Univ.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Arno Strohmeyer

Arno Strohmeyer is the head of the project. He is Professor of Modern History at the University of Salzburg. During his time as head of the department, he established the e-journal historioPLUS. He is also Scientific and Deputy Director of the Institute for Modern and Contemporary Historical Research (INZ) at the Austrian Academy of Sciences. His research interests include peacekeeping, interculturality, religion and politics, and the history of diplomacy.

E arno.strohmeyer@sbg.ac.at
T 43 (0) 662 8044 4731
Department of History, University of Salzburg
Rudolfskai 42
5020 Salzburg/Austria
Room: 2023
https://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=23315

Christoph Würflinger MA

Christoph Würflinger is a doctoral candidate at the University of Salzburg. He focusses on diplomatic and cultural history as well as Habsburg–Ottoman relations in early modern history (project A).

E christoph.wuerflinger@sbg.ac.at
T 43 (0) 662 8044 4784
Department of History, University of Salzburg
Rudolfskai 42
5020 Salzburg/Austria
Room: 1028
https://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=208094

Anna Huemer Bakk. Komm. MA

Anna Huemer is a doctoral candidate and prae doc at the University of Salzburg. Her research interests include diplomatic history, Habsburg–Ottoman relations, cultural history, and gender history in the early modern period (project B).

E anna.huemer@sbg.ac.at
T 43 (0) 662 8044 4784
Department of History, University of Salzburg
Rudolfskai 42
A-5020 Salzburg/Austria
Room: 1028
https://www.uni-salzburg.at/index.php?id=208093

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Georg Vogeler MA

Georg Vogeler is Professor of Digital Humanities at the University of Graz. He focusses on late medieval financial administration, the reign of Frederick II, digital editions, digital diplomatics, and semantic technologies in the humanities. He is a member of several advisory and publishing boards, and has been a member of the executive committee of the „Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities“ since 2017. He is also chairman of the organizing team for the 2018 annual conference of the Association for Digital Humanities in the German Speaking Region. He is part of project C.

E georg.vogeler@uni-graz.at
T 43 (0) 316 380 8033
Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung –
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Elisabethstraße 59/3
A-8010 Graz/Austria
https://online.uni-graz.at/kfu_online/wbForschungsportal.cbShowPortal?pPersonNr=80075

Mag. Carina Koch MA

Carina Koch is a doctoral candidate at the University of Graz. She manages metadata for several projects at the Centre for Information Modelling at the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities (ZIM). Her work includes planning and designing data models, selecting metadata patterns, creating and maintaining controlled vocabularies, and quality management. She is part of project C.

E carina.koch@uni-graz.at
T 43 (0) 316 380 8014
Zentrum für Informationsmodellierung –
Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities
Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz
Elisabethstraße 59/3
A-8010 Graz/Austria
https://online.uni-graz.at/kfu_online/wbforschungsportal.cbshowportal?pPersonNr=96204

Dr. Lena Oetzel

Lena Oetzel works as PostDoc at the Department of History, University of Salzburg. She is specialized in  Early Modern Diplomatic History and the Peace of Westphalia. She advises the team with her expertise.

E lena.oetzel@sbg.ac.at
T +43 (0) 662 8044 4739
Department of History, University of Salzburg
Rudolfskai 42
Room: 2024
5020 Salzburg/Österreich

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Sandor Papp

Sandor Papp is Professor of Medieval and Early Modern History of Hungary at the University of Szeged. His main research interest is Ottoman–Hungarian relations. He leads two research projects about the reports of Imperial resident Simon Reniger (1649–1666), the peace treaties between the Hungarian kings and the Habsburg Emperors, and the Ottoman Empire.

E papps@hist.u-szeged.hu
T 36 (0) 62 544 015
Szegedi Tudományegyetem
Történeti Intézet, Középkori és Kora Újkori Magyar Történeti Tanszék
Egyetem utca 2
H-6722 Szeged/Hungary

Dr. Zsuzsanna Cziráki

Zsuzsanna Cziráki is a research assistant at the University of Szeged. Her research interests include the early modern history of Transylvania and Hungary, and Habsburg embassies at the Sublime Porte. She is currently working on a historical-critical edition of the reports of Imperial resident Simon Reniger (1649–1666).

E czzsuzsanna@gmail.com
T +36 30/406 2894
Martonosi utca 4
H-6725 Szeged/Hungary