Culture and Politics in Red Vienna

Edited by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain

Austrian Studies 14

Maney Publishing for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 November 2006  •  396pp

ISBN: 978-1-904350-94-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

1-19
Culture and Politics in Red Vienna: Introduction
Judith Beniston
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21-36
Austro-Marxism: Mass Culture and Anticipatory Socialism
Wolfgang Maderthaner
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37-59
School for Socialism: Karl Seitz and the Cultural Politics of Vienna
Edward Timms
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61-97
Souvenirs of Vienna 1924: The Legacy of David Josef Bach
J. D. Armstrong, Edward Timms
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99-117
The Feuilleton of the Viennese "Arbeiter-Zeitung" 1918–1934: Production Parameters and Personality Problems
Deborah Holmes
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119-142
David Josef Bach and the 'Musik- und Theaterfest' of 1924
John Warren
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143-164
The 'Enemy Within'? The Social Democratic Kunststelle and the State Theatres in Red Vienna
Robert Pyrah
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165-183
No Laughing Matter: The Place of Comedy in David Josef Bach's Theatre Politics
Judith Beniston
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185-195
David Josef Bach and Viennese Debates on Modern Music
Christian Glanz
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197-213
Anton Webern, the Social Democratic Kunststelle and Musical Modernism
Julian Johnson
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215-226
Oskar Kokoschka, Red Vienna and the Education of the Child
Richard Calvocoressi
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227-259
Isotype and Architecture in Red Vienna: The Modern Projects of Otto Neurath and Josef Frank
Eve Blau
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261-290
'Late Starter': Extracts from a Memoir
Ian Menzies
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291-309
The Takeover of Social Democratic Musical Institutions by the Austrian 'Corporate State'
Anita Mayer-Hirzberger
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311-325
'Nach soviel Glanz': David Josef Bach in British Exile
Charmian Brinson
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327-336
Review Articles: Stifter's Intentions
Michael Minden
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337-348
Reading the Dollfuss Years
Mark Allinson
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349-350
Review of Derek Beales, Enlightenment and Reform in Eighteenth-Century Europe
T. J. Hochstrasser
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350-351
Review of Aloys Blumauer, Wynfrid Kriegleder, Virgils Aeneis, travestirt. (Textbibliothek 3)
Ritchie Robertson
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352-353
Review of Giselheid Wagner, Harmoniezwang und Verstörung. Voyeurismus, Weiblichkeit und Stadt bei Ferdinand von Saar. (Studien und Texte zur Sozialgeschichte der Literatur 109)
Florian Krobb
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354-356
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356-357
Review of Horst Jarka, Lois Jarka, The Others' Austria. Impressions of American and British Travelers. I: 1814–1914
Eleoma Joshua
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357-358
Review of Daniel L. Unowsky, The Pomp and Politics of Patriotism. Imperial Celebrations in Habsburg Austria, 1848–1916
Steven Beller
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359-360
Review of Sarah Fraiman-Morris, Jüdische Aspekte Jung-Wiens im Kulturkontext des 'Fin de Siècle'. (Conditio Judaica 52)
Lisa Silverman
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360-362
Review of Ulrich Weinzierl, Hofmannsthal. Skizzen zu seinem Bild
Jens Rieckmann
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362-364
Review of Kordula Knaus, Gezähmte 'Lulu'. Alban Bergs Wedekind-Vertonung im Spannungsfeld von literarischer Ambition, Opernkonvention und 'absoluter Musik'. (Reihe Cultura 38)
Douglas Jarman
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364-365
Review of Thomas Sebastian, The Intersection of Science and Literature in Musil's 'The Man Without Qualities'
Daniel Steuer
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366-367
Review of Madeleine Rietra, Rainer-Joachim Siegel, 'Geschäft ist Geschäft. Seien Sie mir privat nicht böse. Ich brauche Geld.' Der Briefwechsel zwischen Joseph Roth und den Exilverlagen Allert de Lange und Querido 1933–1939
Jon Hughes
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367-370
Review of Andreas Novak, 'Salzburg hört Hitler atmen'. Die Salzburger Festspiele 1933–1944
John Warren
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370-371
Review of Franziska Mayer, Wunscherfüllungen. Erzählstrategien im Prosawerk Alexander Lernet-Holenias
Ian Foster
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372-373
Review of Klaus Dermutz, Klaus Bachler, Das Burgtheater 1955–2005. Die Welt-Bühne im Wandel der Zeiten
W. E. Yates
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373-375
Review of Ute Harbusch, Gegenübersetzungen. Paul Celans Übertragungen französischer Symbolisten
Charlotte Ryland
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375-377
Review of Fred Wander, Ruth Klüger, Der siebente Brunnen. Roman
Leopold R. G. Decloedt
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377-379
Review of Robert von Dassanowsky, Austrian Cinema. A History
Allyson Fiddler
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380-381
Review of Janet Stewart, Simon Ward, Blueprints for No-Man's Land. Connections in Contemporary Austrian Culture. (British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature 37)
Martin Liebscher
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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds), Culture and Politics in Red Vienna (= Austrian Studies, 14 (2006))

First footnote reference: 35 Culture and Politics in Red Vienna, ed. by Judith Beniston and Robert Vilain (= Austrian Studies, 14 (2006)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Beniston and Vilain, p. 47.

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Bibliography entry:

Beniston, Judith, and Robert Vilain (eds). 2006. Culture and Politics in Red Vienna (= Austrian Studies, 14)

Example citation: ‘A quotation occurring on page 21 of this work’ (Beniston and Vilain 2006: 21).

Example footnote reference: 35 Beniston and Vilain 2006: 21.

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