Im Reich der Zirkulation. Habsburg-Wissen im globalen Umfeld / Empire of Circulation. Habsburg Knowledge in its Global Settings

Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften Herder-Forschungsrat
Tschechische Akademie der Wissenschaften

Location: Johannessaal, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Doktor-Ignaz-Seipel-Platz 2, 1010 Vienna


Monday, 3 October 22

Faculty Seminar: Knowledge-Making, Interaction, and Circulation in Practice. Habsburg global (Feichtinger/Surman)

Sites and Styles of Imperial Knowledge-Production
Zrinko Novosel (Zagreb), The Professors at the Faculty of Law of the Royal Academy of Sciences in Zagreb as Agents of Knowledge Circulation
Tibor Bodnar-Királyi (Budapest), Political Knowledge in Production: A Decentered View of Eighteenth-Century Habsburg Central Europe
Miroslav Vašík (Prague), Students from “abroad” at the University of Prague
Daniela Haarmann (Vienna), Knowledge against Epidemics. Establishing a State-controlled Veterinary System in Habsburg Monarchy around 1800

Enablers and Enemies of Empire across Borders
Claudia Silvéra (Lisbon), In the Eyes of the King: Cartography and Imperial Administration
İlkay Kirişçioğlu (Rome), The Travels of a Bohemian Deserter: Forging a Transnational Narrative
Sven Mörsdorf (Florence), Austro-Hungarian Consuls: Actors and Intermediaries in Diplomacy and the Science of Empire

Get together (Wirtshaus oder Heuriger)

Tuesday, 4 October 22

Faculty Seminar: Habsburg Knowledge-Production (Fillafer/Mattes)

Courtiers and Cartographers: Connecting and Comparing Bohemia, c. 1600–1750
Neilabh Sinha (Leiden), Early Modern Eurasian Courtly Cultures: Natural History, Art, and Collecting at the courts of Jahangir and Rudolf II
Jitka Močičková, Michal Vokurka (Prague), View from the Outside: Bernard Ferdinand Erberg’s (SJ) topography of Bohemia and his Scientific Network in the Middle of the 18th Century

Intermarginal Modernity: Knowledge Circulating between Fringes
Lea Horvat (Jena), A Taste of Caffeinated Emancipation: Coffee, Cafés, and Gender in the Habsburg Empire (18th—Early 20th Century)
Oleksandr Svyetlov (Kharkiv ) On Ideas, Practices and Objects: The Religious Ingredient in “National Emancipation” during Times of Civilisational Ruptures: A Case Study of Andriy Sheptytsky (1865-1944)
Lucija Bakšić (Berlin), Intellectual Networks and Circulation of Individual Psychology in East-Central and South-East Europe in the First Half of the 20th Century
Thomas Musgrove (London), Expanding Central Europe: Global Perspectives on Habsburg Colonialism in Bosnia, 1878-1914

Lecture: Pamela Ballinger (Ann Arbor), Intimate Ecologies, National(ist) Science? Circulations of Marine Science along the Habsburg Littoral

Wednesday, 5 October 22

Faculty Seminar: Habsburgische Literaturen zwischen Regionalität und Transnationalität (Höhne/Stašková)

Bohemia as a Workshop of World Knowledge
Anna-Maria Pípalová (Cambridge), Depicting Bohemia for a Global Audience in the Works of Bohuslav Balbín
Jana Hunter (Oxford), Travel Writing, Temporality, and Embodied Experiences in Prague, c. 1848–1918
Jana Lainto (Helsinki), A ‘Danish Model’?: Transnational Networks and Circulation of Danish Agricultural Practices in Bohemia at the Turn of the Century

Die Künste
Eva Palkovičová (Bratislava), Eine andere Facette der nationalen Wiedergeburt – Alltäglichkeit, Feminität und Komik in der slowakischen Prosa der zweiten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts
David Vondráček (Prag), Wie tschechisch ist die tschechische Operette?
Jan Matonoha (Prague), Two Central-European authors, two varying „écriture“ of WWI?

Lecture : Pieter M. Judson (Florence): What to do with ‘Empire’ and ‘Circulation’?

Thursday, 6 October 22

Science across Empires: Comparison, Competition, Entanglements (Ballinger)
Lecture Jana Osterkamp (Munich/Leipzig): Comparing Habsburg Histoires Croisées

Opening of the IKT Annual Conference Der historische Vergleich: Erkenntnisgewinn und Kampfzone (6/7 Oktober)

Conference Dinner

Friday, 7 October 22

Annual Conference IKT: Der historische Vergleich: Erkenntnisgewinn und Kampfzone
Location: Campus of the Austrian Academy of Sciences