Ashgate Joins Routledge

We are delighted to welcome Ashgate Publishing and Gower books into the Taylor & Francis Group.

With nearly 50 years of distinguished publishing in the Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities, Ashgate complements Routledge’s commitment to support academic research and scholarly publishing.  Ashgate is a leading research publisher in Art History, Music, History, Social Work, Politics, Literary Studies, and many other disciplines.  Routledge is also now home to Ashgate's imprint, Gower Publishing, one of the world’s leading publishers of specialist business and management books and resources.

History

  • Decoding a Royal Marine Commando

    The Militarized Body as Artefact

    By Mark A. Burchell

    With a heritage dating back to the mid-seventeenth century, the Royal Marines have accrued a rich history of rituals, artefacts and material culture that is consciously deployed in order to define and shape the institution both historically and going forward into an uncertain future. Drawing upon…

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    Material Culture and Modern Conflict

  • In The Shadows of Glories Past

    Jihad for Modern Science in Muslim Societies, 1850 to The Arab Spring

    By John W. Livingston

    The title of this volume implies two things: the greatness of the scientific tradition that Muslims had lost, and the power of the West, in whose threatening shadow reformers now labored to modernize in order to defend themselves against those very powers they were taking as models. Copernicus and…

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  • Celibate and Childless Men in Power

    Ruling Eunuchs and Bishops in the Pre-Modern World

    Edited by Almut Höfert, Matthew Mesley, Serena Tolino

    This book explores a striking common feature of pre-modern ruling systems on a global scale: the participation of childless and celibate men as integral parts of the elites. In bringing court eunuchs and bishops together, this collection shows that the integration of men who were normatively or…

    Hardback – 2017-08-15
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  • Violence and Community

    Law, Space and Identity in the Ancient Eastern Mediterranean World

    Edited by Ioannis K. Xydopoulos, Kostas Vlassopoulos, Eleni Tounta

    Violence and community were intimately linked in the ancient world. While various aspects of violence have been long studied on their own (warfare, revolution, murder, theft, piracy), there has been little effort so far to study violence as a unified field and explore its role in community…

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  • The Counts of Tripoli and Lebanon in the Twelfth Century

    Sons of Saint-Gilles

    By Kevin James Lewis

    The county of Tripoli in what is now North Lebanon is arguably the most neglected of the so-called ‘crusader states’ established in the Middle East at the beginning of the twelfth century. The present work is the first monograph on the county to be published in English, and the first in any western…

    Hardback – 2017-05-04
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    Rulers of the Latin East

  • Depicting the Late Ottoman Empire in Turkish Autobiographies

    Images of a Past World

    By Philipp Wirtz

    The period between the 1880s and the 1920s was a time of momentous changes in the Ottoman Empire. It was also an age of literary experiments, of which autobiography forms a part. This book analyses Turkish autobiographical narratives describing the part of their authors’ lives that was spent while…

    Hardback – 2017-03-16
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    Life Narratives of the Ottoman Realm: Individual and Empire in the Near East

  • Peace and Reconciliation in the Classical World

    Edited by E. P. Moloney, Michael Stuart Williams

    Warfare has long been central to a proper understanding of ancient Greece and Rome, worlds where war was, as the philosopher Heraclitus observed, ‘both king and father of all’. More recently, however, the understanding of Classical antiquity solely in such terms has been challenged; it is…

    Hardback – 2017-02-22
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  • The Human Body in Early Iron Age Central Europe

    Burial Practices and Images of the Hallstatt World

    By Katharina Rebay-Salisbury

    Identities and social relations are fundamental elements of societies. To approach these topics from a new and different angle, this study takes the human body as the focal point of investigation. It tracks changing identities of early Iron Age people in central Europe through body-related…

    Hardback – 2016-12-14
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  • Bodies of Evidence

    Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future

    Edited by Jane Draycott, Emma-Jayne Graham

    Dedicating objects to the divine was a central component of both Greek and Roman religion. Some of the most conspicuous offerings were shaped like parts of the internal or external human body: so-called ‘anatomical votives’. These archaeological artefacts capture the modern imagination, recalling…

    Hardback – 2016-12-12
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    Medicine and the Body in Antiquity

  • Official Power and Local Elites in the Roman Provinces

    Edited by Rada Varga, Viorica Rusu-Bolindeț

    Presenting a new and revealing overview of the ruling classes of the Roman Empire, this volume explores aspects of the relations between the official state structures of Rome and local provincial elites. The central objective of the volume is to present as complex a picture as possible of the…

    Hardback – 2016-11-29
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  • Dreams and Lives in Ottoman Istanbul

    A Seventeenth-Century Biographer's Perspective

    By Asli Niyazioglu

    Dreams and Lives in Ottoman Istanbul explores biography writing and dream narratives in seventeenth-century Istanbul. It focuses on the prominent biographer ‘Aṭā’ī (d. 1637) and with his help shows how learned circles narrated dreams to assess their position in the Ottoman enterprise. This book…

    Hardback – 2016-11-11
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    Birmingham Byzantine and Ottoman Studies

  • The City and the Parish: Drama in York and Beyond

    Shifting Paradigms in Early English Drama Studies

    By Alexandra F. Johnston

    Edited by edited by David N. Klausner

    This volume brings together a selection of the major articles of Alexandra F. Johnston, which along with similar volumes by the late David Mills, Peter Meredith and Meg Twycross makes up a set of "Shifting Paradigms in Early English Drama Studies". Alexandra Johnston, the founding director of the…

    Hardback – 2016-10-10
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    Variorum Collected Studies

  • Cretomania

    Modern Desires for the Minoan Past

    Edited by Nicoletta Momigliano, Alexandre Farnoux

    Since its rediscovery in the early 20th century, through spectacular finds such as those by Sir Arthur Evans at Knossos, Minoan Crete has captured the imagination not only of archaeologists but also of a wider public. This is shown, among other things, by its appearance and uses in a variety of…

