Journal of Austrian Studies

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New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Journal of Austrian Studies.

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From the journal website:

The Journal of Austrian Studies is an interdisciplinary quarterly that publishes scholarly articles and book reviews on all aspects of the history and culture of Austria, Austro-Hungary, and the Habsburg territory. It is the flagship publication of the Austrian Studies Association and contains contributions in German and English from the world’s premiere scholars in the field of Austrian studies. The journal highlights scholarly work that draws on innovative methodologies and new ways of viewing Austrian history and culture. Although the journal was renamed in 2012 to reflect the increasing scope and diversity of its scholarship, it has a long lineage dating back over a half century as Modern Austrian Literature and, prior to that, The Journal of the International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association.

The journal also offers book reviews, editorials and letters to the editor.

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A friend of Bonhoeffer in Cambridge

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Portrait from front cover of Dr Franz Hildebrandt: Mr Valiant-for-Truth (145:9.c.200.5)

Continuing my mini-series of blogs about German speakers who spent time in Cambridge (see earlier posts on Wittgenstein and Bucer) I am moving on to Franz Hildebrandt (1909-1985), pastor and theologian and friend of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, founding member of the Bekennende Kirche in Nazi Germany. Continue reading

Ingenuity in the age of Cervantes: pop-up talk, Tuesday 21st February

Following the Fighting windmills virtual exhibition, a short in-focus talk will be given on Tuesday 21st February at 1pm entitled Ingenuity in the age of Cervantes. Come and join us for a compelling presentation by Dr Rodrigo Cacho  from MML and Dr José Ramón Marcaida from CRASHH (Library members only).

See poster below for more details.

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A Croatian picture dictionary : the February 2017 Slavonic item of the month

We have recently started to catalogue various reference works transferred to the University Library from the Modern and Medieval Faculty Library’s Balkan section.   Most are academic dictionaries, but among them is the delightful 1938 Croatian picture dictionary Sta je sta (What is what).  Each opening provides often quite complex terminology facing illustrative pictures.  Produced by two academics and writers, Iso Velikanovic and Nikola Andric, the 685-page dictionary covers a huge number of topics in quite extraordinary detail.  Even cricket is included.

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Italian Culture

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New on ejournals@cambridge A-Z : Italian culture.

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From the Taylor & Francis website for the journal:

Italian Cultureis the official publication of the American Association for Italian Studies. Its interdisciplinary scope reflects the broad and diverse interests of the Association’s members, offering subscribers scholarly articles in Italian language, linguistics, history, literature, cinema, politics, philosophy, folklore, popular culture, migration, and the influence of Italy on other cultures. It also includes articles on comparative literature and cultural studies.

“Since 2003, the content of Italian Culture has run the gamut of Italian literature from “the Origins” through the Renaissance and Vico, to queer studies, feminist writing, film, and postcolonial women’s writing.

“Though  Italian Culturehas paid great attention to topics in modern and contemporary literature, this is by no means its exclusive focus. Italian Cultureis a multidisciplinary journal that features articles in other areas, such as politics, Italian Americana, cinema…

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