Editors & Advisory Board

Charles Ingrao created HABSBURG in the fall of 1991 as the first internet list dedicated to history. In April, 1994, he began his partnership with James Niessen, and they brought HABSBURG into H-Net shortly thereafter. In mid-1998 list operations moved from Purdue University to the H-Net server at Michigan State.

Current editors of HABSBURG:

  1. Daniela Haarmann, Editor, Webmaster (since 2020) - H-Net profile
  2. Timothy Olin, Editor, subscription manager (since 2015) - H-Net profile
  3. Robyn Dora Radway, Editor (since 2018) - H-Net profile
  4. Jonathan Singerton, Review Editor (since 2018) - H-Net profile
  5. Yasir Yilmaz, Review Editor (since 2019) - H-Net profile

CONTACT the editors: editorial-habsburg@mail.h-net.msu.edu 

Visit alsohttp://networks.h-net.org/node/19384/staffpage

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Former editors of HABSBURG:

  • Charles Ingrao (founder, 1991–2009)
  • James Niessen, Editor (1994-2009) 
  • Hugo Lane, Editor (1997–2009)
  • Franz Adelgasser, Editor (2000–2010)
  • Cathleen Giustino, Editor (2002–2009) 
  • Jim Brown, Editor, webmaster (2004-2011) 
  • Heather Morrison, Editor (2008-2016)
  • Joseph Patrouch, Editor (2010–2016)
  • John C. Swanson, Review Editor (2010–2016)
  • Andrew E. Behrendt, Review Editor (2016–2018)
  • Jonathan Kwan, Review Editor (2009-2019)
  • Borislav Chernev, Review Editor (2017–2019)
  • Marion Romberg, Editor, subscription manager, and Webmaster (2010-2020) - H-Net profile

 

HABSBURG has an advisory board and its current members are: 

  1. Franz Adlgasser, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  2. Jim Brown, Elon University, Department of History and Geography
  3. Hugo Lane, York College, Cuny
  4. Marco Bellabarba, University of Trento
  5. Melissa Bokovoy, University of New Mexico
  6. Karsten Borgmann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  7. Maria Bucur, Indiana University
  8. Gary Cohen, University of Minnesota and the Center for Austrian Studies
  9. László Csorba, Loránd Eötvös University
  10. István Deák, Columbia University
  11. Cathleen Giustino, Auburn University
  12. Charles Ingrao, Purdue University
  13. Lonnie Johnson, Austrian Fulbright Commission (Austrian-American Educational Commission)
  14. Jonathan Kwan, University of Nottingham
  15. James Niessen, Rutgers University
  16. Joseph F. Patrouch, Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta
  17. Bela Rásky, Österreichisches Ost-und Südostinstitut
  18. Harald Roth, Deutsches Kulturforum östliches Europa
  19. Mark Stein, University of Chicago
  20. Marion Romberg, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Institute for Habsurg and Balkan Studies