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Blueprints for No-Man’s Land

Connections in Contemporary Austrian Culture

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Janet Stewart and Simon Ward

Contents: Janet Stewart: Locating and Connecting Culture – Julie M. Johnson: The Embodied Gaze: Contemporary Art and the Museum Culture of Vienna – Matthias Konzett: National Iconoclasm and Dissent: Thomas Bernhard, Doron Rabinovici, and the Austrian Avantgarde – Frank Finlay: ‘… zwischen Fischstäbchen, bosnischen Leichen und Tschibo-Kaffee’: Peter Turrini and the Media – David Barnett: Televisualising Racism on Stage: Elfriede Jelinek’s Stecken, Stab und Stangl – Allyson Fiddler: Sport and National Identity in the ‘New’ Austria: Sports Plays by Elfriede Jelinek, Franzobel and Marlene Streeruwitz – Wolfgang Straub: ‘Ein offenes Willkommen Tor’: Tourism in Austria between national identity, economic practice and literary representation – Annegret Pelz: Odyssey in No-Man’s Land: The ‘Odysseus File’ and the Interstitial Space in the Text – Karen Leeder: ‘Principles of Correspondence’: Scientist, Explorer, Poet in the work of Raoul Schrott – Thomas Eder: The Experiment in the Natural Sciences and in Art – Simon Ward: ‘Connecting’ Literature and Music: On the Collaborative Work of Clemens Gadenstätter and Lisa Spalt and Its Interpretation.