    Hardback – 2016-09-08
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    British School at Athens - Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies

  • Translating the Relics of St James

    From Jerusalem to Compostela

    Edited by Antón M. Pazos

    Analysing the narration of the translatio of the body of Saint James from Palestine to Santiago de Compostela and its impact on the historical and biblical construction of Jacobean pilgrimages, this book presents an interdisciplinary approach to the two cities at the centre of the legend: Jerusalem…

    Hardback – 2016-08-17
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    Compostela International Studies in Pilgrimage History and Culture

  • The Greeks and the British in the Levant, 1800-1960s

    Between Empires and Nations

    Edited by Anastasia Yiangou, George Kazamias, Robert Holland

    This book explores the concept of ‘the Levant’ as a component of the regional and international system during the age of imperialism. At its heart is a focus on the experience of Greek-speaking societies and, above all, the independent state of Greece that came into existence in 1830. A key…

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    British School at Athens - Modern Greek and Byzantine Studies

  • The Sacred and the Secular in Medieval Healing

    Sites, Objects, and Texts

    Edited by Barbara S. Bowers, Linda Migl Keyser

    This volume challenges and redefines the traditional distinction made between the sacred and the secular in medieval healing, medical practice, and theory as evidenced in the historic, text record, and by material culture (sites and objects). The studies here are interdisciplinary and are grouped…

    Hardback – 2016-07-20
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    AVISTA Studies in the History of Medieval Technology, Science and Art

  • An Imperial World at War

    The British Empire, 1939–45

    Edited by Ashley Jackson, Yasmin Khan, Gajendra Singh

    At the start of the Second World War, Britain was at the height of its imperial power, and it is no surprise that it drew upon the global resources of the Empire once war had been declared. Whilst this international aspect of Britain’s war effort has been well-studied in relation to the military…

    Hardback – 2016-07-07
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  • Embedding Agricultural Commodities

    Using historical evidence, 1840s–1940s

    Edited by Willem van Schendel

    Over the past 500 years westerners have turned into avid consumers of colonial products and various production systems in the Americas, Africa and Asia have adapted to serve the new markets that opened up in the wake of the "European encounter". The effects of these transformations for the…

    Hardback – 2016-06-23
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  • Agriculture in Capitalist Europe, 1945–1960

    From food shortages to food surpluses

    Edited by Carin Martiin, Juan Pan-Montojo, Paul Brassley

    In the years before the Second World War agriculture in most European states was carried out on peasant or small family farms using technologies that relied mainly on organic inputs and local knowledge and skills, supplying products into a market that was partly local or national, partly…

    Hardback – 2016-06-20
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    Rural Worlds

  • John II Komnenos, Emperor of Byzantium

    In the Shadow of Father and Son

    Edited by Alessandra Bucossi, Alex Rodriguez Suarez

    The Emperor John II Komnenos (1118–1143) has been overshadowed by both his father Alexios I and his son Manuel I. Written sources have not left us much evidence regarding his reign, although authors agree that he was an excellent emperor. However, the period witnessed territorial expansion in Asia…

    Hardback – 2016-06-20
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    Publications of the Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College London

  • The Crusade in the Fifteenth Century

    Converging and competing cultures

    Edited by Norman Housley

    Increasingly, historians acknowledge the significance of crusading activity in the fifteenth century, and they have started to explore the different ways in which it shaped contemporary European society. Just as important, however, was the range of interactions which took place between the three…

    Hardback – 2016-06-13
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    Crusades - Subsidia

  • Spaces in Late Antiquity

    Cultural, Theological and Archaeological Perspectives

    Edited by Juliette Day, Raimo Hakola, Maijastina Kahlos, Ulla Tervahauta

    Places and spaces are key factors in how individuals and groups construct their identities. Identity theories have emphasised that the construction of an identity does not follow abstract and universal processes but is also deeply rooted in specific historical, cultural, social and material…

    Hardback – 2016-06-10
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  • The ‘Long 1970s’

    Human Rights, East-West Détente and Transnational Relations

    Edited by Poul Villaume, Rasmus Mariager, Helle Porsdam

    Today it is widely recognised that the 'long 1970s' was a decisive international transition period during which traditional, collective-oriented socio-economic interest and welfare policies were increasingly replaced by the more individually and neo-liberally oriented value policies of the…

    Hardback – 2016-05-20
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  • The Gallipoli Campaign

    The Turkish Perspective

    By Metin Gürcan, Robert Johnson

    The war against the Ottomans, on Gallipoli, in Palestine and in Mesopotamia was a major enterprise for the Allies with important long-term geo-political consequences. The absence of a Turkish perspective, written in English, represents a huge gap in the historiography of the First World War. This…

    Hardback – 2016-05-06
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    Routledge Studies in First World War History

Literature

Music

  • Manuel de Falla and Visions of Spanish Music

    By Michael Christoforidis

    Michael Christoforidis is widely recognized as a leading expert on one of Spain's most important composers, Manuel de Falla. This volume brings together both new chapters and revised versions of previously published work, some of which is made available here in English for the first time. The…

    Hardback – 2017-12-04
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  • Musicians and their Audiences

    Performance, Speech and Mediation

    By Ioannis Tsioulakis, Elina Hytönen-Ng

    How do musicians play and talk to audiences? Why do audiences listen and what happens when they talk back? How do new (and old) technologies affect this interplay? This book presents a long overdue examination of the turbulent relationship between musicians and audiences. Focusing on a range of…

    Hardback – 2016-12-12
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  • Popular Music, Cultural Politics and Music Education in China

    By Wai-Chung Ho

    While attention has been paid to various aspects of music education in China, to date no single publication has systematically addressed the complex interplay of sociopolitical transformations underlying the development of popular music and music education in the multilevel culture of China. Before…

    Hardback – 2016-12-12
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    Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series

  • Karlheinz Stockhausen: Zeitmaße

    By Jerome Kohl

    Zeitmaße is one of a group of four acknowledged masterpieces composed between 1955 and 1957 that together established Karlheinz Stockhausen as the leading figure in the European avant-garde. Of the four works, it is the only one that has not been thoroughly analysed from the composer's sketches and…

