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Volume 29, issue 6, 2021

Introduction: 1968 Thought and its Usual Suspects pp. 699-702 Downloads
Jernej Habjan
1968: Towards a General Secularism pp. 703-713 Downloads
Simon During
Distant Immediacy: Badiou and Rancière on May ’68 and its Consequences pp. 714-724 Downloads
Rok Benčin
The University as a Political Site: 1968 and Now pp. 725-737 Downloads
Suman Gupta
Literature, Theory and Politics of the Long ’68: The Last Season of Modernism and Peripherality pp. 738-751 Downloads
Marko Juvan
Razpor: On Slavoj Žižek’s First Break pp. 752-761 Downloads
Kaitlyn Tucker Sorenson
Introduction: Confronting the Covid-19 Epidemic and Control: Reports and Reflections from China pp. 762-769 Downloads
Wang Ning
Governance in a Digital Age and Wuhan’s Fight against the Coronavirus pp. 770-780 Downloads
Weihua He
Between Global Governance and Local Governance: the Shanghai Model of Anti-Covid-19 Epidemic Measures pp. 781-793 Downloads
Ye Zhudi, Yang Yicheng and Sun Guanhao
Fostering Solidarity and Encouraging Shared Commitment: Chongqing Daily’s Narratives about the Front-line Workers and the Role of these Narratives in Containing Covid-19 pp. 794-804 Downloads
Zou Li
Biopolitical Practices in Beijing pp. 805-818 Downloads
Ming Li
The Role of Macroeconomic Policy in the Economic Development of European Countries in Transition pp. 819-827 Downloads
Ivan Milojević, Mihailo Ćurčić and Valentina Jovanović
The CEAS and the Europeanization of Turkey’s Asylum Policy after the Syrian Crisis pp. 828-841 Downloads
A. Asli Bilgin and Harun Arikan

Volume 29, issue 5, 2021

On DETECt pp. 569-569 Downloads
Jan Baetens and Fred Truyen
From Euro-noir to Europe pp. 570-573 Downloads
Jan Baetens and Fred Truyen
Images of the European Crisis: Populism and Contemporary Crime TV Series pp. 574-587 Downloads
Federico Pagello
European Crime Cinema and the Auteur pp. 588-600 Downloads
Stefano Baschiera
From Remade Drama to Original Crime – HBO Europe’s Original Television Productions pp. 601-617 Downloads
Kim Toft Hansen, Anna Keszeg and Sándor Kálai
Gatekeepers of Noir: The Paradoxical Internationalization of the French Crime Fiction Field pp. 618-634 Downloads
Jacques Migozzi, Natacha Levet and Lucie Amir
Smart Crime Tourism as Multilayered Cultural Encounters: Exploring Aarhus via Locative Media and Crime Narratives pp. 635-650 Downloads
Cathrin Bengesser and Anne Marit Waade
Donald Westlake’s Ordo: Not Euro, not Noir, but Euro-Noir? pp. 651-659 Downloads
Jan Baetens, Ana Schultze and Fred Truyen
British Public Television Police Drama: an Ordo-Baroque Template for European Complex Governance (with a Case Study of the BBC Meta-Police Series Line of Duty) pp. 660-671 Downloads
Caius Dobrescu
Governance of and by Philanthropic Foundations pp. 672-698 Downloads
Lars Engwall

Volume 29, issue 4, 2021

New Nationalisms: Sources, Agendas, Languages. An Introduction pp. 427-433 Downloads
Siegfried Huigen and Dorota Kołodziejczyk
New Nationalisms and Identity Politics: Minorities, Majorities and Universal Emancipation pp. 434-444 Downloads
Viacheslav Morozov
The PowerPoint Nation: Branding an Imagined Commodity pp. 445-456 Downloads
Göran Bolin and Per Ståhlberg
Mnemonic Populism: The Polish Holocaust Law and its Afterlife pp. 457-469 Downloads
Kornelia Kończal
Young People, Precarious Employment and Nationalism in Poland: Exploring the (Missing) Links pp. 470-483 Downloads
Adam Mrozowicki and Justyna Kajta
Nationalism in Europe: Trends and Cross-national Differences in Public Opinion pp. 484-496 Downloads
Marcel Coenders, Marcel Lubbers and Peer Scheepers
Ukrainian ‘Working through the Past’ in the Context of the Polish–Ukrainian Dialogue on Volhynia-43. Asymmetry of Memory pp. 497-509 Downloads
Julia Rysicz-Szafraniec
FOCUS: Through Chinese Eyes pp. 510-510 Downloads
D’haen, Theo
Domestic Appropriation of Chinese Literature in Europe pp. 511-522 Downloads
Shunqing Cao and Zhoukun Han
Visibility and Invisibility of the Translator in H.A. Giles’s A History of Chinese Literature pp. 523-533 Downloads
Peina Zhuang and Yina Cao
The Pluralist Interpretation of Chinese Marxist Aesthetics in Contemporary European Scholarship pp. 534-550 Downloads
Qilin Fu and Shubo Gao
From Literary Illusions to Media Simulacra: Toward a Semiotic Imagology in the Era of Global Communication pp. 551-567 Downloads
Yirong Hu and Lin Mei

