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Welcome to the Spring 2013 listing of new books from Amsterdam University Press.
1 CULTURAL STUDIES Paris-Amsterdam Underground
On the following pages you will find bold new perspectives on the core areas of history, politics, social science, media, film and theatre, Islam, cultural studies and linguistics.
2 HISTORY The Making of the Humanities Vol. II
From a compelling cultural history of the post-war Paris-Amsterdam underground with its violence, racial tensions, sex and drugs, to a multidisciplinary account of the emergence of the humanities around 1800; from an authoritative study of warfare as a form of labour to a timely analysis of the integration of newcomers in contemporary Europe; showcasing the latest research trends, our new and established authors highlight issues at the top of scholarly agendas. The majority of titles in this catalogue are available in digital format and can be purchased from a variety of online retailers and distributors (see inside back cover for a full listing). Amsterdam University Press is dedicated to serving academia and to advancing scholarship by publishing highest-quality books and journals while remaining open to innovative projects and business models. Like our parent institution, the University of Amsterdam, we support scholarship in a nurturing and creative environment, with strong commitment to the scholarly community worldwide. We look forward to expanding our publishing programme to reflect developing issues in our core academic disciplines. Jan Peter Wissink Director
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3 HISTORY Fighting for a Living 4 MEDIA STUDIES Battlefields of Negotiation 5 THEATRE / FILM STUDIES Drama as Text and Performance 6 ART Installation Art and the Museum 7 FILM STUDIES Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art Transition and Transformation 8 POLITICAL SCIENCE / ISLAM From Symbolic Exile to Physical Exile Lebanese Salafis between the Gulf and Europe 9
POLITICAL SCIENCE The Art of Lobbying the EU The Electoral Consequences of Third Way Welfare State Reforms The Making of the Asia Pacific
10 SOCIAL SCIENCE Post-colonial Immigrants and Identity Formations in the Netherlands European Immigrations 11 SOCIAL SCIENCE The European Second Generation Compared An Introduction to International Migration Studies 12 ARCHAEOLOGY / JOURNALS Revive the Past 13 LINGUISTICS Syntax of Dutch 13 SALES AND ORDER INFORMATION
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Paris-Amsterdam Underground Essays on Cultural Resistance, Subversion, and Diversion The post-war histories of Paris and Amsterdam have been significantly defined by the notion of the ‘underground’ as both a material and metaphorical space. Examining the underground traffic between the two cities, this insightful volume interrogates their counter-cultural histories since the mid-twentieth century, shining new light on the urban realities of violence and racial tensions, the sex and drugs trade, the re-imagining of city limits, globalised boundaries, and, in the most literal sense, the impact of the Paris and Amsterdam metros on urban mobility and the heterogeneity of city life.
Christoph Lindner is professor of media and culture and director of the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis at the University of Amsterdam, as well as director of the Netherlands Institute for Cultural Analysis. Andrew Hussey is dean of the University of London Institute in Paris (ULIP) and author of Paris: The Secret History. Cities and Cultures ISBN 978 90 8964 367 4 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 513 4 €39.50 £29.95
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This book is a landmark in the development of a perspective ‘ from below’ on the cultural history of Amsterdam and Paris. Jeroen Dewulf, Queen Beatrix Professor in Dutch Studies, University of California, Berkeley
Cities and Cultures January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 505 0 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 820 3 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 200 pages, 24 b/w illustrations €39.50 £32.50
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Edited by Rens Bod, Jaap Maat and Thijs Weststeijn
The Making of the Humanities Volume II – From Early Modern to Modern Disciplines This much-awaited second volume investigates the changes in subject, method and institutional context of the humanistic disciplines around 1800, offering a wealth of insights for specialists and students alike. Point of departure is the pivotal question whether there was a paradigm shift in the humanities around 1800 or whether these changes were part of a much longer process. The authors provide an overarching perspective including philology, musicology, art history, linguistics, historiography, philosophy and literary theory. They also make clear that the influence from the East, from the Ottoman Empire to China, was crucial for the development of the European humanistic disciplines.
