Edward Timms

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Edward Timms OBE, FBA is Research Professor and a former director of the Centre for German-Jewish Studies at University of Sussex.[1] He is an internationally acknowledged eminent scholar, and his work is mostly focused on Karl Kraus and Freud.[2] He is also a Life Fellow of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge[3]


Works[edit]

  • Karl Kraus, Apocalyptic Satirist: Culture and Catastrophe in Habsburg Vienna (1986) Yale University Press ISBN 0-300-04483-6 reviews: [1] [2] [3] [4]
  • Karl Kraus, Apocalyptic Satirist: The Post-War Crisis and the Rise of the Swastika (2005)
  • Karl Kraus Und Die Fackel: Aufsatze Zur Rezeptionsgeschichte = Reading Karl Kraus Essays on the Reception of Die Fackel (German) (with G. J. Carr)
  • Theatre and Performance in Austria: From Mozart to Jelinek (editor, with Richie Robertson)
  • Vienna 1900 : from Altenberg to Wittgenstein (editor, with Ritchie Robertson). Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, c1990
  • Taking up the Torch, Sussex University Press, 2011

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