Volume 29, issue 3, 2021

Introduction. Contemporary Literature in Times of Crisis and Vulnerability: Trauma, Demise of Sovereignty and Interconnectedness pp. 315-332 Downloads
Silvia Pellicer-Ortín and Merve Sarikaya-Şen
Transgenerational Trauma, Shared Vulnerability and Interconnectedness in Zina Rohan’s The Small Book pp. 333-353 Downloads
Silvia Pellicer-Ortín
Queering the Nation: Hegemonic Masculinity, Negative Sovereignty and the Great War in Sebastian Barry’s A Long Long Way pp. 354-369 Downloads
Juan Meneses
Writing the Precarious Self in Falling Man pp. 370-382 Downloads
Aliette Ventéjoux
‘Improbable Metaphor’: Jesmyn Ward’s Asymmetrical Anthropocene pp. 383-396 Downloads
Henry Ivry
Human Sovereignty Eclipsed? Toward a Posthumanist Reading of the Traumatized Subject in J.M. Coetzee’s Disgrace pp. 397-410 Downloads
Deniz Gündoğan İbrişim
Building Resilience and Interconnectedness among Humans and Nonhuman Entities: Aminatta Forna’s Happiness pp. 411-425 Downloads
Merve Sarikaya-Şen

Volume 29, issue 2, 2021

Symmetry, Proportion and Seriality: The Semantics of Mirroring and Repetition in Science and the Arts. Introduction to Special Issue pp. 159-162 Downloads
Monika Fludernik, Martin Middeke and Andreas Buchleitner
Andreas’ Device: The Labyrinth and Hidden Symmetries pp. 163-180 Downloads
Mark Mcmorris
Symmetrization, Mirroring and External Reality: An ‘Inner’ Perspective pp. 181-196 Downloads
Rosapia Lauro Grotto
Hierarchy, Symmetry and Scale in Mathematics and Bi-Logic in Psychoanalysis, with Consequences pp. 197-209 Downloads
Fionn Murtagh
Symmetry and Symmetry: The Notion of the Antique Term Symmetria before its New Definition in the Renaissance pp. 210-225 Downloads
Hans W. Hubert
Music, Architecture, Proportion and the Renaissance Way of Thinking pp. 226-241 Downloads
Vasco Zara
Symmetry and Contextuality pp. 242-252 Downloads
Hartmann Römer
Mathematical Entities without Objects. On Realism in Mathematics and a Possible Mathematization of (Non)Platonism: Does Platonism Dissolve in Mathematics? pp. 253-273 Downloads
Thierry Paul
Parallelism and Antithesis: Structural Principles in the Mind and in Literature from a Chinese Perspective pp. 274-284 Downloads
Zhang Longxi
Playing with Forms and with Concepts of ‘Form’: Proportion, Symmetry, and Seriality in Modern Visual Poetry pp. 285-296 Downloads
Monika Schmitz-Emans
From Classical Compositions to Contemporary Seriality pp. 297-313 Downloads
Angeli Janhsen

Volume 29, issue 1, 2021

Erasmus Medal Lecture 2019, AE GM Barcelona. Re-imagining the Nation: Memory, Identity and the Emotions pp. 3-17 Downloads
Aleida Assmann
Erasmus Medal Lecture 2018 AE GM Barcelona: Realizing Children’s Rights in Relation to the Digital Environment pp. 20-33 Downloads
Sonia Livingstone
New and Old Worlds: A Perspective from Social Anthropology pp. 34-44 Downloads
Marilyn Strathern
COST Lecture 2019 AE GM Barcelona: International Network to Encourage the Use of Monitoring and Forecasting Dust Products (InDust) pp. 45-59 Downloads
Anca Nemuc, Sara Basart, Aurelio Tobias, Slobodan Nickovic, Francesca Barnaba, Stelios Kazadzis, Lucia Mona, Vassilis Amiridis, Ana Vukovic, Isadora J. Christel, Pavla Dagsson Waldhauserová and Alexandra Monteiro
Focus: Mobility – A Bridge between the Past and the Present pp. 60-60 Downloads
Nikita Harwich
Mobilities: The Role of the Social Sciences and Humanities under the United Nations Sustainable Goals for 2020–2030 pp. 61-68 Downloads
Amélia Polónia
Historical Geography and International Boundaries pp. 69-77 Downloads
Gideon Biger
In Girum Revisited: From Guy Debord’s dérive to the Situationist View of History pp. 78-82 Downloads
Xavier Costa
The Institutional Lock-out of Sustainable Transport Technologies: Inherent, Intentional, Invertible? pp. 83-94 Downloads
Stephen Bi
Social and Geographic Mobility in Medieval Norway pp. 95-100 Downloads
Sverre Håkon Bagge
Transfer, Entanglement and Regnal Traditions. The Mobility of Ideas, or How to Define Princely Rank in England and the Empire in the Fourteenth Century pp. 101-106 Downloads
Jörg Peltzer
Public Works in the Spanish Empire: A Bridging Perspective pp. 107-112 Downloads
Manuel Lucena-Giraldo
Barriers Instead of Bridges: The Developed World and Intercontinental Migration pp. 113-117 Downloads
Pieter C. Emmer
Mobility of Human Beings in Europe: An Unpredictable Phenomenon pp. 118-125 Downloads
Rosa María Martínez de Codes
Will Kymlicka Goes Practical: Politics Meets (Political) Theory pp. 126-141 Downloads
Egor Fedotov
Artificial Intelligence – Challenges and Chances for Europe pp. 142-158 Downloads
Joseph Straus
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