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    • Black, Richard; Pantîru, Cristina; Okólski, Marek; Engbersen, Godfried (2010)
      Sociology
    • Vanderwal Taylor, Jolanda (2009)
      Many of today's Dutch writers were children during World War II. Even today, the traumatic childhood experience of enemy occupation is still central to the work of many of them. This interest cuts across the traditional ...
    • Slings, Hubert; van Oostrom, Frits (2007)
      Many people know the stories behind the tulip mania in the 17th century and the legacy of the Dutch East India Company, but what basic knowledge of Dutch history and culture should be passed on to future generations? A Key ...
    • Palier, Bruno (2010)
      This book provides an extensive and comparative account of all welfare reforms that occurred during the last three decades in Continental European countries. It reveals unexpected important structural reforms, to be ...
    • Vintges, Karen (2017)
      To what extent is Simone de Beauvoir's study The Second Sex still relevant? From her work it emerges that patriarchy is a many-headed monster. Over the past decades, various heads of this monster have been slayed: important ...
    • Marx, Ive (2006)
      Advanced welfare states are said to be facing, in the words of Pierre Rosanvallon, a "New Social Question". The idea here, and it is a widely shared one, is that the transition from an industrial to a postindustrial ...
    • Schwartz, Gary (2015)
      Seventh Golden Age Lecture on the Dutch seventeenth century in the global twenty-first
    • Kindler, Marta (2011)
      This book is about migration as a form of risk-taking. Based on Ukrainian women's experiences in the Polish domestic work sector, it presents a new approach to analyse movements of female migrants responding to the demand ...
    • Elsaesser, Thomas (1996)
      German cinema is best known for its art cinema and its long line of outstanding individual directors. The double spotlight on these two subject has only deepened the obscurity surrounding the popular cinema. A Second ...
    • Lucassen, Jan; Sanders, Huub; Blok, Aad (2014)
      Established in 1935, the International Institute of Social History (IISH) is one of the world’s leading research institutes focused on social history and holds one of the richest collections in the field. This volume brings ...
    • Klem, Martijn; Knapen, Ben; Arts, Gera; Kleistra, Yvonne; Rem, Marijke (2010)
      Also available in English "http://www.aup.nl/do.php?a=show_visitor_book&isbn=9789089643285">Attached to the World Few other countries are so interrelated with the world around us in political, economic, and social respects ...
    • Ester, Peter (2017-09-12)
      In this book Silicon Valley expert Peter Ester describes how these 'schools of startup entrepreneurship' operate and how they empower startups. He interviewed over twenty Silicon Valley accelerators. They are analyzed in ...
    • Groenendijk, Kees; Ersbøll, Eva; Waldrauch, Harald; Bauböck, Rainer (2006)
      Nationality and citizenship have been subjects of stormy policy debates in many EU countries in recent years. Concerns over the integration of immigrants, but also attempts to forge links with emigrants, have led to changes ...
    • Groenendijk, Kees; Ersbøll, Eva; Waldrauch, Harald; Bauböck, Rainer (2006)
      Nationality and citizenship have been subjects of stormy policy debates in many EU countries in recent years. Concerns over the integration of immigrants, but also attempts to forge links with emigrants, have led to changes ...
    • Traviglia, Arianna (2017)
      This volume presents a selection of the best papers presented at the forty-first annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology. The theme for the conference was "Across Space and Time", ...
    • Konijn, Elly (2000)
      Actors and actresses play characters such as the embittered Medea, or the lovelorn Romeo, or the grieving and tearful Hecabe. The theatre audience holds its breath, and then sparks begin to fly. But what about the actor? ...
    • Teurlings, Jan; Valck, Marijke de (2013)
      Television as we knew it is irrevocably changing. Some are gleefully announcing the death of television, others have been less sanguine but insist that television is radically changing underneath our eyes. Several excellent ...
    • Hemerijck, Anton; Knapen, Ben; Doorne, van, Ellen (2009)
      Aftershocks was written in the midst of the deepest economic crisis since the Great Depression. Although it would be premature to presume to identify the repercussions of the crisis, it is clear that it will have profound ...
    • Henderson, Patricia C. (2011)
      In 2003-2006, Patricia Henderson lived in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal where she recorded the experiences of people living with HIV/AIDS. In this illuminating study, she recounts the concerns of rural people ...
    • Vullnetari, Julie (2012)
      This remarkable work is an academic and personal journey into Albania’s post-communist society, examining the links between internal and international migration in one of Europe’s poorest countries. Starting from a cluster ...