Publications

This page presents a selection of recent books. For more publications, please visit the personal pages of our staff.

13 December 2018
Last month Eisma Edumedia published 'Saxa Loquuntur', a book by Dr Mr Feyo Schuddeboom.
13 December 2018
Last month Springer published 'The Hackable City', a book by Dr Michiel de Lange.
10 December 2018
Last month the book 'The Grammatical Realization of Polarity Contrast' by Dr Stefan Sudhoff has been published. 
6 December 2018
In November 'Food for Thought: Wereldfilosofie aan de keukentafel.', a book by Jeroen Hopster was published by Ten Have.
6 December 2018
On 20 December 'The Playful Citizen. Civic Engagement in a Mediatized Culture' was published by Amsterdam University Press.
29 November 2018
In July Cambridge University Press published 'Debunking Arguments in Ethics', a book by Hanno Sauer.
29 November 2018
In September 'Moral Thinking, Fast and Slow' by Hanno Sauer was published by Routledge.
29 November 2018
Last month the book 'Ezra and Nehemiah' by Bob Becking was published by Peeters Publishers Leuven.
13 November 2018
The case studies represent European women writers and comparatively reflect the nuances of their participation in a burgeoning commercial market.
5 November 2018
Last month the book 'Capabilities in a Just Society. A Theory of Navigational Agency' by dr. Rutger Claassen has been published.
18 October 2018
This volume explores the role of money in economic performance, and focuses on how monetary systems have affected economic crises for the last 4,000 years.
18 October 2018
When did the process of globalization begin, and what effects did it have on economies and societies?
Michel Serres. Bron: Wikimedia/Ji-Elle
17 October 2018
This volume is the first to engage with the philosophy of Michel Serres, not by writing 'about' it, but by writing 'with' it.
11 October 2018
This week the book 'Transnationalizing Radio Research: New Approaches to an Old Medium', edited by Alexander Badenoch, was published.
Prof. dr. Duco Hellema
10 October 2018
In this book Duco Hellema portrays the 1970s as a period of global transition.
28 September 2018
In July 2018 a special issue of journal 'Memory Studies' has been published, edited by Prof Astrid Erll and Prof Ann Rigney.
17 September 2018
In August the book 'The Cambridge Companion to the Dutch Golden Age' has been published by Cambridge University Press.
13 September 2018
This book offers an innovative take on the role of intellectuals in Europe through a postcolonial lens.
13 September 2018
This summer 'Sense and Essence', edited by Birgit Meyer and Mattijs van de Port, was published by Berghahn Books.
10 September 2018
Kiene Brillenburg Wurth, Karí Driscoll and Jessica Pressman edited the volume 'Book Presence in a Digital Age'.
6 September 2018
Prof. dr. Kiene Brillenburg Wurth is guest editor of a special issue for the journal 'Comparative Literature', which launched on September 1.
6 September 2018
This book explores ecological sustainability as a human rights issue and examines what our long-term responsibilities might be.
3 September 2018
In August 2018 Maarten Prak's 'Citizens without Nations. Urban Citizenship in Europe and the World c. 1000-1789' has launched.
3 September 2018
In August a Japanese translation of dr. Ewout van der Knaap's 'Uncovering the Holocaust' has been launched by publisher Misuzu Shobo (Tokyo).
13 July 2018
It argues that the erosion of universal scriptural authority was caused by a humanistic philology which originated in the 16th century.
Cover Aramaic Magic Bowls in the Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin
11 July 2018
The collection of Aramaic magic bowls and related objects in the Vorderasiatisches Museum in Berlin is one of the most important in the world.
15 June 2018
Special Issue of PhiloSOPHIA: A Journal of Continental Feminism 8.1 (2018), edited by Birgit Kaiser and Kathrin Thiele.
12 June 2018
The New Jerusalem is the latest book by poet and punk legend Patti Smith. This bilingual English-Dutch prose poem was translated by Onno Kosters.
31 May 2018
The Media and Austerity examines the role of the news media in communicating and critiquing economic and social austerity measures in Europe since 2010.
31 May 2018
How the media has been complicit in sustaining free market capitalism.

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