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The Intellectual Migration

Europe and America, 1930–1960

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ISBN 9780674334120

Publication Date: 01/01/1969

748 pages

29 halftones

Belknap Press


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  • Introduction
  • 1. Weimar Culture: The Outsider as Insider [Peter Gay]
  • 2. Reminiscences [Leo Szilard, edited by Gertrud Weiss Szilard and Kathleen R. Winsor]
  • 3. Émigré Physicists and the Biological Revolution [Donald Fleming]
  • 4. A New Site for the Seminar: The Refugees and American Physics in the Thirties [Charles Weiner]
  • 5. John von Neumann, 1903–1957 [S. Ulam, H. W. Kuhn, A. W. Tucker, and Claude E. Shannon]
  • 6. An Episode in the History of Social Research: A Memoir [Paul F. Lazarsfeld]
  • 7. Scientific Experiences of a European Scholar in America [T. W. Adorno, translated by Donald Fleming]
  • 8. The Diaspora of Experimental Psychology: The Gestaltists and Others [Jean Matter Mandler and George Mandler]
  • 9. The Migration of Psychoanalysis: Its Impact on American Psychology [Marie Jahoda]
  • 10. Franz Neumann Between Marxism and Liberal Democracy [H. Stuart Hughes]
  • 11. Two Romanisten in America: Spitzer and Auerbach [Harry Levin]
  • 12. The Aftermath of the Bauhaus in America: Gropius, Mies, and Breuer [William H. Jordy]
  • 13. Kunstgeschichte American Style: A Study in Migration [Colin Eisler]
  • 14. The Wiener Kreis in America [Herbert Feigl]
  • 300 Notable Émigrés
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index

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