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Intellectual migration and cultural transformation : refugees from national socialism in the English-speaking world / Edward Timms, Jon Hughes (eds.).

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    Series
    Veröffentlichungen des Instituts Wiener Kreis ; Bd. 12
    Veröffentlichungen des Instituts Wiener Kreis ; Bd. 12.
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Wien : Springer, 2003
    Locale
    Great Britain
    United States
    Contents
    Some Issues in Intellectual Method and Approach / Jennifer Platt
    The Role of Refugee Help Organizations in the Placement of German and Austrian Scholars Abroad / Christian Fleck – Mapping the Trade Routes of the Mind: The Warburg Institute / Dorothea McEwan – The Significance of Austrian Emigrant Art Historians for English Art Scholarship / Johannes Feichtinger
    Refugee and Émigré Architects in Britain, 1933-39 / Charlotte Benton
    Designs for the Future: Gaby Schreiber as an Exponent of Bauhaus Principles in Britain / Ulrike Walton-Jordan
    Franz Borkenau, Sebastian Haffner and George Orwell: Depoliticisation and Cultural Exchange / Nick Hubble
    Siegfried Kracauer’s Extraterritorial Critique / Nick Warr
    From Berlin to Hollywood: German-Speaking Refugees in the American Film Industry / Feiwel Kupferberg
    The 'Wiener Kreis' in Great Britain: Emigration and Interaction in the Philosophy of Science / Freidrich Stadler
    The Persistence of Austrian Motifs in Wittgenstein’s Later Writings / Roland Graf
    Self-Knowledge and Sociology: Nina Rubinstein's Studies in Exile / David Kettler
    Gender and Mgiration: A Feminist Approach to German-Jewish Women Refugees and Their Texts / Andrea Hammel
    New Approaches to Child Psychology: From Red Vienna to the Hampstead Nursery / Edward Timms
    Forced Migration or Scientific Change after 1933: Steps Towards a New Overview / Mitchell Ash.
    Notes
    International conference proceedings.
    Some Issues in Intellectual Method and Approach / Jennifer Platt -- The Role of Refugee Help Organizations in the Placement of German and Austrian Scholars Abroad / Christian Fleck – Mapping the Trade Routes of the Mind: The Warburg Institute / Dorothea McEwan – The Significance of Austrian Emigrant Art Historians for English Art Scholarship / Johannes Feichtinger -- Refugee and Émigré Architects in Britain, 1933-39 / Charlotte Benton -- Designs for the Future: Gaby Schreiber as an Exponent of Bauhaus Principles in Britain / Ulrike Walton-Jordan -- Franz Borkenau, Sebastian Haffner and George Orwell: Depoliticisation and Cultural Exchange / Nick Hubble -- Siegfried Kracauer’s Extraterritorial Critique / Nick Warr -- From Berlin to Hollywood: German-Speaking Refugees in the American Film Industry / Feiwel Kupferberg -- The 'Wiener Kreis' in Great Britain: Emigration and Interaction in the Philosophy of Science / Freidrich Stadler -- The Persistence of Austrian Motifs in Wittgenstein’s Later Writings / Roland Graf -- Self-Knowledge and Sociology: Nina Rubinstein's Studies in Exile / David Kettler -- Gender and Mgiration: A Feminist Approach to German-Jewish Women Refugees and Their Texts / Andrea Hammel -- New Approaches to Child Psychology: From Red Vienna to the Hampstead Nursery / Edward Timms -- Forced Migration or Scientific Change after 1933: Steps Towards a New Overview / Mitchell Ash.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    3211837507
    Physical Description
    vi, 267 p. : some ill. ; 21 cm.

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