Research Fellow, University of the Free State, Südafrika United Nations Conference on the Standardization of Geographical Names, Certificate of Commendation 2018 Honorary Member, Polish Geographical Society 2019 Einspieler Award for special merits for the Slovenian ethnic group in Austria Downloads CV Publications Teachings Talks Recent Publications JORDAN, Peter (2020), Das Wiener Militärgeographische Institut und seine Bedeutung für die Kartographie in Ostmittel- und Südosteuropa. In: Johler, Reinhard; Wolf, Josef (Hg.), Beschreiben und Vermessen. Raumwissen in der östlichen Habsburgermonarchie im 18. und 19. Jahrhundert, S. 521-555. Berlin, Frank & Timme 2020. JORDAN, Peter (2020), Kulturlandschaften als Stabilitäts- und Identitätsanker unter wechselnden politischen Verhältnissen – gezeigt am Beispiel des östlichen Europas. In: DAHMEN, Wolfgang; HIMSTEDT-VAID, Petra; SCHUBERT, Gabriella (Hg.), Von der Wiederholung zum Ritual. Rezente Prozesse in den Sprachen und Kulturen südosteuropäischer Gesellschaften (= Forschungen zu Südosteuropa, 19), S. 75-90. Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz Verlag 2020. JORDAN, Peter (2019), Languages and Space-Related Identity: The Rise and Fall of Serbo-Croatian. In: BRUNN, Stanley D.; KEHREIN, Roland (Hg.): Handbook of the Changing World Language Map, S. 541-561. Cham, Springer Nature Switzerland AG Onlineausgabe 2019, Druckausgabe 2020. JORDAN, Peter (2019), The endonym/exonym divide from a cultural-geographical perspective. In: Language and Society, 10, 2019, S. 5-21.  
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and Monographs on Urban and Regional Research Published by the Institute for Urban and Regional Research This publication series, produced in convenient booklet format, was founded by Elisabeth Lichtenberger in 1991. The intention was to create a publication medium, which is focused on the rapid publication of current research results. Some of the volumes in this series are now out of print, but many can still be obtained from the Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. ISR - Research Reports (from 2000) Volume 53 Josef KOHLBACHER; Maria SIX-HOHENBALKEN [Hg.]: Vulnerabilität in Fluchtkontexten 2020. 249 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8795-0 Volume 52 Josef KOHLBACHER; Marie LEHNER; Gabriele RASULY-PALECZEK [Hg.]: Afghan/inn/en in Österreich - Perspektiven von Integration, Inklusion und Zusammenleben 2020. 235 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8782-0 Volume 51 Stefanie DÖRINGER; Jakob EDER [Hg.]: Schlüsselakteure der Regionalentwicklung. Welche Perspektiven bietet Entrepreneurship für ländliche Räume? 2020. 131 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8681-6 Volume 50 Eda GEMI [Hg.]: Integration and Transnationalism in a comparative Perspective. The Case of Albanian Immigrants in Vienna and Athens. 2019. 120 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8627-4 Volume 49 Josef KOHLBACHER; Maria SIX-HOHENBALKEN [Hg.]: Die lange Dauer der Flucht – Analysen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. 2019. 343 S. ISBN13:  978-3-7001-8567-3 Volume 48 Jakob EDER [Hg.]:Innovation ohne Agglomeration. Ländliche Regionen in Österreich und ihre Herausforderungen und Chancen für innovative Unternehmen. 2019. 95 S.  ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8566-6 Volume 47 Yvonne FRANZ; Hans Heinrich BLOTEVOGEL: Rainer DANIELZYK [Hg.]: Social Innovation in urban and regional development. Perspectives on an emerging field in planning and urban studies. 2018. 152 S. ISBN: 978-3-7001-8567-3 Volume 46 Julia DAHLVIK, Yvonne FRANZ, Myrte HOEKSTRA, Josef KOHLBACHER. Interethnic Coexistence in European Cities. A Policy Handbook. 2017. 89 S.  ISBN 978-3-7001-8200-9 Volume 45 Josef KOHLBACHER; Leonardo SCHIOCCHET [Hg.]: From Destination to Integration - Afghan, Syrian and Iraqi Refugees in Vienna. 2017. 193 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8157-6 Volume 44 Yvonne FRANZ, Christiane HINTERMANN. Unravelling Complexities. Understanding Public Spaces. 2017. 185 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8133-0 Volume 43 Peter JORDAN. New Developments in the Rural Space of Central and South-East Europe. Proceedings of the meeting of the Working Group on Central Europe in conjunction with the German Congress of Geography, Berlin, September 30. 