20 November: Book Presentation & Conversation "Die Ehemaligen"

Margit Reiter, new professor for European Contemporary History at the Department of History since WS 2019, presents her new book "Die Ehemaligen" in HS 381, GesWi, Rudolfskai 42, on 20 November.

Margit Reiter hat die erste umfassende Geschichte zur (frühen) FPÖ und ihrem Verhältnis zum Nationalsozialismus vorgelegt. Sie füllt damit nicht nur eine eklatante Forschungslücke, sondern hat auch ein politisch hoch aktuelles Buch verfasst.

Am MI 20.11. stellt die Historikerin ihr Buch "Die Ehemaligen. Der Nationalsozialismus und die Anfänge der FPÖ" vor. Anschließend diskutiert sie im Podiumsgespräch mit Robert Eiter die Aktuelle Relevanz ihrer Forschungsergebnisse.

Robert Eiter ist Mitbegründer der Welser Initiative gegen Faschismus und Sprecher des Oberösterreichischen Netzwerks gegen Rassismus und Rechtsextremismus.

Moderation: Robert Obermair, erinnern.at.

Buchpräsentation und Gespräch
"Die Ehemaligen" - Univ.-Prof. Dr. Margit Reiter
MI 20.11.2019, 18 Uhr, HS 381, GesWi, Rudolfskai 42


Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Margit Reiter

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