Publications

Recent articles

2020, with Annick Wibben, Simone Wisotzki, Rirhandu Mageza-Barthel: “Gender and Security Studies Today”: A Conversation with Four Scientists [in German], in: Daniel, Antje/Mageza-Barthel, Rirhandu/Richter-Montpetit, Melanie/Scheiterbauer, Tanja (eds.): Gewalt, Krieg und Flucht. Feministische Perspektiven auf Sicherheit. Reihe Politik und Geschlecht Band 32, Verlag Barbara Budrich: Leverkusen.

2019, with Julia Sachseder: The gendered and racialized politics of risk analysis. The case of Frontex, in: Critical Studies on Security 7(2), 107-123.

2018, Beyond ‘Market’ and ‘State Feminism’: Gender Knowledge at the Intersections of Marketization and Securitization, in: Politics & Gender 15(1), 151-173.

2018, with Amanda Chisholm: Everyday Matters in Global Private Security Supply Chains: A Feminist Global Political Economy Perspective on Gurkhas in Private Security (reprint of Stachowitsch/Chisholm 2016), in: Elias, Juanita/Roberts, Adrienne (eds.): Feminist Global Political Economies of the Everyday, Routledge.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm: Military Markets, Masculinities, and the Global Political Economy of the Everyday: Understanding Military Outsourcing as Gendered and Racialised, in: Palgrave Handbook on Gender and the Military, eds. Claire Duncanson and Rachel Woodward, Palgrave MacMillan.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm: (Re)integrating Feminist Security Studies and Feminist Global Political Economy: Continuing the Conversation, in: Politics & Gender 13(4): 710-715 (Introduction to the “Critical Perspectives Section”).

2017, Blog post: „Feminist Global ‘Secureconomy’. Linking Global Political Economy and Global Security”, Progress in Political Economy (PPE), ppesydney.net, September 01.

2017, with Eva Kreisky: Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien, Böhlau.


Academic Publications

Books

2012, Gender Ideologies and Military Labor Markets in the US, London-New York: Routledge.

2006, with Vedran Džihić, Silvia Nadjivan and Hrvoje Paić: Concepts of Europe in Bosnia-Hercegovina, Croatia and Serbia [in German], Vienna: Braumüller.

Peer-reviewed articles

2019, with Julia Sachseder: The gendered and racialized politics of risk analysis. The case of Frontex, in: Critical Studies on Security 7(2), 107-123.

2018, Beyond ‘Market’ and ‘State Feminism’: Gender Knowledge at the Intersections of Marketization and Securitization, online in: Politics & Gender 15(1), 151-173.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm: (Re)integrating Feminist Security Studies and Feminist Global Political Economy: Continuing the Conversation, in: Politics & Gender 13(4), 710-715 (Introduction to the “Critical Perspectives Section”).

2016, with Amanda Chisholm, Everyday Matters in Global Private Security Supply Chains: A Feminist Global Political Economy Perspective on Gurkhas in Private Security, in: Globalizations, Online First, March 16.

2015, Military Privatization as a Gendered Process: A Case for Integrating Feminist International Relations and Feminist State Theories, in: Eichler, Maya (ed.): Gender and Private Security in Global Politics, Oxford University Press, 19-36.

2014, The Reconstruction of Masculinities in Global Politics: Gendering Strategies in the Field of Private Security, in: Men and Masculinities, Online First,  October 6.

2013, Military Privatization and the Remasculinization of the State: Making the Link Between the Outsourcing of Military Security and Gendered State Transformations, in: International Relations 27(1), 74-94.

2013, Professional Soldier, Weak Victim, Patriotic Heroine. Gender Ideologies in Debates on Women’s Military Integration in the US, in: International Feminist Journal of Politics 15(2), 157-176.

2012, Military Gender Integration and Foreign Policy in the United States. A Feminist IR Perspective, in: Security Dialogue 43(4), 305-21.

2010, with Eva Kreisky, Jewish Perspectives on the State: Cosmopolitism, Assimilationism and Zionism, in: Austrian Political Science Review (ÖZP), No. 4, 435-49. (German)

2008, Fighting Women. Military Labor Market Developments and Gender Ideologies in the US, in: Austrian Political Science Review (ÖZP), No. 2, 165-80.

