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Jörg Rogge (ed.)Cultural History in Europe
Institutions – Themes – Perspectives
What is the current state of research in European cultural history? Are there developments that rewrite this approach to history? This volume discusses these and other fundamental questions and provides initial answers.
Historicizing the Uses of the Past
Scandinavian Perspectives on History Culture, Historical Consciousness and Didactics of History Related to World War II
The book offers a presentation of new developments in Scandinavian memory cultures related to World War II combining this focus with the perspective of history didactics.
Doing Anthropology in Wartime and War Zones
World War I and the Cultural Sciences in Europe
Anthropology between field research and fire trenches. This volume investigates the hardly recognized cooperation between anthropologists and the military during World War I. An enlightening insight into the dark history of a discipline.
Kirill Postoutenko (ed.)Totalitarian Communication
Hierarchies, Codes and Messages
Totalitarianism reviewed – this volume combines historical, sociological, and linguistic approaches into contemporary totalitarianism research: totalitarianism is a peculiar societal constellation of hierarchies, codes, and networks.