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Rens Bod is professor of computational and digital humanities at the University of Amsterdam. Jaap Maat is lecturer in philosophy at the University of Amsterdam. Thijs Weststeijn is fellow of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science in Berlin.
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Historians have long overlooked the labour involved in soldiering. But now, with the publication of Fighting for a Living, the world of military workers is brought to the forefront of scholarly inquiry. The editors throw a critical shining light on the nature of war and the nature of work for the millions of individuals who have contributed their labour, and often their lives, for the militaries of the world. Nathan Wise, School of Humanities at the University of New England, Australia
Edited by Erik Jan Zürcher
Fighting for a Living A Comparative Study of Military Labour 1500-2000 The military, in one form or another, are always part of the picture. This unique and compelling study investigates the circumstances that have produced starkly different systems of recruiting and employing soldiers in different parts of the globe over the last 500 years, on the basis of case studies from Europe, Africa, America, the Middle East and Asia. The authors, including Robert Johnson, Frank Tallett and Gilles Weinstein, conduct an international comparison of military service and warfare as forms of labour, and the soldiers as workers. This is the first study to undertake a systematic comparative analysis of military labour, addressing two distinct, and normally quite separate, communities: labour historians and military historians.
Erik-Jan Zürcher is fellow of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences and professor of Turkish studies at Leiden University.
June 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 452 7 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 725 1 Hardback 170 x 240 mm 704 pages, 5 tables €80.00 £67.50
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Battlefields of Negotiation Control, Agency, and Ownership in World of Warcraft The massively multiplayer online role-playing game World of Warcraft has become one of the most popular computer games of the past decade, introducing millions around the world to community-based play. Within the boundaries set by its design, the game encourages players to appropriate and shape the game to their own wishes, resulting in highly diverse forms of play and participation. This illuminating study frames World of Warcraft as a complex socio-cultural phenomenon defined by and evolving as a result of the negotiations between groups of players as well as the game’s owners, throwing new light on complex consumerproducer relationships in the increasingly participatory but still tightly controlled media of online games.
René Glas is assistant professor of new media and digital culture at Utrecht University.
January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 500 5 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 808 1 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 208 pages €32.50 £27.50
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Drama as Text and Performance Strindberg’s and Bergman’s Miss Julie This bilingual English-Swedish study of August Strindberg’s play Miss Julie (1888) offers a penetrating analysis of both the playwright’s text and of Ingmar Bergman’s celebrated 1985 production of Strindberg’s masterpiece at the Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. The book is a paradigmatic illustration of convergences and gaps between text and performance, highlighting the Bergman section of the book with photographs from the stage performance. The complete text is also available on www.missjulie.eu, where a great many stills and some moving images can also be found.
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Egil Törnqvist is professor emeritus of Scandinavian studies at the University of Amsterdam and a leading Strindberg and Bergman scholar. He received the 2004 Strindberg Prize.
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Vivian van Saaze
Installation Art and the Museum Presentation and Conservation of Changing Artworks Installation art has become mainstream in artistic practices. However, acquiring and displaying such artworks implies that curators and conservators are challenged to deal with obsolete technologies, ephemeral materials and other issues concerning care and management of these artworks. By analysing three in-depth case studies, the author sheds new light on the key concepts of traditional conservation (authenticity, artist’s intention, and the notion of ownership) while exploring how these concepts apply in contemporary art conser vation. Based on original empirical research and cross-case analysis, this ground-breaking study offers a re-examination of traditional conservation values and ethics, and argues for a reassessment of the role of the conservator of contemporary art.
Framing Film ISBN 978 90 8964 291 2 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 383 3 €29.95 £25.00
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Vivian van Saaze is postdoctoral researcher at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of Maastricht University.
