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  1. Quietude and Quest: Protagonists and Antagonists in the Theatre, on and Off Stage As Seen Through the Eyes of Leon Askin (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought) by Leon Askin, C. Melvin Davidson, 1989-06
  2. The World-fixer (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Thomas Bernhard, 2005-10-30
  3. Women's Words, Women's Works: An Anthology of Contemporary Austrian Plays by Women (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought. Translation Series) ... Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Udo Borgert, 2002-01-07
  4. What People Call Pessimism: Sigmund Freud, Arthur Schnitzler and Nineteenth-Century Controversy at the University of Vienna Medical School (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought) by Mark Luprecht, 1990-11
  5. The Lake (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Gerhard Roth, Michael Winkler, 2000-10
  6. Unsentimental Journey: A Report (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Albert Drach, 1991-10
  7. Without Pain or the Search for the Gene Culprits (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought. Translation Series) (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Rudiger Opelt, 2007-10-17
  8. The Clearing (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Peter Steiner, 2007-06-09
  9. The Wild Woman and Other Plays (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought.Translation Series) (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Felix Mitterer, 1995-03-20
  10. The Shadow Disappears in the Sun (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Barbara Frischmuth, Nicholas J. Meyerhofer, 1998-07
  11. Quotations of a Body (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Evelyn Schlag, G. G. Gardner, et all 1997-04
  12. The Death of the Plover and Trace of the Buckskin: Two Stories (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Marianne Gruber, 1994-08
  13. Paracelsus and Other One-Act Plays (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Arthur Schnitzler, G. J. Weinberger, 1995-01
  14. If We Had The Word: Ingeborg Bachmann, Views And Reviews. (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought) by Gisela Brinker-Gabler, 2004-11-30

41. Austria Tourist, Travel, City And Culture Guide - Österreich,
Information about the country, its culture and sights.Category Regional Europe Austria Guides and Directories...... austrian culture. Keen on culture? A guide to Austria's cultural highlightsand famous personalities. Wintersports! In need of fun and aprèsski?

42. SpacesOfIdentity
Transforming Modernity austrian culture Goes Global in NeuYork.Susan Ingram. As the transformations inflicted upon New York’s
Transforming Modernity: Austrian Culture Goes Global in Neu-York
Susan Ingram Neue Galerie , a museum devoted to early twentieth-century German and Austrian art and design in an elegant mansion on Fifth Avenue and 86th Street that Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt once called home, opened in November, 2001, while the doors beneath the graphic blade of the new Austrian Cultural Forum building on East 52nd between Fifth and Madison Avenues were officially opened to the public in April 2002. The appearance, and appearances, of these two structures reveal the tension between two very different visions of Austrian culture, which currently seem to be competing for dominance on the world stage. Above: The Neue Galerie as seen from Central Park
Left: The new Austrian Cultural Forum building on East 52 St.
The ironically named Neue Galerie spacesofidentity
  • Neue Galerie

    ), its director, Christoph Thun-Hohenstein, explains why the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs decided to change what had previously been its cultural institutes into forums: All the existing cultural institutions of the Ministry abroad, including the cultural departments of embassies, are included in this concept: an intention to further broaden our platform for more open and fertile discourse as a channel for exchange and understanding. The word forum therefore reflects more accurately the philosophy of the Ministry today. There are 28 of these Austrian cultural outlets in different cities around the world, including two in the United States, in Washington and New York. New York is the largest, of course, the flagship here and internationally. And I think our new building on 52nd Street communicates this boldly.

    43. Art And Culture Of Austria
    Austria . Österreich . Austrian Arts, Artists and Culture A Web DirectorySee also below and Artist Index. . . Triangel.austrian culturefinder.
    Film Music Literature Philosophy ... Art Posters
    Austria .
    A Web Directory See also below and Artist Index.
    Art Periods, Art Movements
    Art History
    ... Sculpture, Sculptors
    A AEIOU. The Austrian Cultural Information System. Austrian texts, audio, videos, and images.
    Albertina Museum, Vienna.

    Ars Electronica.

