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  • Project Fear: A Post-Brexit View on Hostile Voices

    Projekt Angst: Eine Nach-Brexit-Sicht auf feindselige Stimmen

    If there was a ‘Project Fear’ in the lead-up to this year’s referendum on British membership of the EU (or Brexit), it was orchestrated not by Remain but by Leave. The long-term drip-drip of hysterical newspaper stories on Europe and immigration in general laid fertile ground for a rhetoric of suspicion and resentment.

    Project Fear: A Post-Brexit View on Hostile Voices
  • Post-ism. The Humanities, Displaced by their Trends

    Post-ismus. Die Geisteswissenschaften, ver-rückt durch ihre Trends

    What is post-ism about? The humanities are a scholarly institution in which human culture is thematized, investigated, and analyzed. They do it in the special way we call 'scholarly' or, in most other languages, 'scientific'. But, nevertheless...

    Post-ism. The Humanities, Displaced by their Trends
  • Exploring the Open Access. Editorial

    Unterwegs im Open Access. Editorial

    A journal that--all things considered--absolutely cannot earn money? A renowned publishing company that becomes involved as a partner in such an undertaking? A Tower of Babel that aids communication? Transdisciplinarity that was not created by a "predatory community"?

    Exploring the Open Access. Editorial
  • History on Stage: News from History Theater

    Geschichte auf der Bühne: Neues vom Geschichtstheater

    One particular field has, until now, been omitted: history theater. Here, the simulation of the past encounters its deconstruction–therefore it should become a field of research for public history.

    History on Stage: News from History Theater
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