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Introduction: forced migrations and scientific change after 1933 Mitchell G. Ash and Alfons Söllner Part I. Physical and Medical Sciences: 1. Identification of emigration-induced scientific change Klaus Fischer 2. Physics, life, and contingency: Born, Schrödinger, and Weyl in exile Skuli Sigurdsson 3. Emigration from country and discipline: the journey of a German physicist into American photosynthesis research Alan D. Beyerchen 4. The impact of German medical scientists on British medicine: a case study of Oxford, 1933-45 Paul Weindling Part II. Psychology, Psychoanalysis, Pedagogy: 5. Emigre psychologists after 1933: the cultural coding of scientific and professional practices Mitchell G. Ash 6. Psychoanalytic science: from Oedipus to culture Edith Kurzweil 7. The impact of emigration on German pedagogy Heinz-Elmar Tenorth and Klaus Horn Part III. Social Sciences: 8. Dismissal and emigration of German-speaking economists after 1933 Claus-Dieter Krohn 9. Emigration of social scientists' schools from Austria Christian Fleck 10. The Vienna Circle in the United States and empirical research methods in sociology Jennifer Platt and Paul K. Hoch 11. From public law to political science? The emigration of German scholars after 1933 and their influence on the transformation of a discipline Alfons Söllner Epilogue: the refugee scholar in America: the case of Paul Tillich Karen J. Greenberg.