February 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 459 6 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 751 0 Paperback 160 x 240 mm 220 pages, 30 colour illus. €39.50 £32.50
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Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art Whether it involves remaking an old Hollywood movie, projecting a quiet 16mm film, or constructing a bombastic multi-screen environment, cinema now takes place not just in the movie theatre and the home, but also in the art gallery and the museum. The author of this engaging study takes stock of this development, offering an in-depth inquiry into its genesis, its defining features, and the ramifications it has for art and cinema alike. Through the lens of contemporary art history, she examines cinema studies’ great disciplinary
obsession – namely, what cinema was, is, and will become in a digital future. Erika Balsom is assistant professor in film studies at Carleton University in Ottawa.
Film Culture in Transition January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 471 8 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 776 3 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 250 pages, 29 b/w illustrations €39.95 £32.50
Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art ERIKA BALSOM Amsterdam University Press
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Transition and Transformation Victor Sjöström in Hollywood 1923-1930 bo florin
Transition and Transformation Victor Sjöström in Hollywood 1923-1930 Victor Sjöström (1879-1960), or Victor Seastrom as he was known during his Hollywood career, was undoubtedly one of the most renowned silent film directors. Focusing on his masterpieces such as The Scarlet Letter and The Wind, but also including films he had made in Sweden before moving to Hollywood, as well as film fragments and films considered lost, Florin analyses Sjöström’s austere and naturalistic style and the transformations it underwent during his Hollywood years.
Bo Florin is associate professor of cinema studies at Stockholm University.
Film Culture in Transition January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 504 3 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 818 0 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 208 pages, 30 b/w illustrations €32.50 £29.95
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From Symbolic Exile to Physical Exile Turkey’s Imam Hatip Schools, the Emergence of a Conservative Counter-Elite, and Its Knowledge Migration to Europe This thoughtful study examines the routes of graduates of the Turkish Imam-Hatip schools to various European universities, especially those in Vienna and Sarajevo. Against the backdrop of a largely secular Turkish academic establishment, the Imam-Hatip students frequently choose Europe for their university education because they are excluded from the native universities by the country’s secular elites. This ambitious book contributes to the discussion of the role of these schools in the social mobility of the religious conservatives in Turkey.
İsmail Çağlar is lecturer at the Sociology Department of Fatih University in Istanbul.
Forum Publications January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 508 1 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 828 9 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 136 pages €19.95 £16.50
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Lebanese Salafis between the Gulf and Europe Development, Fractionalization and Transnational Networks of Salafism in Lebanon Salafism is becoming increasingly important in the post-Arab Spring Middle East, yet there is a marked scarcity of serious academic studies of its rise. This essential volume examines the emergence of Salafi networks in Lebanon and their transnational reach in Northern Africa, the Arabian Gulf and Europe. Drawing on his extensive fieldwork in Lebanon, Kuwait, Qatar and Europe, the author sheds new light on the structure of Salafism and its networking techniques at the local and transnational level, linking the Lebanese groups with
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networks and charity organisations in the Gulf and in Europe. Zoltan Pall is researcher in the Department of Religious Studies and Theology of Utrecht University. Forum Publications Available ISBN 978 90 8964 451 0 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 723 7 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 120 pages €19.95 £17.50
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Rinus van Schendelen
The Art of Lobbying the EU
The Electoral Consequences of Third Way Welfare State Reforms
More Machiavelli in Brussels (revised edition)
This fully revised and updated fourth edition of the 2002 bestseller offers compelling new insights into the most advanced practices of influencing the decision-making in the European Union’s corridors of power. An eye-opening work, this is a must read for practitioners, scholars and students of both public affairs management and European studies. Rinus van Schendelen is professor of political science at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. He trains and advises EU lobby groups.
The Art of Lobbying the EU More Machiavelli in Brussels D
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March 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 468 8 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 770 1 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 504 pages €44.50 £37.50
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Social Democracy’s Transformation and its Political Costs In all advanced Western nations, policymakers have implemented in the recent decades reforms breaking with past welfare arrangements. This comparative study of their electoral consequences in four European countries – Great Britain, Germany, Sweden and Denmark – argues that they have, in the main, brought about an electoral setback for social democrats. Christoph Arndt is postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Political Science and Government at Aarhus University in Denmark.
