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    • Paganini, Gianni; Jacob, Margaret C.; Laursen, John Christian (2019-07-15)
      Clandestine Philosophy examines the circulation and consequences of 'clandestine philosophical manuscripts', a genre that flourished in the eighteenth century and included forbidden works such as erotic texts, political ...
    • Fraser, Benjamin (2018-06-08)
      Cognitive Disability Aesthetics explores the invisibility of cognitive disability in theoretical, historical, social, and cultural contexts. Fraser’s cutting edge research and analysis signals a second-wave in disability ...
    • Friesen, Aileen (2019-07-15)
      Russia's political elite promoted the colonization of Siberia as a means of transforming the Russian empire into an international economic power, making possible the exploitation of Siberia's resources, particularly its ...
    • Aroney, Nicholas; Kincaid, John (2017-04-17)
      Courts are key players in the dynamics of federal countries since their rulings have a direct impact on the ability of governments to centralize and decentralize power. Courts in Federal Countries examines the role high ...
    • Cameron, S. Brooke (2020)
      Critical Alliances argues that late-Victorian and modernist feminist authors saw in literary representations of female collaboration an opportunity to produce new gender and economic roles for women. It is not often that ...
    • Hansen, Phillip; Caterino, Brian (2019)
      With a few exceptions, critical theorists have been late to provide a comprehensive diagnosis of neoliberalism comparable in scope to their extensive analyses of advanced welfare state capitalism. Instead, the main lines ...
    • Mitterbauer, Helga; Smith-Prei, Carrie (2017-04-17)
      This volume studies elements of Austro-Hungarian or Central European culture that were common across linguistic, national, and ethnic communities, and shows how some of these commonalities survived or were transformed by ...
    • Craciun, Adriana; Terrall, Mary (2019-01-28)
      Curious Encounters uncovers a rich history of global voyaging, collecting, and scientific exploration in the long eighteenth century. Voyagers from Greenland to the Ottoman empire crossed paths with French, British, ...
    • Tyler, Elizabeth Muir (2017-04-30)
      In England in Europe, Elizabeth Tyler focuses on two histories: the Encomium Emmae Reginae, written for Emma the wife of the Æthelred II and Cnut, and The Life of King Edward, written for Edith the wife of Edward the ...
    • Gallagher, Lowell; Kearney, James; Lupton, Julia Reinhard (2020)
      To entertain an idea is to take it in, pay attention to it, give it breathing room, dwell with it for a time. The practice of entertaining ideas suggests rumination and meditation, inviting us to think of philosophy as a ...
    • Lehleiter, Christine (2016)
      "Fact and Fiction explores the intersection between literature and the sciences, focusing on German and British culture between the eighteenth century and today. Observing that it was in the eighteenth century that the ...
    • Lehleiter, Christine (2016-01-01)
      "Fact and Fiction explores the intersection between literature and the sciences, focusing on German and British culture between the eighteenth century and today. Observing that it was in the eighteenth century that the ...
    • Holman, Christopher (2018-10-01)
      Machiavelli and the Politics of Democratic Innovation uses original readings of Machiavelli’s texts to develop a new theoretical model of democratic practice. Christopher Holman identifies two unique ideas in Machiavelli ...
    • Faflak, Joel (2018-03-12)
      Scholars have long studied the impact of Charles Darwin’s writings on nineteenth-century culture. However, few have ventured to examine the precursors to the ideas of Darwin and others in the Romantic period. Marking Time, ...
    • McMurran Helen, Mary; Conway, Alison (2016)
      Mind, Body, Motion, Matter investigates the relationship between the eighteenth century’s two predominant approaches to the natural world – mechanistic materialism and vitalism – in the works of leading British and French ...
    • Kellow, Geoffrey; Leddy, Neven (2016-02-01)
      " Continuing the analysis of contemporary issues through the lens of ancient theories beyond the themes of Enduring Empire and the award-winning On Oligarchy, On Civic Republicanism explores the enduring relevance of the ...
    • Zavorotna, Nadia (2019-10-01)
      Throughout the 1920s and 30s Prague was the intellectual center of Ukrainian émigrés in Europe, not least because of significant financial support from the Czechoslovak government and its first president, Tomáš Garrigue ...
    • Capito, Wolfgang; Rummel, Erika (2016-01-01)
      Wolfgang Capito (1478–1541), a leading Christian Hebraist and Catholic churchman who converted to Protestantism, was a pivotal figure in the history of the Reformation. After serving as a professor of theology in Basel and ...
    • Rosenberg, Randall S. (2017-04-30)
      This book examines the human desire for God through the lens of Bernard Lonergan's 'concrete subjectivity.' With Lonergan as an integrating thread, the author engages a variety of thinkers, including Hans Urs von Balthazar, ...
    • Lauzon, Claudette (2017-04-30)
      In a world where the notion of home is more traumatizing than it is comforting, artists are using this literal and figurative space to reframe human responses to trauma. Building on the scholarship of key art historians ...