Professional Contributions

PUBLICATIONS

MONOGRAPHS

Authored

  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. Wiener Chic: A Locational History of Vienna Fashion. Bristol/Chicago: Intellect Books, 2013.
  • Lutter, Christina, and Markus Reisenleitner. Cultural Studies: eine Einführung [Cultural Studies: An Introduction]. 6 ed. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2009 [1999].
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. Frühe Neuzeit, Reformation und Gegenreformation: Darstellung, Forschungsüberblick, Quellen und Literatur [The Early Modern Period: Survey, Research Problems, Sources and Literature]. Handbuch zur neueren Geschichte Österreichs; Bd. 1. Innsbruck: Studien-Verlag, 2000.
  • —. Die Produktion historischen Sinnes: Mittelalterrezeption im deutschsprachigen historischen Trivialroman vor 1848 [The Production of Historical Meaning: Images of the Middle Ages in German Popular Fiction before 1848]. Europäische Hochschulschriften. Reihe I, Deutsche Sprache und Literatur, Bd. 1338 = Publications universitaires européennes. Série I, Langue et littérature allemandes ; vol. 1338 = European university studies. Series I, German language and literature; vol. 1338. Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 1992.

Edited

  • Ingram, Susan and Markus Reisenleitner, eds. Historical Textures of Translation: Traditions, Traumas, Transgressions. Vienna: Mille Tre, 2012.
  • Morris, Meaghan, Markus Reisenleitner, and Caroline Turner, eds. Interasia Cultural Studies Special Issue: Urban Imaginaries in the Asia-Pacific. Vol. 9:4: Routledge, 2008.
  • Ingram, Susan, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik, eds. Floodgates – Technologies, Cultural Ex/change and the Persistence of Central Europe. New York; Frankfurt/M.; Vienna: P. Lang, 2005.
  • Ingram, Susan, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik, eds. Ports of Call: Central European and North American Culture/s in Motion. New York: P. Lang, 2004.
  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner, eds. Placing History: Themed Environments, Urban Consumption and the Public Entertainment Sphere. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2003.
  • Ingram, Susan, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik, eds. Reverberations: Representations of Modernity, Tradition and Cultural Value in-between Central Europe and North America. Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 2002.
  • Ingram, Susan, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik, eds. Identität. Kultur. Raum: Kulturelle Praktiken und die Ausbildung von Imagined Communities in Nordamerika und Zentraleuropa. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2001.
  • Erlach, Daniela, Markus Reisenleitner, and Karl Vocelka, eds. Privatisierung der Triebe? Sexualität in der Frühen Neuzeit. Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 1994.

Book Translations

  • Hongkong: Kultur und die Politik des Verschwindens. Vienna: Löcker, 2013. Translated by Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner. (Hong Kong: Culture and the Politics of Disappearance. U of Minnesota Press, 1997)
  • Donald, James. Vorstellungswelten moderner Urbanität. Vienna: Löcker, 2005. Translated by Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner. (Imagining the Modern City. U of Minnesota Press, 1999)
  • Fiske, John. Lesarten des Populären. Vienna: Löcker, 2003. Translated by Stefan Erdei, Christina Lutter and Markus Reisenleitner. (Reading the Popular. Boston: Unwin Hyman 1989)

BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “From Europe’s Early Iron Age to a New Urbanist Shanzhai Village: Themed Environments, Global Property Markets, and the Role of Hallstatt’s Cultural Lineage.” The Changing Place of Europe in Global Memory Cultures: Usable Pasts and Futures. Ed. Christina Kraenzle and Maria Mayr. Springer International Publishing, 2017. 201–219.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Heimat on the Range vs. Kosmo Noir: Edgar Wallace, Karl May, and Post-Second World War German Cinematic Translations of Anglo-American Popular Culture.” Translation and Translating in German Studies A Festschrift for Raleigh Whitinger. Ed. John L Plews and Diana Spokiene. Waterloo, Ont.: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2016. 147–159.
  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Hong Kong: Reflection on the City of Disappearence.” Locations: Anthology of Architecture and Urbanism. Ed. Kazi Khaleed Ashraf. Vol. 1. Khilkhet, Dhaka; Novato CA: ORO Editions, 2016. 226–233.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Resetting the Clock: Theme Parks, New Urbanism, and Smart Cities.” A Reader in Themed and Immersive Spaces. Ed. Scott A Lukas. Pittsburgh PA: Carnegie Mellon ETC Press, 2016. 279–287.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Runrig’s Celtic Revival: Folk-Rock, the Gaelic Language, and the Cultural Politics of the Scottish Islands.” Musik und Erinnern: Festschrift für Cornelia Szabó-Knotik. Ed. Christian Glanz and Anita Mayer-Hirzberger. Wien: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag, 2014. 273–285.
  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Zero History: William Gibson’s Post-Geographical Global Concerns.” Literatures in English: New Ethical, Cultural and Transnational Perspectives. Ed. Michael Kenneally, Rhona Kenneally Richman, and Wolfgang Zach. Tübingen: Stauffenberg, 2014. 191–203. Print. SECL Studies in English and Comparative Literature 23.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “‘The Company of Strangers’: Urban Cultural Diversity and Colonial Connections in Twentieth-Century Popular Fiction and Cinema.” Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban. Eds. Michael Darroch and Janine Marchessault. Montréal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2014. 203–16.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Can(n)ons of Accountability and the University 2.0: Knowledge Production and Research in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Cultural Studies Under the Conditions of Global Knowledge Economies.” Die Rückkehr der Denkmäler: Aktuelle retrospektive Tendenzen der Musikwissenschaft. Eds. Markus Grassl and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik. Vienna: Mille Tre, 2013. 13–26.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Sodom und Gommorha” (1922), “I Love Vienna” (1991), “Before Sunrise” (1995) (with Susan Ingram). World Film Locations: Vienna. Ed. Robert von Dassanovsky. Bristol: Intellect Books, 2012. 12-13, 94-95, 98-99.
  • —. “Under the Bridges/ Unter den Brücken” (1944-45), “Octopussy” (1983), “The Bourne Supremacy” (2004), “Thunder Perfect Mind” (2005). World Films Locations: Berlin. Ed. Susan Ingram. Bristol: Intellect Books, 2012. 36-37, 74-75, 96-97, 110-111.
  • —. “Translating the Past, Digitally: Nostalgia, the City and the Digital Image in Peter Jackson’s King Kong (2005) and Baz Luhrmann’s Australia (2008).” Historical Textures of Translation: Traditions, Traumas, Transgressions. Eds. S. Ingram and M. Reisenleitner. Vienna: Mille Tre, 2012. 175-183.
  • —. “Gibson Country: Global City-Spaces in the North-American Imaginary of Pattern Recognition and Spook Country.” The Canadian Mosaic in the Age of Transnationalism. Eds. Brigitte Glaser and Jutta Ernst. Heidelberg: Winter, 2010. 231-42.
  • —. “Das Belvedere – ein Palast mit Ausblick: Europäische Geschichte und Gedächtnis im urbanen Raum.” Wien und seine Wienerinnen. Ein historischer Streifzug durch Wien über die Jahrhunderte. Eds. Martin Scheutz and Vlasta Vales. Vienna; Cologne; Weimar: Böhlau, 2008. 355-72.
  • —. “There’s No Place Like Charmed: Domesticity, the Uncanny, and the Utopian Potential of the City.” Investigating Charmed: The Magic Power of TV. Eds. Karin Beeler and Stan Beeler. London; New York: L.B.Tauris, 2007. 143-65.
  • —. “Beyond Bildung: The ‘Disciplinarity and Dissent’ of Cultural Studies in the Global Managerial Academy.” Hyphenated Histories: Articulations of Central European Bildung and Slavic Studies in the Contemporary Academy. Ed. Andrew Colin Gow. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2007. 19-41.
  • —. “Stuart Hall (*1932). Identitätsrouten ohne Garantien.” Culture Club II Klassiker der Kulturtheorie. Eds. Martin Ludwig Hofmann, Tobias F. Korta and Sibylle Niekisch. Frankfurt a.M.: Suhrkamp, 2006. 312-28.
  • —. “The American Traveling Detective and the Exotic City: Pépé le MokoMacao and The Third Man.” Ports of Call: Central European and North American Culture/s in Motion. Eds. Markus Reisenleitner, Susan Ingram, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik. Frankfurt/M.: P. Lang, 2004. 259-68.
  • —. “Public Entertainment and the Construction of a Public Entertainment Sphere in Nineteenth-Century Vienna.” Placing History: Themed Environments, Urban Consumption and the Public Entertainment Sphere. Eds. Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2003. 17-31.
  • —. “Once Upon a Time: the Commodification of the Middle Ages in German Trivialromane around 1800.” Placing History: Themed Environments, Urban Consumption and the Public Entertainment Sphere. Eds. Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2003. 65-81.
  • —. “Imaginationen von Los Angeles zwischen Ramonaland und noir-Apokalyptik.” Placing History: Themed Environments, Urban Consumption and the Public Entertainment Sphere. Eds. Susan Ingram and Markus Reisenleitner. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2003. 223-40.
  • —. “Beach-Haus vs. Traum(a) Factory: The L.A. Experience through Central European Eyes.” Reverberations: Representations of Modernity, Tradition and Cultural Value in-between Central Europe and North America. Eds. Susan Ingram, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabo-Knotik. Frankfurt am Main; New York: P. Lang, 2002. 241-58.
  • —. “Karlsbad Resolutions.” Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Ed. Derek Jones. Vol. 2. London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001. 1317-18.
