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New Video Celebrating 50 Years of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia

Watch the new video celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia. The video features interviews with Associate Professor of English Birger Vanwesenbeeck, Instructor of Piano/Collaborative Piano Anne Kissel, Archivist Kim Taylor, and several Fredonia students who … Continue reading

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Please Join Us in Celebrating “Zweig at Fredonia: 50 Years of Transformation”

As part of the 2017-2018 Convocation Series at Fredonia, “Transformations”, please join the Archives & Special Collections of Reed Library and the Department of English in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Stefan Zweig Collection at Reed Library, as well as … Continue reading

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Zweig Scholar Pardaad Chamsaz and Upcoming Events at the British Library

Pardaad Chamsaz, a twice visiting researcher to the Stefan Zweig Collection at Fredonia, is a Zweig scholar currently completing his PhD via an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships Programme between the University of Bristol and the British Library. His research examines not only … Continue reading

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Literaturarchiv Salzburg and Reed Library Archives Combine Efforts and Zweig Collections

A recent visit to the Literaturarchiv Salzburg (LaS) by Reed Library Archivist Kim Taylor served to facilitate a new collaboration between the LaS and the Archives & Special Collections at Fredonia (A&SC) focused on the respective Stefan Zweig collections held … Continue reading

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National Library of Israel acquires correspondence of Stefan Zweig with Hans Rosenkranz

The National Library of Israel has recently acquired twelve years of correspondence sent by Stefan Zweig to then-aspiring author Hans Rosenkranz between 1921 and 1933. Comprising 26 letters and six postcards, the materials elucidate Zweig’s role (repeated many times during his … Continue reading

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Reblogged: A librettist and his composer: Stefan Zweig and Richard Strauss as seen through their letters (guest post by Kimberly Taylor)

In February 1935, Austrian Stefan Zweig (1881-1942), commonly regarded as the most translated German language author of his time, wrote to German composer Richard Strauss (1864-1949), “One day, your letters, your decisions, will belong to all mankind.” (Richard Strauss and … Continue reading

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Save the dates for “Zweig at Fredonia 2016” this October 3-5!

Continuing the recent surge of interest in the Austrian Jewish author Stefan Zweig (1881-1942) since Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, including the premiere of an Austrian biopic selected as that country’s Oscar foreign-language submission (Vor der Morgenröte/Stefan Zweig: Farewell to … Continue reading

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