Changing Welfare States January 2013 ISBN 978 90 8964 450 3 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 721 3 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 220 pages €42.50 £35.00
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See Seng Tan
The Making of the Asia Pacific Knowledge Brokers and the Politics of Representation This illuminating volume critically surveys the power of narratives in shaping the discourse on the post-Cold War Asia Pacific. The author examines the purposes, practices, power relations and protagonists behind policy networks such as the Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific and the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council.
See Seng Tan is associate professor and deputy director of the Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies at the Nanayang Technological University in Singapore.
IIAS Publications Available ISBN 978 90 8964 477 0 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 802 9 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 232 pages €39.50 £32.50
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Edited by Ulbe Bosma
Post-colonial Immigrants and Identity Formations in the Netherlands This important study explores the Dutch post-colonial migrant experience within the context of a wider European debate, surveying over sixty years and three generations of migration history. A timely work, it offers the germane scholarship on one particular country with a particularly rich history to readers worldwide. Ulbe Bosma is senior researcher at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam.
Fascinating, comprehensive, and historically grounded, this essential volume reveals how the colonial past continues to shape multicultural Dutch society. Andrea Smith, Lafayette College, Easton, PA (USA)
IMISCOE Research Available ISBN 978 90 8964 454 1 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 731 2 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 252 pages €39.50 £32.50
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Edited by Marek Okólski
European Immigrations Trends, Structures and Policy Implications The key threads in this innovative work concern the long-term transition that the ‘Old Continent’ countries undergo from net emigration to net immigration, as well as developments in migrant inflows, integration and policy. New empirical evidence underscores their common experience, while disclosing factors and trends underlying their respective migrations, particularly to Southern and Eastern Europe.
Marek Okólski is professor of economics at the University of Warsaw.
IMISCOE Research Available ISBN 978 90 8964 457 2 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 727 5 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 286 pages €39.50 £32.50
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Edited by Maurice Crul, Jens Schneider and Frans Lelie
The European Second Generation Compared Does the Integration Context Matter? This timely book offers crossnational comparisons and a new perspective on the position of the European second generation in education, labour, social relations, religion and identity formation, drawing on data collected by the TIES survey in fifteen cities across eight European countries. The TIES project, its thoughtful design, robust methods and compelling findings set a new standard in migration studies. Steven Vertovec, Director, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
Maurice Crul is is the founder and general coordinator of the international project ‘The Integration of the European Second Generation’ (TIES). Jens Schneider is senior researcher at the Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies at the University of Osnabrück. Frans Lelie is TIES project manager. IMISCOE RESEARCH Available ISBN 978 90 8964 443 5 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 692 6 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 416 pages €49.50 £39.50
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IMISCOE TEXTBOOKS Available ISBN 978 90 8964 456 5 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 735 0 Paperback 156 x 234 mm 338 pages €42.50 £35.00
An Introduction to International Migration Studies European Perspectives
Truly excellent and extremely useful... a superb introduction to international migration studies. Joaquín Arango, professor of sociology, Complutense University of Madrid
Marco Martiniello is research director of the National Fund for Scientific Research (frs-fnrs) in Belgium and a professor of sociology and politics at the University of Liège, where he also serves as director of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (cedem). Jan Rath is a professor of urban sociology at the University of Amsterdam, where he also serves as director of the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (imes). “The editors have selected from both the grounding classics and the best new work to show how migration is transforming the rich democracies.” Professor John Mollenkopf, The City University of New York “A collection of must-read, though sometimes hard-to-find, pieces that any scholar or student interested in immigration to Europe and its consequences will want to consult.” Professor Roger Waldinger, University of California, Los Angeles “A must not only for courses focused on Europe, but also a most useful tool for shedding new light on North American migration by casting it in an often neglected comparative context.” Professor Aristide Zolberg, The New School for Social Research
Selected Studies in International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation
Marco Martiniello is research director of the National Fund for Scientific Research (FRS-FNRS) and director of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) at the University of Liège. Jan Rath is professor of sociology and director of the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam.
