Dr. Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier is Senior Researcher at the Institute for Modern and Contemporary History (INZ
) of the Austrian Academy of Sciences. He studied Southslav Literatures and Languages, and History at the University of Vienna, Austria.
Wladimir has carried out research on communication and self/representations of the Balkan ruling classes, Socialist literary politics, Balkan popular cultures, Balkan nationalisms, stereotypes, language and social identity, and the socio-cultural impact of migration in Central Europe and North America. He teaches History at Vienna University.
He is currently working on (digitally) editing the protocols of the Austrian government 1914-1918 and on a book on media and mobility in/between Austro-Hungarian and American Cities in the long 19th century.