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         Austrian Culture:     more books (100)
  1. Arthur Schnitzler's Late Plays: A Critical Study (Austrian Culture) by G. J. Weinberger, 1997-07
  2. The Abbey (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Alois Brandstetter, Peter Edgerly Firchow, et all 1997-09
  3. Black Sails (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Erich Wolfgang Skwara, Derk Wynand, 1999-01
  4. In Transit: Prose and Verse in German and English (Austrian Culture) by Peter Heller, 1996-04
  5. "It's Up to Us!": Collected Works of Jura Soyfer (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Jura Soyfer, Horst Jarka, 1996-08
  6. Co-Existent Contradiction: Joseph Roth in Retrospect : Papers of the 1989 Joseph Roth Symposium at Leeds (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought) by Helen Chambers, 1991-07-18
  7. Blueprints For No-Man's Land: Connections In Contemporary Austrian Culture (British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature)
  8. Erich Fried: A Writer Without a Country (Austrian Culture) by Steven William Lawrie, 1996-08
  9. Born-Where (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Robert Schindel, 1995-04-04
  10. I Want to Speak: The Tragedy and Banality of Survival in Terezin and Auschwitz (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Margareta Glas-Larsson, 1990-09
  11. On the Wrong Track: Fragments of an Autobiography (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Milo Dor, David A. Scrase, et all 1993-02
  12. Erst Bricht man Fenster, Dann wird man selbst eines: Zum 100. Geburtstag von Heimito von Doderer (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture & Thought) (Studies ... & Thought; Translation Series: Translation) by Gerald Sommer, Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler, 1997-04-03
  13. Remembering Gardens: Stages and Travels (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought Translation Series) by Kurt Klinger, 1991-06
  14. The House of the Linsky Sisters (Studies in Austrian Literature, Culture, and Thought. Translation Series) by Florian Kalbeck, Michael Mitchell, 1996-10

61. Austrian Business Information
Austria Album austrian culture information system created by the Austrian Ministryof Education, Science and Culture - presenting a detailed overview of
How to do Business in Austria - Background Information
  • Introducing Austria
    General information on "How to do business in Austria", focusing on customs and legal regulations. Brief introduction on the legal framework, business information and general market conditions for foreign investors (published by AWO).
  • The Austrian Import Market
    More detailed guide to business with Austria, focusing on the economic structure of Austria, the relation between Austria and the European Union, legal and marketing information; specifics for business travellers in Austria (new booklet published by AWO).
  • Gateway to Eastern Europe II
    Directory of Austrian trading companies with longstanding business connections in Eastern Europe which are ready to represent foreign firms interested in doing business there (published by AWO).
  • Investing in Austria
    Extensive guide for investors, focusing on special issues such as business opportunities in Austria, forms of business enterprises incl. taxation, investment incentives, protection of creditors, competition law, accounting principles, liquidation, insolvency and bankruptcy proceedings (published by a law firm and public accountants)
Business Partners
  • Austria Export
    Illustrated publication on Austrian exporting companies from various fields of industries in German, English, French, Spanish and Italian (published by AWO).
  • 62. CSB | SJU - Center For International Education
    The primary objectives of the Austrian Program lie in two areas the acquisitionof language skills and the appreciation of the austrian culture.
    Center for International Education Home Australian (Fall) Austrian British Fine Arts (Fall) ... International Pictures
    2003-2004 Austrian Program (Fall)
    September to December Program Director Orientation Program Program Site Financial Aid ... Austrian Student Handbook Program Director (Tentative information as of March 19, 2003) Andreas Kiryakakis, Associate Professor of German in the Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John's University will direct the program in Salzburg, Austria in 2003-04. He directed the Austrian Program kin 1997-98. He was born in Greece and has lived and traveled extensively in Europe, Africa and China. Dr. Kiryakakis was Director of International Education at CSB/SJU from 1987 to 1989 and Head Soccer Coach at CSB from 1985-87. Besides German, he has taught Honors Symposium, Senior Seminar, and an upper division Judeo-Christian core course. As an undergraduate he majored in political science and history. In 1978, he received his Ph.D. in German Literature from the University of Texas at Austin. As a Fulbright scholar he studied modern German literature at the University of T übingen in German Austrian Program Index Program Site Few cities in Europe can compare to the unique setting of Salzburg, the birthplace of Mozart and the site of the CSB/SJU Austrian Program. Overshadowed by the towering Untersberg (2000 meters high) and nearby alpine mountains, the city itself is couched between the smaller Kapuzinerberg and Mönchsberg, divided by the Salzach River, and dominated by the mighty fortress Hohensalzburg. Magnificent baroque architecture enhances this city of churches and palaces, cloisters and courtyards. The old city is separated from more modern developments by natural barriers, allowing the city to make the most of both worlds, medieval and modern. Salzburg is also known for its university, founded by Benedictine monks in 1617, closed by Napoleon in 1810, it reopened once again in 1962 as a state university.

