Book manuscripts in preparation
Reisman Arnold Refugees and reform: Turkey’s republican journey (Charleston, SC: BookSurge Publishing. 2009)
Reisman Arnold The transformation of Istanbul: Art galleries reviving decaying spaces. (Charleston, SC: BookSurge Publishing. 2009)
Reisman Arnold SHOAH: Turkey, the US, and the UK
Reisman Arnold, Post-Ottoman Turkey: Classical Music and Opera. (Charleston, SC: BookSurge Publishing. 2009)
Reisman Arnold Arts in Turkey: How ancient became contemporary (Charleston, SC: BookSurge Publishing. 2009)
Reisman, A. Turkey's Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Atatürk's Vision (Washington, DC: New Academia Publishers. 2006). http://www.newacademia.com/turkeys_modernization/
Turkish language edition is forthcoming in 2009 (Isbank Culture Publishing, Istanbul, Turkey)
Reisman A. (2005), “Comparative Technology Transfer: A tale of development in two neighboring countries, Israel and Turkey.” Comparative Technology Transfer and Society, 3 (3) December Issue. Pgs. 303-350, Johns Hopkins University Press.
Reisman A. (2006) “Why has Turkey spawned so few high-tech startup firms? Or, why is Turkey so dependent on technologic innovations created outside its borders?” Insight Turkey, 8 (2) 133-148. Published by the Ankara Center for Turkish Policy Studies (ANKAM)
Reisman, A. (2006) “How a Professor Trained as an Engineer Came to Write a History of Holocaust Survivors Who Found Refuge in Turkey.” History News Network, 9-18-06 http://hnn.us/articles/29114.html. Wake Forest University.
Reisman, A. (2007) “He Replaced Ottoman Theology with Modern Philosophy in Turkey: Hans Reichenbach in Exile from Nazi Rule 1933-1938.” Epistemologia: Italian Journal for the Philosophy of Science 30(1) (2007) June; pgs 77-100
Reisman, A. (2007) “Jewish Refugees from Nazism, Albert Einstein, and the Modernization of Higher Education in Turkey (1933-1945).” Aleph: Historical Studies in Science & Judaism, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and University of Indiana Press, No. 7, Pages 253-281. http://inscribe.iupress.org/doi/abs/10.2979/ALE.2007.-.7. pgs 253-281
Reisman, A. (2006) “What a Freshly Discovered Einstein Letter Says About Turkey Today,” History News Network, 11-20-06, http://hnn.us/articles/31946.html Wake Forest University. Also http://www.turkishdigest.com/2006/11/what-freshly-discovered-einstein.html
Namal, A. and Reisman, A. , “Paul Pulewka Founder of Turkey’s Pharmacology While in Exile from the Nazis: 1935-1955” Journal of the International Society for the History of Islamic Medicine (ISHIM)
Vol. 5, No: 10, 2006. pp 21-29
Reisman, A. (2007) “Harvard: Albert Einstein’s Disappointment.” History News Network. 01-22-07 http://hnn.us/articles/32682.html, Wake Forest University.
Reisman, A. (2007) “Exiled in Turkey from Nazi Rule, Eminent Biochemist Felix Haurowitz Became Indiana’s Adopted Son.” AmeriQuest: The Journal of the Center for the Americas. Volume 4, Number 1. p1-26 Vanderbilt University http://ejournals.library.vanderbilt.edu/ameriquests/viewarticle.php?id=103&layout=abstract
Reisman, A. “German Jewish Intellectuals’ Diaspora in Turkey: (1933-1955).” The Historian. Published on behalf of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, Volume 69 issue 3 Page 450-478, Fall 2007
Reisman A. “Public Health Dentistry Pioneer: Alfred Kantorowicz in Exile from Nazi Rule.” Journal of the History of Dentistry, 2007, Spring;55(1):6-16
Reisman, A. (2007) “Internment of
Germans in Turkey in the Waning Months of WWII: Oral Histories.” Invited by Turkish Armenians on April 11. http://armenians-1915.blogspot.com
Also invited by Sbornik – A Russian Turkic Studies e-journal. September issue. pp 58- 63 http://ejournals.pp.net.ua/_ld/0/64_turk_stud_ii.pdf
Reisman, A. and Capar I. “The German Jewish Diaspora in Turkey: Exiles from Nazism as Architects of Modern Turkish Education (1933-1945).” Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education: An International Journal, The Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace, Hebrew University and Faculty of Education and Mauro Centre for Peace and Justice, University of Manitoba, Vol 1, Number 3, 2007 pp 175-198
Reisman. A. (2007) “The Story Behind the Story of TURKEY'S MODERNIZATION: Refugees from Nazism and Atatürk’s Vision.” Voronezh, (Russia) On-line Journal of Turkic Studies
Reisman, A. “Modernization of Turkey’s Architecture and Radiology by Austrian Refugees: 1933-1945” MODERN AUSTRIAN LITERATURE. (MAL) Journal of the Modern Austrian Literature and Culture Association. Vol 41, No 2, 2008, pp 57-79.
