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Dr. Monika Stromberger

Monika Stromberger studied history at the University of Graz and received her doctorate in 2001 with the dissertation “Stadt. Kultur. Wissenschaft. Urbane Identität, Universität und (geschichts)wissenschaftliche Institutionen in Graz und Ljubljana um 1900” (City. Culture. Science. Urban identity, university and (historical) scientific institutions in Graz and Ljubljana around 1900; published in Cologne 2004).

Since 1992, she has been involved in various projects, primarily with a focus on urban research: “Urbane Leitkulturen: Linz – Leipzig – Ljubljana – Bologna” (Urban Core Cultures: Linz – Leipzig – Ljubljana – Bologna; 1992–1994); “Graz und Ljubljana um 1900” (Graz and Ljubljana around 1900) as part of “Moderne – Wien und Zentraleuropa um 1900” (Modernism – Vienna and Central Europe around 1900; 1994–2005); “Ljubljana in den 1950er-Jahren” (Ljubljana in the 1950s; 2005–2007); “Nationalsozialistische Herrschaftspraxis in der Steiermark. Herrschaft – Verfolgung – Widerstand – Alltag” (National Socialist Rule Practiced in Styria. Domination – Persecution – Resistance – Everyday Life; 2007); Application project “Der Erste Weltkrieg. Erfahrung – Erwartung – Erinnerung” (The First World War. Experience – Expectation – Memory; 2007–2008); Book project “Globalgeschichte. Die Welt im 20. Jahrhundert” (Global History. The World in the 20th Century; 2009); “EKZ Annenstraße. Ein Forschungsprojekt zur Geschichte und Zukunft der Annenstraße” (EKZ Annenstraße. A research project on the history and future of Annenstrasse; 2009–2010); Exhibition project “200 Jahre ABGB” (200 years ABGB of the Civil Code of Austria; 2010–2011); “Heimatschutz in Steiermark” (Homeland Security in Styria; 2011); “Architektur-Diskurse in der Steiermark 1945–1955” (Architecture Discourses in Styria 1945–1955; 2012–2013).

From 2009–2013, she was a lecturer at the Institute for Urban and Architectural History at Graz University of Technology and a lecturer at University of Graz. Since 2013, she is a senior lecturer at the Institute of History of the University of Graz.

Research core areas: urban research, modernity, politics of memory, architectural history, visual history; Slovenia, Styria, Graz, Ljubljana.

 

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University of Graz research portal (publications, projects)

 

Contact

Dr.

Monika Stromberger

Section of Contemporary History, Attemsgasse 8/II, 8010 Graz

Phone:+43 316 380 - 8071


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