    63. In And Around Frankfurt
    Fair events to public functions in and around Frankfurt, offering visitors differentinterpretations of the cultural development in austrian culture during the
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    In and Around Frankfurt
    Having Austria as the Focal Point of the 1995 Frankfurt Book Fair represents the first time in the history of the Fair that there has been a German-language focus. The literature of Austria is sustained by the thematic conflicts of harmony and rifts, of encounters and confrontations, of changing relationships and the overstepping of boundaries. These complicated associations reflect a cultural diversity which is truly representative of Europe. The diverse programmes for the Austrian Focal Theme were set up in conjunction with the most important Frankfurt cultural sites and institutions, along with the Austrian publishing houses and institutions. A thematic and comprehensive programme is presented, ranging from the Book Fair events to public functions in and around Frankfurt, offering visitors different interpretations of the cultural development in Austrian culture during the 20th century in the form of literature, music, art, and architecture. In this autumn of 1995, numerous public functions invite Frankfurt Book Fair visitors to take part in cultural "expeditions" to Austria:

    Even after his death, Bernhard’s carefully constructed biography continuesto fascinate, shock, and expose the austrian culture at large.
    The Making of an Austrian
    Gitta Honegger
    368 pp. 44 illus., 6 1/8 x 9 1/4
    Cloth ISBN 0-300-08999-6
    “Engaging, witty, informative, and lovingly ironic, this is an important book that will command the attention of all friends of recent literature and the theater.”Peter Demetz, Yale University Dear Reviewer: 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 pastor defiantly avoiding doing so. THOMAS BERNHARD: The Making of an Austrian ( Yale University Press: January), is the first comprehensive biography of Thomas Bernhard in English. In it, Gitta Honegger examines his life and work and their intricate relationship to Austria’s geographical, political, and cultural transformations in the twentieth century.

    65. BUBL LINK: 303.482 Contact Between Specific Areas
    Includes current cultural news, museum and gallery information, Austrianpublications and a forum about austrian culture. Author
    BUBL LINK Catalogue of selected Internet resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
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    Titles Descriptions
  • Austria Culture Net
  • British Council - Austria
  • Macedonian Culture and Information Centre
    All links checked August 2001 Comments:
    Austria Culture Net
    The Austrian Cultural Institute administers cultural and educational exchanges between the USA and Austria. Includes current cultural news, museum and gallery information, Austrian publications and a forum about Austrian culture.
    Author: Austrian Cultural Institute, New York
    Subjects: austria, cultural exchange
    documents, news, index
    Location: usa
    British Council - Austria
    The British Council is a charity which aims to use British expertise abroad. The activities of the council in Austria are detailed, including art, education and science. British Council Austrian news is also reported.
    Author: British Council
    Subjects: austria, cultural exchange DeweyClass: ResourceType: documents, news Location: uk
    Macedonian Culture and Information Centre
    The aim of MCIC is to preserve and promote Macedonian culture and art.
  • 66. NB Online - The National Library - Collections Policy
    The independent further existence of austrian culture outside the country is alsoa consideration in the collecting policy followed (eg the Prague circle
    Collections policy
    The main priority of any national library is to collect literature in and about the country it represents. Austriaca therefore clearly rate as the focal collecting policy for the Austrian National Library and can be defined as follows:
    • Depository Copies in accordance with Austrian media law
      Austriaca abroad

      The independent further existence of Austrian culture outside the country is also a consideration in the collecting policy followed (e.g. the Prague circle, psychoanalysis etc.). Areas which only belonged to Austria in the form of a Habsburg regent are rated as Austriaca only in so far as the publication establishes an Austrian connection or reciprocal influence.
      The same applies to works by Austrians published abroad irrespective of the author's actual citizenship.
      Persons who have served Austria, or who were born in what was once Austria and who are carriers of Austrian culture and intellect abroad are included in the definition of Austriaca. (e.g. Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Friedrich Hebbel, Heinrich Laube, Claus Peymann and others). For reasons of financing and space, translations are merely selected and generally not collected, although they are registered in the Austrian Bibliography, section C, which includes Austriaca available from abroad (plus call number) and titles of works not acquired. Belletristic works are an exception. The acquisitions department is eager to acquire all available translations by Austrian authors. Historical State Territory

