Dr. Monika Mokre

Present Position

Researcher at the Austrian Academy of Science – Institute for Culture Studies and History of Theatre

 

Chairwoman of OeGPW, the Austrian Political Science Association

 

Board Member of FOKUS, the Austrian Association for Cultural Economics and Policy Studies

 

Member of eipcp, european institute for progressive cultural policies

 

Lecturer at the Universities Innsbruck, Salzburg and Vienna

 

Former Positions

1988-1991:         Research Fellow and from 1991 Junior Executive of     Synthesis - Wissenschaftsholding m.b.H.;


1992-1998:        Research Fellow at the Research Unit for Socio-Economics, Austrian Academy of Sciences


April 1998- March 2003:        Research Fellow at  IWE, Research Unit for Institutional Change and European Integration, Austrian Academy of Sciences


Since July  2004:        Deputy Director of EIF, Institute for European Integration Research, Austrian Academy of Sciences

 

Research Areas

European Democracy and Public Sphere, Cultural Politics and Financing of the Arts, Media Politics, Gender Studies ,

Selected Publications

Editor of the Volume „Kulturpolitik und Demokratie“, 03/2006 of the Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaften (ÖZP) (together with Andreas Stadler)

The Ratification of the Constitution and the European Public Sphere, in: Puntscher Riekmann, S./Wessels W. (Eds.), The Making of a European Constitution. Dynamics and Limits of the Convention Experience. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften: 2006

The State of Europe. Transformations of Statehood from a European Perspective. Frankfurt: Campus 2004 (Ed. with Sonja Puntscher Riekmann und Michael Latzer)

Europas Identitäten. Mythen, Konflikte, Konstruktionen. Frankfurt: Campus 2003  (Ed. withGilbert Weiss und Rainer Bauböck)

URBANe Kulturen. Kunst und Kultur in der Stadtentwicklung am Beispiel von URBAN Wien Gürtel Plus. Innsbruck: Studien Verlag 2002 (with Shams Asadi)

Imaginierte Kulturen - reale Kämpfe. Annotationen zu Huntingtons "Kampf der Kulturen". Baden-Baden: Nomos 2000.


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