Liesl Frank, Charlotte Dieterle and the European Film Fund: Coming Into Their Own - How Exile Changed The Traditional Role Assigned To Women

Liesl Frank, Charlotte Dieterle and the European Film Fund: Coming Into Their Own - How Exile Changed The Traditional Role Assigned To Women

by Martin Sauter

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ISBN-13: 9783844235944
Publisher: epubli
Publication date: 10/25/2012
Sold by: Bookwire
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 377
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 16 - 18 Years

About the Author

German by birth, I have spent long periods of my life in France and in the UK. It was while studying European Cinema Studies at Bath University that my preoccupation with the German-Jewish Exiles began. Over the course of my research, I realised that in Exile Research women have been neglected by scholars and researchers alike, prompting me to concentrate on their role in the exile community in 1930s/ 40s Hollywood, eventually leading to yet another focus in the form of exile organisation as it turned out that both, women and organisations, played a much larger role in the exile community than conventional scholarship would have it.

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