2017. 150 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8101-9 Volume 42 Peter JORDAN. 10 Years of EU Eastern Enlargement. The Geographical Balance of a Courageous Step. Proceedings of the Symposion in Vienna, 3-4 Dezember. 2017, 542 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8100-2 Volume 41 Robert MUSIL, Jakob EDER. Local Buzz in der Wiener Forschung. Wissensintensive Cluster zwischen lokaler Einbettung und internationaler Orientierung. 2015, 121 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7792-0 Volume 40 Robert MUSIL, Jakob EDER. Wien und seine Hochschulen. Regionale Wertschöpfungseffekte der Wiener Hochschulen. 2013, 121 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7562-9 Volume 39 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Von der Nische ins Zentrum? Unternehmer mit türkischem oder exjugoslawischem Migrationshintergrund in der Wiener Wirtschaft. 2013, 149 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7540-7 Volume 38 Peter JORDAN (Hg.). Regional Development and Regionalisation in the Adriatic Space. Proceedings of the 3rd conference of the Adriatic Forum Vienna, September 23-25, 2010. 2012, 165 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7266-6 Volume 37 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER, Philipp SCHNELL. Neighbourhood Embeddedness and social Coexistence. Immigrants and Natives in three urban Settings in Vienna. 2012, 106 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7236-9 Volume 36 Heinz FASSMANN, Yvonne FRANZ (Hg.). Integration Policies at the local Level: Housing Policies for Migrants. Examples from New York City, St. Paul, Antwerp, Vienna and Stuttgart. 2010, 110 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-6853-9 Volume 35 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Staatsbürgerschaftsbonus beim Wohnen? Eine empirische Analyse der Unterschiede zwischen eingebürgerten und nichteingebürgerten Zuwanderern/-innen hinsichtlich ihrer Wohnsituation in Wien. 2008, 76 S. ISBN 3-7001-6512-5 Volume 34 Wolfgang BOSSWICK, Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER, Doris LÜKEN-KLASSEN. Housing and Residential Segregation of Migrants. A State-of-the-Art Report. 2007, 82 S., ISBN 3-7001-6042-7 Volume 33 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Die Dynamik ethnischer Wohnviertel in Wien. Eine sozialräumliche longitudinalstudie 1981 und 2005. 2006, 113 S., 16 Tab., 10 Abb. und Fotos, 19 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3813 X Volume 32 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. "Gespanntes Nachbarschaftsverhältnis?" Eine empirische Analyse des interethnischen Zusammenlebens in unterschiedlichen Wohnbaukategorien in Wien. 2006, 110 S., 13 Tab., 15 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3766 4 Volume 31 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Aus aller Herren Länder? Wien als Studienort und internationale Bildungsmetropole. 2005, 111 S., 13 Tab., 13 Abb., 2 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3567 X Volume 30 Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Polen in Wien. Entwicklung, Strukturmerkmale und Interaktionsmuster. 2004, 97 S., 27 Tab., 2 Abb., 10 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3318-9 Volume 29 Axel BORSDORF und Christof PARNREITER. International Research on Metropolises. Milestones and Frontiers. 2003, 129 S., 6 Tab., 16 Abb., 3 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3177-1 Volume 28 Michael JANOSCHKA. Wohlstand hinter Mauern. Private Urbanisierungen in Buenos Aires. 2002, 129 S., 1 Tab., 13 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3129-1 Volume 27 Vera MAYER. Wohnpräferenzen von Jugendlichen in Wien. Ein Beitrag zur Kultur- und Sozialgeographie des Wohnens. 2002, 117 S., 2 Tab. 22 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3081-3 Volume 26 Walter ROHN. Regelung versus Nichtregelung internationaler Kommunikationsbeziehungen. Das Beispiel der UNESCO-Kommunikationspolitik. 