ADMINISTORY is published jointly by the Institute of Austrian Historical Research (IÖG) and the Swiss Federal Archives (SFA) in cooperation with the Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History, Frankfurt.
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ADMINISTORY is published once a year and covers a wide range of perspectives, from biographical to discourse analysis. Spanning multiple eras and with an international orientation that extends beyond Europe, it raises awareness of continuities and fractures, and enables exchange between national knowledge cultures and epistemic communities. In order to retain focus while encouraging that diversity, each individual volume of the yearbook is devoted to a specific topic that creates space for dialogue. In addition to articles on that topic, there is an open area containing articles on current issues relating to the history of states and administrations, in particular methodological innovations, and research reports.
ADMINISTORY aims to foster debate on the history of states and administrations. With its innovative articles and broad methodological and theoretical spectrum, the yearbook is a key interface between historical and cultural science research, and discussions on the state and administration in the social, legal and political sciences. ADMINISTORY publishes articles in English and German.
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Editor-in-Chief Peter Becker, University of Vienna, Austria
Deputy Editor Stefan Nellen, Swiss Federal Archives, Switzerland
Managing Editor Franz Adlgasser, Austrian Academy of Science, Austria
Editorial Advisory Board Arndt Brendecke, University of Munich, Germany John Deak, University of Notre Dame, USA Caroline Dufour, York University, Canada Stefan Fisch, German University of Public Administration, Germany Elisabeth Gruber, University of Salzburg, Austria Waltraud Heindl, University of Vienna, Austria Pavel Himl, University of Prague, Czech Republic Olivier Ihl, Sciences Po Grenoble, France Patrick Joyce, University of Manchester, United Kingdom Christine Lebeau, University of Paris, France Fredrik Lindström, Lund University, Sweden Anna Gianna Manca, University of Trento, Italy Petr Mat’a, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Austria Brigitte Mazohl, University of Innsbruck, Austria Jana Osterkamp, Collegium Carolinum, Germany Magdalena Pöschl, University of Vienna, Austria Nico Randeraad, Maastricht University, Netherlands Birgit Sauer, University of Vienna, Austria Martin Scheutz, University of Vienna, Austria Anton Tantner, University of Vienna, Austria Werner Telesko, Austrian Academy of Science, Austria Markus Twellmann, University of Konstanz, Germany Frits van der Meer, Leiden University, Netherlands Thomas Winkelbauer, University of Vienna, Austria
Editors Peter Collin, Max-Planck-Institute for European Legal History, Germany
Cover Art Lena Appl (Volume 1 and 2) Elif Süsler (Volume 3)
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