Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von Literatur und Migration ed. by Wiebke Sievers (review)

Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von... Reviews | 149 formation of Austrian liberalism. Th e book succeeds in presenting economic theory to non- specialists for more than two hundred pages, yet regarding the historical, one can still encounter the sentiment that “Schorske is diffi cult to summarize” (16). Th e rich and suggestive di scussion of the Austrian Econo- mists in Th e Viennese Students of Civilization, however, more than outweighs what is, essentially a matt er of emphasis, and Erwin Dekker has writt en an immensely valuable book. Michael Burri University of Pennsylvania Wiebke Sievers, ed., Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von Literatur und Migration. Vienna: Böhlau, 2016. 294 pp. So- called “migration literature,” that is, contemporary literature writt en by authors who immigrated to Austria and whose fi rst language is not German, has att ained a place of prominence in the Austrian literary fi eld, gathering att ention from publishers, literary critics, and the wider reading public. Authors such as Dimitré Dinev, Anna Kim, Doron Rabinovici, Julya Rabinowich, and Vladimir Vertlib have come to be part of the literary elite whose books can be found on the long list of prestigious literary prizes and in the catalogues of major http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Austrian Studies University of Nebraska Press

Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von Literatur und Migration ed. by Wiebke Sievers (review)

Journal of Austrian Studies, Volume 51 (1) – Jul 20, 2018

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Reviews | 149 formation of Austrian liberalism. Th e book succeeds in presenting economic theory to non- specialists for more than two hundred pages, yet regarding the historical, one can still encounter the sentiment that “Schorske is diffi cult to summarize” (16). Th e rich and suggestive di scussion of the Austrian Econo- mists in Th e Viennese Students of Civilization, however, more than outweighs what is, essentially a matt er of emphasis, and Erwin Dekker has writt en an immensely valuable book. Michael Burri University of Pennsylvania Wiebke Sievers, ed., Grenzüberschreitungen: Ein literatursoziologischer Blick auf die lange Geschichte von Literatur und Migration. Vienna: Böhlau, 2016. 294 pp. So- called “migration literature,” that is, contemporary literature writt en by authors who immigrated to Austria and whose fi rst language is not German, has att ained a place of prominence in the Austrian literary fi eld, gathering att ention from publishers, literary critics, and the wider reading public. Authors such as Dimitré Dinev, Anna Kim, Doron Rabinovici, Julya Rabinowich, and Vladimir Vertlib have come to be part of the literary elite whose books can be found on the long list of prestigious literary prizes and in the catalogues of major

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Published: Jul 20, 2018

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