Jewish Migration and Diversity
in Vienna and Berlin (1881-1918)

The project was sponsored by Wiener Wissenschafts-, Forschungs- und Technologiefonds (WWTF). It runs for 27 months between December 2010 and February 2013.

Josef Ehmer
Prof Dr Josef Ehmer
Advisor

University of Vienna
Institute for Social and Economic History
Dr. Karl Lueger Ring 1
A-1010 Vienna

Tel. +43 1 4277 - 41311
eMail: josef.ehmer@univie.ac.at
Curriculum Vitae

Responsibilities within the project:
- Member of the core team of the project.
- Continuous discussion with and advice of researchers.
- Active participation at the conferences and workshops organised by the project team.
- Embedding the project into international scholarly networks.

Frans van Poppel
Prof Dr Frans van Poppel
Demography expert

Utrecht University
Department of Sociology
Heidelberglaan 2
NL-3584 CS Utrecht

Tel. +31 30 2534748
eMail: F.W.A.vanPoppel@uu.nl
Curriculum Vitae

Responsibilities within the project:
- research time and expertise
- provision of Dutch data for comparison

Andreas Weigl
Dr Andreas Weigl
Project partner

Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Stadtgeschichtsforschung
Gasometer D
A-1082 Vienna

Website
Curriculum Vitae

 

Responsibilities within the project:
- Active participation at the conferences and workshops organised by the project team.

Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Wolf-Erich Eckstein
Project partner

Israelitische Kultusgemeinde Wien
Seitenstettengasse 4
A-1010 Vienna


Website
Curriculum Vitae

Responsibilities within the project:
- management of the Jewish parish registers
- advisor for parish requests
- digitalisation of parish registers

Niko Wahl
Niko Wahl
Project partner

kollwitz/montefiore/wahl
Schleifmühlgasse 18
A-1040 Vienna


Website

 

Responsibilities within the project:
- Transformation and Integration of the scientific findings of the project into the international
travelling exhibition.
- Advise for the usage of scientific content in a public discussion.
- Active and collaborative work for the dissemination of findings and facilitating of communication
between science and society.