  • —. “Karl Kraus.” Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Ed. Derek Jones. Vol. 2. London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001. 1357-58.
  • —. “Grillparzer.” Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Ed. Derek Jones. Vol. 2. London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001. 990-91.
  • —. “Austria: To 1918.” Censorship: A World Encyclopedia. Ed. Derek Jones. Vol. 1. London; Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2001. 147–50.
  • —. “‘Des Pudels goldener Kern’: Legitimate Theater and Notions of European Culture in Dawson City, Yukon.” Identität. Kultur. Raum: Kulturelle Praktiken und die Ausbildung von Imagined Communities in Nordamerika und Zentraleuropa. Eds. Susan Ingram, Markus Reisenleitner, and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik. Vienna: Turia + Kant, 2001. 257-67.
  • —. “History and Computing.” Frauen in der Musikwissenschaft: Dokumentation des internationalen Workshops Wien 1998 = Women in Musicology. Eds. Markus Grassl and Cornelia Szabó-Knotik. Vienna: Univ. für Musik, Lehrkanzel für Musikgeschichte [u.a.], 1999. 263–270.
  • Fischer, Wladimir, Karl Heinz, Markus Reisenleitner, and Vlasta Vales. “Sprache als Handlung und Träger sozialer Identität.” Ästhetik und Ideologie – Aneignung und Sinngebung – Abgrenzung und Ausblick. Ed. Christina Lutter. Vienna: Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Verkehr und Kunst, 1997. 191–202.
  • Erlach, Daniela, and Markus Reisenleitner. “A Relational Approach to Computer based Studies of Genealogy, Family Patterns and Social Bonding.” Structures and Contingencies in Computerized Historical Research. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference of the Association for History and Computing. Eds. Onno Boonstra, Geurt Collenteur and Bart van Elderen. Hilversum: Verloren, 1995. 199–207.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus, and Karl Vocelka. “Tourismus: geisteswissenschaftliche Ausbildung und Einsatzmöglichkeiten.” Neuland: berufliche Horizonte für Geistes- und SozialwissenschaftlerInnen. Ed. Gabriele Schuster. Vienna: Wiener Universitätsverlag, 1994. 43–50.
  • Erlach, Daniela, and Markus Reisenleitner. “A Prosopographical Onscreen Manual of the Austro Bohemian Nobility in the Early Modern Period.” Storia e Multimedia: Atti del / Proceedings of the Settimo Congresso Internazionale / Seventh International Congress Association for History and Computing. Eds. Francesca Bocchi and Peter Denley. Bologna: Grafis Edizioni, 1994. 161–70.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Der Umgang der modernen Kulturgeschichtsschreibung mit Intertextualität in der Frühen Neuzeit.” Intertextualität in der frühen Neuzeit: Studien zu ihren theoretischen und praktischen Perspektiven. Eds. Wilhelm Kühlmann and Wolfgang Neuber. Frühneuzeit-Studien; 2. Frankfurt/M; New York: P. Lang, 1994. 1–30.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus, and Karl Vocelka. “Die Kultur des Adels der Habsburgermonarchie in der Frühen Neuzeit / Plemiska kultura v habsburski monarhiji v zgodnjem novem veku.” Begegnung zwischen Orient und Okzident / Srecanje z Jutrovim Na Ptujsekm Gradu. Ptuj: Ptuj Museum, 1992. 37–42.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Ritterbild und Mittelalter Rezeption von der Aufklärung bis zur Gegenwart.” Die Ritter. Burgenländische Forschungen; Sonderband 8. Eisenstadt: Amt der Burgenländischen Landesregierung, Landesarchiv Landesbibliothek, 1990. 164–74.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Faking Translation in Hallstatt: A Visit to Hallstatt Revisited I.” TranscUlturAl: A Journal of Translation and Cultural Studies 6.1 (2014): 43–52.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “It’s a Kind of Magic: Situating Nostalgia for Technological Progress and the Occult in Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes.” Imaginations 5.1 (2014): 122–134.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Accounting for Scholarship in the University 2.0: Knowledge Production and Dissemination under the Conditions of Global Knowledge Economies.” Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 49.1 (2013): 9-14.
  • —. “Einleitung: Die sieben Todsünden in der Frühen Neuzeit.” Die sieben Todsünden in der Frühen Neuzeit. Spec. Issue of frühneuzeit-info 21/1+2 (2010): 5–7.
  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Polarizing Avalon: The European Virtuosity and Global Virtuality of Mamoru Oshii’s Filmic Imaginary.” New Cinemas: Journal of Contemporary Film 4.2 (2006): 129–38.
  • Lutter, Christina, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Post/colonial Studies und/oder Cultural Studies’? Oder: ‘Ist diese Frage wirklich wichtig?” Kakanien Revisitied (2002).
  • —. “Introducing History (in)to Cultural Studies: Some Remarks on the German-speaking Context.” Cultural Studies 16 (2002): 611–630.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Institutionalizing Cultural Studies in Austria: a View from Afar.” Cultural Studies 16.6 (2002): 896-907.
  • Lutter, Christina, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Cultural Studies in Österreich.” L’Homme. Zeitschrift für feministische Geschichtswissenschaft 12.2 (2001): 353–55.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Habsburgische Höfe in der Frühen Neuzeit – Entwicklungslinien und Forschungsprobleme.” Opera Historica. Editio Universitatis Bohemiae Meridionalis (1999): 97–114.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus, and Karl Vocelka. “Höfe und Residenzen des Adels in den österreichischen Ländern im 16. und zu Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts.” Opera Historica. Editio Universitatis Bohemiae Meridionalis 3 (1993): 47–60.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus, et al. “Studien zur Mentalitäts und Wirtschaftsgeschichte – Geschichte des Adels der Frühen Neuzeit in der Habsburgermonarchie.” Opera Historica. Editio Universitatis Bohemiae Meridionalis 2 (1992): 34–37.
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Kulturgeschichte auf der Suche nach dem Sinn. Überlegungen zum Einfluß poststrukturalistischer Theoriebildung auf moderne Kulturgeschichtsschreibung.” Österreichische Zeitschrift für Geschichtswissenschaften 3.1 (1992): 7–30.
  • —. “Wege zum Adel. Theoretische Zugänge zur Kultur einer Elite.” Frühneuzeit info 1.1.2 (1990): 28–37.
  • —. “Die Bedeutung der Werke und Theorien Norbert Elias’ für die Erforschung der Frühen Neuzeit.” Frühneuzeit info 1.1.2 (1990): 47–57.