Edited volumes

2017, with Eva Kreisky: Jewish Identities and Antisemitic Politics in the Austrian Parliament 1861 to 1933 [in German], Wien: Böhlau.

2017, mit Amanda Chisholm: (Re)integrating Feminist Security Studies and Feminist Global Political Economy: Continuing the Conversation, in: Politics & Gender 13(4) (“Critical Perspectives Section” featuring articles from Carol Cohn, Claire Duncanson, Juanita Elias, Maria Stern, et al.).

2009, with Matthias Falter, Marion Löffler, Thomas Schmidinger, Veronika Schwediauer (eds), Understanding Politics. 89 Concepts Concerning Eva Kreisky’s Work and Life [in German], Vienna: Braumüller.

Book chapters

2020, with Annick Wibben, Simone Wisotzki, Rirhandu Mageza-Barthel: “Gender and Security Studies Today”: A Conversation with Four Scientists [in German], in: Daniel, Antje/Mageza-Barthel, Rirhandu/Richter-Montpetit, Melanie/Scheiterbauer, Tanja (eds.): Gewalt, Krieg und Flucht. Feministische Perspektiven auf Sicherheit. Reihe Politik und Geschlecht Band 32, Verlag Barbara Budrich: Leverkusen.

2018, with Amanda Chisholm: Everyday Matters in Global Private Security Supply Chains: A Feminist Global Political Economy Perspective on Gurkhas in Private Security (reprint of Stachowitsch/Chisholm 2016), in: Elias, Juanita/Roberts, Adrienne (eds.): Feminist Global Political Economies of the Everyday, Routledge.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm: Military Markets, Masculinities, and the Global Political Economy of the Everyday: Understanding Military Outsourcing as Gendered and Racialised, in: Duncanson, Claire/Woodward, Rachel (eds.): Palgrave Handbook on Gender and the Military, Palgrave MacMillan.

2017, with Matthias Falter: Political Jewish Studies. Political Science Analysis of Jewish Political Representation and Participation [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds.):  Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien: Böhlau.

2017, with Eva Kreisky: Jewish Perspectives on the State: Cosmopolitism, Assimilationism and Zionism [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds.): Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien: Böhlau.

2017, with Matthias Falter: Development of Parliamentarianism and Political Integration of Jews in Austria [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds.): Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien: Böhlau.

2017, with Matthias Falter: Antisemitism and Jewish Politics in Parliament [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds.): Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien: Böhlau.

2017, with Matthias Falter: Jewish Representation and Antisemitism in the House of Lords in the Imperial Council 1861-1918 [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds.):  Jüdische Identitäten und antisemitische Politiken im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1933, Wien: Böhlau.

2013, with Matthias Falter: Antisemitism in the House of Deputies in the Habsburg monarchy [in German], in: Parlamentsdirektion (ed): Mark Twain. Report from Parliament 1898/1899, Vienna: ueberreuter, 111-115.

2012, with Matthias Falter: Anti-Semitism as a Political Strategy in Parliamentary
Discourse: Debates on Voting Rights in Austria from 1861 to 1918, in: Ruxandoiu, Liliana (ed):  Parliamentary Discourse across Cultures: Interdisciplinary Approaches, Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 49-60.

2012, with Matthias Falter: Political Jewish Studies. Theorizing Jewish Political Participation and Representation [in German], in: Kreisky, Eva/Löffler, Marion/Spitaler, Georg (eds): Theoriearbeit in der Politikwissenschaft. Einführung in den Umgang mit politischer Theorie, Vienna: Facultas, 269-282.

2010, Soldiers, Victims, Heroines and Monsters. A Cultural Materialist Perspective on Gender Ideologies in Media Debates on Women’s Integration into the US Military [in German], in: Thiele, Martina/Thomas, Tanja/Virchow, Fabian (eds): Medien – Krieg – Geschlecht. Affirmationen und Irritationen sozialer Ordnungen, Wiesbaden: Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften, 217-33.