Andic, F and Reisman, A. (2007) “Migration and transfer of knowledge: Refugees from nazism and Turkish legal reform.” Forum historiae iuris. http://www.forhistiur.de/zitat/0707andic_reisman.htm Also http://www.rewi.hu-berlin.de/online/fhi/articles/pdf-files/0707andic_reisman.pdf
For an abridged version thereof see: http://www.turkishembassy.org/index.php?option=content&task=view&id=675
Reisman A. (2007) “A Brilliant Mathematician, a Woman of Strength, Tenacity, and Dignity: Hilda Geirnger” Women and the Holocaust, www.womenandtheholocaust.com http://www.theverylongview.com/WATH/essays/geiringer.htm
Namal, A. and Reisman, A. “Friedrich Dessauer Transferred Leading-Edge Western Radiology Knowhow to the Young Turkish Republic While A Refugee from Nazism” EASST Review, (European Association for the Study of Science and Technology) Volume 26(2) October 2007. http://www.easst.net/review/sept2007/namal
Reisman, A. “Intellectuals Saved from Nazism by Turkey: The Czech Connection” Invited by Dejiny ved a techniky. (History of Sciences and Technology) Journal of the Society for the History of Sciences and Technology, Prague 2007; (3) pp151-174
Reisman, A. (2007) “Hilda Geiringer: A Pioneer of Applied Mathematics and a Woman Ahead of Her Time Was Saved from Fascism by Turkey” Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal. Vol.4, No. 2, Fall 2007, pgs 1-19. http://jps.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/wjudaism/issue/current
Namal, A. and Reisman, A. "JOSEPH IGERSHEIMER (1879-1965) A visionary ophthalmologist and his contributions before and after exile" Journal of Medical Biography, The Royal Society of Medicine Press. Volume 15 November (2007) pgs 227-234 http://jmb.rsmjournals.com/cgi/reprint/15/4/227
Akar N.. Oral, A. and Reisman, A. “Modernizer of Turkey’s Pediatrics: Albert Eckstein in exile.” Journal of Medical Biography, The Royal Society of Medicine Press. Volume 15 November (2007) pgs 213-218 http://jmb.rsmjournals.com/cgi/reprint/15/4/213
Reisman, A ., “A Tribute to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk and to one of his many visions.” The Voice of Ataturk: Official Publication of the Ataturk Society of America.Winter 2008, pp18-19 and 22.
Reisman, A. “They Helped Modernize Turkey’s Medical Education and Practice: Refugees from Nazism 1933-1945.” Gesnerus: The official journal of the Swiss Society for the History of Medicine and Natural Sciences.(SSHMNS), 65 (2008) 3, pp 56-86
Reisman, A.“On Albert Einstein’s non-participation in Harvard University’s Tercentenary 1936 celebrations” Education History Researcher, History of Education Society, (UK) No 81, May 2008, pp 31-41
Gunay-Erkol, C. and Reisman, A. (2008) Émigré Albert Eckstein’s Legacy on Health Care Modernization in Turkey: Two Generations of Students Who Have Made Major Contributions” Hygiea Internationalis 2008 7:1, 27–48
Reisman , A. “TURKEY'S MODERNIZATION: Luminary Professors Saved from Fascism by Turkey and Kept in Escrow for the US, Israel, and Germany” Encounter at the Bosphorus, ATUT publishing house, Wroclaw, Poland. (2008) pp. 45-66.