    Hardback – 2016-12-05
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    Landmarks in Music Since 1950

  • Contemporary Worship Music and Everyday Musical Lives

    By Mark Porter

    Whilst Contemporary Worship Music arose out of a desire to relate the music of the church to the music of everyday life, this function can quickly be called into question by the diversity of musical lives present in contemporary society. Mark Porter examines the relationship between individuals’…

    Hardback – 2016-11-29
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    Congregational Music Studies Series

  • Thomas Adès: Asyla

    By Edward Venn

    Thomas Adès (b. 1971) is an established international figure, both as composer and performer, with popular and critical acclaim and admiration from around the world. Edward Venn examines in depth one of Adès’s most significant works so far, his orchestral Asyla (1997). Its blend of virtuosic…

    Hardback – 2016-11-24
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    Landmarks in Music Since 1950

  • Schnittke Studies

    Edited by Gavin Dixon

    Alfred Schnittke (1934-1998) was arguably the most important Russian composer since Shostakovich, and his music has generated a great deal of academic interest in the years since his death. Schnittke Studies provides a variety of perspectives on the composer and his music. The field is currently…

    Hardback – 2016-11-17
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  • The Arts and Culture of the American Civil War

    Edited by James A. Davis

    In 1864, Union soldier Charles George described a charge into battle by General Phil Sheridan: "Such a picture of earnestness and determination I never saw as he showed as he came in sight of the battle field . . . What a scene for a painter!" These words proved prophetic, as Sheridan’s desperate…

    Hardback – 2016-11-15
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  • Cultural Histories of Noise, Sound and Listening in Europe, 1300–1918

    Edited by Kirsten Gibson, ian Biddle

    Cultural Histories of Noise, Sound and Listening in Europe, 1300-1918 presents a range of historical case studies on the sounding worlds of the European past. The chapters in this volume explore ways of thinking about sound historically, and seek to understand how people have understood and…

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  • Listening in Action

    Teaching Music in the Digital Age

    By Rebecca M Rinsema

    In an age when students come to class with more varied music listening preferences and experiences than ever before, music educators can find themselves at a loss for how to connect with their students. Listening in Action provides the beginnings of a solution to this problem by characterizing…

    Hardback – 2016-10-21
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    SEMPRE Studies in The Psychology of Music

  • Music in The Girl's Own Paper: An Annotated Catalogue, 1880–1910

    By Judith Barger

    Nineteenth-century British periodicals for girls and women offer a wealth of material to understand how girls and women fit into their social and cultural worlds, of which music making was an important part. The Girl's Own Paper, first published in 1880, stands out because of its rich musical…

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    Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain

  • Pierre Boulez and the Piano

    A Study in Style and Technique

    By Peter O'Hagan

    Pierre Boulez's first piano pieces date from his youth, prior to his studies in Paris with Messiaen, and his subsequent meteoric rise to international acclaim as the leader of the musical avant-garde during the 1950s. His most recent published work is a solo piano piece, Une page d’éphéméride,…

    Hardback – 2016-09-19
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  • Morality and Viennese Opera in the Age of Mozart and Beethoven

    By Martin Nedbal

    This book explores how the Enlightenment aesthetics of theater as a moral institution influenced cultural politics and operatic developments in Vienna between the mid-eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. Moralistic viewpoints were particularly important in eighteenth-century debates about…

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    Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera

  • Rethinking J.S. Bach's The Art of Fugue

    By Anatoly P. Milka

    Edited by Esti Sheinberg

    The enigmatic character of The Art of Fugue became apparent as early as in its first edition, printed more than a year after the composer’s death. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, who published both the first and the second editions, raised several unsolved questions regarding this opus. Anatoly P Milka…

    Hardback – 2016-09-08
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  • György Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre: Postmodernism, Musico-Dramatic Form and the Grotesque

    By Peter Edwards

    György Ligeti’s Le Grand Macabre (1974–77, revised 1996) has consolidated its position as one of the major operatic works of the twentieth century. Few operas composed since the 1970s have received such numerous productions, bringing the eclectic score to a global audience. Famously dubbed by…

    Hardback – 2016-09-01
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    Ashgate Studies in Theory and Analysis of Music After 1900

  • Contemporary Music and Spirituality

    Edited by Robert Sholl, Sander Van Maas

    The flourishing of religious or spiritually-inspired music in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries remains largely unexplored. The engagement and tensions between modernism and tradition, and institutionalized religion and spirituality are inherent issues for many composers who have…

    Hardback – 2016-08-19
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  • Flamenco, Regionalism and Musical Heritage in Southern Spain

    By Matthew Machin-Autenrieth

    Flamenco, Regionalism and Musical Heritage in Southern Spain explores the relationship between regional identity politics and flamenco in Andalusia, the southernmost autonomous community of Spain. In recent years, the Andalusian Government has embarked on an ambitious project aimed at developing…

    Hardback – 2016-08-08
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    SOAS Musicology Series

  • Perspectives on the Music of Christopher Fox

    Straight Lines in Broken Times

    Edited by Rose Dodd

    Christopher Fox (1955) has emerged as one of the most fascinating composers of the post-war generation. His spirit of experimentalism pervades an oeuvre in which he has blithely created his own version of a range of contemporary musical practices. In his work many of the major expressions of…

    Hardback – 2016-08-01
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  • Heavy Metal, Gender and Sexuality

    Interdisciplinary Approaches

    Edited by Florian Heesch, Niall Scott

    Heavy Metal, Gender and Sexuality brings together a collection of original, interdisciplinary, critical essays exploring the negotiated place of gender and sexuality in heavy metal music and its culture. Scholars debate the current state of play concerning masculinities, femininities, queerness,…

    Hardback – 2016-07-18
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    Ashgate Popular and Folk Music Series

