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Austrian History Yearbook

Volume 51, May-2020

Published Online April 2020
 
Introduction
 
Editor's Notes
Howard Louthan 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp ix - x 


 
Thirty-Fifth Annual Robert A. Kann Memorial Lecture
 
Maria Theresa and the Love of Her Subjects
Barbara Stollberg-Rilinger 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 1 - 12 



Forum: The Habsburg-Ottoman Borderlands: New Insights for the Study of the Nineteenth-Century European Legal and Social Order


Introduction
Emily Greble 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 15 - 24 
 
Frontier Anxieties: Toward a Social History of Muslim-Christian Relations on the Ottoman-Habsburg Border
Edin Hajdarpasic 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 25 - 38 
 
The Strange, Sad Case of the “Bosnian Christian Girl”: Slavery, Conversion, and Jurisdiction on the Habsburg-Ottoman Border
Alison Frank Johnson 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 39 - 59 
  
The High Stakes of Small Numbers: Flight, Diplomacy, and Refugee Return on the Habsburg-Ottoman Border 1873–74
Jared Manasek 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 60 - 72 
 
Europe on the Sava: Austrian Encounters with “Turks” in Bosnia
Maureen Healy 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 73 - 87 


 
Articles
 
Toward the Golden Bull and against the Pope:
The Role of Custom and Honor in King Ludwig IV's Nuremberg and Frankfurt Appellations (1323–24)
Kevin Lucas Lord 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 91 - 113 
 
Anglophilia and Sensibility in Late Eighteenth-Century Vienna: Prince Charles Antoine de Ligne's Testament and the Indissolubles
Rebecca Gates-Coon 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 114 - 133 
  
King Rudolf I in Austrian Literature around 1820: Historical Reversion and Legitimization of Rule
Karin Schneider 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 134 - 151 
 
Vagrant Servants as Disease Vectors: Regulation of Migrant Maidservants in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna
Ambika Natarajan 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 152 - 172 
 
The Battle over National Schooling in Bohemia and the Czech and German National School Associations: A Comparison (1880–1914)
Mikuláš Zvánovec 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 173 - 192 

Respectable Citizens: Civic Militias, Local Patriotism, and Social Order in Late Habsburg Austria (1890-1920)
Claire Morelon 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 193 - 219 

Jews, Mobility, and Sex: Popular Entertainment between Budapest, Vienna, and New York around 1900
Susanne Korbel 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 220 - 242 

The Other Legacy of Vienna 1900: The Ars Combinatoria of Friedl Dicker-Brandeis
Julie M. Johnson 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 243 - 268 

Remembering the Fall of the Habsburg Monarchy One Hundred Years on: Three Master Interpretations
R. J. W. Evans 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 269 - 291 
 
Bullfights Redux: Business, Politics, and the Failure of Transnational Cultural Transfer in 1920s Budapest
Alexander Vari 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 292 - 313 


 
Book Reviews: Review Essay
 
New Work on the Austrian First Republic
Britta McEwen 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 317 - 323

 
 
Book Reviews: General
 
Paul Robert Magocsi. Historical Atlas of Central Europe: Third Revised and Expanded Edition. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2018. Pp. 296.
Nikolaus Schobesberger 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 324 - 325 
 
Deborah R. Coen Climate in Motion: Science, Empire, and the Problem of Scale. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2018. Pp. 464.
Adam Sundberg 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 325 - 327 
 
A. Wess Mitchell. The Grand Strategy of the Habsburg Empire. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2018. Pp. 416.
Lucian Staiano-Daniels 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 327 - 328 
 
 Elana Shapira, ed.Design Dialogue: Jews, Culture and Viennese Modernism/Design Dialog: Juden, Kultur und Wiener Moderne. Vienna: Böhlau, 2018. Pp. 475.
Kathleen Chapman 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 329 - 330 

 Peter Stachel. Mythos Heldenplatz: Haupt- und Schauplatz der Republik. Vienna: Molden, 2018. Pp. 192.
Kathryn E. Densford 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 330 - 332 

 Clemens Ruthner. Habsburg's “Dark Continent”: Postkoloniale Lektüren zur österreichischen Literatur und Kultur im langen 19. Jahrhundert. Tübingen: Narr Francke Attempto, 2018. Pp. 401.
Martin Gabriel 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 332 - 333 

 Malachi Haim Hacohen. Jacob & Esau: Jewish European History Between Nation and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. xxi + 733.
Steven Beller 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 333 - 335 
 
Book Reviews: To 1848
 
Marcela K. Perett Preachers, Partisans, and Rebellious Religion: Vernacular Writing and the Hussite Movement. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2018. Pp. 290.
Reid S. Weber 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 335 - 336 

Tobias Graf. The Sultan's Renegades: Christian-European Converts to Islam and the Making of the Ottoman Elite, 1575-1610. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017. Pp. xxiv + 261.
Howard Louthan 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 337 - 338 
 
Herfried Münkler. Der Dreißigjährige Krieg: Europäische Katastrophe, Deutsches Trauma 1618-1648. Berlin: Rowohlt, 2018. Pp. 976.
Peter Thaler 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 338 - 339 

Ferenc RákócziII. Confessio Peccatoris. Translated by Bernard Adams. Budapest: Corvina Books, 2019. Pp. 387. - Ferenc RákócziII. Memoirs. Translated by Bernard Adams. Budapest: Corvina Books, 2019. Pp. 240.
Graeme Murdock 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 339 - 341 

Christine Haynes. Our Friends the Enemies: The Occupation of France after Napoleon. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2018. Pp. 404.
Jared Poley 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 341 - 342 

Miroslav Šedivý. The Decline of the Congress System: Metternich, Italy and European Diplomacy. London: I.B. Tauris, 2018. Pp. xii + 351.
David Laven 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 342 - 343 
 
Book Reviews: 1848–1918
 
Timothy Snyder, and Katherine Younger, eds.The Balkans as Europe, 1821-1914. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2018. Pp. 171, 8 maps.
Maria Todorova 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 344 - 345 

Jan Surman. Universities in Imperial Austria 1848-1918: A Social History of a Multilingual Space. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 2018. Pp. 460.
Nancy M. Wingfield 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 345 - 346 

Peter Payer. Der Klang der Großstad. Eine Geschichte des Hörens. Wien 1850-1914. Vienna: Böhlau, 2018. Pp. 313.
Margaret Menninger 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 347 - 348 

Lukasz Nieradzik. Der Wiener Schlachthof St. Marx. Transformation einer Arbeitswelt zwischen 1851 und 1914. Vienna: Böhlau, 2017. Pp. 312.
Jakub Beneš 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 348 - 349 

Tamara Scheer. Von Friedensfurien und dalmatinischen Küstenrehen. Vergessene Worte aus der Habsburgermonarchie. Vienna: Amalthea Signum, 2019. Pp. 222.
Adam Kożuchowski 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 350 - 351 
 
Gergely M. Tóth Japán-Magyar kapcsolattörténet 1869-1913. Budapest: Gondolat Kiadó, 2018. Pp. 352.
Mátyás Mervay 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 351 - 353 

Judith Devlin, Maria Falina, and John Paul Newman, eds.World War I in Central and Eastern Europe: Politics, Conflict and Military Experience. New York: I.B. Tauris, 2018. Pp. xvi + 336.
Lothar Höbelt 
Austrian History Yearbook, Volume 51, May-2020, pp 353 - 354 

 

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