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Lukas Stadler M.A.

Lukas Stadler
Research assistant at the Ignatz Bubis Endowed Chair for the History, Religion and Culture of European Jewry

Lukas Stadler M.A.

Consultation hours by appointment via e-mail

Since 2020

Assistant at the Ignatz Bubis Endowed Chair (HfJS Heidelberg)

January 2022 until October 2022

Study coordinator of the project "New Gallia-Germania Judaica" (HfJS Heidelberg)


Research assistant at the Chair for the History of the Jewish People (HfJS Heidelberg)

Research assistant at the Ignatz Bubis Endowed Chair (HfJS Heidelberg)

Since 2022: Doctorate

Between "Conservative Revolution" and Zionist Upheaval - The Jewish Georgian Edith Landmann as Ideologist.

Since April 2023 funded by a doctoral scholarship from the Ernst Ludwig Ehrlich Studienwerk (ELES)

HfJS Heidelberg

2018-2021: Master's program "Jewish Studies - History of Jewish Cultures"

Focus on Jewish history of the Middle Ages and the 19th century in the German-speaking world

Thesis on the history of Judaism in the Margraviate and Duchy of Austria until 1278 in selected historiographical works until 1938 (Prize of the Friends of the HfJS for the best Master's thesis of the year 2020/2021).

HfJS Heidelberg and Karl-Franzens-University Graz

2017-2020: Master's degree program in historical sciences

Focus on transformation processes in the transition from the late modern period to contemporary history

Thesis on the genesis of the interdependence of anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism in the German Empire up to the First World War

Karl-Franzens-University Graz

2014-2017: Bachelor's degree in historical sciences

Supplementary subject Law (1st diploma)

Final thesis on proto- and early Zionist concepts of thought

University of Graz

Summer semester 2024

Alterity, Stereotypes and Enemy Images - Perceptions of Judaism in Antiquity and Modernity (in collaboration with Christopher Decker)

Winter semester 2023/2024

German images of antiquity in the long 19th century (in collaboration with Dr. Jonas Osnabrügge)

Introduction to academic work

Summer semester 2023

Judaism in the German-speaking world in the 19th century

Winter semester 2022/2023

Major Trends in European Judaism(s) 1780-1930 (in collaboration with Prof. Dr. Johannes Heil and Prof. Dr. Johannes Becke)

Winter semester 2022/2023

The long 19th century of Jewish emancipation in Austria

Summer semester 2022

Sources on the history of Austrian Jewry

Summer semester 2021

Jewish Diaspora Cultures 1848-1939 (under the direction of Prof. Dr. Johannes Heil)

  • Tensions between religion and modernity and social transformation processes in the 19th century
  • History of ideology after 1848
  • Jewish history in Austria
  • Research into anti-Semitism

  • Association of Historians in Germany, member


Stadler Lukas, review of: Martina Hartmann, Annette Marquard-Mois, Maximilian Becker (eds.), Zwischen Vaterlandsliebe und Ausgrenzung. Die jüdischen Mitarbeiter und Mitarbeiterinnen der Monumenta Germaniae Historica, Wiesbaden 2023, in: Francia Recensio 2 (2024).

Stadler Lukas, A "Jewish country" in the West? On the genealogy of the interference of anti-Semitism and anti-Americanism up to the USA's entry into the First World War using the example of Werner Sombart's oeuvre, in: Trumah. Zeitschrift der Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg 25 (2022), p. 155-177.

Stadler Lukas, review of: Gregor Gatscher-Riedl, From Habsburg to Herzl. Jewish Student Culture in Central Europe 1848-1948, Berndorf 2021, in: Trumah. Zeitschrift der Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg 26 (2022).