Personal Details: Demantowsky, Marko
Marko Demantowsky, PhD (*1970), holds the Chair of Public History at the Faculty Center for Transdisciplinary Historical and Cultural Studies at University of Vienna. Previously he was full professor for modern history and history education in Basel. Prior to this, he was assistant professor for history education in Bochum and interim professor in Jena and Siegen. Research assistant at the universities of Leipzig, Dortmund and Münster.
Marko Demantowsky has founded Public History Weekly in 2013.
His curent main research interests focus on a digitally based ethnology and history of Austrian places of remembrance of national relevance; the digital transformation of historiographic and public-historic practice; and the history and theory of Public History in the European 18th century.
„…dass da auch mal andere Kulturen, andere Menschen waren“. Ein Interview
We invited Hermann Parzinger to discuss his book, which illumines public history from a special perspective.
Die dunkle Seite des Mondes. Kulturelles Vergessen
With contribution by Thomas Hellmuth Monthly Editorial: May 2022 Abstract: The theme of this month’s issue of Public History Weekly and, subsequently, this editorial, is that which no longer exists... Read More ›
Sommerpause | Vacances d’été | Przerwa letnia | Летние каникулы | Pausa estiva | Vacaciones de verano | Férias de Verão | 暑假
Editorial break, we are in the summer holidays … We wish all our readers a great time, lots of rest and relaxation. We restart with a new issue on a Thursday in September. Although the comment box of our current initial contributions remains open all the time...
Landschaft und Identität
Monthly Editorial April 2021 | Einführung in den Monat April 2021 After conclusion of the April publication and OPR processes: completed with all names and DOIs on 28 April... Read More ›
Aus der Werkstatt: ein Zwischeneditorial
Copyright (c) 2020 by De Gruyter Oldenbourg and the author, all rights reserved. This work may be copied and redistributed for non-commercial, educational purposes, if permission is granted by the... Read More ›
Abstract: This is part 2 of the essay about the exceptional demands on university teaching in the digital-distant semester at the German-speaking universities forced by the corona crisis. The two... Read More ›
Public History in, from and about the Arab World | Public History in, aus und über die arabische Welt
The two editors of this month’s issue set out in search of a multilingual and multicultural discourse in relation to what is called the “Arab world”.
Präsenz der Lehre zwischen Prä- und Postcoronazän (1)
This essay draws cautious conclusions about the digital and distant arrangements enforced upon teaching and learning by the corona pandemic.