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Center for Austrian Studies Working Papers  [43]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/390

The Center for Austrian Studies serves scholars who study the politics, society, economy, and culture of modern Austria and of Habsburg Central Europe. It encourages comparative studies involving Austria or the Habsburg lands and other European states. The working paper series seeks to stimulate discussion in the field and to provide a vehicle for circulating work in progress.


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The Expulsions of Ethnic Germans from East-Central Europe at the End of World War II

Cohen, Gary B. (University of Minnesota, Center for Austrian Studies, 2010-04)

The “Lesser Traumatized”: Exile Narratives of Austrian Jews

Wimmer, Adi (University of Minnesota, Center for Austrian Studies, 1999-11)

"Germans" and "Austrians" in World War II: Military History and National Identity

Thaler, Peter (University of Minnesota, Center for Austrian Studies, 1999-09)

The Other Modern Dwelling: Josef Frank and Haus & Garten

Long, Christopher (University of Minnesota, Center for Austrian Studies, 1999-01)

Balkan Wedding Revisited: Multiple Messages of Filmed Nuptuals

Iordanova, Dina (University of Minnesota, Center for Austrian Studies, 1998-10)

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