Certificate of Registration for Ernest Manheim, issued in London, December 13, 1933




Julia Mannheim (1893-1955) and Karl Manheim (1893-1947)






In December 1933, Ernest Manheim and his wife moved to London. Their son followed in 1935. Here, from 1934 until 1937, Manheim continued his studies in sociology and anthropology at the University of London and at the London School of Economics and Political Science. In July 1937, he earned his Ph.D. (in Anthropology) with a dissertation on "Security, authority, and society: an ethnological introduction into sociology" advised by Morris Ginsberg (1889-1970), Bronislaw Kaspar Malinowski (1884-1942) and his cousin Karl Mannheim (i.e. Károly Mannheim; 1893-1947).

          Ernest Manheim: Security, authority, and society: an ethnological introduction into sociology. Typewirtten philosophical dissertation, London 1937, pp. 226.
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From 1935 until 1937, Ernest Manheim worked as an assistant to Karl Mannheim at the London School of Economics and at the Institute of Sociology of the University of London.

       


  Letter from Julia Mannheim to Ernest Manheim in Kansas City, Missouri concerning her husband Karl Mannheim. London, February 21, 1947
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Letter from Julia Mannheim to Ernest Manheim in Kansas City, Mo. London, February 21, 1947.
English Translation


In London, Manheim also wrote a 337-page typescript on the "History of the Authoritarian Family", an inquiry which he undertook at the invitation of the German political economist and sociologist, Friedrich Pollock (1894-1970), for the Frankfurter Institut für Sozialforschung [Frankfurt Institute of Social Research]; the original typescript is lost, yet in 1936, a schematic abstract titled "Beiträge zu einer Geschichte der autoritären Familie" [Contributions to a History of the Authoritarian Family] appeared in Paris..