2002, 96 S., 7 Tab., 3 Kästen, 1 Karte, ISBN 3-7001-3064-3 Volume 25 Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER und Ursula REEGER (in Zusammenarbeit mit Katharina Demel und Irene Stacher). Integration durch berufliche Mobilität? Eine empirische Analyse der beruflichen Mobilität ausländischer Arbeitskräfte in Wien. 2001, 53 S., 18 Tab. 1 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3039-2 Volume 24 Wolfgang BERGER. Photovoltaics in Europe in the Year 2020. Utilities, Sustainable Development and Culture. 2001, 160 S., 1 Tab., 27 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3017-1 ISR - Research Reports (bis 2000) Monographs on Urban and Regional Research Published by Heinz Fassmann In 1975 Hans Bobek founded the publication series „Beiträge zur Regionalforschung" [Monographs on Regional Research], which was expanded and renamed „Beiträge zur Stadt- und Regionalforschung" [Monographs on Urban and Regional Research] by Elisabeth Lichtenberger in 1987. All contributions to this series are presented for review to the Academy’s Section for the Humanities and the Social Sciences. By 1997, 15 volumes had been published. These can be obtained from the Austrian Academy of Sciences Press. Volume 15 Heinz FASSMANN (Hrsg.). Die Rückkehr der Regionen. Beiträge zur regionalen Transformation Ostmitteleuropas. 1997, 248 Seiten, 50 Karten, 13 Abb., 19 Tab., ISBN 3-7001-2699-9 Volume 14 Elisabeth LICHTENBERGER. Gelebte Interdisziplinarität. Ausgewählte Schriften geograpghischen Forschens (Festschrift). 1995, 487 S., 74 Fig., 35 Tab., 8 Karten, 6 Bilder, 12 Tafeln, ISBN 3-7001-2225-X Volume 13 Ulrike RICHTER. Geographie der Arbeitslosigkeit in Österreich. Theoretische Grundlagen - empirische Befunde. 1994, 280 S., 37 Abb., 36 Tab., 16 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-2003-6 Volume 12 Elisabeth LICHTENBERGER, Zoltán CSÉFALVAY und Michaela PAAL. Stadtverfall und Stadterneuerung in Budapest. Vor der politischen Wende und heute. 1994, 162 S., 14 Abb.,13 Tab., 16 Fotos, 14 Karten, 1 farbige Faltkarte, ISBN 3-7001-2169-5 Volume 11 Heinz FASSMANN. Arbeitsmarktsegmentation und Berufslaufbahnen. Ein Beitrag zur Arbeitsmarkt-geographie Österreichs. 1993, 320 S., 51 Abb., 33 Tab., 15 Kartogramme, ISBN 3-7001-2008-7 Monographs on Urban and Regional Research Published by Elisabeth Lichtenberger Volume 10 Elisabteh LICHTENBERGER. Stadtverfall und Stadterneuerung. 1990, 270 S., 23 Fig., 12 Tab., 1 farbige Faltkarte, 19 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-1795-7 Volume 9 Elisabeth LICHTENBERGER (Hrsg.). Österreich - Raum und Gesellschaft zu Beginn des 3. Jahrtausends. Prognosen, Modellrechnungen und Szenarien.1989, 276 S., 2 Abb., 57 Tab., 32 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-1560-1 Volume 8 Elisabeth LICHTENBERGER, Heinz FASSMANN und Dietlinde MÜHLGASSNER. Stadtentwicklung und dynamische Faktorialökologie.1987, 262 S., 39 Fig., 39 Tab., 18 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-1014-6 Monographs on Regional Research Published by Hans Bobek Volume 7 Maria FESL und Hans BOBEK. Karten zur Regionalstruktur Österreichs. Ein Nachtrag zum Atlas der Republik Österreich. 1986, 4 Kartentafeln 1:1 Mio. mit Nebenkarten und Diagrammen, ISBN 3-7001-0795-1 Volume 6 Heinrich WAGNER. Die natürliche Pflanzendecke Österreichs. Erläuterungen zur Vegetationskarte 1:1 Mio. aus dem Atlas der Republik Österreich. 1985, 72 S., 1 Faltkarte, 2. Aufl. 1989, ISBN 3-7001-0691-2 Volume 5 Franz ZWITTKOVITS. Klimatypen - Klimabereiche - Klimafacetten. Erläuterungen zur Klimatypenkarte von Österreich. 1983, 54 S., 6 Tab., 3 farbige Faltkarten, ISBN 3-7001-0602-5 Volume 4 Maria FESL und Hans BOBEK. Zentrale Orte Österreichs II. Ergänzungen zur Unteren Stufe; Neuerhebung aller zentralen Orte Österreichs 1980/81 und deren Dynamik in den letzten zwei Dezennien. 1983, 122 S., 9 Faltkarten, ISBN 3-7001-0566-5 Volume 3 Hans BOBEK und Albert HOFMAYER. Gliederung Österreichs in wirtschaftliche Strukturgebiete. 1991, 114 S., 16 Tab., 3 Faltkarten, ISBN 3-7001-0389-1 Volume 2 Josef STEINBACH. Bewertung und Simulation der regionalen Verkehrserschlossenheit, dargestellt am Beispiel einer Untersuchung der "regionalen Versorgungsqualität" Österreichs. 1980, 70 S., 10 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-0357-3 Volume 1 Hans BOBEK und Josef STEINBACH. Die Regionalstruktur der Industrie Österreichs. Unter Mitarbeit von Kurt Ehrendorfer. 