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    • Odin, Roger (2022)
      "Semio-pragmatics, an approach to the study of film and audiovisual media first proposed by Roger Odin in the early 1980s, shifted the focus from textual analysis to the interaction of text and context and to the institutional ...
    • de la Fuente, José; Salas, Ricardo (2021)
      The plural ecommunitarian tendency, an indispensable guide for a new historical sense, shares A. Lincoln's definition of democracy: "government of the people, by the people and for the people", where intercultural experiences ...
    • Silva, Hernán Asdrúbal (2021)
      The migration issue, which is presented as one of the most current socio-economic and political problems, when combined with the cataclysm produced by the COVID pandemic, acquires new dimensions. We have approached this ...
    • Chust, Manuel; Vásquez, Sigfredo (2021)
      The definitive crisis of the system in force in Iberian America for 300 years had global consequences, being a phenomenon that was conclusive for the establishment of the hegemony of the West in the 19th and 20th centuries. ...
    • Quiroga, Manuel (2021)
      The Second International marked a stage in the history of the labor movement characterized by the formation of mass parties, the growth of trade unions, the development of numerous social organizations and the constitution ...
    • Dekker, Henk-Jan (2022)
      In an effort to fight climate change, many cities try to boost their cycling levels. They often look towards the Dutch for guidance. However, historians have only begun to uncover how and why the Netherlands became the ...
    • Karmy, Eileen (2021)
      This book tells a history of music in Chile from the perspective of labor, which has not been sufficiently explored until now. Instead of prioritizing the work of art, the author puts the work of the musicians and their ...
    • Lozoya López, Ivette; Zamorano Díaz, César (2021)
      The works collected in this book converge in the recognition of journals, intellectuals and writers as decisive instances of research and expand the possibilities of envisioning the training of readers capable of recognizing ...
    • Grundmann, Roy; Schwartz, Peter; Williams, Gregory (2022)
      This collection of essays offers a critical assessment of Labour in a Single Shot, a groundbreaking documentary video workshop. From 2011 to 2014, curator Antje Ehmann and film- and videomaker Harun Farocki produced an art ...
    • Singerton, Jonathan (2022)
      In 1783, the Peace of Paris treaties famously concluded the American Revolution. However, the Revolution could have come to an end two years earlier had diplomats from the Habsburg realms—the largest continental European ...
    • Stamenkovic, Marko (2021)
      Resistance features a selection of overtly non-conformist positions in the contemporary visual art scene of Albania vis-à-vis the most recent social, political, and economic turmoils in the Western Balkans – a region marked ...
    • Cloatre, Emilie; Pickersgill, Martyn (2020-12-18)
      Sociologies of law and science are increasingly intertwined, offering an important analytic platform from which the join workings of legal and scientific processes can be apprehended and interrogated. This chapter attends ...
    • Krommendijk, Jasper (2021-10-26)
      This innovative book examines why national courts refer preliminary references to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), and what the referring court does with the answers. Jasper Krommendijk highlights the three core stages ...
    • Prieur, Michel; Bastin, Christophe; Mekouar, Ali (2021)
      This book presents a new method for measuring the effectivity of national and international environmental law. It took four years of research and experimentation to develop a way to construct evidence-based legal indicators. ...
    • Henriksen, Jan-Olav; Mesel, Terje (2021)
      Shame is a deeply problematic emotion that causes much trouble and pain in our lives, interrupting our immediate mode of being in the world and making us feel bad about who we are. Nevertheless, we use it in many contexts ...
    • Lacroix, Denis; Mora, Olivier; de Menthière, Nicolas; Béthinger, Audrey (2021)
      By at least 2100, humanity will have to face the inevitable phenomenon of rising sea levels. This phenomenon will increasingly affect the coastline and coastal areas where many populations and economic activities are ...
    • Bricas, Nicolas; Conaré, Damien; Walser, Marie (2021)
      Rethinking our food is rethinking our societies. Because to share a meal and even to do his races are a means of connecting with others. The way we eat builds our health. Our agricultural production methods shape our ...
    • Pellerin, Sylvain; Bamière, Laure; Savini, Isabelle; Réchauchère, Olivier (2021)
      The "4 per 1000: Soils for Food Security and Climate" initiative proposes to increase the stock of carbon in all soils around the world by four thousandths each year. At the request of Ademe and the Ministry of Agriculture ...
    • Flemsæter, Frode; Egil Flø, Bjørn (2021)
      In Norway, the outfields [utmark] are understood as mainly un-cultivated countryside areas such as forest and upland and make up over 70 per cent of the country’s land area. The outfields are the grounds for land uses such ...
    • Lenain, Roland; Peyrache, Julie; Savary, Alain; Séverac, Gaëtan (2021)
      Throughout the fifth edition of the International Forum of Agricultural Robots (FIRA) in December 2020, more than 1,500 farmers, manufacturers, advanced technology suppliers, innovators, investors, journalists and experts ...