Research Query: Jonas Kreppel

I'd like to connect with people working on or studying the writings of Jonas Kreppel (1874-1940). I recently came upon his writings in the archives of the Arnold Schoenberg Center (Vienna). Schoenberg had a copy of Juden und Judentum von Heute (1925). I've come across other writings subsequently, and am keen to assess where this material fits in with the scholarship of Viennese-Jewry. 

ANK: Canettis Wien. Zum 25. Todesjahr, Wien (13.11. – 15.11.2019)

Vor fünfundzwanzig Jahren starb Elias Canetti (1905–1994). Er hat fast das ganze 20. Jahrhundert erlebt und ist als Chronist einer verschwundenen Welt ebenso in die Literaturgeschichte eingegangen wie als empirischer Theoretiker der Verhältnisse von Masse und Macht, die dieses Jahrhundert mehr als jedes vorangegangene geprägt haben.

CONF: Fleeing the Nazis: Austrian Jewish Refugees to the United States (Washington, DC; 18 June 2019)

The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.

SYMPOSIUM: Fleeing the Nazis: Austrian Jewish Refugees to the United States (18 June 2019, Washington, DC)

The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.

SYMPOSIUM: Fleeing the Nazis: Austrian Jewish Refugees to the United States

The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.

SYMPOSIUM: Fleeing the Nazis: Austrian Jewish Refugees to the United States (Washington, DC; 18 June 2019)

The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.

ANN: SYMPOSIUM - Fleeing the Nazis: Austrian Jewish Refugees to the United States

The Jewish population of Austria in 1938 totaled some 192,000, which represented almost four percent of the population. The majority lived in the capital city of Vienna and comprised about nine percent of its residents. After Germany annexed Austria in March 1938, finding safety abroad was no easy task, and the United States was no exception.

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