1975, 80 S., 27 Tab., 5 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-0113-9 Schriften der Komission für Raumforschung Published by Hans Bobek Diese Reihe wurde 1966 von Hans Bobek begründet. Bis 1978 sind beim Böhlau Verlag drei Bände erschienen. Volume 3 Hans BOBEK und Maria FESL. Das System der Zentralen Orte Österreichs - eine empirische Untersuchung. Böhlau, Wien 1978, 310 S., zahl. graph. Darst. und 10 Kt.-Beil. ISBN 3-205-08272-9 Volume 2 Ingeborg LEISTER. Wachstum und Erneuerung britischer Industriegroßstädte. Böhlau, Wien 1970, 294 S., zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.  ISBN 3-205-08273-7 Volume 1 Hans BOBEK und Elisabeth LICHTENBERGER. Wien. Bauliche Gestalt und Entwicklung seit der Mitte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Böhlau, Wien 1966, 394 S., zahlr. Ill., graph. Darst., Kt. und 5 Falttf. 2. Auflage 1978, ISBN 3-205-00015-3  
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Volume 53 Josef KOHLBACHER; Maria SIX-HOHENBALKEN [Hg.]: Vulnerabilität in Fluchtkontexten 2020. 249 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8795-0 Volume 52 Josef KOHLBACHER; Marie LEHNER; Gabriele RASULY-PALECZEK [Hg.]: Afghan/inn/en in Österreich - Perspektiven von Integration, Inklusion und Zusammenleben 2020. 235 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8782-0 Volume 51 Stefanie DÖRINGER; Jakob EDER [Hg.]: Schlüsselakteure der Regionalentwicklung. Welche Perspektiven bietet Entrepreneurship für ländliche Räume? 2020. 131 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8681-6 Volume 50 Eda GEMI [Hg.]: Integration and Transnationalism in a comparative Perspective. The Case of Albanian Immigrants in Vienna and Athens. 2019. 120 S. ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8627-4 Volume 49 Josef KOHLBACHER; Maria SIX-HOHENBALKEN [Hg.]: Die lange Dauer der Flucht – Analysen aus Wissenschaft und Praxis. 2019. 343 S. ISBN13:  978-3-7001-8567-3 Volume 48 Jakob EDER [Hg.]:Innovation ohne Agglomeration. Ländliche Regionen in Österreich und ihre Herausforderungen und Chancen für innovative Unternehmen. 2019. 95 S.  ISBN13: 978-3-7001-8566-6 Volume 47 Yvonne FRANZ; Hans Heinrich BLOTEVOGEL: Rainer DANIELZYK [Hg.]: Social Innovation in urban and regional development. Perspectives on an emerging field in planning and urban studies. 2018. 152 S. ISBN: 978-3-7001-8567-3 Volume 46 Julia DAHLVIK, Yvonne FRANZ, Myrte HOEKSTRA, Josef KOHLBACHER. Interethnic Coexistence in European Cities. A Policy Handbook. 2017. 89 S.  ISBN 978-3-7001-8200-9 Volume 45 Josef KOHLBACHER; Leonardo SCHIOCCHET [Hg.]: From Destination to Integration - Afghan, Syrian and Iraqi Refugees in Vienna. 2017. 193 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8157-6 Volume 44 Yvonne FRANZ, Christiane HINTERMANN. Unravelling Complexities. Understanding Public Spaces. 2017. 185 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8133-0 Volume 43 Peter JORDAN. New Developments in the Rural Space of Central and South-East Europe. Proceedings of the meeting of the Working Group on Central Europe in conjunction with the German Congress of Geography, Berlin, September 30. 2017. 150 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8101-9 Volume 42 Peter JORDAN. 10 Years of EU Eastern Enlargement. The Geographical Balance of a Courageous Step. Proceedings of the Symposion in Vienna, 3-4 Dezember. 2017, 542 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-8100-2 Volume 41 Robert MUSIL, Jakob EDER. Local Buzz in der Wiener Forschung. Wissensintensive Cluster zwischen lokaler Einbettung und internationaler Orientierung. 2015, 121 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7792-0 Volume 40 Robert MUSIL, Jakob EDER. Wien und seine Hochschulen. Regionale Wertschöpfungseffekte der Wiener Hochschulen. 2013, 121 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7562-9 Volume 39 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Von der Nische ins Zentrum? Unternehmer mit türkischem oder exjugoslawischem Migrationshintergrund in der Wiener Wirtschaft. 2013, 149 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7540-7 Volume 38 Peter JORDAN (Hg.). Regional Development and Regionalisation in the Adriatic Space. Proceedings of the 3rd conference of the Adriatic Forum Vienna, September 23-25, 2010. 