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Four-Color Communism
February 2021

Four-Color Communism

Comic Books and Contested Power in the German Democratic Republic

Eedy, S.
Experiencing Materiality
February 2021

Experiencing Materiality

Museum Perspectives

Gamberi, V.
Political Graffiti in Critical Times
February 2021

Political Graffiti in Critical Times

The Aesthetics of Street Politics

Campos, R., Pavoni, A., & Zaimakis, Y. (eds)
Nordic War Stories
February 2021

Nordic War Stories

World War II as History, Fiction, Media, and Memory

Stecher-Hansen, M. (ed)
On the Death of Jews
March 2021

On the Death of Jews

Photographs and History

Fresco, N.
The Best We Share
March 2021

The Best We Share

Nation, Culture and World-Making in the UNESCO World Heritage Arena

Brumann, C.
Ethical Practice in Participatory Visual Research with Girls
March 2021

Ethical Practice in Participatory Visual Research with Girls

Transnational Approaches

Moletsane, R., Wiebesiek, L.,Treffry-Goatley, A. & Mandrona, A. (eds)
Perspectives in Motion
March 2021

Perspectives in Motion

Engaging the Visual in Dance and Music

Stepputat, K & Diettrich, B. (eds)
Deconstructing Dolls
March 2021

Deconstructing Dolls

Girlhoods and the Meanings of Play

Forman-Brunell, M. (ed)
Exchanging Objects
April 2021

Exchanging Objects

Nineteenth-Century Museum Anthropology at the Smithsonian Institution

Nichols, C. A.
East German Film and the Holocaust
April 2021

East German Film and the Holocaust

Ward, E.
Mattering the Invisible
May 2021

Mattering the Invisible

Technologies, Bodies, and the Realm of the Spectral

Espírito Santo, D. & Hunter, J. (eds)
To See a Moose
May 2021

To See a Moose

The History of Polish Sex Education

Kościańska, A.
A Twisted Style
May 2021

A Twisted Style

The Culture of Dreadlocks in “Western” Societies

Jerrentrup, M. T.
Beyond the Veil
May 2021

Beyond the Veil

Reflexive Studies of Death and Dying

Thamann, A. & Christodoulaki, K. M. (eds)
Emotions, Ethics, and Cinematic Experience
June 2021

Emotions, Ethics, and Cinematic Experience

New Phenomenological and Cognitivist Perspectives

Sinnerbrink, R. (ed)
All Tomorrow's Cultures
June 2021

All Tomorrow's Cultures

Anthropological Engagements with the Future

Collins, S. G.
In Memory of Times to Come
June 2021

In Memory of Times to Come

Ironies of History in Southeastern Papua New Guinea

Demian, M.
Textures of Belonging
July 2021

Textures of Belonging

Senses, Objects and Spaces of Romanian Roma

Racleş, A.
Peter Lilienthal
July 2021

Peter Lilienthal

A Cinema of Exile and Resistance

Sandberg, C.
Living Like a Girl
August 2021

Living Like a Girl

Agency, Social Vulnerability and Welfare Measures in Europe and Beyond

Vogel, M. & Arnell, L. (eds)
Stories from an Ancient Land
August 2021

Stories from an Ancient Land

Perspectives on Wa History and Culture

Fiskesjö, M.
Contemporary Megaprojects
August 2021

Contemporary Megaprojects

Organization, Vision, and Resistance in the 21st Century

Schindler, S., Fadaere, S., Brockington, D. (eds)
Digital Archives and Collections
September 2021

Digital Archives and Collections

Creating Online Access to Cultural Heritage

Müller, K.
Dictionary of Authentic American Proverbs
September 2021

Dictionary of Authentic American Proverbs

Mieder, W.
Cattle Poetics
September 2021

Cattle Poetics

How Aesthetics Shapes Politics in Mursiland, Ethiopia

Eczet, J.-B.
How is a Man Supposed to be a Man?
September 2021

How is a Man Supposed to be a Man?

