Princeton University Press, February 2020
By Michael Gordin, the Rosengarten Professor of Modern and Contemporary History
In the spring of 1911, Albert Einstein moved with his wife and two sons to Prague, the capital of Bohemia, where he accepted a post as a professor of theoretical physics. He lived there for just 16 months, an interlude that his biographies typically dismiss as a brief and inconsequential episode. Einstein in Bohemia is a spellbinding portrait of the city that touched Einstein’s life in unexpected ways — and of the gifted young scientist who left his mark on the science, literature and politics of Prague.
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