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  • Title: Europe in the International Order

    Europe in the International Order

    by Roman Kuźniar (Author) 2018
    Monographs
  • Title: The Bulldozer and the Word

    The Bulldozer and the Word

    Culture at Work in Postcolonial Nairobi
    by Raoul Granqvist (Author)
    Monographs
  • Title: Multicultural Christology

    Multicultural Christology

    A Korean Immigrant Perspective
    by Chun-Hoi Heo (Author)
    ©2005 Thesis
  • Title: The Griqua Conundrum

    The Griqua Conundrum

    Political and Socio-Cultural Identity in the Northern Cape, South Africa
    by Linda Waldmann (Author)
    ©2007 Monographs
  • Title: ‘Essenced to Language’

    ‘Essenced to Language’

    The Margins of Isaac Rosenberg
    by Nayef Al-Joulan (Author)
    Monographs
  • Title: Vivre en banlieue

    Vivre en banlieue

    Une comparaison France / Canada
    by Serge Jaumain (Volume editor) Nathalie Lemarchand (Volume editor)
    ©2008 Conference proceedings
  • Title: Albert Camus, précurseur

    Albert Camus, précurseur

    Méditerranée d’hier et d’aujourd’hui- Préface de Gilles Bousquet
    by Alek Baylee Toumi (Volume editor)
    ©2009 Monographs
  • Title: Alienation and Alterity

    Alienation and Alterity

    Otherness in Modern and Contemporary Francophone Contexts
    by Helen Vassallo (Volume editor) Paul Cooke (Volume editor)
    Conference proceedings
  • Title: Sociolinguistique urbaine et développement durable urbain

    Sociolinguistique urbaine et développement durable urbain

    Enjeux et pratiques dans les sociétés francophones et non francophones
    by Sabine Bastian (Volume editor) Thierry Bulot (Volume editor) Elisabeth Burr (Volume editor)
    Monographs
  • Title: George Sand : Intertextualité et Polyphonie I

    George Sand : Intertextualité et Polyphonie I

    Palimpsestes, Échanges, Réécritures
    by Nigel Harkness (Volume editor) Jacinta Wright (Volume editor)
    Conference proceedings
  • Title: Child Protection Social Workers and Asylum-Seeking Families in Ireland

    Child Protection Social Workers and Asylum-Seeking Families in Ireland

    Issues of Culture, Race, Power Relations, and Mistrust
    by Colletta Dalikeni (Author)
    ©2022 Monographs
  • Reimagining Ireland

    ISSN: 1662-9094

    The concepts of Ireland and ‘Irishness’ are in constant flux in the wake of an ever-increasing reappraisal of the notion of cultural and national specificity in a world assailed from all angles by the forces of globalisation and uniformity. Reimagining Ireland interrogates Ireland'’s past and present and suggests possibilities for the future by looking at Ireland’'s literature, culture and history and subjecting them to the most up-to-date critical appraisals associated with sociology, literary theory, historiography, political science and theology. Some of the pertinent issues include, but are not confined to, Irish writing in English and Irish, Nationalism, Unionism, the Northern ‘Troubles’, the Peace Process, economic development in Ireland, the impact and decline of the Celtic Tiger, Irish spirituality, the rise and fall of organised religion, the visual arts, popular cultures, sport, Irish music and dance, emigration and the Irish diaspora, immigration and multiculturalism, marginalisation, globalisation, modernity/postmodernity and postcolonialism. The series publishes monographs, comparative studies, interdisciplinary projects, conference proceedings and edited books. “A major intervention in Irish Studies. Irish Studies have come back to Ireland itself. The ‘Reimagining Ireland’ series is at the cutting edge of what it means to be Ireland.” (Prof. Luke Gibbons)