Male Childlessness – a Life Course Disrupted

Hadley, R. A.
Bigger Fish to Fry
September 2021

Bigger Fish to Fry

A Theory of Cooking as Risk, with Greek Examples

Sutton, D. E.
The Cinematic Language of Theo Angelopoulos
September 2021

The Cinematic Language of Theo Angelopoulos

Karalis, V.
Carnivalizing Reconciliation
October 2021

Carnivalizing Reconciliation

Contemporary Australian and Canadian Literature and Film beyond the Victim Paradigm

Teichler, H.
One More for the Road
October 2021

One More for the Road

A Director’s Notes on Exile, Family, and Film

Grlić, R.
Crafting Chinese Memories
October 2021

Crafting Chinese Memories

The Art and Materiality of Storytelling

Swancutt, K. (ed)
Transforming Author Museums
October 2021

Transforming Author Museums

From Sites of Pilgrimage to Cultural Hubs

Spring, U., Schimanski, J., & Aarbakke, T. (eds)
Transnational Railway Cultures
October 2021

Transnational Railway Cultures

Trains in Music, Literature, Film, and Visual Art

Fraser, B. & Spalding, S. (eds)
Medieval Intersections
November 2021

Medieval Intersections

Gender and Status in Europe in the Middle Ages

Weikert, K. & Woodacre, E. (eds)
Dressing Up
November 2021

Dressing Up

Menswear in the Age of Social Media

Bluteau, J. M.
Cosmic Coherence
November 2021

Cosmic Coherence

A Cognitive Anthropology Through Chinese Divination

Matthews, W.
Good Enough Mothers
November 2021

Good Enough Mothers

Practicing Nurture and Motherhood in Chiapas, Mexico

López, JM
Today’s Extremisms
January 2022

Today’s Extremisms

Crisis, Radicalization, and the Conundrum of the Center and the Extremes

Loperfido, G. (ed)
Emerging Technologies and Museums
January 2022

Emerging Technologies and Museums

Mediating Difficult Heritage

Stylianou-Lambert, T., Heraclidou, A., & Bounia, A. (eds)
Mediated Lives
January 2022

Mediated Lives

Waiting and Hope among Iraqi Refugees in Jordan

Twigt, M.
Museum, Place, Architecture and Narrative
January 2022

Museum, Place, Architecture and Narrative

Nordic Maritime Museums’ Portrayals of Shipping, Seafarers and Maritime Communities

Bunz, A.
Representing 21st Century Migration in Europe
February 2022

Representing 21st Century Migration in Europe

Performing Borders, Identities and Texts

Ortega González, N. & Martínez García, A. (eds)
Times of History, Times of Nature
February 2022

Times of History, Times of Nature

Temporalization and the Limits of Modern Knowledge

Ekstrom, A. & Bergwik, S. (eds)
Contested Holdings
February 2022

Contested Holdings

Public and Private Collections in Political, Epistemic and Artistic Processes of Return

Bodenstein, F., Otoiu, D., & Troelenberg, E.-M. (eds)
Neoliberalizing Diversity in Liberal Arts College Life
February 2022

Neoliberalizing Diversity in Liberal Arts College Life

Urciuoli, B.
An American Icon in Puerto Rico
February 2022

An American Icon in Puerto Rico

Barbie, Girlhood, and Colonialism at Play

Aguiló-Pérez, E. R.
Self in the World
March 2022

Self in the World

Connecting Lifes Extremes

Hart, K.
The Social Origins of Thought
March 2022

The Social Origins of Thought

Durkheim, Mauss, and the Category Project

Schick, Johannes F. M.
The Precarity of Masculinity
March 2022

The Precarity of Masculinity

Football, Pentecostalism, and Transnational Aspirations in Cameroon

Kovač, U.
The Walls of Santiago
April 2022

The Walls of Santiago

Social Revolution and Political Aesthetics in Contemporary Chile

Gordon-Zolov, T. & Zolov, E.
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