Reisman, A. (2007) “Rejection & Refuge: Four luminary intellectuals saved by Turkey (1933-1945)” The International Journal of Independent Scholars~Journal International des Chercheurs Indépendants. Vol.1 Issue,1. Summer 2009.
Reisman A. “Bringing the best Western classical literature to Turkish masses” The Translation Journal, Volume 13, No 2, April, 2009. pp 1-7
Reisman A. “M.K. Ataturk: The Patron of the Arts.” Invited paper for The Voice of Ataturk. Spring 2009
Reisman A “On a Taxonomy for the Literature of Migration”
Forthcoming in International Migration. Vol 47: 2009.
Reisman, A (2008), Operatically challenged cultures and Carl Ebert: A historical review. Forthcoming in Vocal Images http://www.vocalimages.com/
Reisman, A. “Turkey’s Invitations to Nazi Persecuted Intellectuals Circa 1933: A Bibliographic Essay on History’s Blind Spot” Available on http://ssrn.com/abstract=993310 Covenant, The Global Jewish Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer 2009).
Reisman, A. “Walter Gottschalk: A pioneer of Modern Library Science and his interactions with Albert Einstein during the Nazi era.” Covenant, The Global Jewish Magazine. Vol. 2, No. 2 (Summer 2009).
Reisman, A (2008), Immigrants and the transfer of knowledge, Invited chapter forthcoming in Encyclopedia of Immigration, Migration, and Nativism in United States History
ARTICLES1 SUBMITTED TO AND APPEARING IN CITIZENDIUM:
An advanced on-line encyclopedia.
Namal, A. and Reisman A. (2007) “They Introduced Modern Radiology into Turkey: Refugees from Nazism 1933-1945”
Reisman, A. Yair Ben-Dov, (2008) Frederick Simon Bodenheimer (1897-1959) – pioneer entomologist in Israel and the Middle East
Arnold Reisman and P. K. Saha (2007) What if the Republic of Turkey retained the Ottomans’ Lingua Franca and Stayed in the French Orbit of Nations?
Reisman, A. (2007) “Three Pioneers of Applied Mathematics Saved from Fascism by Turkey”
Gunay-Erkol, Cimen. and Reisman, A. (2007) “The Founders of Turkey’s System of Modern Higher Education: An Anthology of Testimonials from First, Second, and Third Generation of Students”
Reisman A. (2007) “Intellectuals Saved from Nazism by Turkey: The Polish Connection.”
Reisman A. (2007) “Intellectuals Saved from Nazism by Turkey: The Hungarian Connection,”
Reisman A. “Greater Poland’s Role in Turkey’s Modernization Circa 1933.”
Reisman, A. (2007), “The impact of Jewish professors circa 1930s: Six countries’ universities stagnation, decay, and growth”
Andic, F and Reisman, A. (2007) “Transfer of western knowledge to Turkey: institutionalized policy of translation and library building”
Reisman, A. ( 2007) “Poland’s Foregone Opportunities: Jewish Intellectuals”
Reisman A (2007) “Foregone Opportunities in America’s Higher Education: Jewish Intellectuals up to the 1940s.”
Reisman A (2007) Germany and Austria’s Foregone Opportunities: Jewish Intellectuals.”
Reisman, A and Andic, F. (2007) “Turkey and Germany Prior to and during WWII.”
Reisman A (2007) “Self Marketing of Books: The Epidemic Theory Model and the WWW”
Reisman A (2007), “Einstein the Savior: Turkey the Safe Haven”
Reisman A and Bahar, H. (2008), On the Turkish Republic’s Rejection of Ottoman Heritage in Modernizing its Society: Focus on the Westernization of the Most Visual Aspects.
Reisman, A (2008), German Emigre Professors in Turkey : Their Contacts with the OSS, the Abwehr, and the Kreisau Kreis Circa 1933-1945.
Reisman, A (2008), Turkey: A country that has and continues to cherish western culture.
