Markus Rheindorf teaches applied linguistics at the University of Vienna and Central European University, and specializes in critical discourse studies and academic writing. He has received fellowships from the International Centre for Cultural Studies and the Institute for Human Sciences, Vienna. His recent publications include Revisiting the Toolbox of Discourse Studies: New Trajectories in Methodology, Open Data and Visualization (2019).
Ruth Wodak and Markus Rheindorf
Using a range of theoretical and empirical approaches to identity politics, collective memory and commemoration, this book traces the re-emergence of nationalism in the media, popular culture and politics, and the normalization of far-right nativist ideologies and attitudes in Austria between 1995 and 2015.
Identity Politics Past and Present - Political Discourses from Post-War Austria to the Covid Crisis