2012, 165 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7266-6 Volume 37 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER, Philipp SCHNELL. Neighbourhood Embeddedness and social Coexistence. Immigrants and Natives in three urban Settings in Vienna. 2012, 106 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-7236-9 Volume 36 Heinz FASSMANN, Yvonne FRANZ (Hg.). Integration Policies at the local Level: Housing Policies for Migrants. Examples from New York City, St. Paul, Antwerp, Vienna and Stuttgart. 2010, 110 S. ISBN 978-3-7001-6853-9 Volume 35 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Staatsbürgerschaftsbonus beim Wohnen? Eine empirische Analyse der Unterschiede zwischen eingebürgerten und nichteingebürgerten Zuwanderern/-innen hinsichtlich ihrer Wohnsituation in Wien. 2008, 76 S. ISBN 3-7001-6512-5 Volume 34 Wolfgang BOSSWICK, Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER, Doris LÜKEN-KLASSEN. Housing and Residential Segregation of Migrants. A State-of-the-Art Report. 2007, 82 S., ISBN 3-7001-6042-7 Volume 33 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Die Dynamik ethnischer Wohnviertel in Wien. Eine sozialräumliche longitudinalstudie 1981 und 2005. 2006, 113 S., 16 Tab., 10 Abb. und Fotos, 19 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3813 X Volume 32 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. "Gespanntes Nachbarschaftsverhältnis?" Eine empirische Analyse des interethnischen Zusammenlebens in unterschiedlichen Wohnbaukategorien in Wien. 2006, 110 S., 13 Tab., 15 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3766 4 Volume 31 Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Aus aller Herren Länder? Wien als Studienort und internationale Bildungsmetropole. 2005, 111 S., 13 Tab., 13 Abb., 2 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3567 X Volume 30 Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER, Ursula REEGER. Polen in Wien. Entwicklung, Strukturmerkmale und Interaktionsmuster. 2004, 97 S., 27 Tab., 2 Abb., 10 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3318-9 Volume 29 Axel BORSDORF und Christof PARNREITER. International Research on Metropolises. Milestones and Frontiers. 2003, 129 S., 6 Tab., 16 Abb., 3 Karten, ISBN 3-7001-3177-1 Volume 28 Michael JANOSCHKA. Wohlstand hinter Mauern. Private Urbanisierungen in Buenos Aires. 2002, 129 S., 1 Tab., 13 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3129-1 Volume 27 Vera MAYER. Wohnpräferenzen von Jugendlichen in Wien. Ein Beitrag zur Kultur- und Sozialgeographie des Wohnens. 2002, 117 S., 2 Tab. 22 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3081-3 Volume 26 Walter ROHN. Regelung versus Nichtregelung internationaler Kommunikationsbeziehungen. Das Beispiel der UNESCO-Kommunikationspolitik. 2002, 96 S., 7 Tab., 3 Kästen, 1 Karte, ISBN 3-7001-3064-3 Volume 25 Heinz FASSMANN, Josef KOHLBACHER und Ursula REEGER (in Zusammenarbeit mit Katharina Demel und Irene Stacher). Integration durch berufliche Mobilität? Eine empirische Analyse der beruflichen Mobilität ausländischer Arbeitskräfte in Wien. 2001, 53 S., 18 Tab. 1 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3039-2 Volume 24 Wolfgang BERGER. Photovoltaics in Europe in the Year 2020. Utilities, Sustainable Development and Culture. 2001, 160 S., 1 Tab., 27 Abb., ISBN 3-7001-3017-1  
Peter A. Rumpolt  
Mag. Peter Alexander Rumpolt Scientific Staff (Prae Doc) T +43 1 51581 - 3537 peter.rumpolt@oeaw.ac.at Biography Peter Alexander Rumpolt studied theoretical and applied geography at the University of Vienna with a special focus on spatial population research, regional demography and regional development. He successfully completed his studies in 2009 (passing with distinction). During his studies he was a tutor and teaching assistant, later becoming an associate lecturer (university lecturer since 2009) and university assistant at the Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna. Peter A. Rumpolt also collaborated with the Universities of Innsbruck und Vienna on various third-party funded joint research projects on protected areas, regional development, spatial perception and regional demography. Following a period of employment at Statistics Austria (Directorate Social Statistics, Department of Demography, Health, Labour Market) from 2012 to 2016, Peter A. Rumpolt joined the Institute for Urban and Regional Research (ISR) at the Austrian Academy of Sciences (OeAW) in autumn 2016 to work on his dissertation project in the context of the interdisciplinary research project APIS. Additionally Peter A. Rumpolt is part of the editorial team of the journal “Geographie aktuell. Informationen der Österreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft”. Research Areas Spatial population research, population geography and regional demography Migration, spatial mobility and residential multi-locality Protected areas, regional development and intercommunal cooperation Perception geography and place identity Research Projects Mapping historical networks: Building the new Austrian Prosopographical/Biographical Information System (APIS) Memberships and additional functions Member of the editorial team of the journal “Geographie aktuell. Informationen der Österreichischen Geographischen Gesellschaft” Member of the Austrian Geographical Society (ÖGG) Member of the Austrian Association for Applied Geography (ÖVAG) Associated member of the international and interdisciplinary “Network Multi-Locality” Downloads Publications Teaching Poster APIS Recent Publications  
Stefanie Doeringer  
MA Stefanie Döringer Scientific Staff (Pre-doc) T +43 1 51581 - 3542 stefanie.doeringer@oeaw.ac.at Short Biography Stefanie Döringer studied sociology, spatial research and spatial planning at the University of Vienna, Austria and the University of Oslo, Norway. During her studies, she was employed at the Institute for Urban and Regional Research (ÖAW) and at the Institute for Geography and Spatial Research at the University of Vienna. After her studies she gained practical experience in spatial planning in working in a variety of spatial planning offices. Since 2016 she is a pre-doc in the research group Innovation and Urban Economy at the Institute of Urban and Regional Research. Her research is particularly focused on governance, peripheralization and spatial planning.   Research Governance and key individuals Peripheralization and shrinking areas Social innovation Urbanity Projects Dissertation: Governance and key individuals of economic development. Case studies of peripheralized small-sized cities in Austria. Regional Specialization in Upper Austria Gemeinsam wachsen, gemeinsam handeln? Urban-regional cooperation potentials with regard to inter-municipal focus areas and actor constellations Art and prefabricated housing estates Scholarships Short term grant abroad (KWA), University of Vienna 2019 ÖAW-Mentoring-Program 2016-2017 Downloads CV Publications Recent Publications Görgl, P; Döringer, S.; Herburger, J. (2020): Miteinander statt nebeneinander! Strategien für die Weiterentwicklung interkommunaler Kooperationsstrukturen in der Wiener Stadtregion+ in: Raumforschung und Raumordnung, 78 (4). https://doi.org/10.2478/rara-2020-00182020 Döringer, S. (2020): ‘The problem-centred expert interview’. Combining qualitative interviewing approaches for investigating implicit expert knowledge in: International Journal of Social Research Methodology (online first) https://doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2020.1766777 Döringer, S. (2020): The role of entrepreneurial individuals for local change processes. Conceptualizing governance entrepreneurs in: Geography Compass, 14 (5), e12486. https://doi.org/10.1111/gec3.12486 Döringer, S.; Eder, J. (eds.) (2020): Schlüsselakteure der Regionalentwicklung. Welche Perspektiven bietet Entrepreneurship für ländliche Entwicklung? ISR Research Reports 51. Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna. Döringer, S., Uchiyama, Y., Penker, M., & Kohsaka, R. (2019): A meta-analysis of shrinking cities in Europe and Japan. Towards an integrative research agenda in: European Planning Studies 28 (9). https://doi.org/10.1080/09654313.2019.1604635  
APIS - Mapping historical networks  