    124 publications

  • Regional Integration and Social Cohesion

    ISSN: 2030-8787

    «Regional Integration and Social Cohesion» (RISC) is an interdisciplinary and multi-lingual (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese) series that examines the human and environmental impacts of regional integration, defined legally/politically (supranationalism), economically (globalization), socially (identity), and geographically (borders). The series aims to link global analysis of issues associated with social cohesion, such as market shifts, immigration, environmental risk and the deterioration of natural resources, human rights, violence and security, etc., with national and sub-national studies that focus on political decision-making, the non-governmental sector and social participation in public debates, economic transformations, social marginalization, identity, etc. Thus, the series aims to combine the international, national and sub-national arenas of politics in thematically-oriented research. While proposed case studies are welcome, the works presented in this series from all social science disciplines, are predominantly based on the comparative method. Studies that compare across geographic regions, defined continentally, are of particular interest. In addition to the scientific focus described above, this series aims to connect theoretical analysis of questions related to social cohesion with policy-based research. In doing so, it examines the role of political actors at different levels of regional integration processes and it studies citizen responses to changing opportunity structures in the economic, social and political spheres. Thus, the series attempts to shed light on contemporary shifts in the uses and types of power in policy-making processes. The issue of changes in how policies are being made is linked to: «who affects policy-making?» and «what impact do policies have in social and economic arenas?» « Intégration régionale et cohésion sociale » (RISC) est une collection interdisciplinaire et multilingue qui étudie les impacts humains et environnementaux qu’exerce l’intégration régionale, telle que définie légalement/politiquement (supranationalisme), économiquement (mondialisation), socialement (identité) et géographiquement (frontières). La collection cherche à mettre en relation d’une part l’analyse globale de problématiques associées à la cohésion sociale – les mouvements des marchés économiques, l’immigration, les enjeux écologiques, la préservation des ressources naturelles, les droits de l’homme, la violence et la sécurité, etc. – et d’autre part les études nationales et régionales/locales qui se centrent sur la prise de décision politique, le secteur non gouvernemental, la participation dans les débats publics, les transformations économiques, la marginalisation sociale, l’identité, etc. La collection cherche dès lors à combiner international, national et régional/local dans une perspective thématique. Si les études de cas y sont les bienvenues, on tentera cependant de privilégier les analyses comparatistes, dans le champ des sciences humaines, toutes disciplines confondues. Une attention toute particulière sera accordée aux études établissant des comparaisons entre continents. En outre, la collection souhaite relier l’analyse théorique de questions liées à la cohésion sociale à une recherche de type politique. Elle examine ainsi le rôle des acteurs politiques aux différents niveaux de l’intégration régionale et elle étudie la réaction des citoyens face aux mutations des structures économiques, sociales et politiques. RISC met dès lors en lumière les tendances contemporaines des usages et des types de pouvoir à l’œuvre dans les processus de prise de décision. La question de savoir comment les politiques sont élaborées est liée aux questions suivantes : « Qui peut influencer les politiques ? » et « quel est l’impact des politiques sur la scène politique et économique ? ». «Regional Integration and Social Cohesion» (RISC) is an interdisciplinary and multi-lingual (English, French, German, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese) series that examines the human and environmental impacts of regional integration, defined legally/politically (supranationalism), economically (globalization), socially (identity), and geographically (borders). The series aims to link global analysis of issues associated with social cohesion, such as market shifts, immigration, environmental risk and the deterioration of natural resources, human rights, violence and security, etc., with national and sub-national studies that focus on political decision-making, the non-governmental sector and social participation in public debates, economic transformations, social marginalization, identity, etc. Thus, the series aims to combine the international, national and sub-national arenas of politics in thematically-oriented research. While proposed case studies are welcome, the works presented in this series from all social science disciplines, are predominantly based on the comparative method. Studies that compare across geographic regions, defined continentally, are of particular interest. In addition to the scientific focus described above, this series aims to connect theoretical analysis of questions related to social cohesion with policy-based research. In doing so, it examines the role of political actors at different levels of regional integration processes and it studies citizen responses to changing opportunity structures in the economic, social and political spheres. Thus, the series attempts to shed light on contemporary shifts in the uses and types of power in policy-making processes. The issue of changes in how policies are being made is linked to: «who affects policy-making?» and «what impact do policies have in social and economic arenas?»

    20 publications

  • Title: Applied Theatre

    Applied Theatre

    Bewilderment and Beyond
    by James Thompson (Author) 2003
    ©2008 Monographs
  • Title: En marge des grands: le football en Belgique et en Suisse

    En marge des grands: le football en Belgique et en Suisse

    by Thomas Busset (Author) 2018
    ©2018 Edited Collection
  • Title: Australian Indigenous Studies

    Australian Indigenous Studies

    Research and Practice
    by Terry Moore (Author) Carol Pybus (Author) Mitchell Rolls (Author) David Moltow (Author) 2017
    Monographs
  • Title: Minorisation linguistique et inégalités sociales

    Minorisation linguistique et inégalités sociales

    Rapports complexes aux langues dans l’espace francophone
    by Karine Gauvin (Volume editor) Isabelle Violette (Volume editor) 2020
    ©2020 Edited Collection
  • Title: The New Pension Mix in Europe

    The New Pension Mix in Europe

    Recent Reforms, Their Distributional Effects and Political Dynamics
    by David Natali (Volume editor) 2017
    ©2017 Edited Collection
  • Title: Imagining Europe

    Imagining Europe

    Europe and European Civilisation as Seen from its Margins and by the Rest of the World, in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    by Michael Wintle (Volume editor) 2012
    Conference proceedings
  • Title: The Remnants of Modernity

    The Remnants of Modernity

    Two Essays on Sarmatism and Utopia in Polish Contemporary Literature
    by Przemyslaw Czaplinski (Author) 2014
    Monographs
  • Title: Margins and marginalities in France and Ireland

    Margins and marginalities in France and Ireland

    A Socio-cultural Perspective
    by Catherine Maignant (Volume editor) Sylvian Tondeur (Volume editor) Déborah Vandewoude (Volume editor) 2021
    ©2021 Edited Collection
  • Title: Misunderstood, Misinterpreted and Mismanaged

    Misunderstood, Misinterpreted and Mismanaged

    Voices of Students marginalised in a Secondary School
    by Lucy Wenham (Author) 2021
    ©2021 Monographs
  • Title: Child Protection Social Workers and Asylum-Seeking Families in Ireland

    Child Protection Social Workers and Asylum-Seeking Families in Ireland

    Issues of Culture, Race, Power Relations, and Mistrust
    by Colletta Dalikeni (Author) 2022
    Monographs
  • Title: Sous les pavés … The Troubles

    Sous les pavés … The Troubles

    Northern Ireland, France and the European Collective Memory of 1968
    by Chris Reynolds (Author) 2014
    Monographs
  • Title: The Living Mirror

    The Living Mirror

    The Representation of Doubling Identities in the British and Polish Women’s Literature (1846–1938)
    by Klara Naszkowska (Author) 2014
    Monographs
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