The Handbuch Apsterreichischer Autorinnen und Autoren jA¼discher Herkunft contains approx. 8, 000 short biographies of authors who have influenced intellectual life in Austria since the 18th century. Included are not only authors in the strictest sense but also personalities from journalism, science and culture, from music and film. Besides the names of well-known persons also found in other encyclopaedias, great care has been taken to include those who are in danger of being forgotten, presented here for the first time with biographical data in an encyclopaedia. The biographical entries contain the names, pseudonyms, name variations, dates and places of birth and death, as well as professional career along with a selection of published works. Main occupation, the names of the parents, if they can be traced, any awards and details of unpublished works are presented separately. The individual entries have references to appropriate source material, facilitating further research. Also included are an index of pseudonyms and name variations, an index of occupations, a list of place-names which contains the names of the places of birth and death, arranged in their respective historical regions, and a geographical index.18. bis 20. Jahrhundert Asterreichische Nationalbibliothek, Wien. 899. Wachstein / S. 268 D cnf. DBA/ NF D Z. Illustrierte Neue Welt/ Okt. 87/ S. 12. ... u. d. KonfliktlApsung, Psychologists for Social Responsibility; 1997 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order; Lifetime ... Assn. of Conflict Management; Distinguished Service Award, Soc. for Psych. ... Yearbookaquot; u. im aquot;Conservative Judaismaquot;.
|Title||:||Handbuch österreichischer Autorinnen und Autoren jüdischer Herkunft|
|Author||:||Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, Wien|
|Publisher||:||Walter de Gruyter - 2002-01-01|