1. Endangered Scholars Worldwide
  2. Ebby Abramson, Dolunay Bulut
  3. pp. v-xx
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  1. A New, New School for Social Research University in Exile
  2. Arien Mack
  3. pp. xxi-xxii
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  1. "A Cross-Fertilization of Cultures": Émigré Scholars in the Twentieth Century and Implications for the Twenty-First
  2. Harald Hagemann, William Milberg
  3. pp. 761-765
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  1. Strategies and Mechanisms of Scholar Rescue: The Intellectual Migration of the 1930s Reconsidered
  2. Simone Lässig
  3. pp. 769-807
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  1. American Support for German Economists after 1933: The Kiel Institute and the Kiel School in Exile
  2. Gunnar Take
  3. pp. 809-830
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  1. The Ghosts of Weimar: The Weimar Analogy in American Thought
  2. Daniel Bessner
  3. pp. 831-855
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  1. Scientists as Forced Migrants and Refugees: What Can We Learn from the 1930s and 2010s?
  2. Ludger Pries
  3. pp. 857-872
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  1. In the Eyes of Others: The Impact of the New School's Refugee Intellectuals in the United States
  2. Judith Friedlander
  3. pp. 873-893
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  1. Technological Unemployment as a Coordination Problem: New Light on Emil Lederer's Work in Exile
  2. Arash Molavi Vasséi
  3. pp. 897-927
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  1. Hans Neisser: The "Guardian of Good Theory"
  2. Hans-Michael Trautwein
  3. pp. 929-954
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  1. Franco Modigliani as "American" Keynesian: How the University in Exile Economists Influenced Economics
  2. Harald Hagemann
  3. pp. 955-985
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  1. Gerhard Colm and the Americanization of Weimar Economic Thought
  2. William Milberg
  3. pp. 989-1019
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  1. Recovering Frieda Wunderlich: Gender, Knowledge, and Exile
  2. Ellen Freeberg, Gina Luria Walker, Lara-Zuzan Golesorkhi
  3. pp. 1021-1049
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  1. Precarious Cosmopolitans: Arendt and Hirschman as Refugee Intellectuals
  2. Jeremy Adelman
  3. pp. 1051-1076
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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. pp. 1077-1078
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  1. Index of Contributors
  2. pp. 1079-1089
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