2009, New Wars [in German], in: Falter, Matthias/Löffler, Marion/Schmidinger, Thomas/Schwediauer, Veronika/Stachowitsch, Saskia (eds): Politik begreifen. 89 Begriffe zu Eva Kreiskys Leben und Forschen, Vienna: Braumüller, 141-3.

2008, Personalization and Gendering of War Narratives. The Cases of Jessica Lynch and Lynndie England [in German], in: Sützl, Wolfgang/Wallnöfer, Doris (eds): Gewalt und Präzision. Krieg und Politik nach Ground Zero, Vienna: Turia&Kant, 165-86.

Other articles

2020, with Michael Stellwag and in cooperation with Clemens Binder: PESCO als „Game Changer”: Zur sicherheitspolitischen Akteursfähigkeit der EU und Österreichs Beitrag, in: oiip Working Paper 108, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2020, with Astrid Bergmann: COVID-19 und die UN Women, Peace and Security Agenda, in: oiip Corona-Papers 3, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2020, with Karen Knipp-Rentrop and Josefa Stiegler: Der EU Aktionsplan zur Frauen, Frieden, Sicherheit Agenda – Chancen und Herausforderungen für die Umsetzung der Agenda in Österreich, in: oiip Policy Brief, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2019, with Clemens Binder: Die Rückkehr der Geopolitik? Möglichkeiten und Limitationen geopolitischer Analysen, in: oiip Working Paper 105, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2018, with Clemens Binder and Vedran Dzihic: EU border politics – the humanitarian and geopolitical costs of externalization strategies in border security [in German], in: oiip Working Paper 101, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2017, with Clemens Binder: Critical Security Studies. An Overview [in German], in: oiip Working Paper 96, Austrian Institute for International Affairs.

2016, with Gina Waibel: Gender and Security Privatization: an Introduction [in German], in: SIAK Journal for Police Science and Practice, Security Academy of the Federal Ministry of the Interior.

2013, Media Portrayals of Military Women Reflect Recruitment Conditions, But Political Power Relations and Foreign Policy Contexts Matter As Well, in: USApp. Blog on American Politics and Policy of the London School of Economics and Political Science, Nov 12.

2013, Feminism and the Current Debates on Women in Combat, in: e-International Relations, Feb 19.

2013, The Military as a Socio-Political Laboratory [in German], in: info. Das Magazin des Wissenschaftsfonds 02/13, 36-40.

2012, with Matthias Falter: Viennese Jews in Parliament [in German]. Jewish Identity Politics, Regional Interests and Antisemitism Between 1861 and 1933, in: transversal. Zeitschrift für Jüdische Studien 13(1), 71-92.

2011, with Matthias Falter, Parliamentarianism, Democracy and Antisemitism: Combining Political Science and Jewish Studies [in German], in: DISS-Journal. Zeitung des Duisburger Instituts für Sprach- und Sozialforschung 21, 31-2.

2009, with Matthias Falter, Parliamentary Practice of the Jewish Club in the Austrian Parliament 1907 to 1911 [in German], in: Hecht, Dieter/Zentrum für Jüdische Kulturgeschichte der Universität Salzburg (eds): Die Jüdischnationale Partei in Österreich 1906 bis 1938, Chilufim. Zeitschrift für jüdische Kulturgeschichte, Vol. 7, 43-66.

2007, Gendering of War [in German], in: Historische Sozialkunde, Vol. 37, No. 3.


Conference Presentations & Workshops

Conference papers and presentations

2020, with Rocco Bellanova (University of Amsterdam): Talk: Risk analysis as political. How gender and race matter in the constitution of crisis in EU border management, Amsterdam Centre for European Studies – ACES, Oct. 27 (invited talk).

2019, The Externalization of EU Border Security, Participation at the Workshop, Austrian Institute for International Relations – oiip, Vienna, December 13.

2019, with Julia Sachseder and Clemens Binder: Feminist and Postcolonial Interventions into Critical Security Studies. Frontex and the Reproduction of Gendered and Racialized Insecurities at the External EU Borders, International Studies Association (ISA) 60th Annual Convention, Toronto, March 29.

2019, Why Neoliberal Governance Needs Populism and Nationalism, Chairing the oiip-Roundtable, International Studies Association (ISA) 60th Annual Convention, Toronto, March 28.

