George L. Mosse Series in Modern European Cultural and Intellectual History
The Mosse Series promotes the vibrant international collaboration and community that historian George L. Mosse created during his lifetime by publishing major innovative works by outstanding scholars in European cultural and intellectual history. The Mosse Series publishes in three categories:
- Books in the English language based on the biennial Mosse Lectures given by a noted scholar chosen by the Mosse Program Committee.
- Outstanding original English-language manuscripts in European cultural and intellectual history, selected by a five-member Mosse Series Editorial Committee made up of faculty from the history departments at UW–Madison and the Hebrew University and a representative of the UW Press.
- English translations of books in European cultural and intellectual history. The Mosse Series does not provide translation grants or subventions. The series Editorial Committee must approve the choice to include a translated book in the series and approve the quality of the translation.
Please send inquiries to UW Press Editor in Chief Nathan MacBrien.
For more information visit the Mosse Program in History.
The Invisible Jewish Budapest
Metropolitan Culture at the Fin de Siècle
“A magnificently consequential book. Gluck examines the vibrant modernist culture created largely by secular Jews in Budapest, in counterpoint to a backward-looking, nationalistic Hungarian establishment and a conservative Jewish religious elite.”
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Jews and Other Germans
Civil Society, Religious Diversity, and Urban Politics in Breslau, 1860ÔÇô1925
A History of the Twentieth Century from EuropeÔÇÖs Edge
Intellectual, Cultural, and Social Life in the Third Reich