  • Sounding the Dance, Moving the Music

    Choreomusicological Perspectives on Maritime Southeast Asian Performing Arts

    Edited by Mohd Anis Md Nor, Kendra Stepputat

    Performing arts in most parts of Maritime Southeast Asia are seen as an entity, where music and dance, sound and movement, acoustic and tactile elements intermingle and complement each other. Although this fact is widely known and referenced, most scholarly works in the performing arts so far have…

    Hardback – 2016-07-08
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    SOAS Musicology Series

  • Tonic to the Nation: Making English Music in the Festival of Britain

    By Nathaniel G. Lew

    Long remembered chiefly for its modernist exhibitions on the South Bank in London, the 1951 Festival of Britain also showcased British artistic creativity in all its forms. In Tonic to the Nation, Nathaniel G. Lew tells the story of the English classical music and opera composed and revived for the…

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  • Coherence in New Music: Experience, Aesthetics, Analysis

    By Mark Hutchinson

    What does it mean to talk about musical coherence at the end of a century characterised by fragmentation and discontinuity? How can the diverse influences which stand behind the works of many late twentieth-century composers be reconciled with the singular immediacy of the experiences that they can…

    Hardback – 2016-06-30
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  • Music, Technology, and Education

    Critical Perspectives

    Edited by Andrew King, Evangelos Himonides

    The use of technology in music and education can no longer be described as a recent development. Music learners actively engage with technology in their music making, regardless of the opportunities afforded to them in formal settings. This volume draws together critical perspectives in three…

    Hardback – 2016-06-24
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    SEMPRE Studies in The Psychology of Music

  • The Tangible in Music

    The Tactile Learning of a Musical Instrument

    By Marko Aho

    In the age of digital music it seems striking that so many of us still want to produce music concretely with our bodies, through the movement of our limbs, lungs and fingers, in contact with those materials and objects which are capable of producing sounds. The huge sales figures of musical…

    Hardback – 2016-06-09
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    SEMPRE Studies in The Psychology of Music

Politics

  • Media in Process

    Transformation and Democratic Transition

    Edited by Sai Felicia Krishna-Hensel

    The post-communist development of media systems has been uneven in the countries of the region. Television and newspapers, together with the emergence of social media, have had great influence on the political debate in various countries. Ownership of the media has been a factor in many instances.…

    Hardback – 2016-09-22
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    Global Interdisciplinary Studies Series

  • Moving Beyond Capitalism

    Edited by Cliff DuRand

    The book speaks to the widespread quest for concrete alternative ways forward 'beyond capitalism' in the face of the prevailing corporatocracy and a capitalist system in crisis. It examines a number of institutions and practices now being built in the nooks and crannies of present societies and…

    Hardback – 2016-09-20
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    Routledge Critical Development Studies

  • The Good Drone

    By Kristin Bergtora Sandvik, Maria Gabrielsen Jumbert

    While the military use of drones has been the subject of much scrutiny, the use of drones for humanitarian purposes has so far received little attention. As the starting point for this study, it is argued that the prospect of using drones for humanitarian and other life-saving activities has…

    Hardback – 2016-09-05
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    Emerging Technologies, Ethics and International Affairs

  • The Routledge Handbook of Biopolitics

    Edited by Sergei Prozorov, Simona Rentea

    The problematic of biopolitics has become increasingly important in the social sciences. Inaugurated by Michel Foucault’s genealogical research on the governance of sexuality, crime and mental illness in modern Europe, the research on biopolitics has developed into a broader interdisciplinary…

    Hardback – 2016-08-12
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  • Torn between East and West

    Europe's border states

    By Iulian Chifu, Simona Tutuianu

    This book is a very timely account of the legal, economic and political consequences for border states caught in the current tug-of-war between the West and Russia.The Ukraine crisis of 2014 focused policy-makers’ attention on a geographical area full of dangers that had gone relatively unnoticed…

    Hardback – 2016-08-04
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  • Global Media and Public Diplomacy in Sino-Western Relations

    Edited by Jia Gao, Catherine Ingram, Pookong Kee

    Many researchers and China observers would agree that understanding how China pursues global communication is critical for assessing its growing soft power. While soft power as a concept has, in many ways, become almost inextricably linked with the PRC's (People's Republic of China) international…

    Hardback – 2016-08-02
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    Rethinking Asia and International Relations

  • Rethinking Hobbes and Kant

    The Role and Consequences of Assumption in Political Theory

    By Chia-Yu Chou

    Rethinking Hobbes and Kant argues that predominant approaches to the theoretical relationship between Hobbes and Kant have reached conclusions that were pre-digested in assumptions about the ‘isms’ which these two writers are propounding. Chou shows how these assumptions have inhibited commentators…

    Hardback – 2016-08-02
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    Rethinking Political and International Theory

  • The State of Palestine

    A critical analysis

    By Philip Leech

    The Palestinian national movement reached a dead end and came close to disintegration at the beginning of the present century. This critical analysis of internal Palestinian politics in the West Bank traces the re-emergence of the Palestinian Authority's established elite in the aftermath of…

    Hardback – 2016-07-25
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  • The European Neighbourhood Policy in a Comparative Perspective

    Models, challenges, lessons

    By Sieglinde Gstohl

    The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) has evolved into one of the European Union's major foreign policy instruments and received considerable attention. However, other EU neighbourhood policies, and their relevance for the ENP, also require examination. The Arab uprisings, civil wars in Libya and…

    Hardback – 2016-07-25
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  • Negotiating Social Relations in Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Semiperipheral Entanglements

    Edited by Stef Jansen, Čarna Brković, Vanja Čelebičić

    Exploring recent configurations of social relations in post-socialist, post-war, post-Yugoslav Bosnia and Herzegovina this collection of ethnographic research turns an analytical lens on questions of sociality. Contributions based on long-term, in-depth research projects explore how people in…

    Hardback – 2016-07-25
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    Southeast European Studies

