Journal or Book Title
German Studies Review
Alchemie des Exils: Exil als schöpferischer Impuls offers a number of diverse perspec tives on exile, approaches that might, at first glance, seem incompatible. Beginning with essays tided "Pestalozzi in Dewey's Realm: Bauhaus Master Josef Albers at Black Mountain College (1933-1949)" (Karl-H. F?ssl) and "Hannah Arendt's Elaboration of an Existential Republicanism" (Wolfgang Heuer), the volume also includes a piece by David Ketder on "'Weimar and Labor' as Legacy: Ernst Fraenkel, Otto Kahn-Freund, and Franz L. Neumann" and one by Laureen Nussbaum address ing "Robert(o) Schopflocher's Adaptive Response: Via the Argentine Soil Back to His German Roots." These distinct contributions, however, combine with careful readings of literary, philosophical, and cultural texts to generate a thought-provok ing engagement with the questions of how, when, where, and to what extent the impetus of exile meets the boundlessness of creativity.
German Studies Association
Carter, William H., "Die Alchemie des Exils: Exil als schöpferischer Impuls by Helga Schreckenberger (Review)" (2007). World Languages and Cultures Publications. 64.