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The Dallas Goethe Center

German Culture.  Texas Hospitality 


The Dallas Goethe Center (DGC) strives to bring the best of


German culture, language, tradition, and current affairs to North Texas. They support musical performances, exhibitions, a German film series and numerous lectures. At social events members and friends gather to celebrate their shared interest in German culture and language.


The Dallas Goethe Center offers German language classes to children and adults of all ages. From academically challenging games for children to advanced lessons on conducting business in German, we aim to help everybody, at any level. Join us to learn how to speak, read and write German and benefit from the unique cultural environment that the Dallas Goethe Center offers its students, members and friends.  

Dallas Goethe Center Meetup Group



Austrian American Council of North America

Veronika Reinelt, President

2701 Forrester Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90064

Tel: 818-507-5904
Fax: 818-507-1907

The American Austrian Foundation

The American Austrian Foundation seeks to bridge the knowledge gap by providing qualified individuals with fellowships to pursue postgraduate education in medicine, media and the arts.

The AAF's fellowship programs, initially offered to Americans and Austrians, now include participants from more than 100 countries worldwide. The AAF conducts its own programs and oversees joint programs with American, Austrian and international organizations.


In 1984, a group of Americans and Austrians interested in fostering closer relations between the United States and Austria established The American Austrian Foundation (AAF). The AAF has grown from a bilateral initiative to a multilateral, international institution partnering with non-governmental organizations (NGO’s), governments and individuals, directed by committed board members in the United States and Austria.

Austrian American Short Film Festival
The Austrian American Short Film Festival (AASFF) is the first ever bilateral festival featuring short films in all forms and genres by promising young artists and filmmakers from both Austria and the United States. The mission of the AASFF is to increase intercultural dialogue – to foster interconnectivity and the exchange of ideas between Austria and the U.S. Featuring discussions, Q&As, master classes and networking events, the festival provides a platform for young, emerging filmmakers and serves as an incubator for new ideas and projects, encouraging Austrian-American collaboration. The festival also aims at introducing emerging Austrian talent to the U.S. film community, as well as showcasing work by American filmmakers in Austria. An international Jury selects the best films. Awards will be given in the categories ‘Narrative’ and ‘Experimental’, to one Austrian and one American filmmaker per category, respectively.

​Stephanie Falkeis,
Festival Curator

Austrian Society of Arizona

Contact: Ambros Hoffman, President

14234 South 7th Street

Phoenix, AZ 85048, 

Tel: 480-460-4868
E-mail address:


World Federation of Austrians Abroad

ORF TVthek
ORF - Austrian Radio and Television

Die Presse
Wiener Tageszeitung - Vienna daily Newspaper

Der Standard
Wiener Tageszeitung - Vienna daily Newspaper

Kleine Zeitung
Grazer Tageszeitung - Graz daily Newspaper

Österreiches Telefonbuch
Ausrtrian Online Telephone Book

Austrian Wines
Infromation about Austrian Wines





AustrianOffices, Bureaus and Consulates

Austrian Language &

This site features

Wörterbuch Deutsch-Österreichisch, an Austrian dictionary designed to help keep

Austrian German alive and well. Currently includes 1306 words, with more to come.  


Also features Ortsverzeichnis von Österreich, which lists  all states, counties and many cities.

Austrian Cultural Forum
11 East 52nd Street
New York, NY 10022
Phone: (212) 319 5300

Part of the cultural affairs section of the Austrian Consulate General, the forum is responsible for cultural and scientific relations between Austria and the United States. It maintains a reference library specializing in Austrian history, art, and folklore, and organizes lectures and panel discussions as well as educational exchanges.

Center for Austrian Studies

Richard L. Rudolph, Director.

University of Minnesota
314 Social Sciences Building
267 Nineteenth Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455.

(612) 624-9811.

Fax: (612) 626-9004.


Located at the University of Minnesota, the center conducts research on Austrian history and publishes both a newsletter, three times annually, as well as the Austrian History Yearbook.

International Arthur Schnitzler Research Association

Jorun B. Johns.

Department of Literature and Languages
University of California
Riverside, California 92521

Telephone: (909) 787-5603.

Fax: (909) 684-9202.


Maintains a Schnitzler archive at the University of California, Riverside, and encourages and conducts research on that Austrian playwright and novelist as well as contemporaries of Schnitzler. It publishes the quarterly Modern Austrian Literature.

Society for Austrian and Habsburg History

Society for Austrian and Habsburg History
Center for Austrian Studies
314 Social Sciences Bldg., 267 19th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Primary Contact: Howard Louthan

Publications: Austrian History Yearbook, annually; Austrian Studies Newsletter

Focuses on central European history, and on Austria in particular.  For scholars interested in research.

Sources for Additional Study

Goldner, Franz. Austrian Emigration 1938 to 1945. New York: Frederick Ungar, 1979.

Spaulding, E. Wilder. The Quiet Invaders: The Story of the Austrian Impact upon America. Vienna: Österreichische Bundesverlag, 1968.

Vertreibung der Vernunft: The Cultural Exodus from Austria, edited by Friedrich Stadler and Peter Weibel. New York: Springer-Verl


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