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The Habsburg legacy : national identity in historical perspective

Author: Ritchie Robertson; Edward Timms
Publisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1994.
Series: Austrian studies, 5.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"With the collapse of Communism in Eastern Europe and the break-up of the Soviet Union, nationalism and its effects are once more at the forefront of attention. However, to understand more fully what is happening now it is valuable to look back into the past and examine the construction and collapse of the multi-national Habsburg Empire." "After examining how the Holy Roman Empire became the Austrian Empire at the  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Habsburg legacy.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, ©1994
(OCoLC)659487177
Named Person: House of Habsburg; House of Habsburg
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ritchie Robertson; Edward Timms
ISBN: 0748604871 9780748604876
OCLC Number: 30778661
Notes: "This volume presents a selection from the papers given at an international symposium held at the Germanic Institute in London from 24-26 September 1992"--Page viii.
Description: x, 242 pages : illustrations, facsimiles, 1 map ; 25 cm.
Contents: Austria, 'Germany', and the Dissolution of the Holy Roman Empire / Joachim Whaley --
Language, the Constitution, and the Past in Hungarian Nationalism / Laszlo Peter --
Austrian Identity in Hungarian Perspective: The Nineteenth Century / R.J.W. Evans --
Galicia and Problems of National Identity / Iaroslav Isaievych --
Austria and the South Slavs / Robin Okey --
The 'Cultural Soul' and the 'Merchant Soul': Trieste between Italian and Austrian Identity / Angelo Ara --
Ethnic Attribution in Late Imperial Austria: Good Intentions, Evil Consequences / Gerald Stourzh --
'Auf Fluch und Luge baut sich kein Gluck auf': Karl Emil Franzos's Novel Judith Trachtenberg and the Question of Jewish Assimilation / Florian Krobb. Roman Catholicism and Austrian Identity in Two Women Writers / Eda Sagarra --
Alois Riegl: The Late Roman Empire in the Late Habsburg Empire / Margaret Olin --
Hugo von Hofmannsthal and the Austrian Idea of Central Europe / Jacques Le Rider --
The Writer and Austrian Culture: Robert Musil and Heimito von Doderer / David S. Luft --
The Dilemma of Identity: The Impact of the First World War on Habsburg Jewry / Marsha L. Rozenblit --
Citizenship and 'Heimatrecht' after the Treaty of Saint-Germain / Edward Timms --
Austrian Identity and the 'Standestaat' / Anton Pelinka --
Education and National Identity in Austria after the Second World War / Robert Knight --
The Rhetoric of the Nation-State and the Fall of Empires / Peter Alter. Michael John and Albert Lichtblau (eds), Schmelztiegel Wien --
Einst und jetzt; Ernst Bruckmuller et al. (eds), Burgertum in der Habsburgermonarchie / Steven Beller --
Robert D. Billinger Jr., Metternich and the German Question / P.G.M. Dickson --
Bruck Alan Brown, Gluck and the French Theatre in Vienna / Peter Branscombe --
Charles Ford, Cosi? Sexual Politics in Mozart's Operas / John Milfull --
Franz Baumer, Adalbert Stifter; Brigid Haines, Dialogue and Narrative Design in the Works of Adalbert Stifter; Alfred Doppler, Geschichte im Spiegel der Literatur / Helen Watanabe-O'Kelly --
Arthur Schnitzler, Richard Beer-Hofmann, Briefwechsel 1891-1931, ed. Konstanze Fliedl / W.E. Yates --
Eric Williams (ed.), The Dark Flutes of Fall: Critical Essays on Georg Trakl / Andrew Webber. Mark Anderson, Kafka's Clothes; Pavel Petr, Kafkas Spiele / Elizabeth Boa --
Hans-Harald Muller, Leo Perutz; Michael Mandelartz, Poetik und Historik. Christliche und judische Geschichtstheologie in den historischen Romanen von Leo Perutz / Florian Krobb --
Harriet Anderson, Utopian Feminism: Women's Movements in fin-de-siecle Vienna / Allyson Fiddler --
Klaus Amann and Hubert Lengauer (eds), Osterreich und der Grosse Krieg 1914-1918: Die andere Seite der Geschichte / Leo A. Lensing --
Helmut Gruber, Red Vienna: Experiment in Working-Class Culture, 1919-1934 / David Midgley --
David Darby, Structures of Disintegration: Narrative Strategies in Elias Canetti's 'Die Blendung' / Harriet Murphy --
Anna Freud's Letters to Eva Rosenfeld, ed. Peter Heller / Naomi Segal. Bruce F. Pauley, From Prejudice to Persecution: The History of Austrian Anti-Semitism; Richard Mitten, The Politics of Antisemitic Prejudice: The Waldheim Phenomenon in Austria / Peter Pulzer --
The Humming Translator: A Tribute to Ralph Manheim / Peter Handke.
Series Title: Austrian studies, 5.
Responsibility: edited by Ritchie Robertson and Edward Timms.

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Provides a full history of the Habsburg Empire and its aftermath, as well as the historical background to nationalism in Central Europe today. With parallels to modern events, this work highlights  Read more...

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