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Book received on the Warburg-Haus

28 December 2015

VORTRAGE AUS DEM WARBURG-HAUS BAND 12
THE AFTERLIFE OF THE KULTURWISSENSCHAFTLICHE BIBLIOTHEK WARBURG
The Emigration and the Early Years of the Warburg Institute in London

Edited by
Uwe Fleckner and Peter Mack
DE GRUYTER

9 Acknowledgments

11 Uwe Fleckner
HERMIA’S VOYAGE
A Preface

15 Isabella Woldt
FAMILY MATTERS
The Great Depression of 1929 and its Consequences for the Warburg Library

23 Hanna Vorholt
»DAS WAS ICH ALS JUDE VERTRETE, KANN ICH AUCH IN ENGLAND ODER FRANKREICH SEIN«
A Letter by Gertrud Bing to Hanns Swarzenski of May 1933

39 Elizabeth McGrath
DISSEMINATING WARBURGIANISM
The Role of the Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes«

51 Michael Kauffmann
OXFORD AND THE WARBURG INSTITUTE IN THE EARLY FIFTIES A Brief Reminiscence

53 Jennifer Montagu
»A FAMILY, NOT AN INSTITUTE«
The Warburg Institute in the 1950s

65 Sydney Anglo
FROM SOUTH KENSINGTON TO BLOOMSBURY AND BEYOND
The Intellectual Life of the Early Warburg Institute

71 Elizabeth Sears
A DIARIST’S VIEW
Roger Hinks on the Warburg Institute »twenty-five years after its settling in London«

97 Dorothea McEwan
WHY HISTORIOGRAPHY?
Fritz Saxl’s Thoughts on History and Writing History

109 Margaret M. McGowan
TOUCHING ON SOMETHING DEEP
Frances A. Yates and the Warburg Institute as a Place of Discovery

117 Pablo Schneider
FROM HAMBURG TO LONDON Edgar Wind: Images and Ideas

131 Claudia Wedepohl
CRITICAL DETACHMENT
Ernst Gombrich as Interpreter of Aby Warburg

165 Alex Potts
A DIVIDED LEGACY
Ernst Gombrich’s English Translation of the German Tradition of Critical Art History

175 John Onions
FRUITFUL INTELLECTUAL EXCHANGES
The Warburg Institute’s Impact on Britain and Britain’s Impact on the Warburg Institute

187 Arnold Nesselrath
THE AFTERLIFE OF »NACHLEBEN«
The Census of Antique Works of Art and Architecture Known in the Renaissance

201 Notes

248 Picture credits

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Note: For an earlier episode in Anglo/Warburgian relations readers might like to refer to “A fascination for the archive: Herbert Horne, Aby Warburg and The Burlington Magazine in the early 20th century” at The Burlington Magazine Index Blog.

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