This is the conference blog for the Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture International Conference, which took place at the University of Nottingham on 13-15 April 2015 (please see this blog post for a report about the conference). The international conference examined trends in Austrian literature, film and culture over the past thirty years. The conference was organised by Dr Katya Krylova, and formed a major dissemination activity of her Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship project ‘The Treatment of the Past and Austrian Identity in Contemporary Austrian Literature, Film and Culture’. For more information about Katya Krylova’s research please see this website. The conference was sponsored by the Leverhulme Trust, the Austrian Cultural Forum London and the University of Nottingham. An edited volume arising from the conference, entitled New Perspectives on Contemporary Austrian Literature and Culture, is in press with Peter Lang Publishing. For more information about the conference please visit the conference website and Twitter page.