CONTRIBUTIONS TO SPACESOFIDENTITY.NET

  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “The Identity-Producing Spaces of Hong Kong: Reflections on Ackbar Abbas’s City of Disappearance.” spacesofidentity 8.1 (2008).
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “A Palace with a View: Imagining Europe in the Baroque City.” spacesofidentity 6.2 (2006).
  • —. “On the Road Again: Globalizing Humanities.” spacesofidentity 6.3 (2006).
  • Editors. “Of Networks, Submerged Histories and the New (Central) Europe.” spacesofidentity 4.2 (2004).
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Slashing Postcolonial Studies, or: Why this Debate Still Bothers Me. A Response to Clemens Ruthner’s ‘K.u.K. ‘Kolonialismus’ als Befund, Befindlichkeit und Metapher’.” spacesofidentity 3.1–2 (2003).
  • —. “Central European Culture in Search of a Theory, or: the Lure of ‘Post/colonial Studies.” spacesofidentity 6(2002).
  • —. “Tradition, Cultural Boundaries and the Construction of Spaces of Identities.” spacesofidentity 1.1 (2001).
  • —. “Reluctance, Modernity’s Curse: A Review of Ales Debeljak’s Reluctant Modernity: The Institution of Art and its Historical Forms.”spacesofidentity 1.4 (2001).
  • Ingram, Susan, and Markus Reisenleitner. “Imagining Modern Vienna: Two Recent Exhibitions.” spacesofidentity 1.2 (2001).
  • Reisenleitner, Markus. “Tradition, Cultural Boundaries and the Construction of Spaces of Identity.” spacesofidentity 1.2 (2001).

