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Schnorrers and Parvenus: Antisemitic caricatures in the Viennese Press during the late 19th and early 20th centuries

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Schnorrers and Parvenus: Antisemitic caricatures in the Viennese Press during the late 19th and early 20th centuries

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Schnorrers and Parvenus: Antisemitic caricatures in the Viennese Press during the late 19th and early 20th centuries

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Museum members only

Speaker: Dr Jonathan C. Kaplan

At the turn of the 20th century, Vienna, the imperial and royal dual capital of a vast and multi-ethnic empire was home to one of Europe’s largest Jewish populations. It was also known as one of the continent’s capitals of antisemitism.

This lecture will explore the stereotyping of Vienna’s Jewish population through antisemitic caricatures that appeared in popular Viennese satirical magazines during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Such imagery reveals the complex and often conflicting imagery of Jews within one of Europe’s most ‘Jewish’ cities before WWII.

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Due to the sensitive nature of the content in the Holocaust exhibition, we recommend that children no younger than 11 years of age attend, and that children under 13 years of age are accompanied by an adult at all times.

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