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Austrian Studies Newsmagazine

The Austrian Studies Newsmagazine (ASN), an English-language periodical published for over 20 years, is a clearinghouse for information on scholarly activities and opportunities that includes lively, thought-provoking interviews and feature articles offering scholarly perspectives on current events.

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and ongoing efforts to become a more sustainable institution, beginning in Fall 2020 (and until further notice) we will be issuing the ASN as a digital-only (though easily printable) publication. Please subscribe below to make sure you receive the next issue "hot off the (virtual) presses!"
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A limited run of print issues will be made available upon request.

Since Summer 1989 the ASN has been offered free of charge to subscribers around the world and is the only worldwide interdisciplinary English publication of its kind. The ASN's readership, which continues to grow, consists of:

  • students, who are introduced to interdisciplinary study of the region by receiving information about scholars, activities, and opportunities
  • scholars, who learn about international conferences, postdoctoral fellowships, archival holdings, and the work of colleagues in other countries and disciplines
  • an educated public of individuals, who learn about current developments in scholarship, current events in the region, and the relationship between the two

Access Back Issues of the ASN Here

Archived Issues of the ASN
Beginning with Volume 9 (1997), every issue of ASN can be accessed through the University of Minnesota Libraries digital conservancy
Here, you can explore an entire collection of past issues of the Austrian Studies Newsmagazine, annual reports, and working papers pertaining to the center and its research.

Submissions to the ASN

We also invite you to submit announcements or manuscripts to the ASN. Announcements may be sent to the editor by email, fax, or regular mail. For article submissions, we urge you to email the editor, Dylan Mohr, to discuss your proposal. He can be reached by email at mohrx144@umn.edu. Manuscripts should be sent as an email attachment and formatted in Word for either the Macintosh or the PC.