a.o. Univ. Prof. Dr. Andrea Komlosy


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Room: 02.30 (main building, staircase VI)
Telephone: +43 1 4277 - 41323

Office hours: Wed. 11:00 - 12:00pm during Covid19 only online (Email)
eMail: andrea.komlosy@univie.ac.at

Teaching coordination for Master Globalgeschichte und Global Studies and Master Global Studies from a European Perspective (EMGS)

Education and Experience

  • 1984 Promotion, history (University of Vienna)
  • 1986 Diploma, political science (Institut für Höhere Studien Wien)
  • 1992-93 Contracted assistant at the Institut für Kunstgeschichte, Denkmalpflege und     Industriearchäologie at the Technical University of Vienna: archiving of industrial     archeology
  • 1993 University assistant at the Institute for Economic and Social History, University of     Vienna  
  • 2002 Habilitation (University of Vienna)
  • 2014/15 Schumpeter fellow Harvard University, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs

Areas of Research

  • 18th-20th century economic and social history of the Habsburg Monarchy and its successor states
  • Borders, migration und unequal regional, national and global development
  • Industrial history, the world of work and musealization
  • Global history: curriculum development, theories and methods
  • The history of textiles as a history of global interaction

Selected Publications

  • (ed.) Global Commodity Chains and Labor Relations. Leiden – Boston 2021: Brill (with Goran Musić)
  • Grenzen. Räumliche und soziale Trennlinien im Zeitenlauf. Wien 2018: Promedia
  • Work: The Last 1000 Years. London 2018: Verso. Deutsch: Arbeit 13. bis 21. Jahrhundert. Eine globalgeschichtliche Perspektive Wien 2015.
  • (Hg.) Global Inequalities in World-Systems Perspective. Theoretical Debates and Methodological Innovations. London - New York 2018: Routledge (zusammen mit Manuela Boatcă, Hans-Heinrich Nolte).
  • Imperial Cohesion, Nation-Building and Regional Integration in the Habsburg Monarchy. In: Berger Stefan/Miller Alexej (Hg.), Nationalizing Empires. Budapest 2014, S. 369-427.
  • Globalgeschichte. Methoden und Theorien. Wien 2011 (utb)