Recent Submissions

  • Ross-Tremblay, Pierrot (2020)
    What is ‘cultural oblivion’ and ‘psychological colonialism’, and how are they affecting the capacity of Indigenous Peoples in Canada to actively resist systematic and territorial oppression by the state? Following a ...
  • Caso, Olindo; Kuijper, Joran (2019)
    Public libraries want to contribute to an inclusive and innovative society and aim to enable their patrons to acquire the necessary 21st century skills. Dutch public libraries are therefore gradually adding more and more ...
  • Rieder, Bernhard (2020)
    Over the last decades, and in particular since the widespread adoption of the Internet, encounters with algorithmic procedures for ‘information retrieval’ – the activity of getting some piece of information out of a ...
  • Mazibuko, Zamanzima (2019)
    "Epidemics and the Health of African Nations, explores Africa’s vulnerability to disease, and demonstrates that this disease occurs commonly because of political and economic influences. These factors also determine the ...
  • Al-Delaimy, Wael; Ramanathan, Veerabhadran; Sánchez Sorondo, Marcelo (2020)
    "This open access book not only describes the challenges of climate disruption, but also presents solutions. The challenges described include air pollution, climate change, extreme weather, and related health impacts that ...
  • Golley, Jane; Jaivin, Linda; Hillman, Ben; Strange, Sharon (2020)
    "The year 2019 marked a number of significant anniversaries for the People’s Republic of China (PRC), each representing different ‘Chinese dreams’. There was the centennial of the May Fourth Movement — a dream of patriotism ...
  • Eve, Martin Paul (2019)
    Rather than working at the usual scales of distant reading, this book shows what happens when we bring techniques from the digital humanities to bear on a single novel for close readings.
  • Engebretsen, Martin; Kennedy, Helen (2020)
    Today we are witnessing an increased use of data visualization in society. Across domains such as work, education and the news, various forms of graphs, charts and maps are used to explain, convince and tell stories. In ...
  • van Doornum, Gerard; van Helvoort, Ton; Sankaran, Neeraja (2020)
    The title of the book pays tribute to two Dutch scientists without whom virology would arguably not exist today, at least not in its present guise. The first is Antony van Leeuwenhoek, whose reports of microscopic ...
  • Byrne, Bridget; Alexander, Claire; Khan, Omar; Nazroo, James; Shankley, William (2020)
    Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. 50 years after the establishment of the Runnymede Trust and the Race Relations Act of 1968 which sought to end discrimination in public life, this accessible book provides ...
  • Dierks, Christian; Roßnagel, Alexander (2020-02-03)
    Viele der im System der Gesetzlichen Krankenversicherung erhobenen Daten sind für die Weiterentwicklung und Verbesserung der Gesundheitsversorgung von hohem Wert. Sozial- und Gesundheitsdaten sind als personenbezogene Daten ...
  • People's Daily, Department of Commentary (2020)
    This open access book captures and elaborates on the skill of storytelling as one of the distinct leadership features of Xi Jinping, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of China and the President of the People’s ...
  • Stjernfelt, Frederik; Lauritzen, Anne Mette (2020)
    This open access monograph argues established democratic norms for freedom of expression should be implemented on the internet. Moderating policies of tech companies as Facebook, Twitter and Google have resulted in posts ...
  • Morand, Serge; Figuié, Muriel (2018)
    From SARS to avian influenza, Ebola virus and MERS-CoV, infectious diseases have received increasing attention in recent decades from scientists, risk managers, the media and the general public. What explains the constant ...
  • Scorer, James (2020)
    Comics Beyond the Page in Latin America is a cutting-edge study of the expanding worlds of Latin American comics. Despite lack of funding and institutional support, not since the mid-twentieth century have comics in the ...
  • Ashtor, Gila (2020)
    Aural History is an anti-memoir memoir of encountering devastating grief that uses experimental storytelling to recreate the winding, fractured path of loss and transformation.Written by a thirty-something psychotherapist ...
  • Giacon, John (2020)
    The Gamilaraay language declined in use for many years after the colonisation of Australia. From around 1990, Gamilaraay people and others have been working to revive the language. This book draws on recent research into ...
  • Satgar, Vishwas; Adam, Ferrial; Amin, Samir; Bond, Patrick; Carroll, William K.; Chase-Dunn, Christopher; Gallas, Alexander; Garcia, Ana; Martins Kato, Karina Yoshie ; Majumdar, Nivedita; Seipato, Keamogetswe (2020)
    "BRICS is a grouping of the five major emerging economies of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa. Volume five in the Democratic Marxism series, BRICS and the New American Imperialism challenges the mainstream ...