Elisabeth Luif

Country: 
Austria
Year of Enrollment: 
2020

I am a historian with a background in social sciences and experience in public history projects. My main research interests include transnational perspectives on European history in the 20th century, interwar fascism and labor history. In my dissertation project I investigate policies and integration strategies towards the working class by the authoritarian regimes in Austria and Greece during the 1930s. I compare both regimes within the framework of comparative fascist studies to discuss similarities and differences as well as to relate my findings to existing theories of generic fascism.

Qualification

MA in History, University of Vienna / visiting student at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2020)
Mag. (Diploma Program) in International Development, University of Vienna (2014)

Thesis

Supervisor