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The Unharnessed World

Though New Zealand author Janet Frame (1924–2004) lived at a time of growing dissatisfaction with European cultural models, and though her (auto-)biography, fiction and letters all testify to the fact that a direct encounter between herself and Buddhism occurred, her work has, so far, never been examined from the vantage point of i...
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How Peripheral is the Peri...

This volume is a result of the need to reflect upon Portugal’s position from the viewpoint of the literary assets imported and exported through translation. It brings together a number of scholars working in the field of Translation Studies directly concerned with the Portuguese cultural system in order to analyse this question fro...
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Music on Stage

Music on Stage presents papers from the interdisciplinary “Music on Stage” conference series held biennially at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, Kent, since 2006. Three main streams of music theatre are covered in each conference: opera, the Musical, and performance practice. The collection of papers here on opera covers a wide spectr...
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Global Perspectives on the...

Global Perspectives on the Holocaust: History, Identity and Legacy expands coverage of the Holocaust from the traditional focus upon Europe to a worldwide and interdisciplinary perspective. Articles by historians, political scientists, educators, and geographers, as well as scholars in religious studies, international relations, ar...
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Visual Politics of War

This book series on Visual Politics of War focuses on assessing the coverage of war, so we are looking for contributors who investigate connections to the daily practice of journalism in text, images and videos. The book series considers the influence of the ‘visual turn’ in diverse academic literature on the media representation of conflict.Visual Politics of War presents encouraging evidence that the visualisation of conflict in news media is finally getting the kind of sustained theoret...

Connecting Past and Presen...

In this volume, experts on the Spanish Golden Age from the United Kingdom, Ireland, and the United States offer analyses of contemporary works that have been influenced by the classics from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Part of the formation of a sense of national identity, always a problematic concept in Spain, is found...
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Shifting the Geography of ...

"Here stands the first of a series of important collective statements on the proverbial problem of reason that once fled those spaces in which the person of color reached for a meeting. What other resources are left for those of us who rely on ideas in a world that offers few options short of violence or, worse, apathy but to trans...
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Telling Tales

This volume delves deeply into the role played by stories and storytelling in shaping, controlling and mapping present-day Spain, and examines fiction in various manifestations and genres, especially written and filmic. It contrasts such stories and their context with the past, investigating the differences and similarities between...
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The Concept of Coexistence...

The terms ‘coexistence’, ‘partnership’, ‘citizenship’ and ‘globalization’ all have a profound impact on today’s decision makers and their policy formation, as well as on individuals. While these terms have been widely used all over the world, particularly in the West, in the construction of identity, they have been considered unwor...
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Out of Deadlock

Sara Paretsky is a world-renowned author, highly regarded for her V.I. Warshawski series, which has revolutionized the conventions of the crime fiction genre by presenting a feminist perspective. The notion that crime fiction is merely a popular genre meant for pure “entertainment” has particularly been reconsidered, as Paretsky’s ...
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Photography and Cinema

Eclecticism seems to be one of the most recognized features of Chris Marker’s work.He is often presented as a filmmaker and a photographer, a poet, a translator, a cartoonist, a visual artist, an editor, a software designer and a television and video director. Given the 50 years since the release of his most well-known film, La Jet...
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From Islamic Revivalism to...

This book presents an ethnographic study of the Jamā‘ah Tablīgh in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Banda Aceh, Indonesia. It explores the nature of organised religious practice within this Islamic missionary group, and illustrates the situation of faith amongst the members, which is coloured by Sufist elements. A central focus of the s...
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