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Author von Puttkamer, Joachim
Title Catastrophe and Utopia : Jewish Intellectuals in Central and Eastern Europe in the 1930s And 1940s
Imprint Berlin/München/Boston : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, 2017
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Series Europas Osten Im 20. Jahrhundert Ser. ; v.7
Europas Osten Im 20. Jahrhundert Ser
Note Intro -- Foreword -- Table of contents -- Introduction -- Part I: The Rupture of 1933 and New Expressions of Jewishness in the Age of Nazi Germany -- Utopia as Everyday Practice -- 'What Will Become of the German Jews?' -- 'Jewishness' in the Diary of Milán Füst -- Part II: Modernity and the Search for Identity -- The New Type of Internationalist -- 'Europe' - It's such a strange word for me! -- Part III: Unprecedented Catastrophe and Lines of Discursive Continuity -- A Liberal Utopia Againt All Odds -- From European Fascism to the Fate of the Jews -- Across the Rupture -- Part IV: From Utopias to Post-war Trajectories -- From the Jewish Renaissance to Socialist Realism -- Avatars of being a Jewish Professor at the University of Bucharest in the First Half of the Twentieth Century -- On the Ice Floe: Rachel Auerbach - The Life of a Yiddishist Intellectual in Early Twentieth Century Poland -- List of Contributors
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
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