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    • Nelis, Jan (2015)
      The papers presented in this volume analyse the many ways in which the Vatican, national Churches and individual catholics dealt with the rise of the extreme right in Europe throughout the 1920s, 1930s and early 1940s, ...
    • Svensson, Daniel; Saltzman, Katarina; Sörlin, Sverker (2022)
      This anthology explores possibilities to acknowledge human motion, and traces thereof, as heritage. Today, with the increasing interest in local and sustainable connections, and in bodily and spiritual enhancement, we see ...
    • Richter, Patrick (2022)
      Der Übergang von der Ausbildung ins Erwerbsleben wurde bisher wenig erforscht. Diesem Thema widmet sich nun Patrick Richter in seiner Dissertation. Sein Fokus liegt auf der Frage, wie sich der Übergangsprozess gestaltet, ...
    • Kobayashi, Tatsuo; Kaner, Simon; Oki, Nakamura (2003)
      A fully illustrated introduction to the archaeology of the Jomon period in Japan, this book explores the complex relationships between Jomon people and their rich natural environment. From the end of the last Ice Age 12,000 ...
    • Passmore, D. G.; Waddington, Clive; Gates, Tim; Marshall, Peter (2012)
      Eventful, influential and absorbing, the early history of Northumberland is a fascinating story that has rarely been brought together under one cover. In this authoritative historical account, the authors bring to bear a ...
    • Brunning, Richard (2013)
      The Somerset Levels and Moors are part of a series of coastal floodplains that fringe both sides of the Severn Estuary. These areas have similar Holocene environmental histories and contain a wealth of waterlogged ...
    • Ottaway, Patrick (2017)
      This critical assessment of the archaeology of the historic city of Winchester and its immediate environs from earliest times to the present day is the first published comprehensive review of the archaeological resource ...
    • Allan, Jonathan A. (2022)
      Drawing on diverse examples from literature, film, memoirs, and popular culture, Men, Masculinities, and Infertilities analyses cultural representations of male infertility. Going beyond the biomedical and sociological ...
    • Boyes, Philip J.; Steele, Philippa M. (2019)
      Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS) is a project funded by the European Research Council under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme (grant agreement No. 677758), ...
    • Kolehmainen, Marjo; Lahti, Annukka; Lahad, Kinneret (2022)
      This volume provides a novel platform to re-evaluate the notion of open-ended intimacies through the lens of affect theories. Contributors address the embodied, affective and psychic, sensorial and embodied aspects of their ...
    • Sezer, Ceren; van Melik, Rianne (2023)
      "This edited volume portrays marketplaces from a mobility perspective as dynamic and open entities consisting of flows of people, goods and ideas. There is a renewed interest in research and policy arenas in marketplaces ...
    • 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)
      Photography, Truth and Reconciliation charts the connections between photography and a crucial issue in contemporary social history. The book examines the prevalence of photography in cultural responses to processes of ...
    • Irwin, Sarah; Nilsen, Ann (2018)
      Long-running trends towards increasing inequality between the rich and poor across Europe have been exacerbated by the 2008 global financial crisis and its aftermath. As employment opportunities for young people diminish ...
    • Cascella, Daniela (2022)
      Nothing As We Need It: A Chimera imagines and writes a composite and impure form of criticism that embodies the writing of research as recursive, entangled, and many-voiced. Shaped by encounters with literature not ...
    • Gilliéron, Gwendolyn (2022)
      The author examines how young adults of binational origin in Morocco and Switzerland repeatedly establish a subjective balance between national discourses of belonging, social processes of inclusion and exclusion, and their ...
    • Burren, Susanne; Larcher-Klee, Sabina (2022)
      Gender inequalities in society are also reflected in the professional field of education. The anthology deals with existing and new problems in pedagogical professions from the perspectives of professional history, educational ...
    • Meeks, Geoff; Meeks, J. Gay (2022)
      Statistical studies over the last forty-five years show that, although there are success stories, very many mergers and acquisitions do not result in the increased operating profits that economics textbooks would lead one ...
    • Jacobi, Claudia; Ott, Christine; Schönwälder, Lena (2022)
      The reception history of the term autofiction, coined by Serge Doubrovsky in 1977 and strongly polarising since then, shows that autofictional writing has been used by numerous authors in the past decades as a possibility ...
    • Abumere, Frank Aragbonfoh (2022)
      Using the lenses of realism, liberalism, the English School and constructivism, this book explains how the divisions and differences in African identities affect African international politics. This book explores the ...