    67. Middlebury College Language Schools
    GN 657 austrian culture as Export Commodity (Seminar) Doppler, 1000 – 1100 amIn the 18th century, Tiroleans had to sell their services as court jesters in
    Language Schools Schools Abroad All of Middlebury College Admissions Alumni Athletics Bread Loaf Programs Career Services Catalog Handbook ITS Library News and Events LS Home Admissions Application Financial Aid ... Contact Us Jump to any LS Program Complete List of LS Programs -ARABIC SCHOOL 9-week Language Session -CHINESE SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session -FRENCH SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session Undergraduate Study Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Paris M.A. in Paris with Internship -GERMAN SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies session 7-week German for Singers program Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Mainz -ITALIAN SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont M.A. in Florence -JAPANESE SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session -PORTUGUESE SCHOOL- 7-week Language Session -RUSSIAN SCHOOL- 9-week Language Session 6-week Graduate Studies Session 3-week Heritage Speakers Program Undergraduate Programs Abroad M.A. in Vermont

    68. Austrian Press & Information Service
    Based in Washington DC. Comprehensive information and links about Austria.Category Regional Europe Austria News and Media...... Join our elist Join our culture e-list Search this site Slide Show.View the austrian Photo Gallery. Video. Video Tours Through Austria.
    Austrian Information
    A bi-monthly publication
    Please view current issue:
    Helicopter Skiing-The Success Story of a Carinthian Farmer
    Welcome to the official Austrian Website in the U.S. Here you will find useful and exciting information about our country and much more... Join our e-list:
    Join our Culture e-list:
    Search this site:
    Embassy of Austria
    Read about our responsibilities and find passport information visa regulations travel tips voting procedures Directory of Austrians Abroad
    Find fellow Austrians Abroad by filling out this search form Slide Show View the Austrian Photo Gallery
    Video Video Tours Through Austria
    News Announcements Contributions to the Austrian Flood Relief Fund Austrian News Links Austrian News Bi-Weekly News from Austria Jewish News from Austria Radio Austria International ... Austrian Media

    69. Bundesministerium Für Bildung, Wissenschaft Und Kultur
    The URL of the austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and culture in Vienna is
    Die von Ihnen angewählte Adresse hat sich geändert: Die URL des Bundesministeriums für Bildung, Wissenschaft und Kultur in Wien lautet Bitte ändern Sie Ihre Bookmarks, Favoriten und Links. The site you have selected has moved. The URL of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Education, Science and Culture in Vienna is Please update your bookmarks and links. Thank you.

    70. Joseph Anton Bruckner, Music Culture & Society
    Biographical and historical notes, including comparisons between him and Wagner.
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    Anton Bruckner and 19th Century Austrian Music, Culture and Society
    Bruckner Pages
    Bruckner Symphony No.2 Discography

    Bruckner Bibliography

    Bruckner Discography Symphony No.5 and No.8
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    Preface: Bruckner and Wagner
    Comparison is often made of Austrian composer Anton Bruckner (1824-1896) and German composer Richard Wagner (1813-1883) . Is Bruckner "Wagnerian"? Here are some of my observations: The "meaning" of Bruckner's music lies in the symphonic form of purely instrumental music. Bruckner's language is the magnificent and glorious sound of brass, timpani and the songs of the birds expressed so serenely and sadly by the tone of the winds. The musical note itself speaks the language of depth. However, one of the most significant "meanings" of Wagner's music is its narrative(i.e. story drama) and symbols(e.g. leitmotifs) of myth(e.g. Der Ring Des Niebelungen often called Ring). Musical leitmotifs connects the musical theme with symbolic concepts, characters and objects(e.g. love, Brunnhilde, gold).

