Abstract

When Austria regained its sovereignty in 1955, one common narrative had it that the country reemerged after almost four decades of heteronomy: after 1918, France, Britain and the United States would not allow it to join the German Empire; then, Austria was annexed by this very empire; and finally, it was occupied by Allied forces. Did this self-perception bring about a form of anticolonial identification among Austrians or even a sentiment of solidarity with the so-called Third World that was in the process of actual decolonization? This question touches upon complex intellectual transfers between the Global South and the Global North after wwii .

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Additional Information

ISSN
2327-1809
Print ISSN
2165-669X
Pages
pp. 109-128
Launched on MUSE
2015-11-12
Open Access
No
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