ISR Project Team MMag. DDr. Josef Kohlbacher Mag. Peter Alexander Rumpolt Project Partners Institute for Modern and Contemporary Historical Research (INZ): Austrian Biographical Dictionary (ÖBL) Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ACDH) Cooperation Partners Historical Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities, Munich: Deutsche Biographie Institute for Natural Language Processing (IMS), University of Stuttgart Computational Lexicology & Terminology Lab (CLTL), VU Amsterdam Center for Cognition, Information and Management, Danube University Krems Department of Geography and Regional Research, University of Vienna Duration October 2016 to March 2020 Funding Nationalstiftung für Forschung, Technologie und Entwicklung Partner Project Websites ACDH IHB Building the new Austrian Prosopographical/Biographical Information System Objectives and research questions The Austrian Biographical Encyclopaedia (Österreichisches Biographisches Lexikon, ÖBL) is the only work of reference covering courses of life and career of important historical figures of the entire area of both the former Habsburg Monarchy and the First and Second Republics of Austria. On the basis of so far about 18 000 published und digitally available ÖBL biographies, within the framework of APIS a digital environment (database) is created which will allow for new modes of access to these biographical data in order to conduct empirical research in the context of a range of SSH disciplines (social sciences and humanities). Thereby it will be possible to take up innovative and interdisciplinary research questions. The combination of cutting-edge methodologies and the collaboration of three institutes of the Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW) – INZ, ACDH and ISR – and further external partners allow for a range of new scientific approaches. Making use of modern semantic and text-technology approaches, the project creates a unique bridge between humanities studies and social sciences. The project is designed as a prototypical and future-oriented endeavour that realizes interdisciplinarity by means of a selected “workpiece” which in this case is the ÖBL. The main objective for the ISR thereby consists in the exemplary treatment of concrete socio-scientific research questions: By Peter A. Rumpolt's dissertation project a comprehensive socio-demographic analysis on spatial mobility of persons portrayed in the ÖBL is developed, including reconstructing the migration paths and patterns of these important figures (people of outstanding merit) in Austria(-Hungary) in the 19th and the first half of the 20th century, with particular regard to the political upheavals within this period (regarding the thematic focus and methods see here (in German)). On the part of the ISR furthermore an investigation on not clearly locatable place names is conducted in different cartographic sources. Event Detailed information on the conference „Biographien, Netzwerke und Mobilität. Vom 19. Jahrhundert bis in die digitale Gegenwart“ („Biographies, networks and mobility. From the 19th century to the digital present“, 17–18 October 2019 at the OeAW in Vienna) are available online on an own conference website (in German).  
Christoph Novak  
Mag. Christoph Novak, MA Project team member T +43 1 51581 - 40632 christoph.novak@oeaw.ac.at Biography Christoph Novak started working on the YouBeOn project in 2020. He studied political science at the University of Vienna and continued with an MA in Culture, Diaspora, Ethnicity at Birkbeck College (University of London). From 2014 to 2016 he was employed by Swiss Paraplegic Research  (Nottwil). Since 2017 he is a lector of Political Science  at the University of Vienna. In his PhD-thesis (cotutelle de these, Universities of Geneva and Vienna, DOC-fellowship) he investigated narratives of belonging of young Muslims living in Vienna and Zurich. For this research he was awarded with the Dissertation Award for Research on Migration by the OeAW. Christoph Novak’s research focuses on life in diverse societies, with a special emphasis on manifestations of religion and race in urban spaces and youth culture. Research Areas diversity in migration society urban lifeworlds youth culture narratives Research Projects YouBeOn - Young Believers Online Memberships and additional functions OeGPW ESA Awards  OeAW DOC-fellowship (2016-2019) Dissertation Award for Research on Migration 2018 Responsibilities at ISR YouBeOn - Young Believers Online Downloads CV