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Reconceiving Muslim Men
June 2018

Reconceiving Muslim Men

Love and Marriage, Family and Care in Precarious Times

Inhorn, M. C. & Naguib, N. (eds)
Lessons in Perception
June 2018

Lessons in Perception

The Avant-Garde Filmmaker as Practical Psychologist

Taberham, P.
Global Fluids
July 2018

Global Fluids

The Cultural Politics of Reproductive Waste and Value

Kroløkke, C.
Sense and Essence
July 2018

Sense and Essence

Heritage and the Cultural Production of the Real

Meyer, B. & van de Port, M. (eds)
Mirrors of Passing
August 2018

Mirrors of Passing

Unlocking the Mysteries of Death, Materiality, and Time

Seebach, S. & Willerslev, R. (eds)
Being a Sperm Donor
August 2018

Being a Sperm Donor

Masculinity, Sexuality, and Biosociality in Denmark

Mohr, S.
The Wheel of Autonomy
August 2018

The Wheel of Autonomy

Rhetoric and Ethnicity in the Omo Valley

Girke, F.
Lullabies and Battle Cries
August 2018

Lullabies and Battle Cries

Music, Identity and Emotion among Republican Parading Bands in Northern Ireland

Rollins, J.
Screened Encounters
September 2018

Screened Encounters

The Leipzig Documentary Film Festival, 1955-1990

Moine, C.
Elite Malay Polygamy
September 2018

Elite Malay Polygamy

Wives, Wealth and Woes in Malaysia

Zeitzen, M. K.
What is Work?
September 2018

What is Work?

Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, and Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present

Sarti, R., Bellavitis, A., & Martini, M. (eds)
Polish Cinema
October 2018

Polish Cinema

A History

Haltof, M.
The Art of Resistance
October 2018

The Art of Resistance

Cultural Protest against the Austrian Far Right in the Early Twenty-First Century

Fiddler, A.
Ambiguous Transitions
November 2018

Ambiguous Transitions

Gender, the State, and Everyday Life in Socialist and Postsocialist Romania

Massino, J.
Artifak
November 2018

Artifak

Cultural Revival, Tourism, and the Recrafting of History in Vanuatu

DeBlock, H.
Sofia Coppola
November 2018

Sofia Coppola

The Politics of Visual Pleasure

Backman Rogers, A.
Non-Humans in Amerindian South America
November 2018

Non-Humans in Amerindian South America

Ethnographies of Indigenous Cosmologies, Rituals and Songs

Rivera Andía, J. J. (ed)
The Man Who Invented Aztec Crystal Skulls
November 2018

The Man Who Invented Aztec Crystal Skulls

The Adventures of Eugène Boban

MacLaren Walsh, J. & Topping, B.
Humanitarianism and Media
December 2018

Humanitarianism and Media

1900 to the Present

Paulmann, J. (ed)
PC Worlds
December 2018

PC Worlds

Political Correctness and Rising Elites at the End of Hegemony

Friedman, J.
Dreams of Germany
December 2018

Dreams of Germany

Musical Imaginaries from the Concert Hall to the Dance Floor

Gregor, N. & Irvine, T. (eds)
Conceptualizing the World
December 2018

Conceptualizing the World

An Exploration across Disciplines

Jordheim, H. & Sandmo, E. (eds)
From Storeroom to Stage
December 2018

From Storeroom to Stage

Romanian Attire and the Politics of Folklore

Urdea, A.
Curating Live Arts
December 2018

Curating Live Arts

Critical Perspectives, Essays, and Conversations on Theory and Practice

Davida, D., Pronovost, M., Hudom, V., & Gabriels, J. (eds)
Politics of Scale
January 2019

Politics of Scale

New Directions in Critical Heritage Studies

Lähdesmäki, T., Thomas, S., & Zhu, Y. (eds)
Views of Violence
January 2019

Views of Violence

Representing the Second World War in German and European Museums and Memorials

Echternhamp, J. & Jaeger, S. (eds)
Monetising the Dividual Self
January 2019

Monetising the Dividual Self

The Emergence of the Lifestyle Blog and Influencers in Malaysia

Hopkins, J.
The Arkansas Regulators
January 2019

The Arkansas Regulators

Gerstäcker, F.
Adams, C. & Irmscher, C. (eds)
Being Bedouin Around Petra
January 2019

Being Bedouin Around Petra

Life at a World Heritage Site in the Twenty-First Century

Bille, M.
Extinct Monsters to Deep Time
January 2019

Extinct Monsters to Deep Time

Conflict, Compromise, and the Making of Smithsonian's Fossil Halls

Marsh, D. E.
Screening Art
February 2019

Screening Art

Modernist Aesthetics and the Socialist Imaginary in East German Cinema

Allan, S.
Concentrationary Art
February 2019

Concentrationary Art

Jean Cayrol, the Lazarean, and the Everyday in Post-war Film, Literature, Music, and the Visual Arts

