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Recent Content

ANN: The Imperial Austrian Civil Service and Its Aftermath, 1848-1933; Vienna April 9-11

The Imperial Austrian Civil Service and its Aftermath, 1848-1933
New Directions of Research: Biography, Social and Organizational History, its Role in Society and Politics

Workshop in Vienna 9-11 April 2015

Organized by the Institut für Neuzeit- und Zeitgeschichtsforschung of the Austrian Academy of Sciences together with the Department of Global Political Studies at Malmö University (Sweden), and with financial support by Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (Sweden).

Author: 
Derek Sayer
Reviewer: 
Jakub Benes

Benes on Sayer, 'Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century: A Surrealist History'


Derek Sayer. Prague, Capital of the Twentieth Century: A Surrealist History. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2013. xxi + 595 pp. $35.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-691-04380-7.

Reviewed by Jakub Benes (University of Birmingham)
Published on HABSBURG (March, 2015)
Commissioned by Jonathan Kwan

A Collector of Rarefied Rubbish

CFP: Watersheds and Futures: Navigating a 21st Century Danube (MLA, Austin, TX, 7-10 January 2016)

CfP: MLA, Austin, TX, 7-10 January 2016

Watersheds and Futures: Navigating a 21st Century Danube

MLA Panel

LLC Slavic and East European Literatures Division

Slavic Literatures and Cultures/Travel Literature Discussion Groups

ANN: Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 2015 spring lecture series

The Society for the History of Czechoslovak Jews 2015 Spring Lecture Series
Bridges to Troubled Waters
Bohemian National Hall, 321 East, 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
 
Lecture 1: Tuesday, March 30, 2015, 7 p.m.
The Culture of Bridges: From Franz Kafka’s Prague to Hugo Bergmann’s Jerusalem
Nitzan Lebovic, Lehigh University
 

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