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Dr. Martin Rohde

History Department
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Martin Rohde is a Schrödinger fellow of the Austrian Science Fund (FWF). He studied History and Slavic Studies in Salzburg and Göttingen and received a PhD in history from the University of Innsbruck in 2020. Formerly, he worked as a research assistant with teaching experience at the universities of Innsbruck and Halle/Wittenberg and as research fellow at the Historical Institute of the Czech Academy of Sciences. His research interests include history of science and knowledge, history of photography, approaches to postcolonial, imperial and spatial history with a focus on Ukraine, the Habsburg and Russian Empires, Poland and Czechoslovakia.



Current projects
  • Schrödinger-Projekt, finanziert vom Österreichischen Wissenschaftsfonds (FWF): Transregional Region-Making in the Eastern Carpathians. Ukrainian Knowledge Production and its Challenges, 1921–1939

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