PAPERS READ

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

  • “Die Geschichte: ein Zivilisationsprozess?” (Wiener Vorlesung [public lecture organized by the Mayor of Vienna], 15 March 2017, ORF RadioKulturhaus, Großer Sendesaal)
  • “Changing Urban Imaginaries: Topographies of Mobility, History and Culture in Smart Cities and New Urbanism.” (Brown Bag Lunch Series: New Perspectives in Humanities Research, York University, 12 January 2016)
  • “Spaces of Translation in the Digital Episteme: Digital Humanities Approaches to Literature, the Environment, and the Archive.” CRLCC Translation Research Summer School 2015: Translation, Language, and Place, Toronto, June 23, 2015.
  • “Interdisciplinarity in the Digital Episteme.” (“New Directions for Humanities Graduate Education”, Jackman Humanities Institute and School of Graduate Studies, University of Toronto, 16 April 2015)
  • “The Schindler-Chase House and L.A. Modernist Architecture” (“Meeting the Urbanization Challenge”, 12 October 2013, Los Angeles)
  • “Old and New Guards: Fashion in Vienna’s Museums.” (Fashion Research Group, Ryerson University and York University, 26 June 2013)
  • “Musealizing Art, Style and Fashion Avant-gardes? Curatorial Practices and Cultural Memory in Vienna’s Museum für Angewandte Kunst” (Transnational Memory Workshop, Memorial University, NL, 2–4 May 2013)
  • “Keynote: Can(n)ons of Accountability and the University 2.0: Knowledge Production and Research in Interdisciplinary Humanities and Cultural Studies under the Conditions of Global Knowledge Economies.” (International symposium “The Return of Monuments: Current Retrospective Tendencies in Musicology”, Vienna, 1–4 December 2010
  • “Pop and Politics before / after the Crisis.” (IFK Podium Roundtable with Lawrence Grossberg and Karin Harrasser, University of Applied Arts and University of Vienna, April 2010)
  • “A Question of Residence: Early Modern Court Society and the Urban Texture of Contemporary Vienna.” (Florida International University, Miami, 11/09, sponsored by the Miami-Florida European Union Center of Excellence, the European Studies Program at FIU, and the Department of History Graduate Student Association (DOHGSA) at FIU)
  • “Hong Kong Global, Toronto Unlimited: Local Lifeworlds, Cultural Plurality and Urban Experience in the Global Metropolis.” (Wiener Vorlesung [public lecture organized by the Mayor of Vienna], Vienna City Hall, 06/07)
  • “Humboldt’s Heritage? Humanist Erudition, Liberal Arts, and Cultural Studies in the Global Academy.” (Lecture, Canadian Centre for German and European Studies, York University, Toronto, 10/05)
  • “What the Walls Remember: Sites of Memory in the Urban Environment” (Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 03/05)
  • “Cultural Studies, World Cities and Globalization” (Center for Cultural Studies, L’viv National University, 06/03)
  • “Situating Cultural Studies in Academic and National Contexts.” (Center for Cultural Studies, L’viv National University, 06/03)
  • “World History and Postcolonial Studies” (Department of History, University of Vienna, Austria, 06/03)
  • “The City, The Colony and the Criminal: Transgression and Containment of Space in Pepe le Moko, Macao and The Third Man” (Lingnan University, 02/03)
  • “The Chicago Columbian and the City Beautiful Movement” (University of Victoria, B.C., 02/03)
  • “Taming Metro-Mazes: Cities in the Popular Imagination” (Lingnan University, 09/02)
  • “Imaginationen von Los Angeles zwischen Ramonaland und noir-Apokalyptik” (University of Vienna, 06/01)
  • “Once upon a Time: The Commodification of the Middle Ages in German Trivialromane around 1800” (University of Alberta, 03/01)
  • “Tradition, Cultural Boundaries and the Construction of Spaces of Identity in Central Europe” (Florida International University, Miami FL, 10/00)
  • “Cultural Hegemony and Popular Theatre” (Department of History, Florida International University, Miami, 10/99)
  • “Music and Culture in Fin-de-Siècle Vienna: The Image of a Period” (Departments of Music and History, University of Saskatchewan, 09/99)
  • “Social Control and Cultural Hegemony in Viennese Popular Theatre, 1780–1848” (Department of History, University of Alberta, 04/99)
  • “Language Use as Solidarity and Division in the Early Modern Period” (Institute for Early Modern Studies, Vienna, Austria, 01/97)
  • “Aristocratic Elites in the Habsburg Lands in the Early Modern Period” (Department of History, University of London, 11/93)

