Daniel Unowsky

Central and Eastern European History; Nations and Nationalism; Modern Jewish History; Festivals and Public Celebrations; European Monarchy in the Modern Era. My book, The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism: Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848-1916, was published by Purdue University Press in the fall of 2005. At the center of my work lies the tension between state patriotism and ethnic/national identity in the Habsburg Monarchy. I have published a number of articles related to this project. With Laurence Cole of East Anglia University in the United Kingdom, I am editing a volume of essays on imperial patriotism and dynastic celebration in Habsburg central and eastern Europe. I have begun research on my next project, which concerns a wave of anti-Jewish riots by Polish peasants in 1898 in Galicia, once a Habsburg province and now divided between Poland and Ukraine. This book-length study will explore anti-Semitism, peasant political mobilization, Polish nationalism, and Austro-Hungarian political and ethnic conflicts in the second half of the nineteenth century. Courses taught Nations and Nationalism in Europe; Europe 1914-1945; Modern Europe, 1789-Present; Germany and East Central Europe, 1740-1914; Europe 1900: Politics, Culture, and Society; Modern Germany; Europe in the Nineteenth Century; Readings in Modern European Jewish History

Bibliography from Purdue University Press