2 edition of evolution of German-national discourse in the press of fin-de-siècle Austria found in the catalog.
evolution of German-national discourse in the press of fin-de-siècle Austria
by Center for Austrian Studies, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, MN
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 13-14)
|Series||Working papers in Austrian studies -- 94-4|
|Contributions||University of Minnesota. Center for Austrian Studies|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||14|
Defining Deutschtum: Political Ideology, German Identity, and Music-Critical Discourse in Liberal Vienna offers a nuanced look at the intersection of music, cultural identity, and political ideology in late-nineteenth-century g on an extensive selection of writings in the city's political press, correspondence, archival documents, and a large body of recent scholarship in late Cited by: 6. Art does not surpass nature, but it makes the best of nature a part of daily life. Wallaschek, ‘On the Origins of Music’ 2 Was macht Moses? Ernst Mach to Eduard Kulke 3. I have previously examined portions of the material in this chapter of my book, The Psychophysical Ear: Musical Experiments, Experimental Sounds, – (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, ), and recent article.
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And yet much of the German population was largely unbowed by their putatively perplexing condition. Fin-de-Siècle Austria and Flungary. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press, pp. Shifting Voices offers the first comparative study of the bourgeois women's movements and women's writing in fin-de-siècle Austria and Hungary.
Agatha Schwartz breaks new ground in Central European literary studies on two fronts. This is a remarkable book about a man (perhaps the most important and original philosopher of our age), a society (the corrupt Austro-Hungarian Empire on the eve of dissolution), and a city (Vienna, with its fin-de siècle gaiety and corrosive melancholy).Reviews: Defining Deutschtum: Political Ideology, German Identity, and Music-Critical Discourse in Liberal Vienna offers a nuanced look at the intersection of music, cultural identity, and political ideology in late-nineteenth-century Vienna.
The 'fin-de-siècle' generation supported emotionalism, irrationalism, subjectivism and vitalism, while the mindset of the age saw civilization as being in a crisis that required a massive and total solution. 24 Varga, Bálint, The Monumental Nation: Magyar Nationalism and Symbolic Politics in Fin-de-siècle Hungary (New York, ) provides a fascinating analysis of how far the national discourse created by the political elites resonated—or did not resonate—among the wider by: 2.
This study examines the place of the Philosophical Society of the University of Vienna (–) in the evolution of the history of philosophy in Austria, up to the establishment of the Vienna.
Germany, Austria, and the Idea of the German Nation, – Article in History Compass 9(3) March with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'. the European Competition Law Tradition in Fin-de-Siècle Austria, 36 A M. L EG. H I ST. (); David J. Gerber, Law and the Abuse of Economic Power in Europe, 62 T ULA NE L.
R EV. 57 (); David J. Gerber, Antitrust Law and Economic Analysis: the Swedish Approach, 8 H ASTI NGS I NT ’ L & C O MP. R : Spencer Weber Waller. The "spirit" of 'fin de siècle' often refers to the cultural hallmarks that were recognized as prominent in the s and s, including boredom, cynicism, pessimism, and.
Schenker's Vienna: Nicholas Cook on Culture, Race and Music Theory infin-de-siècle Austria Article in Music Analysis 28(1) March with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Kevin Korsyn. important to artists and critics working congruently at the fin de siècle, and arguably persist today as the central tenets surrounding the genesis of both German and Austrian expressionism in the extant literature.
From a historical perspective, inner vision singularly dominates this discourse, thereby positioning corporeal. The book's central claim is that modernist Hebrew prose-fiction, as it emerged from towas shaped by the highly charged encounter of traditionally educated Jews with the revolution of European literature and culture known as modernism.
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Anatomical exhibitions, online atlases and televised dissections have recently attracted much attention and raised questions concerning the status of and the authority over the human body, the purpose of anatomical education within and outside medical schools and the methods of teaching in the digital age.
I propose that for understanding the current public views of anatomy, we need to gain Cited by: 3. In recent years, national competition laws have become increasingly important, often creating tensions between national-level and European-level regulation.
Despite this importance, images of Europe's experience with competition law often remain vague and are sometimes dangerously distorted. This book examines the European experience in protecting competition by analyzing its dynamics.
Maria Athanasekou (University of Athens), ‘The Art of Burne-Jones and its Contribution to the Development of Symbolism in Greek Visual Culture in the Fin de Siècle’. This paper concerns the artistic work of Edward Burne-Jones and the impact it had on the Greek art of the fin de siècle.
Through historical inspection of painting in England and Greece aroundthe thematography and. GES Fin de Siècle Vienna. (3 h) Survey of major developments in Viennese art, music, literature, and society from roughly to Important figures to be discussed are Mahler, Schoenbert, Klimt, Schiele, Schnitzler, Musil, Freund, and Herzl.
Offered only at the Flow House in Vienna. (D). This dissertation combines micro-history, literary geography, urbanism, and the history of the French illustrated book. I work outwards from Les Types de Paris, a virtually ignored and chaotically hybrid collection of essays, short stories, physiologies and poetry that I position as a latter-day rewriting of the panoramic literature of the s.
This iteration, I argue, has to address a city Author: Nicky Agate. This chapter examines the concept of ordoliberalism.
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Fin-de-siècle Vienna remains a central event in the birth of the century's modern culture. Our understanding of what happened in those key decades in Central Europe at the turn of the century has been shaped in the last years by an historiography presided over by Carl Schorske's Fin de Siècle Vienna and the model of the relationship between politics and culture which emerged from his work .Germany - Germany - Evolution of parties and ideologies: Although the critics of the established order could be defeated, they could not be silenced.
The struggle between the supporters and the adversaries of the existing form of government led to the emergence of a rudimentary party system in the German Confederation. In the legislative assemblies of the secondary states, the proponents of.Germany - Germany - Cultural life: The birthplace of the modern printing press and of influential schools of philosophy and artistic styles, Germany has long played an important role in Western culture, and the arts have been central to Germany’s idea of itself.
Indeed, the historian Hagen Schulze observed that That ideal fell only when the German nation began to experiment with power and.