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Marion Dotter

Member of project staff

The Emperor ’s Desk A location for political decision-making within the Habsburg Monarchy?

Specialist area: History
marion.dotter(at)collegium-carolinum.de

Fields of activity

Austrian history
Nobility, administrative and economic history
Academic European historical-cultural research
Contacts and relationships between the German and Italian-speaking regions from the early modern period to the present
Interdisciplinary connection of linguistic with historical methods

 

On the person

  • *1991
  • Degree-level studies in History and German Philology at the University of Vienna
  • Summer semester 2013: Tutor in the course "Geschichtswissenschaftliche Arbeitstechniken und Archivkunde" (“Working Techniques and Archiving Skills in the Historical Sciences”) at the Institute of History for the University of Vienna
  • 2013-2015: Researcher in the research project, "Der Donauhandel in der frühen Neuzeit. Der Donauhandel in der frühen Neuzeit. Die Zeit der österreichischen Protektionspolitik unter Kaiser Karl VI." (“Commerce on the Danube in early modern history. Survey and analysis of the toll records of the city of Aschach.  The time of Austrian protectionist policies under Emperor Charles VI (1718–1737)”) at the Institute for Austrian Historical Research at the University of Vienna
  • 2016-2017: Research Assistant under doctoral studies program management 41 at the Faculty of Historical and Cultural Studies at the University of Vienna
  • 2017, Completed undergraduate studies at the University of Vienna – Thesis: "Italienische Kaufleute im Donauhandel in der ersten Hälfe des 18. Jahrhunderts" (“Italian traders involved in Danubian commerce during the first half of the 18th century”).
  • 2017-2018: Researcher for the research project, "Die rechtliche Bedeutung des Vertrags von St. Germain" (“The legal implications of the Treaty of St.Germain”) at the institute for the fundamentals of legal sciences at the University of Graz and the institute for modern and contemporary historical research at the Austrian Academy of sciences
  • Since 2018: Researcher for the research project “The Emperor’s Desk.  A location for political decision-making” (the Collegium Carolinum and the Institute for Austrian Historical Research) – personal project: "Nobilitierungen und Adelsstandserhöhungen des Kaisertums Österreich in der Kabinettskanzlei zur Zeit Kaiser Franz Josephs (1849–1916)" (“Ennoblement and promotion within the nobility by the Austrian monarchy in the cabinet office of Emperor Franz Joseph (1849-1916)”). Also a doctoral student at the Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich on this topic

Scholarships / Awards   

  • Since 2015: Scholarship holder from Austrian educational charity “Pro Scientia”

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