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Welcome to our Foreign Rights Department. Mandelbaum publishes mainly non-fiction books as well as illustrated books.
In the following list you will find a range of titles from our program. If you are interested in any of these books, please let us know and we will send you a reading copy.
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Michael Baiculescu
email: baiculescu (at) mandelbaum.at

Seiten: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (129 Bücher)

ATTAC, (Hg.)

Between Competition and Cooperation. Analyses and Alternatives for Regional Competition


The factor of location, which is followed by competition of the economic agents, develops increasingly to the nearly sole keynote of political acting on global, regional and local level. The pressure of the regional competition is an enormous one, its... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-190-7
Pages: 304
Dimension: 12x18 cm


Heinz Lunzer, Viktoria Lunzer-Talós, Marcus G. Patka

»Die Fackel« by Karl Kraus


»One day, as far as the eye can reach, everything - red. ... In the streets, the tramways, the parks, all people reading a red magazine...!« Robert Scheu in 1909


Hundred years ago the bright red of Karl Kraus' newly founded magazine »Die Fackel« flashed everywhere in Vienna. It was at the same time... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-203-4
Pages: 220
Dimension: 20x27 cm


Traude Veran

The Tomb of Knowledge - A Jewish Graveyard in Vienna


The oldest cemetery in Vienna is a Jewish one; from a historical and cultural perspective a unique monument, an archiv of stones with lots of stories waiting to be told. The book invites the reader to take a stroll at the cemetery, hear the tales of the dead through elaborate epitaphs and... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-176-1
Pages: 224
Dimension: 12,5x21 cm


Birgit Englert, Ingeborg Grau, Andrea Komlosy (Hg.)

North-South Relations. Colonialisms and Approaches for their Conquest


»North-south relations« are at the same time an established and misleading term for the unequal international division of labour that has coined the world at least since the overseas expansion of European seafarer, trader and missionaries. »North« represents the bearer and... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-170-9
Pages: 220
Dimension: 12x18 cm


Ditha Brickwell

Summer of Fear. A novel


The border between Upper and Lower Austria, no man´s land, late April in 1945: Sepp comes to a village, with a coffin in his carriage. He is closely watched by the farmer children Karl and his sister Theres. Very soon rumour is out that something alive is kept in the coffin. Indeed, in the cemetery chapel, Sepp frees... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-026-9
Pages: 336
Dimension: 12x22 cm


WIESINGER-STOCK, Sandra / WEINZIERL, Erika / KAISER, Konstantin (Hg.)

From Depature. Art and Science in Exile


More than 135.000 Austrians experienced exile because of the political and racial persecutions of the National Socialists.


Scholars of all disciplines have dealt with the causes and effects of a return or non-return to Austria. Which disruptions and losses have the displaced and their... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-182-2
Pages: 480
Dimension: 12,5x21 cm


PAWLOWSKY, Verena / WENDELIN, Harald (Hg.)

Art in the Grip of the Nazis - Deprivation and Restitution. Austria from 1938 until Today


In the 1990's, the right of restitution for the children and grandchildren of the victims of World War Two was vividly discussed in the media. The ensuing public reaction "coaxed" numerous institutions like the Austrian National Library and... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-185-3
Pages: 282
Dimension: 12x18 cm


Bea Gomes, Irmi Maral-Hanak, Walter Schicho

Development Cooperation. Agents, Action Patterns, Interests


Development cooperation is a complex field, shaped by different powerful agents. Therewith the unequal distribution of means, technological competences, social knowledge and political power becomes clear. Also the terms »partnership«, »empowerment« or »sustainability« in the... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-169-3
Pages: 200
Dimension: 12,3x18 cm


Andreas Hutter

Razor Blades in the Head. Ernst Spitz - Writer, Journalist, Enlightener


In the 1920s and 1930s Ernst Spitz, born in 1902 in Kronstadt, was a colourful figure of the Viennese »Kaffeehausliteratur/coffeehaus literature«; so to speak an early predecessor of the undercover working journalist Günther Wallraff.


In 1923 Ernst Spitz... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-160-0
Pages: 301
Dimension: 12,3x18 cm


GRANDNER, Margarete / ROTHERMUND, Dietmar / SCHWENTKER, Wolfgang (Hg.)

Globalisation and Global History


The science of history shows currently more and more evidence of a renaissance of »world history«, sometime using the new label »global history«. This term is rather vague and ambigous, the debates of the term multilayered and controversial. Nonetheless, in the centre of this change stands the end of a... [more]

ISBN: 978385476-175-4
Pages: 240
Dimension: 12x18 cm


Seiten: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (129 Bücher)