a.o. Univ. Prof. Dr. Andrea Komlosy

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Room: 02.30 (main building, staircase VI)
Telephone: +43 1 4277 - 41323

Office hours: Wed. 11:00 - 12:00pm
eMail: andrea.komlosy@univie.ac.at



Institution Deputy Chairwoman
Institutional coordination of the bachelor’s program in history
Coordination of teaching for the master’s program in global studies and global history

Faculty Member of the doctoral group "Das österreichische Galizien und sein multikulturelles Erbe"

Education and Experience

  • 1984 Promotion, history (University of Vienna)
  • 1986 Diploma, political science (Institut für Höhere Studien Wien)
  • 1992-93 Contracted assistant at the Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Denkmalpflege und     Industriearchäologie at the Technical University of Vienna: archiving of industrial     archeology
  • 1993 University assistant at the Institute for Economic and Social History, University of     Vienna  
  • 2002 Habilitation (University of Vienna)

Areas of Research

  • 18th-20th century economic and social history of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states
  • Borders, migration und unequal regional, national and global development
  • Industrial history, the world of work and musealization
  • Global history: curriculum development, theories and methods
  • The history of textiles as a history of global interaction

Selected Publications

  • Work: The Last 1000 Years. London 2018: Verso. Deutsch: Arbeit 13. bis 21. Jahrhundert. Eine globalgeschichtliche Perspektive Wien 2014.
  • (Hg.) Global Inequalities in World-Systems Perspective. Theoretical Debates and Methodological Innovations. London – New York 2018: Routledge (zusammen mit Manuela Boatcă, Hans-Heinrich Nolte).
  • Imperial Cohesion, Nation-Building and Regional Integration in the Habsburg Monarchy. In: Berger Stefan/Miller Alexej (Hg.), Nationalizing Empires. Budapest 2014, S. 369-427.
  • (Hg.), Europa als Weltregion. Zentrum, Modell oder Provinz. Wien 2014 (zusammen mit T. Ertl und H.J. Puhle)
  • Globalgeschichte. Methoden und Theorien. Wien 2011 (utb)

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