Reisman, A. (2008) “Turkey’s Library System and Translation of Worldwide Classical Literature Policy: The Impact of Refugees from Nazism,”
Reisman, A (2008), Faculty publication productivity under adversity: Refugees from Nazism while in exile in Turkey
A. Reisman and B. Harun Küçük, (2008) Turkish University Reform and the German-Speaking Émigrés.
Ö. Berk Albachten and A. Reisman, Translating, Institutionalizing, Teaching, and Performing of Western Music and Dramatic Arts in Turkey
Reisman, A. (2009), Some Current Ramifications of Turkey’s Change of Alphabet in 1928.
Reisman, A. (2008) "Intellectuals Saved from Nazism by Turkey: The Shifters of Scientific Paradigms" Working paper.
Reisman, A. and A. Cemal Ekin (2008) “Mustafa Kemal Ataturk and a Mountain”
Arnold Reisman (2008) Religion, Culture, and Economy: the case of modern Turkey
Arnold Reisman (2008) A taxonomic view of cultural tourism: Turkey an example
Arnold Reisman (2008) Cultural change and tourism growth: The case of Turkey’s modernization
Reisman A. (2008) “A pioneer of Modern Library Science who was given a Turkish safe haven during the Nazi era” Working paper.
Reisman, A (2007), On the Turkish Republic’s Rejection of its Ottoman Heritage: An Op/Ed Piece
Reisman, A (2007), Will Turkey be the next “Asian Tiger” economy? An Op/Ed Piece
Reisman, A (2007), Four countries: Four different paths to industrialization and economic development. An Op/Ed Piece
Reisman, A (2007), Misconceptions about Turkey can be dangerous. An Op/Ed Piece. Forthcoming in Sbornik – A Russian Turkic Studies e-journal
Reisman, A (2007), Americans and Europeans Know Very Little About the Turkish Republic’s Rejection of its Ottoman Heritage: An Op Ed Piece http://armenians-1915.blogspot.com/2007/10/2093-americans-and-europeans-know-very.html Also see http://malaysia.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071021085502AA3G9UD
SELECTED INTERNATIONAL MEDIA INTERVIEWS
Ezgi BAŞARAN, “Soykırım tarihinde, Türkiye'ye kaçan Yahudi bilim adamlarıyla ilgili tek satır yok” Hürriyet November 11, 2008. Full page interview.
Dr. Arnold Reisman, "Atatürk ve Üniversite", 12 November 2008
An hour and a half interview on Kanal B; Turkish national educational TV
Voice of America video taping 8 November 2007. http://www.voanews.com/turkish/2007-11-08-voa1.cfm
Interview first broadcast on Sunday, 25 November 2007 at 21:00 (Turkey, Local Time) through "TGRT NEWS" Channel ("TGRT Haber").
Also on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2tW1zWgcrks
Aureliusz Pedziwol “Mehr als nur Gastarbeiter”Ortszeit Das Autorenblog für Politik, Wirtschaft und Kultur 5. 11. 2007
Marek Pędziwol, „Rozmowa z Arnoldem Reismanem: Turcja a Europa,” Radio France International. First aired via satelitte, on the Polish broadcast of Radio France International in Paris, on Sunday, November 18th, at 6 PM. Please see http://www.rfi.fr/actupl/articles/095/article_2928.asp
Also „Uczcie się od Izraela!”
Marek Pędziwol rozmawia z Arnoldem Reismanem
posłuchaj 8 min. 29 sek.
Tekst z 18/11/2007 Ostatnia aktualizacja 18/11/2007 19:38 TU
ESSAYS BY OTHERS
Anonymous Turkey's Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Atatürk's Vision. A review article based on Kantorowicz. Journal of Public Heath Dentistry,. 67,2, Spring 2007, p126
Güney, Erol , Soylesi (Interview) Prof. Arnold Reisman'in Kaleminden (From the Pen of Prof Arnold Reisman) “Atatürk’ün vizionu ve Alman profesorler” (Ataturk's vision and German Professors) Salom Kitap (Salom-Book) No.1, p10
Yakup Bektas, “The German-Turk Miracle: Arnold Reisman’s Turkey’s Modernization,” Essay Review TECHNOLOGY & CULTURE Journal of the Society for the History of Technology. October 2007, Volume 48, Number 4 pp 840-843. Available at: http://www.historyoftechnology.org/eTC/v48no4/bektas.html
Anonymous, (2007) “Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s Vision - by Arnold Reisman (New Academia Publishers, LLC, ISBN: 0-9777908-8-6)” Journal of Public Health Dentistry (2007) 67 (2), 126–126.