9 789089 644435 Migration and ethnic studies are on the rise. A body of literature has rapidly grown and, within it, a European research area is emerging. Yet, the scholarship is still highly fragmented, being largely orientated towards the United States and other countries with longer, older narratives of immigration. Unlike people, theories and concepts do not travel easily, meaning we cannot take for granted that research results are equally applicable on all continents. The first volume of the imiscoe Textbooks Series answers the pressing need for a European perspective on migration. Assembling for the first time in a single binding are 25 classic papers that have had a lasting impact on studies of international migration and immigrant integration in Europe. Not only is this book a body of knowledge drawing together complementary expertise developed in the field thus far, it is a launch pad for cross-national comparisons around the globe.
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Focusing mainly on the European experience including Eastern Europe, this important volume offers an advanced introduction to immigrant incorporation studies from a historical, empirical and theoretical perspective. Beyond incorporation theories, renowned scholars in the field explore incorporation in action in different fields, policy issues and normative dimensions.
Selected Studies in International Migration and Immigrant Incorporation marco martiniello & jan rath (eds.)
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Edited by Mingquan Zhou et al
Revive the Past Proceedings of the XXXIX Annual Conference of Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology The contributors to this important volume discuss, among others, data acquisition and recording, conceptual modelling, data analysis, data management, digging with words, 3D models, visualising heritage sites, digital spaces for archaeology, geophysics, GIS and graphics in archaeology.
CAA Available ISBN 978 90 8555 066 2 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 686 5 Paperback 210 x 297 mm 393 pages €35.00 £27.50
Mingquan Zhou is professor at the College of Information Science and Technology at the Beijing Normal University.
9 789085 550662 International Journal for History, Culture and Modernity is a new journal offering an international forum for interdisciplinary scholarship.
Quotidian is an interd isciplinary journal focused on the study of everyday life within a broad range of cultural practices.
Journal of Dutch Literature is the first English-language periodical dedicated to the study of Dutch and Flemish literature from the Middle Ages to present day.
Journal of Archaeology in the Low Countries covers the full archaeological timescale from the earliest Palaeolithic to subrecent times.
ISSN 2213-0624 Open Access online www.history-culture-modernity.org Print copies available as PoD at €19.95
ISSN 1879-534 Open Access online www.quotidian.nl
ISSN 2211-0879 Open Access online www.journalofdutchliterature.nl Print copies available as PoD at €19.95
ISSN 1877-7015 Open Access online www.jalc.nl Print copies available as PoD at €19.95 JO UR N AL OF AR C HAE OL OGY I N THE LO W C OU N TRI ES
NECSUS (European Journal of Media Studies) is a new journal connected to NECS (European Network for Cinema and Media Studies).
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Hans Broekhuis and Evelien Keizer (Volume I) Hans Broekhuis and Marcel den Dikken (Volume II)
Syntax of Dutch Syntax of Dutch, a major linguistic research project currently based at the Meertens Institute Amsterdam, will be published in at least seven volumes over the period 2012-2016. The authors aim to develop an English-language syntax of Dutch that does not only present the findings of earlier linguistic approaches, but also the results of more recent formal linguistic research. This large body of linguistic knowledge, accumulated over the years, cannot be easily found in the existing reference material. The aim of this publication is to fill this gap by presenting a complete synthesis of the available knowledge of Dutch grammar. It is primarily concerned with language description and not with linguistic theory, providing support to all researchers of language and linguistics, including graduate students. This project is, by all measures, an extraordinary one, both in conception and execution. I believe that it will ultimately become a model for comprehensive grammatical description in the years ahead. Richard Larson, Professor of Linguistics at University of Stony Brook Hans Broekhuis is a researcher at the Meertens Institute in Amsterdam. Evelien Keizer is professor in English linguistics at the University of Vienna. Marcel den Dikken is professor in linguistics at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.
