The “United Nations” of Eastern-European émigrés
Transatlantic institutions organizing German-American elite networking since the early 1950s
A German-Jewish Newspaper as Heimat in Exile
German art, architecture and design school of the interwar period
International architecture and urban planning congresses
Measures used to gauge the state of economic affairs
Introducing European modernism in graphic and corporate design
Advertising agency that developed the “Think Small” campaign for the Volkswagen Beetle
Building transatlantic networks in science and learning
Relief committee dedicated to the rescue of artists and intellectuals from Vichy France
U.S. program to support nations in post-World War II Europe, also known as the Marshall Plan
Funding transatlantic exchange between the arts and politics
Providing Aid to Exiles and Cold War Propaganda for the United States
This institute was established to help Austria overcome the intellectual depletion caused by authoritarian regimes in the 1930s and 1940s.
A transnational network of exchange on urban development that grew out of the garden city movement
Modernist furniture company at the heart of transatlantic interior design networks
Transatlantic taste-maker and promoter of modern architecture and design
Envisioning a consumerist future in a transnational setting
The United States' first central intelligence agency
Early attempt in media audience research involving many European emigres
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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