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Pan Germanism And The Austrofascist State 1933 38

Author : Julie Thorpe
ISBN : 9780719079672
Genre : History
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This book is the first major Anglophone study of Austrofascism in over two decades. Introducing new themes, including press politics, minority politics, regionalism, immigration and refugees, it argues for a transnational approach to fascism in Austria. -- .

The First World War And German National Identity

Author : Jan Vermeiren
ISBN : 9781107031678
Genre : History
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An innovative study of the impact of the wartime alliance between Imperial Germany and Austria-Hungary on German national identity.

Hans Kelsen And The Natural Law Tradition

Author : Peter Langford
ISBN : 9789004390393
Genre : Philosophy
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Hans Kelsen and the Natural Law Tradition provides the first sustained examination of Hans Kelsen’s critical engagement, itself founded upon a distinctive theory of legal positivism, with the Natural Law Tradition.

Black Vienna

Author : Janek Wasserman
ISBN : 9780801455223
Genre : History
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Interwar Vienna was considered a bastion of radical socialist thought, and its reputation as "Red Vienna" has loomed large in both the popular imagination and the historiography of Central Europe. However, as Janek Wasserman shows in this book, a “Black Vienna” existed as well; its members voiced critiques of the postwar democratic order, Jewish inclusion, and Enlightenment values, providing a theoretical foundation for Austrian and Central European fascist movements. Looking at the complex interplay between intellectuals, the public, and the state, he argues that seemingly apolitical Viennese intellectuals, especially conservative ones, dramatically affected the course of Austrian history. While Red Viennese intellectuals mounted an impressive challenge in cultural and intellectual forums throughout the city, radical conservatism carried the day. Black Viennese intellectuals hastened the destruction of the First Republic, facilitating the establishment of the Austrofascist state and paving the way for Anschluss with Nazi Germany. Closely observing the works and actions of Viennese reformers, journalists, philosophers, and scientists, Wasserman traces intellectual, social, and political developments in the Austrian First Republic while highlighting intellectuals' participation in the growing worldwide conflict between socialism, conservatism, and fascism. Vienna was a microcosm of larger developments in Europe—the rise of the radical right and the struggle between competing ideological visions. By focusing on the evolution of Austrian conservatism, Wasserman complicates post–World War II narratives about Austrian anti-fascism and Austrian victimhood.

Aquinas Academy 1945 2015

Author : Julie Thorpe
ISBN : 9781925486186
Genre : Religion
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This book tells the stories of women and men of the Aquinas Academy, a centre of adult education in Sydney founded in 1945 by an Australian Marist priest, Austin Woodbury. The book places the personal narratives within the social, cultural and intellectual landscape of Australian Catholicism spanning seven decades. Chapters trace the founding vision of the academy as a Catholic institution of higher education affiliated with Saint Thomas Aquinas's university in Rome, the expansion of programmes of adult spirituality across the eastern Australian states and the growing place of contemplative and mystical prayer in a church rediscovering its spiritual core. Combining archival research and conversations with former students and staff about childhood, war, family and the struggles to make sense of losses and loves, the Aquinas Academy is a story ultimately about adults learning to grow up.

Pilgrimage In The Age Of Globalisation

Author : Nelia Hyndman-Rizk
ISBN : UCLA:L0103987939
Genre : Religion
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This edited collection brings together a series of ethnographically grounded studies on sacred and secular pilgrimage in the age of globalisation from around the world. Pilgrimage is explored as a distinctive form of mobility in late modernity, which emphasises inner transformation. Thus, the studies in this volume show how pilgrimage unifies physical and metaphysical mobility into a holistic project of self-realisation through motion.

Borderland Identities

Author : Madeleine Hurd
ISBN : WISC:89100226844
Genre : Boundaries
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Austrian Cinema

Author : Robert Dassanowsky
ISBN : STANFORD:36105114516623
Genre : History
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"This comprehensive English survey of Austrian film introduces more than a century of cinema, following the development of the industry chronologically through the nation's various transformations since 1895. Important industry movements, genres and films

Peace And The Sciences

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Genre : Peace
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The New Central European Observer

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