Database of Funded Projects

The Botstiber Institute for Austrian-American Studies has generously funded academic research and public history projects that promote an understanding of the historic relationship between the United States and Austria. The following search tools make it possible to explore these projects and to learn more about the scholars and organizations who have received BIAAS grants and fellowships.

2020-07-28T15:07:32+00:00

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies

2020
Topics: Art, Culture, Film, History, Political Science
Products: Exhibit, Workshop

The Nanovic Institute for European Studies received a BIAAS grant for a 2.5-day workshop dedicated to creating a “moral biography” of the 1921 US-Austria Peace Treaty. On August 24, 1921, the United States and Austria signed a Peace Treaty in Vienna in the aftermath of the First World War. This step was necessary for peace building purposes since the US Senate refused to consent to the ratification of the multilateral Treaty of Saint Germain in [...]

2021-03-25T22:15:19+00:00

Mark S. Weiner

2020
Topics: Political Science
Products: Article, Book, Film, other

Mark S. Weiner received an $18,000 BIAAS grant for his project, “A Social Theory of Emergency Medical Services: Mountain Rescue in Austria and the United States.” What lessons can be learned from the everyday work and cultural role of the Austrian mountain rescue service for democratic social and political theory? This project explores that seemingly unusual question by placing the Bergrettung in comparative context alongside the history of mountain rescue services in the United States. [...]

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