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Philipp Ther
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Emailphilipp.ther@univie.ac.at
Project PositionCore Faculty
Current PositionProfessor, University of Vienna
Birth Date0000-00-00
User GroupResource Faculty
Education:
M.A.  Georgtown University, Washington D.C.   History  1993
PhD  Free University, Berlin.  History  1997
Habilitation   Free University, Berlin.  History  2005


Professional Experiense:
start dateend dateinstitutionposition
20022007European University Viadrina, Frankfurt/Oder. Junior Professor
20072010European University Institute, Florence. Professor for European History
2010until nowUniversity of ViennaProfessor for Central Europan History.


Courses:
2011. Introduction to the Transnational Paradigm of Historiography
2012. Transnational History of Europe. The Example of Music Theater
Summer 2012. From the late Cold War Period to the "New Europe".


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Selected Publication:

Monographs

Narodní divadlo v kontextu evropských operních dějin (od založeni do první světové války) [The Czech National Theatre in the Context of European Opera History (Since its Foundation until World War I)], Praha: Dokořán, 2008.

In der Mitte der Gesellschaft. Operntheater in Zentraleuropa 1815–1914 [In the Center of Society. Opera Theatres in Central Europe, 1815-1914], Wien: Oldenbourg, 2006.

Deutsche und polnische Vertriebene. Gesellschaft und Vertriebenenpolitik in der SBZ/DDR und in Polen 1945–1956, [German and Polish Expellees. Society and Expellee Policy in the Soviet Zone of Occupation/GDR and Poland, 1945-1956], Göttingen: Vandenhoeck und Ruprecht, 1998.

Edited Volumes

Georgii Kasianov, Philipp Ther (Hg.), A Laboratory of Transnational History. Ukraine and Ukrainian Historiography since 1991, Budapest: Central European University Press, 2009.

Martin Dean, Constantin Goschler and Philipp Ther (eds.), Robbery and Restitution. The Conflict over Jewish Property in Europe, Providence: Berghahn Publishers, 2007.

Philipp Ther and Ana Siljak (eds.), Redrawing Nations: Ethnic Cleansing in East-Central Europe 1944-1948, Lanham u.a.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001 (Harvard Cold War Book Series, No. 1).

Articles

Beyond the Nation: The Relational Basis of a Comparative History of Germany and Europe, in: Central European History 36 (2003), pp. 45-74.

War versus Peace: Interethnic Relations in Lviv during the First Half of the Twentieth Century, in: Harvard Ukrainian Studies 24 (2000), pp. 251-284.