STUDIES IN CENTRAL EUROPEAN CULTURE
(formally Studies in Austrian Culture)
This book series seeks manuscripts that focus on the critical analysis of the arts and cultures as they reflect, comment, or critique the history, political systems, religions, interethnic connections, economies, and historical and current problems of the multiethnic peoples of Central Europe from the Enlightenment era to the present.
“Central Europe” for this book series is identified as the geographic region of Austria, the Balkans, the Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, and the regions of the former Galicia and Bukovina during the Habsburg period, and the former East Germany.
Books published in Studies in Central European Culture are explorations of cultural movements and their intellectual history, and of their relationship to literature and other cultural representations such as the fine arts, architecture, music, and philosophy.
Studies in Central European Culture accepts original manuscripts of monographs and anthologies, as well as scholarly translations of literary works.
Prof. Em. Dr. Margarete Lamb-Faffelberger Series Editor Lafayette College Easton, PA 18042