• Squier, Susan M; Krüger-Fürhoff, Irmela Marei (2020)
    Culturally powerful ideas of normalcy and deviation, individual responsibility, and what is medically feasible shape the ways in which we live with illness and disability. The essays in this volume show how illness narratives ...
  • Domdey, Anna; Iffert, Corinne Astrid; Krahl, Jakob; Walter, Denise Simone (2021)
    The Blechschmidt collection is a collection of medical preparations used primarily for teaching purposes. Consisting of 61 models of embryos, it is located at the Institute for Anatomy of the Medical Faculty of Göttingen ...
  • Bashkina, Olga (2021)
    "This book brings recent insights about sovereignty and citizen participation in the Belgian Constitution to scholars in the fields of public law, history, and political theory. Throughout the Western world, there are ...
  • Lindner, Christoph; Sandoval, Gerard (2021)
    Gentrification is reshaping cities worldwide, resulting in seductive spaces and exclusive communities that aspire to innovation, creativity, sustainability, and technological sophistication. Gentrification is also contributing ...
  • Sotamaa, Olli; Svelch, Jan (2021)
    Video games have entered the cultural mainstream and in terms of economic profits they now rival established entertainment industries such as film or television. As careers in video game development become more common, so ...

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