    Art Nouveau in Austria. WWW Art Nouveau Server.
    Austrian Tourist Board
    B Basis Wien. Kunst, Information und Archivp-to-date information on contemporary art. The archive encompasses some 5,000 catalogues, Designers. Austrian designers and artists. Dorotheum. ... Freud Museum, Vienna. G Galleries / Galerien. Austrian art galleries. Graz Aktuelle kunst in Graz. Galleries, forum, museums. Art Forum Graz Grazer Kunstverein. Artist archives. Graz Online ... Jewish Museum, Vienna K Klimt House, Vienna Kunsthalle,Wien (Art Hall Vienna). The Municipality of Vienna's own exhibition organization for internationalcontemporary and modern art. Kunsthaus Bregenz Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. L Leopold Museum, Wien. Showing an extensive collection of masterpieces of Austrian Modernism. The Museum has the world's largest Egon Schiele collection alongside important works by Gustav Klimt, Oskar Kokoschka, Richard Gerstl, Albin Egger-Lienz, and others. M MAK, Vienna. The Mueum of Applied Arts.

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    Popular Music in Austria Year of Publication 1993 Place of PublicationNew York Vol. 9, austrian culture Series ISBN 08204.2170-7.

    46. Greeks Buy T-shirts From Nicaraguan Co-op
    My purist heart was set on discerning “true” austrian culture, but I learnedthat this was impossible—there is no easy definition of austrian culture
    Vol. 131, No. 8 The weekly campus newspaper of Bucknell University Friday, March 28, 2003 BUCKNELLIAN Home
    Current Issue


    Greeks buy T-shirts from Nicaraguan co-op
    Courtesy of Bucknell Brigade
    By Jolene Hart
    Senior Editor
    The women who sewed the shirts, owners of a female sewing cooperative in Cuidad Sandino, Nicaragua, are dependent on consistent clothing orders to keep their self-made business running. Because the cooperative is conducted under fair labor conditions, the products cost more to manufacture than similar versions that are mass-produced in sweatshops. The women of the cooperative are constantly competing with sweatshops and often experience periods of little or no work.
    In need of funds to keep their business from falling apart, the women of the cooperative tried to borrow money to invest in cloth for their work. According to the Center for Development in Central America, which helped the women build the cooperative following Hurricane Mitch, the World Bank denied a request for a loan made by the women, claiming that the project was too small. Local banks, which the women also turned to, could only offer a loan at 20 percent interest.
    The T-shirts are an example of charitable acts by Greeks.

    47. Austrian Newspapers
    news bulletin. Jobs in Austria. Radio Austria International Daily audionews and text features on austrian culture. Republic of Austria
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    48. New Page
    David Josef Bach and austrian culture between the Wars. Announcement and Callfor Papers. for a symposium to be held in London on 1213 February 2003.

    49. Austrian Research Centers In Seibersdorf (ARC) - Homepage
    Translate this page 20.09.2001, Mikado mit Stabstahl. 03.09.2001, austrian culture goes Science.31.08.2001, Messe VIET und MESSTECHNIK AUSTRIA (9.-12.10.2001).

    50. Austrian Research Centers In Seibersdorf (ARC) - Homepage
    Translate this page austrian culture goes Science. No english Longtitle available! No englishnewstext available! Dienstag, 4. September 2001, ARC Seibersdorf.

    51. Kultur Sozialprogramm
    Translate this page A Survey of austrian culture. Ringvorlesung in Englischer Sprache Unterrichtetvon 4 Lehrenden. Psychoanalytic aspects of the austrian culture I. Session 10.

    52. Austria.culture - Print View
    Abraham's little rocket of a building suggests that not only is austrian culturealive but that maybe New York City's can be born again too. For Paul

    53. Austrian Cultural Forum
    Even after his death, Bernhard's carefully constructed biography continuesto fascinate, shock, and expose the austrian culture at large.
    Thomas Bernhard:
    The Making of an Austrian
    By Gitta Honegger

    348 pp, 44 illus. ISBN 0-300-08999-6, $29.95
    Yale University Press, 20002
    Thomas Bernhard (1931-1989), a literary figure of international acclaim and arguably Austria's greatest post-World War II writer, became the first of his generation to expose unrelentingly his country's pathological denial of complicity in the Holocaust. Bernhard's writings and indeed his own biography reflect Austria's fraught efforts to define itself as a nation following the collapse of the Habsburg monarchy and the trauma of World War II. Repeatedly he scandalized the nation with novels, plays, and public statements that exposed the convoluted ways Austrians were attempting to come to terms with their Nazi past - or defiantly avoiding doing so. This book, the first comprehensive Thomas Bernhard biography in English, examines his life and work and their intricate relationship to Austria's geographical, political, and cultural transformations in the twentieth century.
    While Thomas Bernhard was the scourge of his native culture, Gitta Honegger explains, he was also a product of that same culture. Appreciation of his controversial impact on his society is possible only through an understanding of the contradictions, the shame, and the achievements that mark Austrians' self-perception in the postwar years.

