Cristina Clopot, Ullrich Kockel and Vytis Čiubrinskas
Between Conflicting Systems: An Ordinary Tragedy in Now-Capitalist Albania
Racial and Social Prejudice in the Colonial Empire: Issues Raised by Miscegenation in Portugal (Late Nineteenth to Mid-Twentieth Centuries)
Patrícia Ferraz de Matos
Translating the Bottom-Up Frame: Everyday Negotiations of the European Union’s Rural Development Program LEADER in Germany
Oliver Müller, Ove Sutter and Sina Wohlgemuth
Linguistic Identities in 21st-Century Europe: Issues, Challenges and Prospects
Language and a Continent in Flux: Twenty-First-Century Tensions of Inclusion and Exclusion
Philip McDermott and Sarah McMonagle
Translating Islam into Georgian: The Question of Georgian Muslim Identity in Contemporary Adjara
Ricardo R. Rivera
Two Generations of New Basques: From Euskara as Counterculture to Euskara as the Classroom Language
Linguistic Identities in Post-Conflict Societies: Current Issues and Developments in Northern Ireland
Germany’s Linguistic ‘Others’ and the Racism Taboo
Liesa Rühlmann and Sarah McMonagle
Português Língua não Materna and Linguistic Misrecognition in Portugal’s Schools
Review Essay: Waiting Cultures, Temporal Marginality, and the Politics of Stillness
Andreas Bandak and Manpreet Janeja (eds) (2018), Ethnographies of Waiting: Doubt, Hope and Uncertainty (London: Bloomsbury).
Liene Ozoliņa (2019), Politics of Waiting: Workfare, Post-Soviet Austerity and the Ethics of Freedom (Manchester: Manchester University Press).
Dace Dzenovska (2018), School of Europeanness: Tolerance and Other Lessons in Political Liberalism in Latvia (Ithaca: Cornell University Press).
Giulia Evolvi (2018), Blogging My Religion: Secular, Muslim, and Catholic Media Spaces in Europe (London and New York: Routledge).
Valdimar Tr. Hafstein (2018), Making Intangible Heritage. El Condor Pasa and Other Stories from UNESCO (Bloomington: Indiana University Press).
Valdimar Tr. Hafstein and Áslaug Einarsdóttir, directors and producers (2018), The Flight of the Condor: A Letter, a Song and the Story of Intangible Cultural Heritage, 30 min.
Morton Nielsen and Nigel Rapport (eds) (2017), The Composition of Anthropology: How Anthropological Texts Are Written (London: Routledge).
Máiréad Nic Craith
Agnieszka Pasieka (2015), Hierarchy and Pluralism: Living Religious Difference in Catholic Poland (New York: Palgrave Macmillan).
Detelina Tocheva (2017), Intimate Divisions: Street-Level Orthodoxy in Post-Soviet Russia (Berlin: LIT Verlag).
Volume 28 / 2019, 2 Issues per volume (spring, autumn)
Aims & Scope
Published since 1990, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures (AJEC) engages with current debates and innovative research agendas addressing the social and cultural transformations of contemporary European societies. The journal serves as an important forum for ethnographic research in and on Europe, which in this context is not defined narrowly as a geopolitical entity but rather as a meaningful cultural construction in people's lives, which both legitimates political power and calls forth practices of resistance and subversion. By presenting both new field studies and theoretical reflections on the history and politics of studying culture in Europe anthropologically, AJEC encompasses different academic traditions of engaging with its subject, from social and cultural anthropology to European ethnology and empirische Kulturwissenschaften.
In addition to the thematic focus of each issue, which has characterised the journal from its inception, AJEC now also carries individual articles on other topics addressing aspects of social and cultural transformations in contemporary Europe from an ethnographically grounded anthropological perspective. All such contributions are peer reviewed. Each issue also includes book reviews and reports on major current research programmes.
Anthropological Journal of European Cultures is indexed/abstracted in:
American Bibliography of Slavic and East European Studies (University of Illinois)
Anthropological Index (RAI)
Anthropological Literature (Tozzer Library – Harvard University)
A Current Bibliography on African Affairs (Baywood)
Bibliometric Research Indicator List (BFI)
Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science)
IBR – International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences (De Gruyter)
IBZ – International Bibliography of Periodical Literature in the Humanities and Social Sciences (De Gruyter)
IBSS – International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (ProQuest)
Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts (Proquest)
MLA Directory of Periodicals
MLA International Bibliography
Norwegian Register for Scientific Journals, Series and Publishers
Social Services Abstracts (Proquest)
Sociological Abstracts (Proquest)
Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (Proquest)
Patrick Laviolette, University College London, England
Elisabeth Timm, University of Münster, Germany
Reviews Editor:Alessandro Testa, University of Vienna, Austria
Francisco Martínez, University of Leicester, England Philip McDermott, Ulster University, Northern Ireland
Social Media Editors Cristina Clopot, University of Hull, England Robin Smith, University of Oxford, England
Andrés Barrera González, Complutense University, Madrid, Spain
Vytis Čiubrinskas,Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania
Dorle Dracklé, University of Bremen, Germany
Alexei Elfimov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia Annet Fleischer, MPI Göttingen, Germany
Tracey Heatherington, University of Wisconsin/Milwaukee, USA
Laura Hirvi, Finnish Institute Berlin, Germany
Anna Horolets, University of Warsaw, Poland
Ullrich Kockel, , Intercultural Research Centre, Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
Judith Laister, University of Graz, Austria
Patrick Laviolette, University College London, England
Sharon Macdonald, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Germany
George Marcus, University of California, Irvine, USA
Philip McDermott, Ulster University, Northern Ireland
Jon Mitchell, University of Sussex, England
Máiréad Nic Craith, Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh, Scotland
Tatiana Zachar Podolinská, Slovak Academy of Sciences, Bratislava, Slovakia
Bruno Riccio, University of Bologna, Italy
Regina Römhild, Humboldt-Universität,Berlin, Germany
Cris Shore, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Thomas M. Wilson, Binghamton University (SUNY), USA
Helena Wulff, University of Stockholm, Sweden
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