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Mag. Kathrin Raminger, BA

e-mail: kathrin.raminger(at)univie.ac.at


She worked as a doctoral fellow at the Department of Contemporary History of the University of Vienna in the Doctoral College European Historical Dictatorship and Transformation Research from 2009-2012. In February 2013 she was a research fellow at the Ibero-Amerikanisches-Institut in Berlin. She currently works as an editor in the publishing sector and as a guide for the Mauthausen Komitee Österreich within the project denk mal wien.


„Representing portugalidade, constructing the Portuguese <other>. Art exhibitions in colonial settings and their political functions during the Portuguese Estado Novo (1933- 1974)”. In: Oliveira, Leonor/Vlachou, Foteini (eds.), Collecting and Displaying in Portugal: From João V to the Estado Novo, London/New York: Routledge (publication forthcoming 2016).

„Verehrung wider Willen: António de Oliveira Salazar. – Die visuelle Repräsentation eines unsichtbaren Diktators“. In: Meyer, Marion/ Deborah Klimburg-Salter (Hg.), Visualisierungen von Kult, Köln/Weimar/Wien: Böhlau Verlag, 2014, pp. 138-173.

„Fortschritt in abstrakter Form: Eine US-amerikanisch – spanische Annäherung in Bildern (1951-1964)“. In: ILCEA, Revue de l’Institut des langues et cultures d’Europe et d’Amerique, 16/2012 (La culture progressiste à l’époque de la guerre froide), Éditions Littéraires et Linguistiques de l’Université de Grenoble. Online: URL: <http://ilcea.revues.org/index1327.html>.


Legacies of War and Dictatorship in Contemporary Portugal and Spain, Alison Ribeiro de Menezes and Catherine O’Leary (eds.) (2011), Oxford: Peter Lang (Iberian and Latin American Studies: The Arts, Literature and Identity, 1), xvii + 270 pp. In: International Journal of Iberian Studies (IJIS), Vol. 26, Numbers 1 & 2 (June 2013), pp. 120-121. (with Tobias Reckling)

Conference talks

„Saber ser português: Exhibition Politics, Artistic Representation and the Construction of an Imperial Portuguese Identity during the Salazarist Estado Novo (1933-1974)“. (33rd Annual Conference of the Association for Contemporary Iberian Studies (ACIS), King’s College London, 4-6 September 2012).

„Salazarism and Francoism: Portuguese-Spanish bilateral relations as mirrored by their exhibition politics (1936-1974)“. (I International Graduate Conference on Portuguese Modern and Contemporary History: „Portugal in the last two centuries“, Centro de Estudos de História Contemporânea, Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, 21-23 June 2012).

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