Oliver Haag is a Research Fellow at the Austrian Research Center for Transcultural Studies, Vienna. Oliver studied History and Political Science at the University of Vienna, Austria. His research interests are in the areas of German reception of Indigenous cultures, politics of diversity, and theories of nation-building, with particular interest in Australia, the South Pacific and Germany. Haag is the author of academic writings on published Indigenous Australian autobiographies and (Indigenous) Australian literature translated into German.
'Indigenous New Zealand and Australian Li teratures in Translation.', Arizona State University, Phoenix
'Investigating the Popularity of the Genre of Autobiography a Comparison Between (Indigenous) Australia and Germany.', Harvard University (ACLA), 2009
'Oceanic Literatures in German Translation. A Study of Indigenous Australian, New Zealand, and Pacific Literatures In German.', Goethe University, Frankfurt 2009.
'Politics of Publishing Indigenous Literatures in Germany. A Comparative Study of Australian and New Zealand Indigenous Literature In German...', University of Sydney, 2009
'Translating Oceanic Literatures for the European Market.' Chung-Ang University, Seoul.
'The Power of Form: Indigenous Australian Autobiography, the Rewriting of History, and the Fiction/Non-Fiction Divide.' Quarterly Journal of Australian Studies - Zeitschrift fur Australien studien 24.1 (2010): 55-69.
'Aborigenes und Ethik in der Forschung.' Die Maske: Zeitschrift fur Kultur und Socialanthropologie 4.1 (2009): 94-95.