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Cultură, politică şi studenţi străini în Republica de la Weimar

Culture, Politics and Foreign Students in the Weimar Republic
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Nastasă-Matei, Irina

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Abstract At the end of World War I, Germany was neither politically, nor culturally ”attendable”, for most of the European countries. In this context, one of the main cultural aims of the Weimar Republic will be the resumption of the cultural and academic relations with other countries. The foreign students were invested with a major role in this respect. The Weimar Republic has taken institutional and financial steps in order to intensify the student migration and to repopulate its universities with foreign students, measures that have paid off in the mid 20s. In 1925, the percentage of foreign students in Germany reached again the pre-war level. The groups of foreign students best represented in the German universities were the Romanians, the Bulgarians and the Polish. The paper also takes a look at the evolution of the foreign students in Germany during 1918-1933, focusing on their country of origin, the preferred institutions of higher education and fields of study, as well as on the presence of female students from foreign countries in Germany.
Keywords cultural policy; international cultural policy; academic exchange; cultural relations; student; alien; Weimar Republic (Germany, 1918-33)
Classification General History; Special areas of Departmental Policy
Document language Other language
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 499-514
Journal Studia Politica : Romanian Political Science Review, 13 (2013) 3
ISSN 1582-4551
Status Published Version; peer reviewed
Licence Creative Commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works