2018, Dealing with security issues [in German], Lecture at the 35th summer academy of the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Peace Castle Schlaining, Austria, July 11.

2018, with Amanda Chisholm: Decolonising Transnational Security Knowledges. The Case of EU Border Security, Frontex, and Private Military and Security Companies, International Studies Association (ISA) 59th Annual Convention, San Francisco, April 5.

2018, The Rise of Neo-Authoritarian Governmentality, Panel in cooperation with the Austrian Institute for International Affairs (OIIP), International Studies Association (ISA) 59th Annual Convention, San Francisco, April 8.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm (Newcastle University) and Sara Meger (University of Melbourne), Workshop: Feminist Global “Secureconomy”. Making the Link between Global Political Economy and Global Security, British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference, Brighton, June 13.

2017, Roundtable: The Imperial Legacy and Contemporary Europe, Conference: Empire, Socialism & Jews V: The Postwar Years, Duke, VGA, LBIGG, IFK & Wien Museum, Mai 24.

2017, Presentation: Military Outsourcing. A feminist/postcolonial perspective on the changing relation between gender, war, and the state, Interdisciplinary Workshop: “New Wars” and the Human Condition, Mai 10.

2016, with Aaron Belkin (San Francisco State University), Annick Wibben (University of San Francisco), und Sam Cook (UC Santa Cruz): Roundtable: What’s at Stake in the Conversation on Feminism and Militarism? University of San Francisco, November 18 (invited talk).

2016, Securitizing Gender. Feminism between Militarization and Neoliberalization, Workshop ‘Feminism and Militarism. Reflections on a Complicated Relationship’, University of San Francisco, November 18.

2016, with Amanda Chisholm, Workshop: The Gendered Political Economy of Security Commodification, Lecture series in the Area of Gender, Policy, and Global Inequalities, CEU, Budapest, May 5 (invited talk).

2015, with Amanda Chisholm: Markets, Men, and Mercenaries. Private Security through the Lens of Gender, Race, and Global Political Economy, IPW Lecture, Department for Political Science University of Vienna, October 29th.

2015, with Annick Wibben (University of San Francisco), Simone Wisotzki (HSFK): Roundtable – Gender and Security Studies today, Vorsicht Sicherheit! Legitimationsprobleme der Ordnung von Freiheit, German Association for Political Science Conference, Duisburg, September 21-25.

2014, with Amanda Chisholm: Globalising Security Labour Markets- Gendered and Racialized Patterns of Global Security Migration, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), Toronto, March 26-29.

2013, Neoliberal Security Regimes and the Reconstruction of International Politics as a Masculine Space, ConferencePolitical Masculinities: Structures, Discourses and Spaces in Historical Perspective’, University of Vienna, Nov. 15-17.

2013, with Amanda Chisholm: Gendered and Racialized Patterns of Global Security Migration, Workshop ‘Gendered Insecurities. Identity, Sexuality, and Global Responses to Violence and Conflict’, University of Bristol, Oct. 3-4.

2013, with Amanda Chisholm, Globalising Security Labour Markets: Revealing Gendered and Racialized Patterns in Global Security Migration and the Migrant Security Labourer, International Studies Association/Peace Science Society Joint International Conference, Budapest, June 26-29.

2013, with Paul Higate, The Problems of PMSCs or PMSCs as a Problem? Reflections on Gender Scholarship and the Legitimization of Violence in Private Security,  Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Francisco, April 3-6.

2013, Gender Mainstreaming in Private Security. A New Site of Interaction Between Gender Expertise, Global (In)security and Corporate Interests, 3rd European Conference on Politics and Gender (ECPG), Barcelona, March 21-23.

2012, (De)Constructing the ‘Hypermasculine’ Private Military Contractor – Critiques of Masculinity and the Legitimization of the Private Security Industry, Conference ‘Political Masculinities in Literature and Culture: from Early Modernism to Today’, University of Koblenz-Landau, Nov 30 to Dec. 2.

2012, Keeping Gender a ‘Dangerous’ Concept. Revisiting the Theory-Practice Relationship in the Context of Private Security, 2nd Private Military and Security Conference, London, Sept 28-29.

