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The Bauhaus Idea and Bauhaus Politics

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Éva Forgács

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Éva Forgács

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1I first became fascinated by the Bauhaus when I was discovering the writings of the late Hungarian art critic Ernó Kállal In the collections of the Deutsche Bücherel In Leipzig. Throughout my years of thinking and working on this subject I have received unfailing encouragement, help and advice from my former professor, Dr Anna Zddor, at the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, from whom I have never stopped learning.

2I am indebted to the staff of the Bauhaus Archiv In Berlin and of the Getty Archive In Santa Monica for their help with my research, and I owe a great deal to my family and friends - in particular to Zsuzsa Gáspár, Kati Sebes, Peter Balassa, Peter Dondth and, above all, Gyula - for patiently discussing, reading and rereading my manuscript, as well as mercilessly challenging my Ideas.

3I am grateful to John Bátki for his close and sensitive translation, and, last but not least, to Pauline Wickham and Liz Lowther of the CEU Press, who made the publication of this work a reality.

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