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- Death and Agency. Interdisciplinary Studies on the End of Life from a European Perspective
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A Revolution in Context
This volume offers new cultural historical perspectives on the German Revolution 1918/19 and shows: The revolution 1918/19 began as an intense social and political event but escalated in late 1918, when the state monopoly of violence became contested.
Malte Griesse (ed.)From Mutual Observation to Propaganda War
Premodern Revolts in Their Transnational Representations
The early-modern media-revolution influenced both the very course of revolts, and their representations. Since authorities persecuted dissident views on such delicate events, the book focuses mainly on cross-border depictions.
Public and Private Forms of Experiencing and Narrating the Past
This volume offers new perspectives on the link between public and private memory processes by presenting research on both major historical events and more everyday objects of memory.
Asymmetrical Concepts after Reinhart Koselleck
Historical Semantics and Beyond
Asymmetrical concepts revisited: 35 years after Koselleck's influential analyses, this volume brings together new contributions on a general theory of »asymmetrical concepts«.
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.