Vita

 

PD Dr. Wolfram Aichinger

E-mail:                 wolfram.aichinger@univie.ac.at
Born:                   1. September 1963, Linz, Austria
Married to:         Dr. Larissa Aichinger-Drechsler
Children:             Gabriel, Florentin, Marie, Johannes, Felix

Areas of research:

  • Childbirth
  • Comedy
  • Calderón
  • social and cultural history of Spain
  • Theory of literature, rhetorics

 

Education

1996 – 1998 
Graduate course on Historical Anthropology

1993 – 1998 
Language teacher and PhD study in Spanish literature

1984 – 1992
Study of Romance languages (Spanish/ French) and History, University of Vienna: Magister of Philosophy

1974 – 1982
Akademisches Gymnasium Linz

Work

Since winter term 2011
Senior Lecturer for Spanish culture and civilization, literature, literary theory and translation at the Departments of Romance Languages, University of Vienna and University of Klagenfurt

Winter term 2012
Guest professor at the University of Bratislava

Summer term 2012
Guest professor at the University of Heidelberg

Winter term 2011
Research fellow at the IFK (Internationales Forschungszentrum Kulturwissenschaften) Vienna

Summer term 2011
Guest professor at the University of Salzburg

Summer terms 2010, 2011
Guest professor at the University of Innsbruck

2004 – 2010
Assistant professor at the Department of Romance Languages, University of Vienna

Summer term 2009
Guest professor at the Department of Romance Languages, University of Salzburg

2006
University Teaching Qualification (Habilitation) in Hispanic and French literary studies and literary theory at the University of Vienna

2004 – 2006
Research project The Fire of Saint Anthony and the Antonite Order in Spain and Austria

2001 – 2002
Assistant professor at the Department of Romance Languages, University of Vienna

1999 – 2001
Research project Die ‚Querelle des Femmes‘ in der Iberoromania; full-time involvement

1999 – 2000
Collaborator in the research project in Historical Anthropological Cultural Studies at the IFF in Vienna

Awards

2004
Michael Mitterauer-Prize for research on the Antonite Order in Spain.