  • The Swedish Presence in Afghanistan

    Security and Defence Transformation

    Edited by Arita Holmberg, Jan Hallenberg

    This book delivers on two analytical levels. First, it is a broad study of Sweden as an international actor, an actor that at least for a brief period tried to play a different international role than that to which it was accustomed. Second, the book problematizes the role of international military…

    Hardback – 2016-07-18
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    Military Strategy and Operational Art

  • The European Union Decoded

    Challenges Beneath the Surface

    By Maria Lorca-Susino

    The European Union (EU) and the Eurozone became the economic integration example to follow for years. However, the worldwide economic crisis that unfolded in 2007 put the whole economic integration process in question, the European project in jeopardy and the euro under pressure, with serious…

    Hardback – 2016-07-12
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    The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series

  • Nation, Ethnicity and the Conflict in Afghanistan

    Political Islam and the rise of ethno-politics 1992–1996

    By Raghav Sharma

    Ethnic and tribal loyalties in Afghanistan provided the lethal cocktail for the violent conflict that engulfed the country following the collapse of the Soviet backed government in 1992. The ensuing fighting between mujahideen groups paved the way for the tectonic social and political shifts, which…

    Hardback – 2016-07-07
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  • Entangled Heritages

    Postcolonial Perspectives on the Uses of the Past in Latin America

    By Olaf Kaltmeier, Mario Rufer

    Relying on the concept of a shared history, this book argues that we can speak of a shared heritage that is common in terms of the basic grammar of heritage and articulated histories, but divided alongside the basic difference between colonizers and colonized. This problematic is also evident in…

    Hardback – 2016-07-05
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    InterAmerican Research: Contact, Communication, Conflict

  • Nation Building in Kurdistan

    Memory, Genocide and Human Rights

    By Mohammed Ihsan

    The Kurdish people and the Kurdish Regional Government faced huge challenges rebuilding their nation and identity after the atrocities and human rights abuses committed by Saddam Hussein and his regime. In 2005 a new Iraqi constitution recognized as genocide the persecution of Faylee Kurds, the…

    Hardback – 2016-06-27
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  • The Anglo-American Tradition of Liberty

    A view from Europe

    By João Carlos Espada

    Joao Carlos Espada's provocative survey of a group of key Anglo-American and European political thinkers argues that there is a distinctive, Anglo-American tradition of liberty that is one of the core pillars of the Free World. Giving a broad overview of the tradition through summaries of the…

    Hardback – 2016-06-13
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  • The European Union and the Use of Military Force

    Uncovering the myths

    By Tommi Koivula

    Koivula examines the discursive space related to the use of military force by the European Union (EU). By examining the EU's relationship to its use of military force during the course of its history and by demonstrating that the contemporary discursive space of the EU military dimension is…

    Hardback – 2016-06-03
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  • Civil Society Regionalization in Southern Africa

    The Cases of Trade and HIV/AIDS

    By Andréas Godsäter

    This book investigates civil society regionalization in Southern Africa. The point of departure is the study of 'new regionalism', which refers to the wave of regional integration globally since the 1980s. However, whilst the current regionalism studies undoubtedly contributes to a deeper…

    Hardback – 2016-05-25
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    The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series

  • Negotiating Civil–Military Space

    Redefining Roles in an Unpredictable World

    By Marcia Byrom Hartwell

    This book begins discussion at a point where many civil–military conversations end. Hartwell identifies underlying dynamics, key issues, and challenges that civilian and military organizations encounter when negotiating their roles in real and virtual volatile environments. These include managing…

    Hardback – 2016-05-25
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  • Paganism, Traditionalism, Nationalism

    Narratives of Russian Rodnoverie

    By Kaarina Aitamurto

    Rodnoverie was one of the first new religious movements to emerge following the collapse of the Soviet Union, its development providing an important lens through which to view changes in post-Soviet religious and political life. Rodnovers view social and political issues as inseparably linked to…

    Hardback – 2016-05-20
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    Studies in Contemporary Russia

  • The Routledge Companion to Military Research Methods

    Edited by Alison J. Williams, Neil Jenkings, Rachel Woodward, Matthew F. Rech

    This new handbook is about the practices of conducting research on military issues.  As an edited collection, it brings together an extensive group of authors from a range of disciplinary perspectives whose chapters engage with the conceptual, practical and political questions raised when doing…

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  • Mobile and Entangled America(s)

    Edited by Maryemma Graham, Wilfried Raussert

    A superb combination of focused case studies and high level conceptual thinking, this volume is an important monument in the ongoing development of Inter-American studies The articles gathered here closely examine a wide variety of cultural phenomena implicated in the 'entanglements' which have…

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  • India-US Relations in the Age of Uncertainty

    An uneasy courtship

    By B.M. Jain

    In the initial phase of the Obama administration, India’s ruling class and strategic community formed a perception that the spirit of strategic partnership between the two countries might be diluted on account of China looming large in the priorities of this administration. Despite…

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  • Nation-Building and Identity in the Post-Soviet Space

    New Tools and Approaches

    By Rico Isaacs, Abel Polese

    Nation-building as a process is never complete and issues related to identity, nation, state and regime-building are recurrent in the post-Soviet region. This comparative, inter-disciplinary volume explores how nation-building tools emerged and evolved over the last twenty years. Featuring in-depth…

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  • Visioning New and Minority Religions

    Projecting the future

    Edited by Eugene V. Gallagher

    Rather than being ephemeral fads, new religious movements (NRMs) have always been and will always be with us. So will their study. Offering an assessment of the state-of-the-field of the study of NRMs, Visioning New and Minority Religions begins by considering the analytical tools for the study of…

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  • 'Cult Wars' in Historical Perspective

    New and Minority Religions

    Edited by Eugene V. Gallagher

    'Cult Wars' in Historical Perspective  provides a broad characterization of the shifting religious contours over the past several decades. Offering an assessment of several important topics in the study of new religions, this book explores developments in well-known groups such as the…

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  • Renewing Spiritual Perception with Jonathan Edwards

