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Thinking about the role of Austria in Europe

Thinking about the role of Austria in Europe

To which culture does Jacob Christoph Rad belong, who was born in Switzerland, grew up in Galicia, lived in Vienna and, as a factory director, invented the sugar lump in Moravia?

First published in “Society” No 378, December 2020 -June 2021.

By Emil Brix
Honorary President of the Austro-British Society.



The strange case of English Nationalism.

By Wolfgang Geissler

Ambassador Colin Munro, fellow Austro-British Society board member and Chairman of the United Kingdom Citizens in Austria suggested after reading my recent Blog "From Assimilation to Integration, from Separation to Marginalisation" that I should be concentrating on the subject of Identity in greater detail, which I am going to do now. Identity is after all the core risk factor for acculturative stress due to immigration for both: the immigrant and the host culture, which I had previously discussed.

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