Political thinker in the postwar Atlantic World
Bauhaus designer and commercial artist
From “European” Psychology to “American” PR
Founder and creative director of advertising agency Doyle Dane Bernbach
Editor of <em>Architectural Forum</em> magazine and vocal critic of modernism
Biography of Hans Blumenfeld, an architect and city planner.
Transatlantic information design during the Cold War
Graphic designer and proponent of modern art in advertising
Psychologist, advertising expert, and motivation researcher
Voice of exiled Bulgarians and peasant activists
Anti-totalitarian liberal scholar of comparative politics
Social worker who played a crucial role in rebuilding social work in postwar Germany
Translating and analyzing political regimes between America and Germany
Architect and urban planner
Songwriter and translator of musical comedy
Founder of the Bauhaus and internationally acclaimed representative of modern architecture
Architect and urban planner, known for his shopping malls and city center revitalization projects
Architect, city planner, and urban historian
President of Volkswagen of America
Transatlantic Perspectives is a four year research project that explores the role of European migrants in transatlantic exchange processes during the mid-twentieth century.
The project is funded largely through a grant from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung).
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