CONFERENCE/WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS

  • “The Digital Traces of History: Geomediating Vienna’s Gentrification” (Spaces of the In-Between, An Interdisciplinary International Conference. Karlstad, Sweden, 9-12 May 2017)
  • “Gentrification by Adobe: Imagining Santa Fe’s Past in Popular Culture” (Popular Culture Association, San Diego, 12-15 April 2016)
  • “Memorializing, Performing and Reclaiming Latina/o Identities in Los Angeles and Santa Fe.” (Crossroads in Cultural Studies 2016. Sydney, Australia, 14-16 December 2016)
  • “Vancouver’s Global Imaginary: Smartest, Greenest, Most Expensive?” (The Concept of Vancouver. The 30th Annual Two Days of Canada Conference, Centre for Canadian Studies, Brock University, St Catharines, 13-15 October 2016)
  • “Memorializing, Performing and Reclaiming Latina/o Identities in Los Angeles and Santa Fe.” (4th Annual Conference of the International Association for the Study of the Culture of Cities (IASCC), Ermoupolis, Syros Greece, 27-29 July 2016)
  • “Walking in (Latino) Style: Fashion and Street Style as Vehicles for Imagineering New Urbanism in Santa Fé and Los Angeles.” (Fashion on the Move: Rethinking Design. 10th International Fashion Conference, Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain, 20-21 April 2016)
  • “Furiously Mobile in the Global City: Fast Family, Smart Cities, and Muscle/Cars in Furious 7.” (Popular Culture Association, Seattle, 22-26 March 2016)
  • “ ‘East Meets West’ between Global Real-Estate Capitalism and Rent Protection: Re-imagining Vienna’s Urbanism for the 21st Century.” (Places and Non-places of Modernity: Movement, Memory and Imagination in Contemporary Europe. Centre for Baltic and East European Studies Annual Conference 2015, 3-4 December 2015)
  • “Walking, Cycling, and Dancing in the Streets: New Urbanist Imaginaries as Stages for Flaneuring in Santa Fe, Los Angeles and Vienna.” (Fashion Symposium, Museum of Vancouver, 14 November 2015)
  • “Video Blogs in the Fashion District: Re-inventing LA’s Urban Fashion Imaginary in the Digital Mediascape.” (ECREA TWG Media & The City 2015 Conference, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science, 24–25 September 2015)
  • “Noir Transgressions: Bending Gender, Ethnicity and Style in Recent LA Fiction and Film” (Transgressions Transformations: Literature and Beyond, CISLE Centre for the International Study of Literatures in English, 27-31 July 2015, Göttingen, Germany)
  • “Theme Parks, New Urbanism, and Smart Cities” (Libidinal Circuits: Scenes of Urban Innovation, 8-10 July 2015, Liverpool UK)
  • “Rethinking Graduate Programs: Diplomas and Privatissima” (ACLx Otherwise, 5-7 February 2015, Columbia SC)
  • “Digital Humanities: Experimentation and Comparative Literature” (Modern Language Association, 8-11 January 2015, Vancouver BC)
  • “Resetting the Clock: Theme Parks and New Urbanism in Los Angeles’ Imaginary” (“Here You Leave Today”: Time & Temporality in Theme Parks, JGU Mainz, 18-20 September 2014)
  • “Tales of Three Pacific Rim Cities: Representations of Los Angeles, Vancouver and Honolulu in Popular Culture” (Conference Shifting Grounds: Cultural Tectonics along the Pacific Rim, Germersheim, University of Mainz, Germany, 17-19 July 2014)
  • “Runrig’s Celtic Revival: Folk-Rock, the Gaelic Language, and the Cultural Politics of the Scottish Islands” (Crossroads in Cultural Studies, Tampere, Finland, 1-4 July 2014)
  • “The Digital Humanities Moment: A Historical Contextualization” (CCLA meeting, Congress 2014, Brock University, 25-27 May 2014)
  • “From Europe’s Early Iron Age to a Shanzhai Village: Themed Environments, Global Property Markets, and the Role of Hallstatt’s Cultural Legacy” (Workshop Usable Pasts and Futurities: The Changing Place of Europe in Global Memory Cultures, York University, Toronto, 22-24 May 2014)
  • “Pueblo and Hollywood, the Pacific Rim and the World: Re-Fashionings of LA’s Urban Imaginary” (ACLA Annual Meeting, New York, 20-23 March 2014)
  • “Musealizing Art, Style and Fashion Avant-Gardes: Curatorial Practices and Cultural Memory in Vienna’s Museum of Applied Arts” (Conference ASAP/5: Arts of the City, Wayne State University, Detroit, 3-6 October 2013)
  • “A Peripheral View of Theory Effects and/on Comparative Literature in the Global Academy” (ACL(x) / E(x)amine, Pennsylvania State University, 27-28 September 2013)
  • Thunder Perfect Mind: The Gnostic Flaneur Does Berlin” (“EUPOP 2013”: International Institute for Popular Culture, University of Turku, Finland, 31 July-2 August 2013)
  • “Placing Fashion in the City with Zero History” (“Literary London 2013,” University of London, London, 17-19 May 2013)
  • “Pedagogy, Visualized: Transforming the Foundation Classroom Lecture for Moodle” (Teaching in Focus Workshop, Teaching Commons, York University, 23 May 2013)
  • “How App-osite: Fashioning the City on Mobile Devices” (ACLA Annual Meeting, Toronto, 5-7 April 2013)
  • “Policing Murky Depths: SOKO Donau and The Border” (Crossroads 2012 International Conference in Cultural Studies, Paris, 2-6 July 2012)
  • “Mundane Music on the Move. Interactions of Balkan Folklore and Electronic Music” (Commentator, Crossroads 2012 International Conference in Cultural Studies, Paris, 2-6 July 2012)
