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  • Leopold, Silke; Pelker, Bärbel (2021)
    In academic research, princely summer residences are regarded as places of longing, where rulers sought to realize their dream of an earthly paradise and escape the constraints of courtly ceremonial. Traditionally, this ...
  • Fabian, Sarah-Denise; Leopold, Silke; Mücke, Panja; Thomsen-Fürst, Rüdiger (2021)
    This publication documents the papers presented at the symposium "The Stamitz family and European musician migration in the 18th century", which took place in Schwetzingen on 17 and 18 June 2017 on the occasion of the 300th ...
  • Laiß, Anna (2021)
    When Algeria gained independence in 1962, an estimated 1 million European settlers and roughly 85 000 so called »Harkis«, muslim Algerians that served as auxiliaries in the French Army, left Algeria en route to France. ...
  • Berkes, Lajos (2021)
    This volume contains the edition of 42 Egyptian documentary papyri from the 5th–8th century AD including translations as well as historical and philological commentary. The texts were written in Greek or Coptic, but the ...
  • Hoffmann, Kristin; Huerlimann, Daniel; Thommen, Marc (2021)
    Cooperative planning is a potent approach for steering quality settlement development inwards. With the combination of (special) use plans and urban development contracts, they come into play where traditional spatial ...
  • Pfyffer von Altishofen, Monika; Huerlimann, Daniel; Thommen, Marc (2021)
    The work deals intensively with the very complex topic of post-mortem organ donation and the question of why it is that not all organs of potential organ donors are considered in transplantation. It covers central questions ...
  • Hassler, Benedikt (2021)
    "Employers and insurances in Switzerland have introduced new instruments to support the return to work process of sick workers. A key instrument in this regard has been the introduction of case managers in companies. But ...
  • Turvey, Gerry (2021)
    This book sheds new light on the under-researched period of early British cinema through a history of the British and Colonial Kinematograph Company in the years 1908-1916, when it became one of Britain’s leading film ...
  • Amistadi, Lamberto; Balducci, Valter; Bradecki, Tomasz; Prandi, Enrico; Schröder, Uwe (2021)
    "Mapping Urban Spaces focuses on medium-sized European cities and more specifically on their open spaces from psychological, sociological, and aesthetic points of view. The chapters illustrate how the characteristics that ...
  • Batra, Kanika (2021)
    global, sexuality, postcolonial, Jamaica, India, South Africa, LGBTQ, South-South interactions
  • Higgins-Desbiolles, Freya; Doering, Adam; Bigby, Bobbie Chew (2021)
    socialising tourism; social tourism; ecological justice; social justice; values; ethics
  • Del Sarto, Raffaella A. (2021)
    The book proposes a profound rethink of the complex relationship between Europe—defined here as the European Union and its members—and the states of the Mediterranean Middle East and North Africa (MENA), Europe’s ‘southern ...
  • Lenz, Tobias (2021)
    How and under what conditions does the European Union (EU) shape processes of institution building in other regional organizations? This book develops and tests a theory of interorganizational diffusion in international ...
  • Duncan, Jane; Gordon, Linda; Kaaf, Gunnett; McKinley, Dale; Nilsen, Alf Gunvald; Pillay, Devan; Radebe, Mandla J.; Saad-Filho, Alfredo; Satgar, Vishwas; Solty, Ingar; Williams, Michelle; Williams, Michelle; Satgar, Vishwas (2021)
    Destroying Democracy, volume six of the Democratic Marxism series, focuses on how decades of neoliberal capitalism have eroded the global democratic project and how, in the process, rising authoritarianism is expressing ...
  • Bigon, Liora; Ben Arrous, Michel (2021)
    "This book is focused on the street-naming politics, policies and practices that have been shaping and reshaping the semantic, textual and visual environments of urban Africa and Israel. Its chapters expand on prominent ...
  • George, David (2021)
    The work details the life and political career of John Baxter Langley, a once infamous but now largely forgotten Victorian reformer. Through a chronological narrative of his activities the work also provides an overview ...
  • Abbott, Jean; treharne, elaine; Fafinski, Mateusz (2021)
    Beowulf By All is the first ever community translation of the poem known as Beowulf, and is published here for the first time in workbook form as Beowulf By All: Community Translation and Workbook in order to provide space ...
  • Haas, Elisabeth (2021)
    School mentoring in Austria is structurally anchored in the curricula of the new teacher trai-ning with the establishment/implementation of pedagogical-practical studies. Partner schools of universities of ...
  • Palpacuer, Florence; Smith, Alistair (2021)
    "EPUB and EPDF available Open Access under CC-BY-NC-ND licence. Today, production processes have become fragmented with a range of activities divided among firms and workers across borders. These global value chains ...

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