    71. German And Austrian Annotated Cultural Links; Information On The German-speaking
    Cultural and media links to the German speaking countries, with focus on Styria / Steiermark and Graz. Publications, web radio, search engines.
    Annotated Links on the German-Speaking Countries
    This collection of annotated links about language, life and culture in the German speaking countries will slowly expand. If you have any comments or suggestions, or come across any bad links, please click the icon to E-Mail me: To enjoy these pages at their visual best, please use a resolution of 1024 x 768 and colors set to at least 16-bit mode. The site is optimized for Internet Explorer 5. At the bottom of any page, click on "Return" to return to this index. To browse the category, just click below. Graz/Austria - move your mouse in and out German Reference Dictionaries and Encyclopedia German On-Line Book and Video Sources German Language Web Internet Radio German Language News Sources ...
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    Dummy Text Rockerparty in Berlin. Auf dem Gelände eines colourtragenden MCs. Begründet wird's in Berlin mit dem ehemaligen Mauerstatus. Damals sei auch nicht jeder einfach so in die Stadt gekommen. Und ausgeweitet wurde es nach dem Mauerfall auf ganz Berlin. Die bestehenden Ostberliner Clubs mußten klein beigeben und legten ihre Kutten schnell ab. „Zu schnell", wie einige von ihnen im Nachhinein bedauern

    72. Der Seltsame Krieg - Geschichten Für Eine Kultur Des Friedens
    Stories about the causes and the origins of war by austrian children's book author Martin Auer. In 22 languages.

    73. Austrian Press And Information Service - Art And Culture
    Contact Information from the austrian Press and Information Service, Washington,DC General Information from the austrian Press and Information Service

    74. Alltag Raus, Österreich Rein. Tourismusinformation Für Ihren Urlaub In Österr
    Provides general information about hotels, culture, events, holiday specialists, regions and cities as well as holiday tips.
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    75. Austrian-Philippine Homepage
    Articles on culture, history, the RizalBlumentritt friendship, austrian-Philippine relations, and picturesque old Philippines.
    A ustrian- P hilippine W ebsite
    A volunteer work since May 1995
    Guestbook created: May 13, 1995
    This Page will be updated regularly!
    For updates see "What's new?"
    APSIS Editor
    Johann Stockinger

    76. German And Austrian Culture And Background  - Annotated Links: The German-Speak
    Annotated links on Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including news sources, web radio, reference material, search engines, and book resources.
    Annotated Links on the German-Speaking Countries
    Austria Switzerland Germany Liechtenstein Luxemburg South-Tyrol
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    77. Alpentänzer Schuhplattler Home Page
    Alpent¤nzer Schuhplattler of Sacramento is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preservation of Bavarian and austrian folk dances, costumes (tracht) and culture
    VISITOR #: 20608

    78. G. Flekatsch Homepage
    Oil, acryl, sand, china ink, crayon on canvas. Structured texture, expressive. The artist's resumee, thumbnails of paintings, expositions, projects. Member of the austrian visual arts professional association.
    Gerhard FLEKATSCH
    be design pinsel oelfarbe aquarell zeichnung acryl drawing watercolor oil mixed media mischtechnik bildergallerie bildgallerie objekte
    deutsch english Email: Gerhard FLEKATSCH

    79. Wired News: 'Meteorite' Lands In Germany
    A newly opened fantasy world, conceived by an austrian artist with music by an American composer, is a museum, playground, and meditation zone all in one. By Sheryl Oring. Wired News,1284,12940,00.html
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    05:03 AM Jun. 16, 1998 PT ESSEN, Germany From the outside it looks like a giant '50s-style chrome mobile home, aslant, no less, and perched on a lush green lawn. Inside is an underground fantasy world conceived by Austrian artist Andre Heller around the idea that a giant meteorite has crashed into Earth and is here to be explored. Meteorite is an unusual public space that defies categorization: It's a museum, gallery, concert hall, playground, and meditation zone all in one.
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    The German energy firm RWE Group commissioned Heller to do the project to celebrate its centennial and make a lasting contribution to the industrial city of Essen. Designed by Vienna, Austria-based architecture firm Propeller Z and filled with music by American composer Tod Machover , Meteorite opened 5 June.

    80. Austrian Children
    Private page containing photographs from austrian archives celebrating the history, life, culture and experience of being in Austria and for children surviving the second World War in Austria and in other countries.
    This Site can only be viewed through Welcome!   Herzliches Willkommen! . . . Ich empfange Dich mit offenen Armen.
    I hope you have a few minutes to relax and enjoy your visit!
    The music you'll hear is by Austrian composers.
    Great music is an important part of the Austrian experience.
    This website is my final project for German Special Studies at Grossmont College
    and is dedicated to my professor, Johannes Bruestle.
    enter here

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