2012, Military Privatization as a Gendered Process: Possible Contributions of Feminist IR and Feminist State Theory, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), San Diego April 1-4.

2011, Military Gender Policies and the Gendering of War: What Can Be Expected from the Obama Administration?, 6th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Reykjavik, Aug. 24-27.

2011, Anti-Semitism as a Political Strategy in Parliamentary Discourse: The Case of the Austrian Parliament 1861 to 1933, Conference ‘Parliamentary Discourse across Cultures: Interdisciplinary Approaches’, Bucharest, Sept. 23-24.

2010, Gender Ideologies in the Debates on Military Women in the US: The Role of Interest Groups Inside and Outside the Military, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), New Orleans, Feb. 17-20.

2009, Women at War. US Military Policies and Gender Ideologies from the Persian Gulf War to the “War on Terror”, 6th General Conference of the European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Potsdam, Sept. 10-12.

2009, Changing Gender Ideologies Regarding War and the Military in the US, Annual Convention of the International Studies Association (ISA), New York, Feb. 15-18.

2008, Media Gender Ideologies as Effects of Civilian and Military Labor Market Developments in the US [in German], Conference “’Das erste Opfer des Krieges ist die … Emanzipation.’ Der Zusammenhang von Medien, Krieg, Geschlecht”, Salzburg, Oct. 2-3.

2007, From Liberalism to Modern Mass Politics. Parliamentary Anti-Semitism in the Habsburg Monarchy and the 1st Republic of Austria, 31st Annual Conference of the German Studies Association (GSA), San Diego, Oct. 4-7.

2007, Military Gender Constructions in the Era of “New Wars”, Transnational and Interdisciplinary Workshop Gender at the Border II, Purbach am Neusiedler See, May 3-6.

2007, The Austrian Parliament as a Space for Jewish Subject Constitution [in German], Conference ‘Jewish Spaces – Die Kategorie Raum im Kontext kultureller Identitäten’, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz, April 22-24.

Conference organization

2018, with Amanda Chisholm and Annik Wibben, Workshop: Militarization, Militarism, and Feminism. Rethinking Interrelations and Contradictions, Austrian Institute for International Affairs (OIIP), Vienna, June 29-30.

2017, with Amanda Chisholm and Sara Meger, BISA Workshop: Feminist Global “Secureconomy”. Making the Link between Global Political Economy and Global Security, British International Studies Association Annual Conference, Brighton, June 13.

2016, with Amanda Chisholm and Anna M. Agathangelou, Workshop: Feminist Global Imaginations: Building Bridges and Challenging Foreclosures, Newcastle University, June 23.-24.

2013, with Rahel Kunz, Audrey Reeves, Henri Myrttinen, and Paul Higate: Workshop ‘Gendered Insecurities. Identity, Sexuality, and Global Responses to Violence and Conflict’, University of Bristol, Oct. 3-4.


Public events & presentations

2020, Organizer and chair of IPW and Heinz Gärtner Lecture “The US Elections 2020 – What Future for Democracy, Social Movements, and Human Rights?” with Deva Woodly and Tina Kempin Reuter, online, November 30.

2020, Talk with Oya Günay (Executive Coach and Strategy Partner): “Diversity and Gender Equality in Academia”, online, October 8.

2020, Participation in the roundtable: “Women, Peace and Security: 20th anniversary roundtable”, King’s College London, online, September 23.

2019, Organizer and chair of IPW-lecture and oiip-Talk „Militarization needs Patriarchy – The brewing of a Toxic Mix“ with Cynthia Enloe, oiip, October 10.

2019, Introduction to Peter Jankowitsch Lecture “The Future of Transatlantic Relations: Looking Beyond President Trump” with Alexandra de Hoop Scheffer, oiip, October 10.

2019, with Barbara Prainsack co-organizer und co-chair of IPW-Lecture „Europe Has to Get Its Act Together” with Eugen Freund, May 20.

2019, Introduction to Heinz Gärtner-Lecture „The Domestic Determinants of US Foreign Policy, or Why Europenas Don’t Understand Americans (But Think They Do)“ with Dan Hamilton, oiip, May 14.

