Central European Jewish Émigrés and the Shaping of Postwar Culture: Studies in Memory of Lilian Furst (1931-2009)

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November 2014
302 pages
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This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Between Religion and Ethnicity: Twentieth-Century Jewish Émigrés and the Shaping of Postwar Culture that was published in

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New School for Social Research; University in Exile; Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science; Alvin Johnson; Emil Lederer; John Dewey; German Jewry; cosmopolitanism; exile; Heimat; GDR; Konrad Wolf; Ich war Neunzehn; Auerbach; Löwith; exile; philosophy of history; Mimesis; Hegel; Nietzsche; Goethe; Karl Mannheim; Jacob Katz; Jewishness; sociology; intellectuals; cultivation; assimilation; Germany; Berlin, Isaiah (1909–1997); Kohn, Hans (1891–1971); Namier, Lewis B. (1880–1960); Shklar, Judith N. (1928–1992); nationalism; communitarianism; Cold War liberalism; Jewish political tradition; philology; Figura; allegory; Arian philology; Nazi historiography; Friedrich Torberg; Hilde Spiel; Jean Améry; Imre Kertész; exile literature; post-war era; Auschwitz; Holocaust literature; European economic history; Jewish émigrés; Guido Kisch; Robert Lopez; Toni Oelsner; Michael Postan; Karl Polanyi; medieval economic history; Auerbach; émigrés; cosmopolitanism; Judeo-Christian; typology; Holocaust; figura; Akedah; Mimesis; everydayness; Americanism; European émigrés; anti-isolationism; totalitarianism; world federalism; conservatism; democratization; Judeo-Christian; Pax Americana; Cold War ideology; Lilian R. Furst; Jewish émigré; memoir; comparative literature; England in WWII; n/a

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