    Contemporary Philosophy and the Theological Psychology of Transforming Grace

    By Ray S. Yeo

    Jonathan Edwards’ theologically sophisticated psychology of grace remains one of the deepest and most fertile theological psychologies in the Protestant tradition. The heart of his account lies in his foundational doctrine of spiritual perception where he locates the psychological core of the…

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  • Sports Chaplaincy

    Trends, Issues and Debates

    Edited by Andrew Parker, Nick J. Watson, John B. White

    This ground-breaking book provides an in-depth analysis of the theory and practice of sports chaplaincy in a global context. Written in an accessible style, yet based on academic evidence and theory, the contributors include those leading major national chaplaincy organisations located in the UK,…

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  • The Theology of Craft and the Craft of Work

    From Tabernacle to Eucharist

    By Jeremy Kidwell

    An important reconceptualisation is taking place in the way people express creativity, work together, and engage in labour; particularly, suggests Kidwell, a surprising resurgence in recent years of manual and craft work. Noting the wide array of outlets that now market hand-made goods and the…

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  • Christian Churches in European Integration

    By Sergei A. Mudrov

    All too often religion is largely ignored as a driver of identity formation in the European context, whereas in reality Christian Churches are central players in European identity formation at the national and continental level. Christian Churches in European Integration challenges this tendency,…

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  • The Holy Spirit and the Church

    Ecumenical Reflections with a Pastoral Perspective

    Edited by Thomas Hughson

    Advancing strong, scholarly discussion on the Holy Spirit and the church in the context of the ecumenical movement, six theologians in five different churches offer new theological and pastoral insights into the work of the Holy Spirit in the churches of Christianity, in ecumenism, and in witness.…

    Hardback – 2016-06-10
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  • Biblical Portraits of Exile

    A philosophical reading

    By Abi Doukhan

    Exile constitutes one of the most central experiences in the Bible, notably in the book of Genesis. The question has rarely been asked however as to why exile plays such an important role in the lives of Biblical characters. Biblical Portraits of Exile proposes a philosophical reading largely…

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  • God in a Single Vision

    Integrating Philosophy and Theology

    By David Brown

    Edited by Christopher R. Brewer, Robert MacSwain

    In the ancient conversation between Western philosophy and Christian theology, powerful contemporary voices are arguing for monologue rather than dialogue. Instead of these two disciplines learning from and mutually informing each other, both philosophers and theologians are increasingly…

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  • Christianity and Controversies over Homosexuality in Contemporary Africa

    Edited by Ezra Chitando, Adriaan van Klinken

    Issues of homosexuality are the subject of public and political controversy in many African societies today. Frequently, these controversies receive widespread attention both locally and globally, such as with the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda. In the international media, these cases tend to be…

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  • Theology and the Experience of Disability

    Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Voices Down Under

    Edited by Andrew Picard, Myk Habets

    The Christian gospel compels humanity to embrace deeper ways of being human together that will overcome false divisions and exclusions in search of flourishing and graced communities. Presenting both short narratives emerging out of theological reflection on experience and analytical essays arising…

    Hardback – 2016-05-20
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  • The Intelligent Design Debate and the Temptation of Scientism

    By Erkki Vesa Rope Kojonen

    The controversy over Intelligent Design (ID) has now continued for over two decades, with no signs of ending. For its defenders, ID is revolutionary new science, and its opposition is merely ideological. For its critics, ID is both bad science and bad theology. But the polemical nature of the…

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  • Art and the Church: A Fractious Embrace

    Ecclesiastical Encounters with Contemporary Art

    By Jonathan Koestle-Cate

    A vibrant critical exchange between contemporary art and Christianity is being increasingly prompted by an expanding programme of art installations and commissions for ecclesiastical spaces. Rather than 'religious art' reflecting Christian ideology, current practices frequently initiate projects…

    Hardback – 2016-05-03
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  • Public Religion and the Politics of Homosexuality in Africa

    Edited by Adriaan van Klinken, Ezra Chitando

    Issues of same-sex relationships and gay and lesbian rights are the subject of public and political controversy in many African societies today. Frequently, these controversies receive widespread attention both locally and globally, such as with the Anti-Homosexuality Bill in Uganda. In the…

    Hardback – 2016-04-28
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  • Religion and Non-Religion among Australian Aboriginal Peoples

    Edited by James L. Cox, Adam Possamai

    Offering a significant contribution to the emerging field of 'Non-Religion Studies', Religion and Non-Religion among Australian Aboriginal Peoples draws on Australian 2011 Census statistics to ask whether the Indigenous Australian population, like the wider Australian society, is becoming…

    Hardback – 2016-04-25
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  • Eucharist Shaping and Hebert’s Liturgy and Society

    Church, Mission and Personhood

    By Andrew Bishop

    The contemporary Church of England is wrestling with issues around the relationship between its worship and mission and relating both to wider society. Much of this hinges on an understanding of the nature of the Church. Gabriel Hebert's seminal book Liturgy and Society (1935) took as its subtitle,…

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  • Natural Theology Reconfigured

    Confucian Axiology and American Pragmatism

    By Zhiqiu Xu

    Classic natural theology in its logical, rational, Aristotelian presentation has encountered an impasse. Since the Enlightenment, nature has ceased to be a vital topic in theological discussions until a recent revival of interest stemming from ecological and feminist concerns. Provocatively…

    Hardback – 2016-04-07
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  • Divine Power and Evil

    A Reply to Process Theodicy

    By Kenneth K. Pak

    Evil perplexes us all and threatens to undermine the meaningfulness of our existence. How can we reconcile the reality of evil with the notion of a God who is perfectly good and powerful? Process theodicy, whose foremost proponent is David Griffin, suggests one answer: because every being possesses…

    Hardback – 2016-04-04
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  • (Un)Believing in Modern Society

    Religion, Spirituality, and Religious-Secular Competition

    By Jörg Stolz, Judith Könemann, Mallory Schneuwly Purdie, Thomas Englberger, Michael Krüggeler

