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SUNDAY, MAR 02 2014, 02:00 PM
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This mini-symposium features distinguished academics from Austria and the United States, and is chaired by Oliver Rathkolb, Professor of Contemporary History at the University of Vienna. The event includes a keynote lecture by the US historian Steven Beller that highlights the impact of fin-de-siècle Viennese music, which was felt throughout the 20th century and beyond.
This event is part of the Austrian Cultural Forum’s series of events within the framework of Carnegie Hall's Vienna: City of Dreams (carnegiehall.org/vienna) festival.
"How fin-de-siècle Vienna shaped modern culture in the long 20th century: The case of music during the First World War"
Dr. Steven Beller (Historian, Washington, DC)
PRESENTATIONS & PANELS
Prof. Dr. Mary Gluck (Brown University)
The impact of 1914 for aesthetic culture in Central Europe
Dr. Hans Petschar (Austrian National Library)
The Austrian National Library at War – Hidden Collections from 1914-1918
Prof. Dr. Susane Zapke (Private University Konservatorium Vienna)
Symphony of the War. Viennese Sound Case-Scenarios 1914
Dr. Alfred Poser (City Library Vienna)
The “other” Vienna: Life during World War I
Moderation and Commentary
Prof. Dr. Oliver Rathkolb (University of Vienna)
Discussion and Conclusion: Prof. Edmund Leites (Queens College, CUNY) and Dr. Steven Beller (Washington, D.C.)
ABOUT THE SERIES
This event is part of the Austrian Cultural Forum's Vienna Complex Festival 2014. The ACFNY is partnering with New York’s Carnegie Hall to present the large-scale Vienna: City of Dreams festival in Spring 2014. The Austrian Cultural Forum opens the mind and senses to Vienna today. Building upon the vast artistic, intellectual, and cultural legacies of Vienna in 1900, the ACFNY explores the vibrant creative fabric of the ‘city of dreams’ in the 21st century with a festival of contemporary music, a symposium, a film series, and a major visual art exhibition titled “Vienna Complex.”
> More information: acfny.org/viennacomplex