  • “Take this Waltz: Negotiations of Vienna’s Urban Imaginary in Fashion Exhibits” (Fashion Tales 2012: 13th International Conference of ModaCult – Center for the Study of Fashion and of Cultural Production of the Università Cattolica of Milan, Milan, 7-9 June 2012)
  • “Accounting for Scholarship in the University 2.0: Knowledge Production and Dissemination under the Conditions of Global Knowledge Economies” (CCLA/CAUTG panel, Congress 2012, Waterloo, 05/12)
  • “Policing Murky Depths and Glowing Peaks: Competing Imaginaries of Central European Crossroads in SOKO Kitzbühel and SOKO Donau” (“Trans-Aesthetics: Crossing Central Europe,” Wirth Institute for Austrian and Central European Studies, University of Alberta, 04/12)
  • “Zero History for Monolinguals: William Gibson’s Global Concerns” (CISLE conference, Literatures in English: New Ethical, Cultural, and Transnational Perspectives, Concordia University, 07/11)
  • “Red Indians and the Yellow Peril Against a Noir Backdrop: Post-WWII Cinematic Reconstructions of German Popular Memory” (CCLA panel, Congress 2011, Fredericton, 05/11)
  • “History, Memory and the Digital Image” (ACLA Annual Meeting, Vancouver, BC, 04/11)
  • “Exploring Urban Imaginaries: Cities of Memory and Nostalgia as Objects of Study in Visual Culture, Cultural History and Comparative Literature” (ICLA, Seoul, Korea, 08/10)
  • “It’s a Kind of Magic: Situating the Nostalgia for Technological Progress and the Occult in London’s Urban Imaginary” (International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Hong Kong, 06/10)
  • “Digital Nostalgia in Cinematic Urban Imaginaries” (China and the West: Cosmopolitics, Memory and Visual Media in the 21st Century, University of Hong Kong, 06/10)
  • “Translating the Past, Digitally: Nostalgia, the City and the Digital Image in Peter Jackson’s King Kong (2005) and Baz Luhrmann’s Australia (2008)” (CCLA panel, Congress 2010, Concordia University, Montreal, 05/10)
  • “Reimagining the Urban Future as Nostalgic Pasts: War and its Digital Reconstruction in The Sky Crawlers (2008) and Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)” (ACLA Annual Meeting, New Orleans, 04/10)
  • “The Sky is the Limit: CGI Space, Animated Cities, and Digital Nostalgia for the Future in The Sky Crawlers (2008) and Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)” (Popular Culture Association International Meeting, Turku, Finland, 07/09)
  • “Londonland’s Nodality Between New Age and New Media: William Gibson’s and Dan Brown’s Global Geographies of London’s Bestselling Urban Imaginary” (“Literary London 2009: Representations of London in Literature,” Queen Mary University, London, 07/09)
  • “The Sky is the Limit: CGI Space, Animated Cities, and Digital Nostalgia for the Future in The Sky Crawlers (2008) and Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004)” (CCLA panel, Congress 2009, Carleton University, Ottawa, 05/09)
  • “Virtually Flaneuring Eastern Europe and Global Imaginaries: The Streetscapes of Mamoru Oshii’s Avalon” (Conference “Prises de Rue / Street Takes: Streets and Roads in Contemporary European Cinemas / Rues et Routes dans les cinémas européens contemporains.” McGill University, Montreal, 09/08)
  • “Gibson Country: Global City-Spaces in the North American Imaginary” (Conference “The Canadian Mosaic in the Age of Transnationalism”, University of Göttingen, Germany, 07/08)
  • “Chinatown Nostalgia in London’s Docklands” (International “Crossroads” Conference in Cultural Studies, University of the West Indies, Kingston, Jamaica, 07/08)
  • “A Dope Boat from China: Imagining London in Post-War German Popular Culture” (Conference “Literary London 2007: Representations of London in Literature,” University of Westminster, London, 07/07)
  • “Limehouse, Global Trade, and Popular Culture in the Persisting Nostalgia of London’s Urban Imaginary” (CCLA panel, Congress 2007, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 05/07)
  • “Memories of Migration” (International Interdisciplinary Conference “Lessons from History,” Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, 06/06)
  • “Edgar Wallace, Uncannily British: Imagining London in German Popular Cinema during the 1960s” (Joint CCLA/CAUTG panel, Congress 2006, York University, Toronto, 05/06)
  • “Poles of Globalization: Arthurian Myth and the Realities of the European Union in Mamoru Oshii’s Avalon” (Conference “Meaningful Marginalities: Religious Influences and Cultural Constructions,” University of Alberta, 05/06)
  • “Conceptualizing a Framework for German Studies” (DAAD Steering Committee Meeting, York University, 12/05)
  • “Ghost in the City: Transnational Urban Imaginaries in Cyberpunk” (International Roundtable “Urban Imaginaries: Spatiality after Colonialism,” Australian National University, Canberra, 07/05)
  • “Welcome to Class Europa” (International Conference “Cinema in Europe: Networks in Progress,” Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, 06/05)
  • “Beyond Bildung: The ‘Disciplinarity and Dissent’ of Cultural Studies in the Global Managerial Academy” (International Conference “Hyphenated Histories, Cultural Theory and the Humanities Tradition in the Contemporary Academy,” Department of History, Classics and Religious Studies and Department of Modern Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Alberta, Edmonton, 05/05)