Pollock, G. & Silverman, M. (eds)
Categories in Context
March 2019

Categories in Context

Gender and Work in France and Germany, 1900–Present

Berrebi-Hoffmann, I., Giraud, O., Renard, L., & Wobbe, T. (eds)
Raccomandazione
March 2019

Raccomandazione

Clientelism and Connections in Italy

Zinn, D. L.
Muted Memories
March 2019

Muted Memories

Heritage-Making, Bagamoyo, and the East African Caravan Trade

Lindström, J.
Persistently Postwar
March 2019

Persistently Postwar

Media and the Politics of Memory in Japan

Guarné, B., Lozano-Méndez, A., & Martinez, D. P. (eds)
How Materials Matter
March 2019

How Materials Matter

Design, Innovation and Materiality in the Pacific

Were, G.
Shakespeare and Creative Criticism
April 2019

Shakespeare and Creative Criticism

Conkie, R. & Maisano, S. (eds)
Shakespeare and Cultural Materialism
April 2019

Shakespeare and Cultural Materialism

Drakakis, J. (ed)
On the Geopragmatics of Anthropological Identification
April 2019

On the Geopragmatics of Anthropological Identification

Chun, A.
Shakespeare and Commemoration
April 2019

Shakespeare and Commemoration

Calvo, C. & Hoenselaars, T. (eds)
Gendering Post-1945 German History
April 2019

Gendering Post-1945 German History

Entanglements

Hagemann, K., & Harsch, D., & Brühöfner, F. (eds)
Shakespeare and War
May 2019

Shakespeare and War

Gray, P. (ed)
One Sound, Two Worlds
May 2019

One Sound, Two Worlds

The Blues in a Divided Germany, 1945-1990

Rauhut, M.
Shakespeare and the Arab World
May 2019

Shakespeare and the Arab World

Hennessey, K. & Litvin, M. (eds)
Shakespeare and Stratford
May 2019

Shakespeare and Stratford

Scheil, K. (ed)
Names and Naming in Early Modern Germany
May 2019

Names and Naming in Early Modern Germany

Plummer, M. E. & Harrington, J. F. (eds)
Money Games
June 2019

Money Games

Gambling in a Papua New Guinea Town

Pickles, A. J.
Encounters with Emotions
June 2019

Encounters with Emotions

Negotiating Cultural Differences since Early Modernity

Gammerl, B., Nielsen, P., & Pernau, M. (eds)
24 Bars to Kill
June 2019

24 Bars to Kill

Hip Hop, Aspiration, and Japan's Social Margins

Armstrong, A. B.
German Division as Shared Experience
June 2019

German Division as Shared Experience

Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Postwar Everyday

Carter, E., Palmowski, J., & Schreiter, K. (eds)
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Critical Survey

Critical Survey

Joint Editors: Graham Holderness (University of Hertfordshire) and Bryan Loughrey

ISSN Print: 0011-1570
ISSN Online: 1752-2293
Volume 30/2018, 4 issues p.a. (spring, summer, autumn winter)
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Durkheimian Studies

Durkheimian Studies

Études Durkheimiennes

Editor: W. Watts Miller

ISSN Print: 1362-024X
ISSN Online: 1752-2307
Volume 23/2017, 1 issue p.a. (winter)
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European Comic Art

European Comic Art

Editors: Laurence Grove, University of Glasgow
Ann Miller, University of Leicester
Anne Magnussen, University of Southern Denmark

ISSN Print: 1754-3797
ISSN Online: 1754-3800
Volume 11/2018, 2 issues p.a. (spring, autumn)
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Girlhood Studies

Girlhood Studies

An Interdisciplinary Journal

Editor-in-Chief: Claudia Mitchell, McGill University

ISSN Print: 1938-8209
ISSN Online: 1938-8322
Volume 11/2018, 3 issues p.a. (spring, summer, winter)
» Latest Issue Online

Journeys

Journeys

The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing

Editors: Maria Pia Di Bella, CNRS-IRIS-EHESS, Paris and Brian Yothers, University of Texas at El Paso

ISSN Print: 1465-2609
ISSN Online: 1752-2358
Volume 19/2018, 2 issues p.a. (summer, winter)
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Projections

Projections

The Journal for Movies and Mind

Editor: Ted Nannicelli, University of Queensland

ISSN Print: 1934-9688
ISSN Online: 1934-9696
Volume 12/2018, 2 issues pa. (summer, winter)
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Sartre Studies International

Sartre Studies International

An Interdisciplinary Journal of Existentialism and Contemporary Culture

ISSN Print: 1357-1559
ISSN Online: 1558-5476
Volume 24/2018, 2 issues p.a. (spring, winter)
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