2019, Organizer of IPW-Lecture „Warum der kolumbianische Friedensvertrag keinen Frieden bringen wird: Das Zusammenspiel von transnationalem Kapital, Geschlecht und ‚race‘ in der Produktion von politischer Gewalt“ [in German] with Julia Sachseder, May 8.

2019, Presentation about Eva Kreisky as a new honorary member of the ÖGPW „Innovationen und Herausforderungen in der politikwissenschaftlichen Lehre“ [in German], IHS, January 17.

2019, Participation in the panel discussion: „Die Zäune hoch, die Grenzen dicht – Sicherheit als dominanter gesellschaftlicher Diskurs“[in German], DUK, January 15.

2018, Organizer and chair of IPW-lecture: “Gendered Militaries. How Gender Matters in and for Armed Forces” with Megan Bastick and Helena Carreiras, Dezember 3.

2018, Organizer and chair of oiip-panel discussion: “Fluchtpunkt Gender. Perspektiven auf Migration, Flucht, Asyl und Geschlecht” [in German] with Livia Styp-Rekowska, Sabine Mandl and Judith Haller, Austrian Institute for International Affairs (oiip), Oktober 2.

2018, Participation in the panel discussion: “Militarism: Why Gender Matters”, Vienna Humanities Festival, September 30.

2018, Organisation and chair of the IPW-lecture “Militarism. US and European Perspectives in the Age of (Neo)Authoritarianism” mit Aaron Belkin, Gunhild Hoogensen Gjorv, Annick Wibben, June 29.

2018, Organisation and chair of the IPW-lecture “Humanitarian Borderwork” mit Polly Pallister-Wilkins (University of Amsterdam), June 13.

2018, Organisation and chair of the oiip-talk „Can Women Stop War?“ with Swanee Hunt, Österreichisches Institut für Internationale Politik (oiip), April 19.

2018, Keynote: „Future Strategists Hub“, Netzwerk Shabka, March 7.

2017, Organisation and chair of the IPW-lecture “Reproducing Security Markets. The Household in the Global Recruitment of Security Workforces” with Amanda Chisholm (Newcastle University), December 6.

2017, Participation in the panel discussion: “Erleben wir eine autoritäre Wende? Trends und Folgen für die internationale Politik” [in German], Austrian Institute for International Affairs, November 21.

2017, Participation in the panel discussion: “Politics with the Wall – Donald Trump and the Prespectives of Latin America and Europe” [in German: Politik mit der Mauer – Donald Trump und Perspektiven für Lateinamerika und Europa], Diplomatic Academy of Vienna, Juni 19.

2017, Organisation and chair of the IPW-lecture “Gender Stereotyping in the Military” with Cornelia Weiss (US Airforce), May 11.

2017, Organisation and chair of the IPW-lecture “Rape Loot Pillage. The Political Economy of Sexual Violence in Armed Conflict” wirh Sara Meger (CEU), March 23.

2016, Presentation “Masculinities and the Privatisation of Violence” [in German: Männlichkeiten und die Privatisierung von Gewalt], Gender Talk of the Association White Ribbon (Men against violence of men), Austria, April 12.

2016, Participation in the panel discussion: “Questions of Security” [in German: Sicherheitsfragen], Volkstheater/Rote Bar, March 6.

2012, Participation in the panel discussion: A professional army as future perspective for the Austrian armed forces [in German: Das Profiheer als Zukunftsperspektive für unser Bundesheer], Renner Institut, November 28.

Online presentation: Jewish members of the Austrian parliament 1861-1938 [in German]: Jüdische Abgeordnete im österreichischen Parlament 1861 bis 1938]

2009, Research project presentation: Parliamentarianism, Judaism, Antisemitism: Jewish members of the Austrian parliament 1861-1938 [in German: Parlamentarismus, Judentum, Antisemitismus: Jüdische Abgeordnete im österreichischen Parlament 1861-1938], Epstein Lecture of the Austrian  Parliament, November 10.


TV, online and print media

2020

Podcast with Jamie Hagen: “Women, Peace and Security: The Privatisation of War“, War Studies podcast, King’s College London, 26.11.2020.

