Jahrestagung des Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaftlichen Komitees der österreichischen und ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
Was there a Nazi science policy and of what did it consist? How was it practised in the occupied and neutral countries, and how did national research systems emerge in Cold War Europe? The goal of this conference is to provide an overview of the development of science policy in occupied and liberated Europe in the 1930s–1960s as a basis for comparative study. Comparisons will be carried out from two perspectives – between the various occupied countries in Nazi Europe, and between East and West in Cold War Europe.
Johannes Feichtinger, Director of the Institute of Culture Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and its Theme Platform History of Science. Austria – Global
Austrian Academy of Sciences
Leopoldina. National Academy of Sciences – Center for Science Studies | European Academies Research Initiative | National Technical Museum Prague
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