Index

An overview of all themes of the World of the Habsburgs

  1. Reigns and Rulers I

    955–1291

  2. Of Reading and Writing

    1200–1850

  3. Country Life in the Middle Ages

    1273–1500

  4. Townscapes

    1273–1500

  5. Holy Business

    1273–1500

  6. The Birth of a Dynasty

    1278–1476

  7. The Hofburg

    1278–1918

  8. Art and ‘junk’ – the Habsburgs and their cabinets of art and curiosities

    1278–1835

  9. Reigns and Rulers II

    1282–1406

  10. The Land of Monasteries

    1282–1790

  11. With Trumpets and Drums

    1296–1918

  12. Knowledge is Power

    1348–1900

  13. Reigns and Rulers III

    1404–1500

  14. Tu felix Austria nube

    1430–1570

  15. The Habsburgs in Sound and Image

    1450–1918

  16. Habsburg against Turkey and France

    1453–1739

  17. ‘Es gibt nur a Kaiserstadt, es gibt nur a Wien’ – ‘There’s only one imperial city, there’s only one Vienna’...

    1478–1913

  18. Reigns and Rulers IV

    1486–1618

  19. Below Ground

    1500–1739

  20. Worlds of Delight

    1500–1739

  21. Travelling in the Service of the Monarch

    1500–1740

  22. Good. Better. Habsburg.

    1500–1650

  23. Innovations

    1500–1648

  24. Of Witches, Barber-surgeons and Healers

    1500–1740

  25. The ‘Household-Family’ – Living and Working Together

    1500–1740

  26. Learning to Shop at the Grocer’s

    1500–1648

  27. Knowledge of Medicine in the Early Modern Era

    1500–1740

  28. In His Majesty’s Service

    1500–1650

  29. Of global empires and dream worlds

    1500–1739

  30. Reformation and Counter-Reformation. A New Era

    1500–1740

  31. Glassworks, Paper Mills and Fish Ponds

    1500–1648

  32. Shaken by Crises

    1500–1648

  33. A Tripartite Society and Social Conflict

    1500–1740

  34. Baroque splendour for Church and Emperor

    1550–1730

  35. Schönbrunn – the Habsburgs’ imperial showpiece

    1569–1918

  36. Reigns and Rulers V

    1595–1740

  37. ‘We must have spectacle.’

    1600–1800

  38. The Thirty Years’ War

    1617–1648

  39. With Pomp and Splendour

    1649–1791

  40. Habsburg’s nobility

    1649–1739

  41. ‘For the diversion of the public and Your Majesty’

    1700–1790

  42. Alla turca

    1700–1913

  43. ‘A Kind of Frenzy’

    1711–1918

  44. Love Stories and Marriage Business

    1736–1913

  45. What do the emperor’s apartments look like? What about middle-class households?

    1740–1918

  46. The Dream of Affluence

    1740–1792

  47. Pulling Threads

    1740–1848

  48. A Question of food

    1740–1792

  49. On Land, on Water and in the Air

    1740–1792

  50. No Borders But There Are Restrictions

    1740–1792

  51. Emperor, King, Nobleman, Burgher, Peasant, Beggarman

    1740–1913

  52. Financial Affairs

    1740–1792

  53. ‘Better a mediocre peace than a glorious war’

    1741–1814

  54. Where the Emperor and the People Meet

    1741–1919

  55. Secondary Arenas

    1741–1914

  56. In Habsburg Lands

    1741–1913

  57. Reigns and Rulers VI

    1741–1814

  58. Christkind, St Nicholas & Christmas trees

    1741–1913

  59. The (Virtuous) Souls of the Monarchy

    1751–1787

  60. Exploring new horizons

    1751–1884

  61. Exotic and Fascinating – or Discriminated, Outlawed, Alienated and Excluded – ‘Foreign’ Elements in the Mon...

    1753–1893

  62. Wolfgang Amadé Mozart and the Imperial Court at Vienna

    1756–1791

  63. Concern for the welfare of the Empire’s subjects

    1757–1790

  64. (Re-)organizing the city

    1770–1913

  65. Social change in the Enlightenment

    1773–1784

  66. Schools and Education

    1774–1784

  67. Unification of Europe à la Napoléon

    1789–1821

  68. The Monarchy in Upheaval

    1789–1910

  69. ‘It’s like declaiming on a beach facing out to sea’

    1800–1918

  70. The Habsburg monument cult

    1800–1938

  71. Classical Music in Nineteenth-Century Vienna

    1800–1918

  72. Napoleon and Marie Louise

    1810–1815

  73. Reigns and Rulers VII

    1814–1918

  74. Putting (Central) Europe in Order

    1814–1918

  75. From the Magnificent City Centre to the Disreputable Suburbs

    1815–1918

  76. The Monarchy Becomes Modern

    1815–1913

  77. Money Does (Not) Matter

    1815–1918

  78. Of Financial Watchmen, Happy Savers and Suicides

    1815–1913

  79. The Production of Progress

    1815–1913

  80. War and Peace

    1830–1918

  81. (Im)Morality and (Dis)Order in the Imperial House

    1839–1918

  82. Downstairs and Upstairs

    1848–1913

  83. The Battle for a Political Voice

    1848–1918

  84. Shopping in the Days of Franz Joseph

    1848–1913

  85. High society – social life in the imperial capital

    1850–1900

  86. Elisabeth – icon and outsider

    1854–1898

  87. The Ringstrasse as a liberal, middle-class arena

    1857–1914

  88. Architectural Splendour

    1857–1913

  89. Died of Unnatural Causes

    1863–1918

  90. Decline and Fall

    1889–1918

  91. Habsburgs in Exile – the Dynasty after 1918

    1918–2300

  92. Pietas Austriaca

    1526–1739

  93. Something to Celebrate? Habsburg festivities

    1741–1918

  94. Is Only the Emperor Powerful?

    1741–1918

  95. Image of a Dynasty

    1741–1914

  96. Viennese Diseases

    1764–1913