Laura Lisy-Wagner

I am a cultural and intellectual historian of early modern Europe and its relationship with the wider world. My research focuses on central and eastern Europe, but my writing and teaching more generally look at transcultural trends across Europe and beyond. My first book, Islam, Christianity, and the Making of Czech Identity, 1453 - 1683, examines the construction of Czech identity from the Fall of Constantinople to the final siege of Vienna through discourse about the Turk.

Publications

Most of these are available on JStor and other university library article databases.

  • Fischer, D-E. (2013). This bridge called Hiphop: Samples of percussion, piracy and  politics from Brazil and Colombia. Fire!!!, Vol2, No. 1, 3-25.

Class schedule

Fall 2017

ISYS 464, Monday 4:10-6:55, BUS 120.

BUS 782, Wednesday 6:30-9:45, DTC 611.

 

Academic sites

Information Systems Stites

Association for Information Systems (AIS)

San Francisco State University Sites

Department of Information Systems

College of Business

Nice (France) MBA Program

MBA Program

French University Sites

University of Nice Sophia Antipolis

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