Comment: “US-Wahl: Positive Signale oder echte Veränderung?” [in German], in: uni.view, 9.11.2020.

2019

Article with Clemens Binder: “Frontex – das Symbol einer scheiternden EU-Grenzpolitik[in German], in: Der Standard, 20.08.2019.

2018

Article: “EU-Außengrenzen: Die schmutzige Arbeit machen die anderen” [in German], in: Der Standard, 14.11.2018.

Research portrait: “Krieg ist keine Männersache” [in German], oeaw.ac.at, 28.09.2018.

Podcast with Amanda Chisholm: “Gender, Race and their Interrelations with Violence“, oiip podcast, 10.09.2018.

Podcast: “Pod schütze Österreich – Reden zur Lage der Nation(en)” [in German], Episode 6 Terror und Fall des Territoriums, festwochen.at and Radio Orange 94.0, 19.5.2018.

2017

Interview: “Wenn Frauen zu den Waffen greifen” [in German], science.orf.at, 15.12.2017.

Radio program: “Kepler-90, Amazonen” [in German], Wissen aktuell Ö1, 15.12.2017.

Interview: „Demokratie als Rechtfertigung für undemokratisches Handeln?“ [in German], uni:view Magazin, 22.11.2017.

Blog post: „Feminist Global ‘Secureconomy’. Linking Global Political Economy and Global Security”, Progress in Political Economy (PPE), ppesydney.net, 01.09.2017.

Radio program: „Wenn (rhetorisch) die Säbel rasseln“ [in German], Punkt eins Ö1, 11.08.2017.

Radio program: “Die Mauer im Kopf – Mexiko in Zeiten von Donald Trump” [in German], Journal Panorama Ö1, 04.07.2017.

2016

Article: “Das Leben ist einfach nicht risikolos” [in German], Angela Heide, 6.04.2016.

Video & Article: Military gender roles and privatization [in German], FWF, 3.05.2016.

Article: Private Securities: spreading fear or necessary evil [in German], Wien Orf.at, 20.03.2016.

2015

Interview: “Mehr privat, weniger Staat” [in German], ZIB Magazin, August 18, 2015.

Article: Security Cowboys in Suits [in German], diestandard.at, April 23, 2015.

2014

Article: Military, Security Companies and Gender Relations [in German], uni:view Magazin, April 09, 2014.

Interview: State or Market? G4S as an Example of Privatized Security [in German], Malmoe 65/2014, p. 18-19.

2013

TV-report: Security as a Commercial Good [in German: „Käufliche Sicherheit“], ORF program „Report“, November 12, 2013.

Article on my research project: The military forces as socio-political laboratory [in German], in: info – magazine of the FWF (Austrian Science Fund), no 2/13, p. 36-40.

Interview in: Michael Schmölzer: Urban Warfare  – for Women As Well. The Military Opens its Combat Troops for Female Soldiers. [in German: Häuserkampf – auch für Frauen. Das US Militär öffnet Kampftruppen für Soldatinnen], Wiener Zeitung, January 24, 2013.

2012

cited in: Augusta Dachs: „At Attention! Or Weapons Down?“ [in German: Die Waffen nieder! Oder doch: Habt Acht?], diestandard.at, October 24, 2012.

2011

Research feature: Karin Krichmayr (2011): Battlefield of the Sexes. [in German: Schlachtfeld der Geschlechter, Rubrik ‚Geistesblitz‘], Der Standard, November 30, 2011.

article: Will There Soon Be More Women in the Army? [in German: Bald mehr Frauen beim Bundesheer?], orf.science.at: November, 4, 2011.

2009

TV-report: Jewish Members of Parliament [in German:„Jüdische Abgeordnete“], ORF program „Hohes Haus“, November, 15, 2009.

article: Hostility in Parliament [in German: „Angefeindet im Parlament. PolitikwissenschaftlerInnen der Universität Wien beschäftigten sich in einem Projekt mit der Geschichte jüdischer Abgeordneter im österreichischen Parlament von 1861 bis 1938“], in: Progress. Magazin der Österreichischen Hochschülerschaft 02/2009, p. 16.