Anson Rabinbach
IFK_Gast des Direktors


Zeitraum des Fellowships:
01. März 2013 bis 30. Juni 2013

Anson Rabinbach

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Publikationen

Selected Publications: Begriffe aus dem Kalten Krieg: Totalitarismus, Antifaschismus, Genozid, Jena 2009; In the Shadow of Catastrophe. German Intellectuals between Apocalypse and Enlightenment, Berkeley 1997; The Human Motor: Energy, Fatigue and the Origins of Modernity, New York 1990; The Austrian Socialist Experiment: Social Democracy and Austro-Marxism 1918–1934, Boulder 1985; The Crisis of Austrian Socialism: From Red Vienna to Civil War 1927–1934, Chicago 1983.

12
Juni
2013
  • Lecture Series
ÖSTERREICHISCHES STAATSARCHIV, DACHFOYER, MINORITENPLATZ 1 1010 WIEN
Anson Rabinbach

Anson Rabinbach, Professor of History at Princeton University, traces the legacy of Raphael Lemkin (1900–1959), the Polish-Jewish jurist described as a “largely forgotten immigrant from Poland who coined the word “genocide” and pushed a convention outlawing it through the General Assembly.” (New York Times, June 19, 2001).

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