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Transaction Publishers shine spotlight on Contemporary Austrian Studies - Volume 15 Sexuality in Austria presented at the Embassy of Austria

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cover_sexuality_in_austria_small.jpgOn February 23, the Cultural Department at the Austrian Embassy in Washington, DC, hosted a book presentation featuring Eva Nowotny, Austrian ambassador to the United States, Guenter Bischof, professor of history and director of the Center of Austrian Culture and Commerce at the University of New Orleans, Dagmar Herzog, professor at the City University of New York, and Irving Louis Horowitz, chairman of the board at Transaction Publishers.





{access view=guest}Access to the full article is free, but requires you to register. Registration is simple and quick - all we need is your name and a valid e-mail address. We appreciate your interest in bridges.{/access} {access view=!guest} The Contemporary Austrian Studies book series is published by Transaction Publishers, an independent publisher for social science books, journals, and series, located on the campus of Rutgers University in Piscataway, New Jersey. The two most recent volumes of the series, 14 (Austrian Foreign Policy in Historical Context) and 15 (Sexuality in Austria), were discussed during the presentation at the Austrian Embassy.

Transaction Publishers describes this series as an "interdisciplinary serial on Austria in the twentieth century [that] deals with the history, politics, economics, and society of the two Austrian republics . . . [and] gives special attention to the contexts of Austria's delicate geographic and political international position and relations with its neighbors." Transaction Publishers also publishes many other titles on Austria and Central Europe including books by the late Peter F. Drucker.

To order copies of the books published in the Contemporary Austrian Studies series, please visit Transaction Publishers .

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