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Journal of Austrian Studies
Formerly Modern Austrian Literature
Edited by Todd Herzog and Hillary Hope Herzog

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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.

Volume 49, Number 1-2 (Spring-Summer 2016)

Contents

Articles

Jagd und Joch, Frau und Pferd: Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach’s Unsühnbar as a Reflection of Nineteenth-Century Human-Animal Bonds
   Sarah Hillenbrand Varela

Zweig, Freud, and the Ends of Criticism
   Gilad Sharvit

Hybridity, Alterity, and Gender in Marie Eugenie delle Grazie’s Autobiographical Prose
   Agatha Schwartz

Visualizing Waldheim: Mediale Schlüsselbilder der “Affäre Waldheim”
   Ina Markova

Interview mit Vladimir Vertlib
   Conducted by Marilya Veteto Reese

Reviews

Simone Gottschlich-Kempf. Identitätsbalance im Roman der Moderne. Rainer Maria Rilke, Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Robert Musil, Max Frisch und Botho Strauβ.
   Barbara Siller

Norbert Christian Wolf. Eine Triumphpforte österreichischer Kunst: Hugo von Hofmannsthals Gründung der Salzburger Festspiele.
  
Caroline A. Kita

Simon Ganah. Karl Kraus und Peter Altenberg. Eine Typologie moderner Haltungen.
   Ana Foteva

Janek Wasserman. Black Vienna: The Radical Right in the Red City, 1918–1938.
   John Robertson

Donald L. Wallace. Embracing Democracy: Hermann Broch, Politics, and Exile, 1918 to 1951.
  
Vincent Kling

Rüdiger Görner and Klemens Renoldner, eds. Zweigs England. Schriftenreihe des Stefan Zweig Centre Salzburg 5.
   Nikolaus Ungar

Stefan Winterstein. Versuch gegen Heimito von Doderer: Über “Ordnungspein” und Faschismus.
  
Vincent Kling

Jeremy Adler and Gesa Dane, Hrsg. Literatur und Anthropologie. H. G. Adler, Elias Canetti und Franz Baermann Steiner in London.
  
Walter Tschacher

Irène Cagneau and Marc Lacheny, eds. Les relations de Johann Nestroy avec la France. Austriaca: Cahiers universitaires d’information sur l’Autriche.
  
Katherine Arens

Alfred Hagemann. Natur bei Rainer Maria Rilke. Wald, Park, Garten und ihre literarische Darstellung.
  
Elmar Lenhart

Friederike Fellner. Kafkas Zeichnungen.
  
Helga W. Kraft

Birger Vanwesenbeeck and Mark H. Gelber, eds. Stefan Zweig and World Literature: Twenty-First Century Perspectives.
  
Ruth V. Gross

Uwe Baur und Karin Gradwohl-Schlacher. Literatur in O¨sterreich 1938–1945. Handbuch eines literarischen Systems 3: Obero¨sterreich.
  
Walter Tschacher

Marina Cattaruzza, Stefan Dyroff, and Dieter Langewiesche, eds. Territorial Revisionism and the Allies of Germany in the Second World War.
  
Laura A. Detre

Martina Gugglberger. Reguliertes Abenteuer: Missionarinnen in Südafrika nach 1945. L’Homme Schriften. Reihe zur Feministischen Geschichtswissenschaft 22.
   Martina Cucchiara

Tobias Matzner. Vita variabilis: Handelnde und ihre Welt nach Hannah Arendt und Ludwig Wittgenstein.
   Katherine Arens

Günter Bischof, Jason Dawsey, and Bernhard Fetz, eds. The Life and Work of Günther Anders.
  
Stephanie Dreier

Anna Kinder, ed. Peter Handke: Stationen, Orte, Positionen.
  
Anita McChesney

Robin Hauenstein. Historiographische Metafiktionen: Ransmayr, Sebald, Kracht, Beyer.
  
Gary Schmidt

Susanne Blumesberger. Handbuch der österreichischen Kinder-und Jugendbuchautorinnen.
  
Sarah S. Painitz

Lynn M. Kutch and Todd Herzog, eds. Tatort Germany: The Curious Case of German-Language Crime Fiction.
  
Thomas W. Kniesche
 
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