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"Struggle of Identities: Arthur Schnitzler's and Jakob Wassermann's Concepts of German-Jewish Identity"

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Max Haberich’s thesis is about German-Jewish writers, more specifically the Austrian-Jewish writers Jakob Wassermann and Arthur Schnitzler. He compares to what extent they felt German, Austrian, and Jewish, and how they suffered from this dual identity, as well as from early anti-semitism.

Please join us to hear Max speak. Wine and Snacks will be provided and those who wish can join us at the Pub afterwards for Supper.

This talk is part of the German Graduate Research Seminar series.

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