„Vertrieben 1938“ – Sonder-Blogserie im Van Swieten Blog der Medizinischen Universität Wien: Work in Progress über die mehr als 143 an der Medizinischen Fakultät der Universität Wien entlassenen Professoren und Dozenten / "Displaced 1938" – a special run in the Van Swieten Blog at the Medical University Vienna: Work in progress about 143+ professors and university teachers displaced from the Medical Faculty at the University Vienna
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displacement of professors and university teachers
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AbstractSince 11th March 2008 the university library at the Medical University Vienna runs the special blog series "Displaced 1938" as part of its regular Van Swieten Blog (http://ub.meduniwien.ac.at/blog/). Each day one out of 143 displaced professors and university teachers is introduced in a seperate weblog posting. Biographies from a dissertation in the library's repositoy were scanned for this particular purpose. Moreover the corresponding publications from and about the displaced persons in stock of the branch library of the history of medicine were electronically catalogued in the library's OPAC. The postings also refer to pictures and documents in the picture archives and manuscript collection at the Medical University Vienna. Links to appropriate free internet web sites are offered in the postings to further inform on the displaced professors and university teachers.
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