Recent Submissions

  • Kunderová, Radka (2021)
    The issue of (dis)continuity in the pre- and post-1989 situation has been a contentious one in the Czech public debate and intensely discussed particularly in the early 2010s. In the field of theatre, the question of ...
  • Yamada, Masaru; Kageura, Kyo; Miyata, Rei (2022)
    "This edited volume covers the development and application of metalanguages for concretely describing and communicating translation processes in practice. In a modern setting of project-based translation, it is crucial ...
  • Miyata, Rei; Takuya, Miyauchi (2022)
    "This edited volume covers the development and application of metalanguages for concretely describing and communicating translation processes in practice. In a modern setting of project-based translation, it is crucial ...
  • Kageura, Kyo; Miyata, Rei; Yamada, Masaru (2022)
    "This edited volume covers the development and application of metalanguages for concretely describing and communicating translation processes in practice. In a modern setting of project-based translation, it is crucial ...
  • Miyata, Rei; Yamada, Masaru; Kageura, Kyo (2022)
    "This edited volume covers the development and application of metalanguages for concretely describing and communicating translation processes in practice. In a modern setting of project-based translation, it is crucial ...
  • Miles, Melissa (2020)
    The notion that photographs are the products of biases and hidden agendas is nothing new. Photographs have presented Argentina’s Proceso as a source of peace and stability, Canada’s residential schools as agents of successful ...
  • Miles, Melissa (2020)
    Photography, Truth and Reconciliation examines the special place of photographs in contexts of truth and reconciliation. The moral and political implications of viewing photographs of human suffering, especially from a ...
  • Irwin, Sarah; Nilsen, Ann (2018)
    This chapter sketches some key developments in the framing of youth and early adulthood as life course stages, and situates the influence of the recent economic recession with reference to longer-term trends including ...
  • van Eck, Emil; van Melik, Rianne; Schapendonk, Joris (2023)
    The widely articulated death of public space in the early 1990s marked the beginning of an extensive interdisciplinary debate on public spaces in general and marketplaces in particular, discussing their social characteristics, ...
  • van Melik, Rianne; Sezer, Ceren (2023)
    This chapter sets the ground for the argument and aim of this edited volume on marketplaces. The book investigates marketplaces as important urban spaces not as pre-given, fixed locations with clear demarcations in space ...
  • Kucheran, Riley; Clark, Jessica P.; Lezama, Nigel (2022)
    Luxury and Indigenous Resurgence Riley Kucheran with Jessica P. Clark and Nigel Lezama In this discussion, Riley Kucheran, a member of Biigtigong Nishnaabeg (Pic River First Nation), shares his experiences and insights ...
  • Ligthart, Sjors; Meynen, Gerben; Thomas, Douglas (2022)
    The outline of this chapter is as follows. In section 2 we provide a further definition of PTs, and present some possibilities that PTs offer for the smart correctional rehabilitation of criminal offenders. Next, in ...
  • Paul, Katharina T.; Haddad, Christian (2023)
    "Once treated as the absence of knowledge, ignorance has now become a highly influential and rapidly growing topic in its own right. This new edition of the seminal text in the field is fully revised and includes new and ...
  • Beljaars, Diana (2022)
    The confusions live on as the neuropsychiatric sciences cannot answer all questions individuals with compulsive sensibilities may have. Chapter 2 outlines that current knowledge of Tourette’s-related compulsions is minimal, ...
  • Deneulin, Severine (2021)
    This book brings development theory and practice into dialogue with the religious tradition, in order to construct a new, trans-disciplinary vision of development, with integral ecology at its heart. It focuses on the ...
  • Deneulin, Severine (2021)
    This book brings development theory and practice into dialogue with the religious tradition, in order to construct a new, trans-disciplinary vision of development, with integral ecology at its heart. It focuses on the ...
  • Kamp, Alanna (2022)
    In this chapter I detail my postcolonial feminist approach, with particular reference to recent moves in the discipline of geography (namely historical geography) to decolonialise the discipline and privilege women’s voices ...
  • Maj-Waśniowska, Katarzyna; Stanienda, J.; Wyrobek, J. (2023)
    The fourth industrial revolution, characterized by digitization, artificial intelligence and augmented reality, and megatrends such as globalization, urbanization, demographic changes and the knowledge-based economy, will ...
  • Kożuch, Małgorzata; Wąsowicz, Krzysztof; Rosiek, Ksymena (2023)
    The fourth industrial revolution, characterized by digitization, artificial intelligence and augmented reality, and megatrends such as globalization, urbanization, demographic changes and the knowledge-based economy, will ...
  • Płonka, Maria; Niżnik, J.; Jedynak, T. (2023)
    The fourth industrial revolution, characterized by digitization, artificial intelligence and augmented reality, and megatrends such as globalization, urbanization, demographic changes and the knowledge-based economy, will ...

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