Inaugural CAS Undergraduate Journal "Central Europe" now available!

The Center for Austrian Studies is pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of Central Europe Yearbook. The issue can be found here: It features six articles and two digital projects that cover a range of topics from German diplomats in Istanbul to feud culture in the Holy Roman Empire, from sexology in Weimar Germany to dramatic developments of the Prague Spring.

The editors—Cathleen Giustino, Darin Hayton, Howard Louthan, Tim Olin, and Lisa Scott—are currently seeking submissions for the second issue, which will be published in fall 2020. Please spread the word among students and encourage them to submit projects and proposals to the journal. 

The Yearbook is a venue for undergraduates working on Central European topics to publish their scholarship and work in tandem with professors, independent scholars, graduate students, and undergraduates from various institutions across the country and internationally. The journal is open access, and its online platform provides an outlet for a wide array of scholarly projects. In addition to traditional forms of scholarship, the journal is particularly interested in the development of the digital humanities in the study of the region. Submissions can include academic articles, GIS maps, interactive resources, games, VLOGs, or any other compelling union of technology and research. 

More information about the journal can be found on the journal’s website. If you have any questions, please contact the editors at  

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