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The Schüssel Era in Austria

Günter Bischof
Fritz Plasser


Austrian and German History and Literature

David S. Luft

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Austrian literature in relation to the broader context of German and Austrian history and literature is a topic I discussed in the early 1980s with Wendelin Schmidt-Dengler, as well as Hilde Spiel and Kurt Fischer, and I have returned to these concerns in various ways since then. As a historian, these questions are particularly interesting to me. In particular, I have always wondered what the relationship of literature is to the broader context of intellectual life—including philosophy, politics, and the social and natural sciences. In my current research, I am exploring these questions in two related projects. The Austrian Tradition in German Culture is an intellectual history of German-speaking Austria that emphasizes Cisleithanian Austria in the geographical sense (that is the Austrian and Bohemian hereditary lands of the Habsburgs) from the eighteenth century to 1918—and the Austrian Republic thereafter. My second project, Hugo von Hofmannsthal and the Austrian Idea, is a transl...

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