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    • Boyce, Travis D.; Chunnu, Winsome M. (2020)
      Historicizing Fear is a historical interrogation of the use of fear as a tool to vilify and persecute groups and individuals from a global perspective, offering an unflinching look at racism, fearful framing, oppression, ...
    • Van Coillie, Jan; McMartin, Jack (2020)
      Groundbreaking study connecting textual and contextual approaches For many of us, our earliest and most meaningful experiences with literature occur through the medium of a translated children’s book. This volume focuses ...
    • Boons, Pieter; Colard, Sandrine (2021)
      Companion to the exhibition CONGOVILLE, Middelheim Museum, May 2021 – October 2021 One hundred years after the founding of the École Coloniale Supérieure in Antwerp, the adjacent Middelheim Museum invites Sandrine Colard, ...
    • Fawcett, Julia H. (2016)
      How can people in the spotlight control their self-representations when the whole world seems to be watching? The question is familiar, but not new. Julia Fawcett examines the stages, pages, and streets of eighteenth-century ...
    • Schrijver, Lara (2021)
      Understanding the multitude of knowledges that constitute architectural thinking, designing and making In architecture, tacit knowledge plays a substantial role in both the design process and its reception. The essays in ...
    • Westerink, Herman (2021)
      Sigmund Freud, in his search for the origins of the sense of guilt in individual life and culture, regularly speaks of “reading a dark trace”, thus referring to the Oedipus myth as a myth on the problem of human guilt. The ...
    • McBride, Patrizia C. (2016)
      Patrizia McBride's study, The Chatter of the Visible, examines the paradoxical narrative features of the photo montage aesthetics of artists associated with Dada, Constructivism, and the New Objectivity. While montage ...
    • Brems, Elke; Beyen, Marnix; Bazan, Ariane; Luminet, Olivier; Rosoux, Valérie (2020)
      Achttien bekende Belgen bieden een unieke blik op het Belgische collectieve geheugen Welke gebeurtenissen, plekken en figuren blijven er hangen in het geheugen van achttien prominente Belgen als ze aan hun land denken? Op ...
    • Carville, Justin; Lien, Sigrid (2021)
      The role of photography in U.S. migrant histories Since the mid-nineteenth century photography has played a central role in cultural encounters within and between migrant communities in the United States. Migrant histories ...
    • Chandna, Mohit (2021)
      Colonial expansion and spatial grammar in French-language works from different historical and national contexts Colonialism advanced its project of territorial expansion by changing the very meaning of borders and space. ...
    • Wipplinger, Jonathan O. (2017)
      The Jazz Republic examines jazz music and the jazz artists who shaped Germany’s exposure to this African American art form from 1919 through 1933. Jonathan O. Wipplinger explores the history of jazz in Germany as well as ...
    • Langer, Arnim; Ukiwo, Ukoha; Mbabazi, Pamela (2020)
      Large quantities of oil were discovered in the Albertine Rift Valley in Western Uganda in 2006. The sound management of these oil resources and revenues is undoubtedly one of the key public policy challenges for Uganda as ...
    • Seiger, Fiona-Katharina; Timmerman, Christiane; Salazar, Noel B.; Wets, Johan (2020)
      Migration and Labour Mobility The willingness to migrate in search of employment is in itself insufficient to compel anyone to move. The dynamics of labour mobility are heavily influenced by the opportunities perceived and ...
    • Bouckaert, Geert; Jann, Werner (2020)
      Strategies and priorities for the public sector in Europe The public sector in our society has over the past two decades undergone substantial changes, as has the academic field studying Public Administration (PA). In the ...
    • Loosen, Sebastiaan; Heynickx, Rajesh; Heynen, Hilde (2020)
      Critical historiography of architectural theory It is a major challenge to write the history of post-WWII architectural theory without boiling it down to a few defining paradigms. An impressive anthologising effort during ...
    • Braun, Johanna (2020)
      Cross-disciplinary analysis of contemporary images and representations of hysteria We seem to be living in hysterical times. A simple Google search reveals the sheer bottomless well of “hysterical” discussions on diverse ...
    • Debela, Bacha Kebede; Bouckaert, Geert; Warota, Meheret Ayenew; Gemechu, Dereje Terefe (2020)
      First handbook on Ethiopian Public Administration Building an effective, inclusive, and accountable public administration has become a major point of attention for policymakers and academics in Ethiopia who want to realise ...
    • von Oswald, Margareta; Tinius, Jonas (2020)
      Reframing anthropology: contemporary art, curatorial practice, postcolonial activism, and museums How can we rethink anthropology beyond itself? In this book, twenty-one artists, anthropologists, and curators grapple with ...
    • Delaere, Pierre (2019)
      Defining the requirements for a successful transplantation of tracheal segments The trachea is one of the most fascinating organs in the human body. At first sight, it may appear to be a simple tube for air transport to ...
    • Yammine, Bruno (2021)
      Grensverleggende analyse van Duitse propaganda in België in de beginfase van WOI Tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog probeerde de Duitse bezetter België intern te splijten. Dat gebeurde door het voeren van een Flamenpolitik, ...