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This book offers a close look at how directors such as Erich von Stroheim, Ernst Lubitsch, and Max Ophüls made use of the city of Vienna, and how the nostalgic glorification of the Habsburg era can be seen as directly tied to crucial issues of...
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This book tells the troubled story of a period in Hungarian cinematic history during which audiences, filmmakers, critics, and officials grappled with questions surrounding Hungarian national identity.
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This book looks at new developments in the growth and spread of popular protests from a local to a global scale.
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This book tells the troubled story of a period in Hungarian cinematic history during which audiences, filmmakers, critics, and officials grappled with questions surrounding Hungarian national identity.
€ 89,00
This book analyses labour market changes in eighteen countries and shows that the most important factor in explaining whether cuts are made is the economic world view of a particular government rather than actual economic pressures.
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Thijs Lijster considers the thought of Walter Benjamin and Theodor Adorno on such key topics as the relationship between art and historical experience, between avant-garde art and mass culture, and between the intellectual and the public.
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Angela Ho shows how Dutch painters in the mid- to late 17th century used repetition to project a distinctive artistic personality.
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This richly illustrated book carefully situates architecture, design, and urban planning within Kolkata's political economy and social milieu.
World of Difference examines how group memberships impact on individual outcomes in four key domains: health, education and work, migration, and the environment.
This volume focuses on a number of research questions, drawn from social movement scholarship: How does nonviolent mobilisation emerge and persist in deeply divided societies?
This book is the first to explore depictions of the Second World War in films made a generation later, between 1962 and 1986.
This volume makes a major contribution to debates about New Materialism and the post-human turn.


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