    54. Radio Österreich International
    But Vienna is just as much associated with the Harry Lime Theme from the 1949 filmclassic The Third Man . more . Features on austrian culture Archiv.
    ROI Infocenter Live Audio Audio on Demand Programme Guide Frequencies Now on ROI
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    Report from
    Friday, April 04, 2002
    European Union foreign ministers have been meeting in Brussels with US Secretary of State Colin Powell . Ahead of the meeting Mr. Powell spoke of deep divisions in transatlantic relations [ more... ]
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    The Concordia prizes for journalism
    Radio Austria International has received the prize for press freedom, worth 3650 euro. Announcing the award, the jury said Radio Austria International had stood for freedom of information for more than three decades. [ more... ]
    Each year the Sigmund Freud Museum, located on Berggasse 19 in Vienna's 9 th district, attracts thousands of visitors - visitors eager to experience first hand where the founder of psycho-analysis lived and worked. And many visitors have wondered who the people were who lived in the other apartments in the house and were thus neighbours in Freud's day. And, naturally, what became of them. [ more... ]

    55. Catholicism And Austrian Culture -
    Catholicism and austrian culture Jämför priser, frakt och leveranstidenpå böcker i svenska och utländska Internetbutiker.

    56. Austrian Studies
    The focus will continue to be on austrian culture from 1750 to thepresent. Literature will be considered in relation to psychology
    We are delighted to announce that Austrian Studies The new editors are: Dr Judith Beniston
    Department of German
    University College London
    Gower Street
    London WC1E 6BT
    United Kingdom
    Dr Robert Vilain
    Department of German
    Royal Holloway London
    Surrey TW20 0EX United Kingdom Telephone: 020 7679 3099 Telephone: 01784 443197 Fax: 020 7813 0168 Fax: 01784 479057 Email: Email: As before, Austrian Studies is conceived as an annual journal reflecting sustained interest in the distinctive cultural traditions of the Habsburg Empire and the Austrian Republic. By publishing a wide range of articles in English, together with a selection of book reviews, it aims to make recent research accessible to a broadly based international readership. The new series of Austrian Studies will follow the model established in the first by Professor Ritchie Robertson and Professor Edward Timms: each volume will have a coherent but broadly conceived theme, and including space for reviews of the most important recent publications in the field of Austrian Studies. Each volume will also include a substantial review article devoted to keeping readers up-to-date with the very latest Austrian literature and with major cultural debates and events. The theme for the first volume of the new series is (a copy of the Call for Papers can be accessed by clicking on the link above, although the deadline for suggestions for this issue has now passed). The

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    58. Handbuch österreichischer Autorinnen Und Autoren Jüdischer Herkunft (Encyclope
    other disciplines, those seeking comprehensive biographical information on individualpeople, or researching some central aspect of austrian culture and history
    Autorinnen und Autoren
    18. bis 20. Jahrhundert (Encyclopedia of Austrian Authors of Jewish Descent)
    2002. 3 parts. 1,856 pp. Hardbound
    Thereafter: 320.00. ISBN 3-598-11545-8
    Besides the names of well-known persons, also found in other encyclopedias, such as Arthur Schnitzler, Stefan Zweig, Karl Kraus, Sigmund Freud, Lise Meitner, Gustav Mahler or Billy Wilder, great care has been taken to include also those who are in danger of being forgotten because they published only very few works before their careers were violently brought to an end. Here, for the first time, they have been gathered together and presented to the public, alphabetically arranged and with biographical details. A lot of information comes from the intensive contact between the compilers and those concerned, or their relatives, descendants or the executors of their estates.
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    59. Austrian Genealogy - National Links
    9/97, The Catholic Web provides many useful links. 2/98, Österreich AlbenEncyclopedia of austrian culture and heritage with a search facility.

    60. German Department
    In addition students will be introduced to German contemporary society and institutions,history, politics, economy as well as austrian culture. Contact Hours

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