Jennifer Rifkin, “Harvard: Albert Einstein’s Disappointment,” By Arnold Reisman, Israel Hasbara Committee, 18 February 2007
Ann R. Sætnan, “Science and Geo-political Change” EASST Review, Journal of The European Association for the Study of Science and Technology. Volume 26(3/4), September 2007,
For pre publication reviews see
For post publication reviews see
8 reviews on Amazon.com
1 review on Amazon.UK
1 review on Amazon.FR
For Published or posted reviews see:
Martin Harwit, “A Turkish revolution Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees
From Nazism And Atatürk’s Vision” NATURE Vol 446 March 29, 2007
B. Harun Küçük, REVIEW, ISIS. Isis is an academic journal published by The University of Chicago Press devoted to the history of science, and the history of medicine, Vol 99 No 1 (2008) PP208, 209.
Kemal H. Karpat, Distinguished Professor of History Emeritus, REVIEW The Historian (Published on behalf of Phi Alpha Theta, History Honor Society) Vol 70, No1. Pp 95-97.
Arzu Ozturkmen, Associate Professor of History, Bogazici University, “Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s Vision” Oral History Review, (Oxford University Press.) 2008 35(1):91-93;
Yitschak Kerem, Review in Sefarad, the Sephardic Newsletter, Volume 16 Number 6, Part II (SEAI6.6.2), June 2007, Europe July 2007 in its 75th Anniversary Edition
Anonymous, ”Contribution to Turkey’s modernization,” European Jewish Press, Brussels, May, 29, 2007Anonymous, “Turkey’s Modernization” MBR: The World History Shelf Midwest Book Review http://220.127.116.11/search?q=cache:vdodUgkOFVgJ:talkaboutabook.com/group/alt.books.reviews/messages/65479.html+arnold+reisman+turkey%27s+modernization+refugees&hl=en&ct=clnk&cd=75&gl=us
Anonymous, “Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s Vision” 'TCM Reviews for Book, Ebook, Audio Book, and Braille Reviews in Every Genre' Canada, http://tcm-ca.com/reviews/1283.html
Anonymous, “Turkey's Modernization” Small Press Bookwatch, Volume 5, Number 12, December 2006. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0RGT/is_2006_Dec/ai_n17115966
Anonymous, “Einstein's Letter to Turkish Government: Yet another example of Turkish humanity, hospitality and vision. The European Jewish Library (EJL), Brussels, 30 May 2007.
Radovan Grahovac, “Die Modernisierung der Türkei Eine nicht vollendete Arbeit“ Austrian Radio http://oe1.orf.at/highlights/69231.html
It is a very comprehensive review of the transformation of Turkey and especially Turkish University system as well as the role of Jewish refugees under Ataturk's leadership. I bought multiple copies myself to share with my colleagues and friends. There is no similar book covering this part of the Turkish history so well. Mehmet Toner, PhD, Professor of Surgery (Biomedical Engineering) Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Personal communication
Aysu Oral, “Turkey’s Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s Vision.”. Historia Actual Online, Publicación: Asociación de Historia Actual, Publicación Online: 15 Junio 2006.
