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Fall 2020 CAS Programming

Since its inception, the Center for Austrian Studies has offered a regular series of presentations by scholars in a wide variety of disciplines: the humanities, social sciences, fine arts, business, and medicine. CAS seminars range from descriptions of academic works-in-progress to presentations about more general subjects including reports of current events in Austria and Central Europe. The lectures are free; students, staff, and the public are cordially invited to attend.
The Habsburg Monarchy, 1618–1815

CAS Exclusive: Interview with Charles Ingrao, professor emeritus at Purdue University

Charles Ingrao is professor emeritus at Purdue University, a prodigious historian of Habsburg central Europe, and an advocate for active resolution in the countries of former Yugoslavia. He joins History PhD graduate student James Gresock to discuss the newly published third edition of his book, The Habsburg Monarchy: 1618-1815.

Join "The Marginal Revolutionaries" webinar HERE at 6pm on Mon, Apr 13

The Austrian School of Economics was a movement that has had a vast impact on economics, politics, and society, especially among the American right. In his collective biography, Janek Wasserman shows that in order to make sense of the continued influence, one must understand the backdrop against which the Austrians' philosophy was formed—notably, the collapse of the Austro‑Hungarian Empire and a half‑century of war and exile.

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