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    • Amoateng, Acheampong; Biney, Elizabeth (2024)
      This book investigates the life experiences of youth in South Africa, considering whether contemporary youth have benefitted from the socioeconomic reconstruction of post-apartheid society. Student protests against ...
    • Bailey-Charteris, Bronwyn (2024)
      This book challenges conventional notions of the Anthropocene and champions the Hydrocene: the Age of Water. It presents the Hydrocene as a disruptive, conceptual epoch and curatorial theory, emphasising water's pivotal ...
    • Friedman, Sally; Schultz, David (2024)
      The role of generations is an important, yet often overlooked, variable in the study of American politics. A topic of research in sociology, business, and marketing, the focus on generations frequently occurs in American ...
    • Todd, Anastasia (2024)
      Cripping Girlhood offers a new theorization of disabled girlhood, tracing how and why representations of disabled girls emerge with frequency in twenty-first century U.S. media culture. It uncovers how the exceptional ...
    • Chun, Tarryn (2024)
      Revolutionary Stagecraft draws on a rich corpus of literary, historical, and technical materials to reveal a deep entanglement among technological modernization, political agendas, and the performing arts in modern China. ...
    • Macalalad Bragin, Naomi (2024)
      Kinethic California: Dancing Funk and Disco Era Kinships documents the emergence of new forms of black social and vernacular dance invented by youth living in 1970s California, who helped build the foundations of contemporary ...
    • Lyons, Martyn (2024)
      This book demonstrates the scope and achievements of the history of written culture, with particular reference to the writings of ordinary people. It underlines the importance of writing for the subordinate classes and the ...
    • O’Flaherty, Niall; Mills, R. J. W. (2024)
      Although poverty in the eighteenth century has long been an object of focus for social historians, it has figured only marginally in the intellectual history of the period. This is because it has been assumed that the ...
    • Davies, Daniel; Perry, R. D. (2024)
      This volume demonstrates how the Hundred Years War (1337–1453) provides a necessary context for late medieval literature. Many of the major writers of the period, in a variety of different languages, lived either all or ...
    • Bosse, Ingo; Müller, Kathrin; Nussbaumer, Daniela (2024)
      The volume "International and Democratic Perspectives on Inclusion and Equal Opportunities" brings together selected contributions from the 36th Annual Conference of Inclusion Researchers (IFO), which was hosted by the ...
    • Meier, Klaus; García-Aviles, Jose Alberto; Kaltenbrunner, Andy; Porlezza, Colin; Wyss, Vinzenz; Lugschitz, Renée ; Klinghardt, Korbinian (2024)
      This volume explores innovations in journalism: the goals and expectations associated with them, promoting and hindering framework conditions, and their social and industrial impact. Drawing on an international research ...
    • Pszczółkowska, Dominika (2024)
      This book reveals how decisions regarding where to migrate are made, what factors are considered, how these change over time and why some destinations are more attractive to certain categories of people. Based on rich ...
    • Fuery, Kelli (2019)
      Wilfred Bion’s theories of dreaming, of the analytic situation, of reality and everyday life, and even of the contact between the body and the mind offer very different, and highly fruitful, perspectives on lived experience. ...
    • Hofmeister, Sandra (2024)
      Architecture and construction are at a turning point. They account for more than 40% of global CO2 emissions. Rising temperatures can only be reduced if there is a radical change in the field of construction throughout the ...
    • Hofmeister, Sandra (2024)
    • Diop, Cheikh M'Backé; Jouanne, Cédric (2024)
    • Richard, Guy-Franck (2024)
    • Paolozzi, Luciano (2024)
    • Wiesenfeld, Bernard (2023)