  • “Pole-arizing Avalon: The Persistence of European Myth in the Asian Imaginary” (International Workshop “Floodgates,” Toronto, 07/04)
  • “Hunting the Global Urban Cool in William Gibson’s Asian Imaginary” (International Conference “Urban Imaginaries: An Asian–Pacific Research Symposium,” Hong Kong, 06/04)
  • “Texturing Global City-Space in the Matrix of Style: Networks, Flows and Routes in William Gibson’s Pattern Recognition” (International Conference “Net – Culture – Science,” Budapest, 12/03)
  • “Producing the Urban Experience in Popular Culture” (International Workshop “East Asian Cities: New Cultural and Ideological Formations,” Shanghai, 12/03)
  • “Asian Villains and the Modern Western Metropolis: The Containment of Colonial Space in Sax Rohmer’s Novels” (2003 Southwest/Texas Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Albuquerque, N.M., 02/03)
  • “Among the Throng but not of the Throng – Male Subjectivity and Visions of the City” (Annual Meeting of the Hong Kong Sociological Association, Hong Kong, 11/02)
  • “The American Traveling Detective and the Exotic City: MacaoAlgiers and The Third Man” (International Workshop “Ports of Call,” Vienna, 10/02)
  • “Themes and the City: Themed Environments and the Construction of Urban Imaginaries” (organized and chaired panel at the 4th International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Tampere, Finland 07/02)
  • “Visuality in Motion and the Production of Cityscapes: The Detective, the Exile and the Yuppie” (Summer Institute for Public Criticism and Visual Culture, Hong Kong, 06/02)
  • “The Theming of Urban Environments” (Workgroup Global Cityscapes, Miami–Vienna, 06/01)
  • “Beachhaus vs. Traum(a) Factory: The L.A. Experience Through Central European Eyes” (University of Alberta, 05/01)
  • “Public Entertainment and the Construction of a Public Sphere in 19th-century Vienna: Creating a Middle Class Audience in Urban Entertainment Spaces” (German Studies Association, Houston, 10/00)
  • “Themed Environments and Urban Consumption” (3rd International Crossroads in Cultural Studies Conference, Birmingham, 07/00)
  • “Legitimate Theatre and Notions of European Culture in Dawson City, YK” (Workshop Cultural Practices and the Formation of Imagined Communities, Semmering, Austria, 06/00)
  • “Spectacular Theatre-Theatre of the Spectacular: Social Control, Cultural Hegemony and Symbolic Resistance in the Popular Theatre of Vienna, 1780-1848” (Annual Conference of the Group for Early Modern Cultural Studies, Coral Gables, 10/99)
  • “Tradition, Cultural Boundaries, and the Construction of Spaces of Identity” (Conference: “Central European Culture Today,” University of Alberta, 09/99)
  • “Language, Meaning and Social Identity in the Habsburg Lands” (American Hungarian Educators’ Conference, Cleveland, 04/99)
  • “Writing the History of Minorities: the Impact of Information Technologies” (Conference: “Women in Musicology,” University of Music and Dramatic Arts, Vienna, Austria, 02/98)
  • “Interactivity and the Presentation of Music History (Anniversary Conference of the Department for Music History at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria, 12/97)
  • “The Methodology of Media Culture: Internet / CD-ROM / Paper” (Symposium Culture – Communication – Technology, Triest, Italy, 10/97)
  • “Music and Dance on Screen: The Opportunities of New Media” (International Federation of Television Archives Conference: Television Archives: Between Cultural Heritage and Profit Centres, Budapest, Hungary, 09/97)
  • “Cultural Traditions in Central Europe” (International Congress of the International Musicological Society, London UK, 08/97)
  • “Possibilities and Limitations of Multimedia Productions” (International Conference of the Association for History and Computing: The Dissemination of Knowledge, Glasgow, 06/97)
  • “Language Use as Social Action and as a Carrier of Social Identity” (Austrian Historians’ Conference, Vienna, Austria, 12/96)
  • “The Nobility as a Strategic Elite in the Habsburg Monarchy in the 16th Century” (Sixteenth Century Studies Conference, San Francisco, 10/95)
  • “Computer-Aided Statistical Analysis of Data on the Musical Life of Associations in the 19th Century” (Hummel Foundation, Bratislava, Slovak Republic, 10/95)
  • “Network Analysis and Genealogical Studies” (Invitational Jubilee Conference of the Genealogical Society Adler, Vienna, Austria, 10/95)
  • “Cultural Traditions in Central Europe: Possibilities of a Networked Historical Database” (University of Music and Dramatic Arts, Vienna, Austria, 03/95)
  • “A Relational Approach to Computer-based Studies of Genealogy, Family and Social Bonding” (International Conference of the Association for History and Computing: Structures and Contingencies in Computerized Historical Research, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, 10/94)
  • “Databases as Prerequisites of Research in the Early Modern Period” (Conference Renaissance ’92. A Question of Documentation, University of Toronto, 11/92)
  • “Possibilities of Data Modelling and Data Preparation in the Historical Sciences” (International Conference of the Association for History and Computing: Storia&Multimedia, Bologna, Italy, 08/92)

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