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Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): The Salzburg Seminar and Its Legacies in American Studies

The Austrian Contribution to American Life Revisited

DOI
https://doi.org/10.47060/jaaas.v1i1.91
Submitted
February 11, 2020
Published
2020-09-08

Abstract

This review essay reviews From a Multiethnic Empire to a Nation of Nations: Austro-Hungarian Migrants in the US, 1870–1940, authored by Annemarie Steidl, Wladimir Fischer-Nebmaier, and James W. Oberly (Innsbruck: StudienVerlag, 2017) and Quiet Invaders Revisited: Biographies of Twentieth Century Immigrants to the United States, edited by Günter Bischof (Innsbruck: StudienVerlag, 2017).

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