Rachel Bortnick, (Turkish) “Einstein Turkiyeye gelen profesorlerden olabilirdiÂ” firstname.lastname@example.org> October 23, 2006
Rachel Bortnick (Turkish) “Einstein ve Turkiyedeki Alman Profesorler hakkinda yeni kitap” October 22, 2006
Rachel Bortnick (Ladino) “Livro sovre los profesores Almanes en Turkia en los 1930s i 40s” izmirliya 2000, Oct 16, 2006
Anonymous “Meet the Author: History,” http://www.readerscircle.org/authors.history.html,
Miriam Schmidt (In Hebrew) “Why israelis love turkey or: how turkey rescued jewish scientists from the Nazis grasp” Journal of the Association of Isarelis from Middle Europe, July 2007 in its 75th Anniversary Edition
Anonymous, “Turkey’s Modernizasyon” Review in Turkish Cumhuriyet: Science and Technology Supplement, March 30, 2007 or February 16, 2007
Emma Rose Nero, “Review Turkey Modernization,” Writers and Readers Network. January 30, 2007, www.writersandreadersnetwork.com/html/turkeysmnew_releases.html
Charlene Austin, “Turkey’s Modernization,” Writer’s and Reader’s Network. http://www.writersandreadersnetwork.com/html/new_releases.html'STION:
Miriam Schmidt “Die Modernisierung der Türkei: Flüchtlinge des Nazismus und Atatürks Vision” [Geschrieben von Miriam Schmidt (Hellmann), Tochter einer der Ärzte, Prof. Dr. Karl Hellmann, in Würzburg, Deutschland geboren, Facharzt für Hals, Nasen und Ohren. Kam 1943 von Istanbul nach Haifa.]
Paul Auchterlonie, Turkey’s modernization: refugees from Nazism and Ataturk’s vision. The British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies. (2008) 35:1, 116-117
Simon Tisdall, “A test for Turkish democracy” Guardian Unlimited, Guardian News and Media Limited,April 30, 2007 http://commentisfree.guardian.co.uk/simon_tisdall/2007/04/a_test_for_turkish_democracy.html
Turkey's Accidental Modernizers, Reviewed for H-German by Mustafa Aksakal, Department of History, American University,
Migration Letters. http://www.migrationletters.com/200801/20080107Bookreviews.pdf pgs 10 -12
Selected Power Point Lecture Presentations and deliveries
4th Annual Conference of the Turkish American Scientists and Scholars Association,TASSA 2008, "Innovation as Driver for Social Transformation and Economic Growth" Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School in Boston, MA, on April 12, 2008. http://www.tassausa.org/index.php4?pageName=annual2008Programs&Type=annual2008
Turkey's Modernization: Refugees from Nazism and Atatürk's Vision
Sixth Annual Conference, The Israeli Society for History & Philosophy of Science, March 26, 2006, Bloomfield Science Museum, Givat Ram, Jerusalem.
“Encounters at the Bosphorus: Turkey during World War II” (Krzyzowa Foundation for Mutual Understanding and the Willy-Brandt Center for German and European Studies at the University of Wroclaw), Krzyzowa, Poland, 28-30 2007,
Annual Embassy of Turkey Atatürk's Lecture, Georgetown University, Washington DC. November 7, 2007.
John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, April 10, 2008
School of Graduate Studies, Northeastern Unversity April 11, 2008
Annual Atatürk Lecture, Hacettepe University, Ankara. November 10, 2007.
What do Ankara, Istanbul, Los Angeles, and post-war Berlin have in common?
An invited (by Dilek Sabanci) lecture, Opening of the Sabanci Performing Arts Centre, Selcuk University Koniya, Turkey, January 27, 2008. (Postponed)
Archeology’s luminaries saved from Nazism by Turkey
TURKEY'S MODERNIZATION: Luminary Professors Saved from Fascism by Turkey and Kept in Escrow for the US, Israel, and Germany, Atatürk Institute for Modern Turkish History, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, October 17, 2008
From Nazi KZ camps to a Turkish safe-haven: An untold story, Presented at Ozyegin University, Istanbul November 26, 2008
Who institutionalized Western Classical Music and Opera in Turkey? Presented at the Hacettepe Uiversity Conservatory, Ankara November 12, 2008
On Turkey’s climate for high-tech start-up ventures: A Historical perspective and current realities. Invited paper for the Turkish American Business Connection Association, convention, San Francisco, CA, May 29-31, 2007
"Classical Music and Opera in Post-Ottoman Turkey: A Reappraisal." A keynote address the MUSICAL SOCIETIES AND POLITICS: OTTOMAN AND EARLY REPUBLICAN TURKEY IN ITS EUROPEAN CONTEXT which will be held within the framework of the EUI-research project “Europe and Beyond: Transfers, Networks and Markets for Musical Theatre in Modern Europe, 1740-1960”, Istanbul, 29-31 October 2009.
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