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    • Green, Michaël; Cyril Nørgaard, Lars; Birkedal Bruun, Mette (2022)
      An examination of instances, experiences, and spaces of early modern privacy. It opens new avenues to understanding the structures and dynamics that shape early modern societies through examination of a wide array of ...
    • Götz, Norbert; Marklund, Carl (2015)
      Openness implies bottom-up empowerment and top-down transparency. The Paradox of Openness analyses the tensions encountered when openness is applied to the quest for democracy and markets, freedom and truth, compliance and ...
    • Cima, Elena (2021)
      From Exception to Promotion: Re-Thinking the Relationship between International Trade and Environmental Law tells a new, unconventional story of the relationship between international trade and environmental law, where the ...
    • Prügl, Elisabeth; Rigual, Christelle; Kunz, Rahel; Achakpa, Mimidoo; Myrttinen, Henri; Onyesoh, Joy; Rahmawati, Arifah; Udasmoro, Wening (2021)
      This volume analyses how and to what effect gender shapes, and is shaped by, peacebuilding initiatives in relation to other social dynamics in the context of local peacebuilding initiatives in Indonesia and Nigeria.; ...
    • Horster, Marietta; Hächler, Nikolas (2022)
      This volume presents the results of the fourteenth workshop of the international network 'Impact of Empire'. It focuses on the ways in which Rome's dominance influenced, changed, and created landscapes, and in which ways ...
    • Iyengar, Radhika; Kwauk, Christina T. (2021)
      Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action offers researchers, practitioners, donors, and decisionmakers insights into entry points for education systems change needed to reorient human society’s relationship with our ...
    • Rosser-Owen, Mariam (2022)
      In Articulating the Ḥijāba, Mariam Rosser-Owen analyses for the first time the artistic and cultural patronage of the ‘Amirid regents of the last Cordoban Umayyad caliph, Hisham II, a period rarely covered in the historiography ...
    • Gril, Denis; Reichmuth, Stefan; Sarmis, Dilek (2022)
      This collective volume explores the figure of the Prophet Muhammad in early Islam and its pious transformations in later times. It illuminates the interplay of doctrine, literature and visual arts in the formation of a ...
    • Chih, Rachida; Jordan, David; Reichmuth, Stefan (2022)
      This second volume of the series The Presence of the Prophet, explores the growing importance of the figure of the Prophet Muhammad for questions of authority and power in many regions in early modern and modern times.; ...
    • Johansson-Fua, Seu’ula; Jesson, Rebecca; Spratt, Rebecca; Coxon, Eve (2020)
      Relationality and Learning in Oceania: Contextualizing Education for Development critically engages debates in comparative education and international development relating to context, culture, language and indigenous ...
    • Van Goethem, Ellen (2008)
      This comprehensive account of the Nagaoka capital discusses the capital's construction and layout, and investigates the motivations behind the establishment and abrupt abandonment of Nagaoka within the context of Kanmu's ...
    • Frederick Braun, Lindsay (2015)
      In Colonial Survey and Native Landscapes in Rural South Africa, 1850 - 1913, Lindsay Frederick Braun explores the technical processes and struggles surrounding the creation and maintenance of boundaries and spaces in South ...
    • Fortes-Lima, Cesar; Mtetwa, Ezekia; Schlebusch, Carina (2022)
      This book brings together experts from several disciplines, reviewing and discussing our current knowledge of the complex history, biological diversity and behavioral evolution of African populations. The collection provides ...
    • Parvikko, Tuija (2021)
      Arendt, Eichmann and the Politics of the Past offers a critical analysis of the original American debate over Hannah Arendt’s report of the trial of Adolf Eichmann. First published in 2008, Tuija Parvikko’s book discusses ...
    • Andersson, Rani-Henrik; Cothran, Boyd; Kekki, Saara (2021)
      National parks and other preserved spaces of nature have become iconic symbols of nature protection around the world. However, the worldviews of Indigenous peoples have been marginalized in discourses of nature preservation ...
    • Harboe Knudsen, Ida; Frederiksen, Martin Demant (2021)
      The devilish has long been integral to myths, legends, and folklore, firmly located in the relationships between good and evil, and selves and others. But how are ideas of evil constructed in current times and framed by ...
    • Santiago Iglesias, José Andrés; Soler-Baena, Ana (2021)
      Anime Studies: Media-Specific Approaches to Neon Genesis Evangelion aims at advancing the study of anime, understood as largely TV-based genre fiction rendered in cel, or cel-look, animation with a strong affinity to ...
    • Carlsson, Karin; Lennartsson, Rebecka (2021)
    • Roelsgaard Obling, Anne; Victor Tillberg, Lotta (2021)
      What characterises the development and social transformation of the military profession in Scandinavia? Has the broadening of tasks, function and scope of the military profession lead to changes in the values, outlook and ...
    • Morelock, Jeremiah; Narita, Felipe (2021)
      This book explores how the Internet is connected to the global crisis of liberal democracy. Today, self-promotion is at the heart of many human relationships. The selfie is not just a social media gesture people love to ...