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    • Woycicka, Zofia (2014)
      «Analyzing the earliest debates over the memory of Nazi camps, the author makes an important contribution to the study of their origin, reducing the existing asymmetry in our knowledge on the relevant phenomena in Western ...
    • Lähdesmäki, Tuuli; Mäkinen, Katja; Linda Aldona Čeginskas, Viktorija; Kaasik-Krogerus, Sigrid (2021)
      In this book, Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Katja Mäkinen, Viktorija L. A. Čeginskas, and Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus scrutinize how people who participate in cultural initiatives funded and governed by the European Union understand the ...
    • Witeska-Mlynarczyk, Anna (2014)
      The book offers an interdisciplinary but very grounded look at the question of memory politics in contemporary Poland. It describes the conflicting ways in which two groups of people – the former anti-communist activists ...
    • Codrai, Bettina (2015-08-14)
      Das Buch hat die Darstellung deutsch-jüdischer Identität in ausgewählten Prosatexten des zeitgenössischen, deutsch-jüdischen Autors Maxim Biller zum Thema. Seit 1989 ist jüdisches Leben in Deutschland «sichtbarer» und ...
    • Page, Steve (2016)
      During Nigeria’s decolonization, Swiss traders and diplomats, aware of the exceptional potential for growth, attentively observed this new market for possible business opportunities. This book focuses on multinational ...
    • Ramírez Gröbli, María del Pilar (2020)
      "This book presents a novel analysis of land conflicts arising from large-scale oil palm plantations in Colombia. The study reveals the powerful political dimension of music in the context of the country's transition The ...
    • Forecki, Piotr (2013)
      The book aims to reconstruct and analyze the disputes over the Polish-Jewish past and memory in public debates in Poland between 1985 and 2012, from the discussions about Claude Lanzmann’s Shoah, Jan Błoński’s essay The ...
    • Gorny, Maciej (2013)
      By the second half of the 1940s, newly conquered nations of Central and Eastern Europe were expected to adjust multiple professions, including those related to the historical sciences, to the Soviet model. However, Marxism, ...
    • Grote, Georg (2012)
      South Tyrol is a small, mountainous area located in the central Alps. Despite its modest geographical size, it has come to represent a success story in the protection of ethnic minorities in Europe. When Austrian South ...
    • Wawrzyniak, Joanna (2015-12-11)
      In the vast literature on how the Second World War has been remembered in Europe, research into what happened in communist Poland, a country most affected by the war, is surprisingly scarce. The long gestation of Polish ...
    • Demantowsky, Marko; Lauer, Gerhard; Schmidt, Robin (2020)