Assoz. Prof. Dr. Annemarie Steidl, Privatdoz.

Teaching

Profile in u:cris-Portal

Room:  ZG2O1.83  (main building, stairway VI)
Telephone: +43 1 4277 - 41324

Office hours: by appointment
Email: annemarie.steidl@univie.ac.at

Vice-head of department

Member of the works council for academic staff
Member of the equal opportunities working party

Research Interests

  • Historical Migration Research
  • History of Artisans
  • Gender Studies
  • Industrialization and Urbanization
  • Quantitative Methods in History

Projects

        Book Projects:

  • Annemarie Steidl, On Many Roads. Internal, European, and Transatlantic Migration in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1850 – 1914 (Central European Studies), West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press (expected 2020).
  • Jovan Pesalj, Leo Lucassen, Annemarie Steidl and Josef Ehmer (eds.), Borders and Mobility Control in and between Empires and Nation-States (Studies in Global Migration History / Studies in Global Social History, ed. by Dirk Hoerder), Leiden/Bosten: Brill (expected 2019).

Networks and Activities

  • International editorial board of Journal Dve domovini / Two Homelands. Journal of the Slovenian Migration Institute
  • Member of Advisory Board of Contemporary Austrian Studies, Center Austria (University of New Orleans Press)
  • Scientific coordinator of the Michael Mitterauer Award
  • Fulbright Visiting Professor at the Department of History and Center for Austrian Studies, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis/USA (Spring term 2011)
  • Member of the research area ‘Economy and Society’ of Vienna University

Selected Recent Publications

  • Annemarie Steidl, Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier, and James W. Oberly, From a Multiethnic Empire to a Nation of Nations. Austro Hungarian Migrants in the US, 1870-1940 (Transatlantica 10), Innsbruck 2017.
  • Annemarie Steidl, Migration Patterns in the Late Habsburg Empire, in: Günter Bischof and Dirk Rupnow eds., Migration in Austria (Contemporary Austrian Studies 26), Innsbruck 2017, 69-86.
  • Annemarie Steidl, Managing Migrants’ Identities with Population Statistics. The Representation of ‘Nationalities’ of People from Austria-Hungary in the US Census, 1870-1930, in: Agnieszka Małek and Dorota Prazałowicz eds., The United States Immigration Policy and Immigrants’ Responses. Past and Present (Migration – Ethnicity – Nation: Studies in Culture, Society and Politics), Frankfurt/Main 2017, 43-63.
  • Annemarie Steidl and Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier, Transatlantischer Heiratsmarkt und Heiratspolitik von MigrantInnen aus Österreich-Ungarn in den USA, 1870-1930, in: L’Homme 25/1 (2014), 51-68.