    This landmark study in the sociology of religion sheds new light on the question of what has happened to religion and spirituality since the 1960s in modern societies. Exposing several analytical weaknesses of today's sociology of religion, (Un)Believing in Modern Society presents a new theory of…

    Hardback – 2015-12-28
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  • Literature and Theology as a Grammar of Assent

    By David Jasper

    Examining the roots of the relationship between literature and theology, this book offers the first serious attempt to probe the deep theological purposes of the study of literature. Through an exploration of themes of evil, forgiveness, sacrament and what it means to be human, David Jasper draws…

    Hardback – 2015-12-18
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  • Virtue Ecclesiology

    An Exploration in The Good Church

    By John Fitzmaurice

    Critiquing a paradigm of growth within the church, this book contends that the church’s growth ethic should be replaced by one based on virtue. Drawing on the work of Sennett, Fromm, and Hauerwas, John Fitzmaurice argues that an approach taking growth to be the overriding task of the church is…

    Hardback – 2015-12-18
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  • Buddhist-Christian Dual Belonging

    Affirmations, Objections, Explorations

    Edited by Gavin D'Costa, Ross Thompson

    A growing number of people describe themselves as both Buddhist and Christian; but does such a self-description really make sense? Many people involved in inter-faith dialogue argue that this dialogue leads to a mutually transformative process, but what if the transformation reaches the point…

    Hardback – 2015-12-11
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  • Academic Vocation in the Church and Academy Today

    'And With All Of Your Mind'

    Edited by Shaun C. Henson, Michael J. Lakey

    This book explores the vital, common, yet surprisingly often misunderstood and neglected vocation of people gifted to combine academic and priestly roles in church, church-related, and secular academic contexts. The works of those who unite priestly and academic functions into one vocation have…

    Hardback – 2015-12-09
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  • Jehovah's Witnesses

    Continuity and Change

    By George D. Chryssides

    From its origins in nineteenth century Adventism until the present day, the Watch Tower Society has become one of the best known but least understood new religious movements. Resisting the tendency to define the movement in terms of the negative, this volume offers an empathetic account of the…

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  • Stigma 2.0

    Abuse, Insults and Mocking on the Internet

    By David Shulman

    Trolls, ranters, critics and teasers: the Internet teems with people who insult others. As the Internet has brought about a technological capacity for people to archive discrediting characteristics as though they are collectibles, to mock people with more representative power than has ever been…

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    Interactionist Currents

  • The Silences of Science

    Gaps and Pauses in the Communication of Science

    Edited by Felicity Mellor, Stephen Webster

    Over the last half century scholars from a range of disciplines have attempted to theorise silence. Naively we tend to think of silence negatively, as a lack, an emptiness. Yet silence studies shows that silence is more than mere absence. All speech incorporates silence, not only in the gaps…

    Hardback – 2016-09-20
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  • Evolution, Human Behaviour and Morality

    The Legacy of Westermarck

    Edited by Olli Lagerspetz, Jan Antfolk, Ylva Gustafsson, Camilla Kronqvist

    This book highlights the recent re-emergence of Edward Westermarck's work in modern approaches to morality and altruism, examining his importance as one of the founding fathers of anthropology and as a moral relativist, who identified our moral feelings with biologically-evolved retributive…

    Hardback – 2016-08-24
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    Philosophy and Method in the Social Sciences

  • The Archive Project

    Archival Research in the Social Sciences

    By Niamh Moore, Andrea Salter, Liz Stanley, Maria Tamboukou

    Recent scholarship on archival research has raised questions concerning the character and impact of 'the archive' on how the traces of the past are researched, the use and analysis of different kinds of archived data, methodological approaches to the practicalities involved, and what kind of theory…

    Hardback – 2016-08-22
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  • Neoliberal Bodies and the Gendered Fat Body

    By Hannele Harjunen

    In recent decades the rise of the so-called "global obesity epidemic" has led to fatness and fat bodies being debated incessantly in popular, professional, and academic arenas. Fatness and fat bodies are shamed and demonised, and the public monitoring, surveillance and outright policing by the…

    Hardback – 2016-08-09
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    Gender, Bodies and Transformation

  • Gendered Bodies and Leisure

    The practice and performance of American belly dance

    By Rachel Kraus

    With its roots in Middle Eastern and North African dance, belly dance is a popular leisure activity in the West with women (and some men) of all ages and body types pursing the activity for diverse reasons. Drawing on empirical research, fieldwork, and interviews with participants, this book…

    Hardback – 2016-07-25
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    Interactionist Currents

  • War Memory and Commemoration

    By Brad West

    In a period characterised by an unprecedented cultural engagement with the past, individuals, groups and nations are debating and experimenting with commemoration in order to find culturally relevant ways of remembering warfare, genocide and terrorism. This book examines such remembrances and the…

    Hardback – 2016-07-21
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    Memory Studies: Global Constellations

  • Translation and Travelling Theory

    Feminist Theory and Praxis in China

    By Dongchao Min

    Research has shown that feminist theory has flowed far more easily from North to South and from West to East, wheras travel in other directions has proved almost non-existent. While the hegemony of US feminist theory has been challenged in Europe, for example, there remain many ‘invisible’…

    Hardback – 2016-07-21
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    The Feminist Imagination - Europe and Beyond

  • The Global Repositioning of Japanese Religions

    An integrated approach

    By Ugo Dessi

    The Global Repositioning of Japanese Religions: An Integrated Approach explores how Japanese religions respond to the relativizing effects of globalization, thereby repositioning themselves as global players. Organized around concrete case studies focusing on the engagement of Japanese Buddhism,…

    Hardback – 2016-07-14
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    Global Connections

  • The Socio-Political Practice of Human Rights

    Between the Universal and the Particular

    By Kiran Kaur Grewal

    This book examines discourses of rights and practices of resistance in post-conflict societies, exploring the interaction between the international human rights framework and different actors seeking political and social change. Presenting detailed new case studies from Sierra Leone, Sri Lanka and…

