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Competition, choice and diversity in the newspaper trade of the Dutch Golden Age
(2018-09-03) - Journal article
This article expands on the themes of choice and diversity within a national, competitive news market in the seventeenth-century Dutch Republic. It is often suggested that early newspapers largely copied one another. But ...
News, neighbours, and commerce : newspaper advertising in the information culture of the Dutch Republic
(2018-09-03) - Journal article
The Dutch did not invent the newspaper – their genius lay, as in so many aspects of industry, in the refinement of the mechanisms of production and sale so as to maximise efficiency and profits. One of their imaginative ...
A (trans)national emotional community? Greek political songs and the politicisation of Greek migrants in West Germany in the 1960s and early 1970s
(2014-11) - Journal article
This article examines the emotional standards and experiences connected with the entehno laiko music composed by Mikis Theodorakis that was immensely popular among left-wing Greek migrants, workers and students, living in ...
The triple division of the Slavic languages : a linguistic finding, a product of politics, or an accident?
(Institut für die Wissenschaften vom Menschen, 2005) - Book
The first and rather simple classificatory schemes of the Slavic languages appeared in the first half of the 19th century. The idea that languages develop from one another caught on when the heuristic diagram in the form ...
Red and purple? Feminism and young Greek Eurocommunists in the 1970s
(2015-01-02) - Journal article
This article analyses the impact of Feminism on one of the most popular left-wing youth groups in Greece, the Eurocommunist Rigas Feraios (RF), in the mid-to-late 1970s. It indicates that, rather than a shift to (depoliticised) ...
Cernoises and horrible cernettes : a history of women at CERN 1954–2017
(2018) - Journal article
The European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN) was founded in 1954 by a group of men seeking to explore the fundamental building blocks of our Universe. Since then, they and a host of international scholars have ...
Ijesztő személyi kultusz Bulgáriában
(2019-01-14) - Journal article
Political travel across the ‘Iron Curtain’ and Communist youth identities in West Germany and Greece in the 1970s and 1980s
(2016-01-22) - Journal article
This article explores tours through the Iron Curtain arranged by West German and Greek pro-Soviet Communist youth groups, in an attempt to shed light on the transformation of European youth cultures beyond the ‘Americanisation’ ...
From piety to profit : the development of newspaper advertising in the Dutch Golden Age
(Brill, 2018-05-15) - Book item
Orientalism in Romani studies : the case of Eastern Europe
(Lincom Europa, 2017-11) - Book item
The article offers an critical analysis of the current state of the academic approaches in the field of Romani studies through prism of Orientalist approach not only toward research subject but also towards Romani scholars ...