Recent Submissions

  • Hetland, Per; Pierroux, Palmyre; Esborg, Line (2020)
    Traversing disciplines, A History of Participation in Museums and Archives provides a framework for understanding how participatory modes in natural, cultural, and scientific heritage institutions intersect with practices ...
  • Kärjä, Antti-Ville (2022)
    Music, as the form of art whose name derives from ancient myths, is often thought of as pure symbolic expression and associated with transcendence. Music is also a universal phenomenon and thus a profound marker of humanity. ...
  • Lubowicka, Agata (2020)
    The book addresses the relationship between the literary representations of North Greenland and the Inughuit people in Knud Rasmussen’s expedition accounts The New People and My Travel Diary and the historical process of ...
  • Bohm, Simon (2021)
    The subject of the dissertation is church asylum under the 2015 agreement of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF) and the Christian churches. The main legal, as well as actual differences to the granting ...
  • Jarzebska, Alicja (2020)
    This book is an attempt at a new interpretation of Stravinsky’s thoughts about music and art, an interpretation made in dialogue with the philosophy of new music and 19th-century artistic ideas. It is also a proposal for ...
  • Sørensen, Knut H.; Traweek, Sharon (2022)
    Unlike almost most other studies of neoliberal universities and academic capitalism this book ethnographically explores and interprets those transformations and their contradictions empirically in the everyday practices ...
  • Bolesta, Lukasz (2020)
    The legal situation of whistleblowers has become an object of keen public interest in recent years. As practice shows, people who reveal irregularities in the workplace are exposed to the negative consequences of their ...
  • Elahi, Ebby (2022)
    World Compendium of Healthcare Facilities and Nonprofit Organizations is the most comprehensive index of critical information on healthcare facilities and nonprofits in 72 low and lower-middle-income countries as classified ...
  • Lyubashenko, Igor (2020)
    Should we punish wrongdoers? Should we take care of the ones who suffered from wrongdoings? Although we may believe answers to these questions are obvious, they become less so when similar questions are asked under exceptional ...
  • Franaszek, Piotr; Grata, Pawel; Anna, Kozicka-Kolaczkowska; Ruszel, Mariusz; Zamoyski, Grzegorz (2019)
    This book is dedicated to the life and work of Ignacy Łukasiewicz, Polish pharmacist whose world-renowned achievements include construction of the world’s first oil refinery and invention of the modern kerosene lamp. The ...
  • Ishii-Kuntz, Masako; Kristensen, Guro Korsnes; Ringrose, Priscilla (2022)
    This book compares perspectives on gender equality in Norway and Japan, focusing on family, education, media, and sexuality and reproduction as seen through a gendered lens. What can we learn from a comparison between two ...
  • Mizia, Urszula (2020)
    This book is the first integral study of the history of imitative or co-creative artistic work that has led to the creation of cello transcriptions and arrangements. Of an interdisciplinary character, it explores the views ...
  • Kazepov, Yuri; Verwiebe, Roland (2022)
    This book explores and debates the urban transformations that have taken place in Vienna over the past 30 years and their consequences in policy fields such as labour and housing, political and social participation and the ...
  • Łuszczyńska, Maria; Formosa, Marvin (2021)
    This volume presents a range of research approaches to the exploration of ageing during a pandemic situation. One of the first collections of its kind, it offers an array of studies employing research methodologies that ...
  • Blackwood, Robert; Røyneland, Unn (2022)
    This innovative collection explores critical issues in understanding multilingualism as a defining dimension of identity creation and negotiation in contemporary social life. Reinforcing interdisciplinary conversations on ...
  • Bates, Crispin; Mio, Minoru (2015)
    Globalisation has long historical roots in South Asia, but economic liberalisation has led to uniquely rapid urban growth in South Asia during the past decade. This book brings together a multidisciplinary collection of ...
  • Ossenkop, Christina; Veldre-Gerner, Georgia (2020)
    Der Band umfasst Beiträge zum Themenbereich der sprachlichen Variation aus deskriptiver, normativer, historischer und didaktischer Sicht am Beispiel (mehrerer) romanischer Sprachen. Im Zentrum der Beiträge steht die Frage, ...
  • Coene, Jill; Ghys, Tuur; Hubeau, Bernard; Marchal, Sarah; Raeymaeckers, Peter; Remmen, Roy (2021)
    In this 30th edition of the Yearbook on Poverty and Social Exclusion, we look back on 30 years of fighting poverty. How have the poverty figures evolved? We take a closer look at access to justice, education and housing. ...
  • Stagl-Škaro, Natalia (2021-11)
    Petar Hektorović and his production, both material and Immaterial are here considered as a complex unity. His trilingual „Fishing and fishermen’s conversation and other things“ consists of sixteen differing texts. These ...
  • Oberhauser, Claus (2021-10)
    Alexander (Maurus) Horn was a monk, book agent, secret agent and diplomat in a time of great upheaval. He had a key role in a British information-gathering network. Looking at history through his lens, one leaves the ...

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