    Hardback – 2016-07-07
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    Global Connections

  • Post-9/11 Heartland Horror

    Rural horror films in an era of urban terrorism

    By Victoria McCollum

    This book explores the resurgence of rural horror following the events of 9/11, as a number of filmmakers, inspired by the films of the 1970s, moved away from the characteristic industrial and urban settings of apocalyptic horror, to return to American heartland horror. Examining the revival of…

    Hardback – 2016-07-04
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    The Cultural Politics of Media and Popular Culture

  • Liquid Criminology

    Doing imaginative criminological research

    Edited by Michael Hviid Jacobsen, Sandra Walklate

    This book explores the ways in which criminological methods can be imaginatively deployed and developed in a world increasingly characterized by the blurred nature of social reality. Whilst recognizing the importance of positivist approaches and research techniques, it advocates a commitment to…

    Hardback – 2016-07-04
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  • Culture, Ethnicity and Migration After Communism

    The Pontic Greeks

    By Anton Popov

    This book addresses the issue of emerging transnationalism in the conditions of post-socialism through focusing on migrants’ identity as a social construction resulting from their experience of the ‘transnational circuit of culture’ as well as from post-Soviet shifts in political and economic…

    Hardback – 2016-06-24
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  • Performing Political Opposition in Russia

    The Case of the Youth Group Oborona

    By Laura Lyytikainen

    Drawing on fieldwork conducted in Moscow and St. Petersburg among the political opposition’s youth group Oborona (Defence), this ground-breaking work brings forward a multifaceted and colourful image of the life of political opposition activists in a restricted political environment. Existing…

    Hardback – 2016-06-21
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    The Mobilization Series on Social Movements, Protest, and Culture

  • Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Popular Fantasy

    Beyond boy wizards and kick-ass chicks

    By Jude Roberts, Esther MacCallum-Stewart

    This book explores the ways in which contemporary writers, artists, directors, producers and fans use the opportunities offered by popular fantasy to exceed or challenge norms of gender and sexuality, focusing on a range of media, including television episodes and series, films, video games and…

    Hardback – 2016-06-16
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    The Cultural Politics of Media and Popular Culture

  • The Ritual of May Day in Western Europe

    Past, Present and Future

    By Abby Peterson, Herbert Reiter

    Eric Hobsbawm claimed that the international May Day, which dates back to a proclamation in 1889 by the Second International, 'is perhaps the most ambitious of labour rituals'. The first international May Day demonstrations in 1890 were widely celebrated across Europe and became the one day each…

    Hardback – 2016-06-08
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    The Mobilization Series on Social Movements, Protest, and Culture

  • Food and the Risk Society

    The Power of Risk Perception

    By Charlotte Fabiansson, Stefan Fabiansson

    This book offers a comprehensive understanding of the current scientific knowledge concerning risks associated with food preparation, processing and consumption, with particular attention to the gap between scientific research and public perception. Examining the effects of food on the body from…

    Hardback – 2016-06-08
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  • Eurocentrism at the Margins

    Encounters, Critics and Going Beyond

    Edited by Lutfi Sunar

    Eurocentrism remains a prevailing feature of Western-dominated social scientific perspectives, tending to ignore alternative views originating outside the West and thus maintaining a form of scholarly hegemony. As such, there is an urgent need to reconsider Eurocentrism in social science, to ask…

    Hardback – 2016-05-20
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    Global Connections

  • Social Mobilization, Global Capitalism and Struggles over Food

    A Comparative Study of Social Movements

    By Renata Motta

    This book explores the transformation of Brazil and Argentina into two of the world’s largest producers of genetically modified (GM) crops. Systematically comparing their stories in order to explain their paths, differences, ruptures and changes, the author reveals that the emergence of the two…

    Hardback – 2016-05-13
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    Entangled Inequalities: Exploring Global Asymmetries

  • British Marxism and Cultural Studies

    Essays on a living tradition

    Edited by Philip Bounds, David Berry

    A comprehensive exploration of the profound influence of Marxist ideas on the development of Cultural Studies in Britain, this volume covers a century of Marxist writing, balancing synoptic accounts of the various schools of Marxist thought with detailed analyses of the most important writers.…

    Hardback – 2016-05-11
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  • Humanitarian Rackets and their Moral Hazards

    The Case of the Palestinian Refugee Camps in Lebanon

    By Rayyar Marron

    The humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian refugee camps of Lebanon has become one of the most populist causes in the world, yet the causes of the crisis have been misrepresented, whilst on-going humanitarian assistance could arguably be said to amplify problems that exist in the camps. Shedding…

    Hardback – 2016-04-15
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  • From the Arab Other to the Israeli Self

    Palestinian Culture in the Making of Israeli National Identity

    By Yonatan Mendel, Ronald Ranta

    This book examines the role played by Arab-Palestinian culture and people in the construction and reproduction of Israeli national identity and culture, showing that it is impossible to understand modern Israeli national identity and culture without taking into account its crucial encounter and…

    Hardback – 2016-04-07
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    Studies in Migration and Diaspora

  • Diagnostic Cultures

    A Cultural Approach to the Pathologization of Modern Life

    By Svend Brinkmann

    Some studies estimate that each year, around a quarter of the population of Western countries will suffer from at least one mental disorder. Should this be interpreted as evidence for the progress of psychiatry, a discipline that is now able to identify and treat mental illnesses that have always…

    Hardback – 2016-04-06
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    Classical and Contemporary Social Theory

  • Gendered Wars, Gendered Memories

    Feminist Conversations on War, Genocide and Political Violence

    Edited by Ayşe Gül Altınay, Andrea Pető

    The twentieth century has been a century of wars, genocides and violent political conflict; a century of militarization and massive destruction. It has simultaneously been a century of feminist creativity and struggle worldwide, witnessing fundamental changes in the conceptions and everyday…

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    The Feminist Imagination - Europe and Beyond