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Berghahn Journals: New Issues Published in August

    

 

 

Anthropology of the Middle East

Volume 12, Issue 1: The Anthropology of Children in the Middle East

With only relatively few ethnographic studies of children in the Middle East or in the diaspora in existence, the articles in this issue of Anthropology of the Middle East represents thematically and theoretically highly divergent projects ranging from the history of childhood in Iran to parent-child dynamics in Morocco.

 

Critical Survey

Volume 29, Issue 2

For the second issue in this volume, Critical Survey delves into issues of critical practice and literary theory, discussing works and authors central to Renaissance and Modern writing and culture. In addition, we are delighted to offer a special virtual issue of Critical Survey on the works of Shakespeare.

 

Girlhood Studies

An Interdisciplinary Journal

Volume 10, Issue 2: Technologies of Nonviolence: Reimagining Mobile and Social Media Practices in the Lives of Girls and Young Women

Devoted to “technologies of nonviolence,” this special issue of Girlhood Studies examines how this notion might lead to a reimagining of both urban and rural spaces as sites of networked resistance and transformation for girls and young women.

 

Learning and Teaching

The International Journal of Higher Education in the Social Sciences

Volume 10, Issue 2

Welcome to the tenth anniversary issue of Learning and Teaching. This anniversary presents an opportunity for celebration and for reflection on the progress made by the journal, focusing on a range of learning and teaching innovations in its core disciplines of anthropology, politics and sociology.

 

In Case You Missed It… Summer Releases

 

Contributions to the History of Concepts

Volume 12, Issue 1

This issue marks the completion of the Contributions editorial team transition, and features a special section, “Knowledge Quests in the European Periphery,” that attempts to explore the different ways in which conceptual history’s methodologies could be applied to disciplines with which traditional conceptual historians have not previously engaged.

 

Social Analysis

Volume 61, Issue 2: Multiple Nature-Cultures, Diverse Anthropologies

This special issue of Social Analysis features guest editors Casper Bruun Jensen and Atsuro Morita. This issue opens with their examination of the interrelations between the possible existence of multiple nature-cultures and the indisputable existence of distinct anthropological traditions.