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Volume I Available ISBN 978 90 8964 460 2 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 755 8 Hardback, 160 x 240 mm 596 pages €85.00 £69.95
Volume II Available ISBN 978 90 8964 463 3 e-ISBN 978 90 4851 760 2 Hardback, 160 x 240 mm 602 pages €85.00 £69.95
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Albert Kraler is a programme manager at the International Centre for Migration Policy Development in Vienna and associate lecturer at the University of Vienna. Eleonore Kofman is professor of gender, migration and citizenship at Middlesex University, where she also serves as co-director of the Social Policy Research Centre. Martin Kohli is professor of sociology at the European University Institute in Florence and director of the Research Group on Aging and the Life Course at the Free University of Berlin. Camille Schmoll is assistant professor of human geography at Paris Diderot University. “This volume is an important contribution to the complex and challenging issue of family migration. Though a scholarly work, its accessible style will interest students, academics, policy advisers and the public.” Loretta Baldassar, Monash University Prato Centre, Italy “The diversity of disciplinary approaches on gender, generation and the family with an international focus alongside an emphasis on the social and cultural concomitants of migration marks this as essential reading.” Kanwal Amand, School of Applied Social Science, University of Brighton, UK “Though literature of family in migration is often caught in culture-specific problematics, this book’s special focus on both macro- and micro-levels expands its potential readership beyond scholars. A real success.” Rosita Fibbi, Swiss Forum for Migration and Population Studies, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
kraler, kofman, kohli & schmoll (eds.) Gender, Generations and the Family in International Migration
Family-related migration is moving to the centre of political debates on integration and multiculturalism in Europe. More and more, it is also leading to lively academic interest in the family dimensions of international migration. Yet, strands of research largely remain separate from, and sometimes ignorant of, each other. This book seeks to bridge the disciplinary divides. Fifteen chapters create a prism of themes through which to better understand the diversity of this type of migration and its resulting family forms and practices. Coming from a mix of specialisations with different methodological approaches, the authors question – if not counter – simplistic assumptions about migrants in public discourses and acknowledge the state’s role in shaping family-related migration, practices and lives.
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n the past fifteen years, file sharing of digital cultural works between individuals has been at the center of a number of debates on the future of culture itself. To some, sharing constitutes piracy, to be fought against and eradicated. Others see it as unavoidable, and table proposals to compensate for its harmful effects. Meanwhile, little progress has been made towards addressing the real challenges facing culture in a digital world.
Sharing starts from a radically different viewpoint, namely that the non-market sharing of digital works is both legitimate and useful. It supports this premise with empirical research, demonstrating that non-market sharing leads to more diversity in the attention given to various works. Taking stock of what we have learnt about the cultural economy in recent years, Sharing sets out the conditions necessary for valuable cultural functions to remain sustainable in this context. Philippe Aigrain is the CEO of Sopinspace and one of the founders of La Quadrature du Net. Suzanne Aigrain is lecturer in astrophysics at Oxford University and is a fellow of All Souls College.
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reasoned, pragmatic yet passionate book. Philippe Aigrain opens new, better ways of reaping the cultural and social benefits of the digital revolution.”
Juan Carlos De Martin – Director NEX A Center for Internet & Society, Torino “This essay is a must read for anyone interested in a viable economic structure adapted to the Milad Doueihi – Chaire de recherche sur les cultures numériques, Université Laval (Québec) “Aigrain presents incredibly useful and shrewd insights into the twin challenges of facilitat-
ing lawful sharing of information and providing sustainable rewards for creative communities involved in the production of cultural works.”
James Love – Director Knowledge Ecology International
realities of the digital environment.”
sharing Culture and the Economy in the Internet Age — Philippe Aigrain with contribution of Suzanne Aigrain
amsterdam university press
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