Ordering Diversity. Concepts of Federalism in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its Successor States
Project term: August 2012-September 2019
Project leader: Dr Jana Osterkamp
Funded by the Emmy Noether Junior Research Group (DFG)
How does federalism shape social diversity? And how does social diversity shape federalist concepts of order? These are the central questions addressed by a social history of federalism, a history of federalism ‘from below’.
The Emmy Noether Junior Research Group ‘Ordering Diversity. Concepts of Federalism in the Austro-Hungarian Empire and its Successor States’ is funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) and has been based at the Collegium Carolinum since May 2012. More...
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