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    Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation: Between Text and Practice

    £96.30 £107.00
    Archaeologies of Rules and Regulation presents case studies drawn from across Europe and the United States, exploring the use of archaeological evidence in understanding the relationship between rules, lived experience, and social identity.

    Creativity in Transition: Politics and Aesthetics of Cultural Production Across the Globe

    £25.16 £27.95
    Exploring creative practices in various settings, the book calls attention to the spread of modernist discourses of creativity, from the colonial era to the current obsession with 'innovation' in neo-liberal capitalist cultural politics.

    Cult and Science of Public Health: A Sociological Investigation

    £21.56 £23.95
    In contemporary manifestations of public health rituals and events, people are being increasingly united around what they hold in common - their material being and humanity. As a cult of humanity, public health provides a moral force in society that replaces 'traditional' religions in times of great diversity or heterogeneity of peoples.

    Culture in Dark Times: Nazi Fascism, Inner Emigration, and Exile

    £25.16 £27.95
    BETWEEN 1933 AND 1945 MEMBERS OF THREE GROUPS - THE Nazi fascists, Inner Emigration, and Exiles - fought with equal fervor over who could definitively claim to represent the authentically "great German culture," as it was culture that imparted real value to both the state and the individual.

    Ethical Consumption: Social Value and Economic Practice

    £25.16 £27.95
    Increasingly, consumers in North America and Europe see their purchasing as a way to express to the commercial world their concerns about trade justice, the environment and similar issues. This ethical consumption has attracted growing attention in the press and among academics.

    France and the Construction of Europe, 1944-2007

    £25.16 £27.95
    In the second half of the twentieth century France played the greatest role - even greater than Germany's - in shaping what eventually became the European Union. By the early twenty-first century, however, in a hugely transformed Europe, this era had patently come to an end.

    Friendly Enemies

    £25.16 £27.95
    During the Cold War, Britain had an astonishing number of contacts and connections with one of the Soviet Bloc's most hard-line regimes: the German Democratic Republic.

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