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Looking for the Way Out

The Attribution of Treatment Responsibility among Greek and German Actors in the Eurozone Crisis Debate

Jochen Roose, Moritz Sommer, and Maria Kousis

Introduction In a Eurogroup meeting in October 2009, the new Greek minister of finance, George Papaconstantinou, revealed that the Greek public debt was much higher than previously stated. The Greek state was unable to cover the increasing

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The German Mountain Troops and Their Opponents, 1943 to the Present

Nathan Stoltzfus

The most significant World War II struggle between German and Italian troops outside of Italy was the September 1943 battle for the Greek Ionian island of Cephalonia, occupied jointly after 1940 by Italian and German troops. When the post

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“The Fourth Reich Is Here”

An Exploration of Populist Depictions of the European Union as a German Plot to Take Over Europe

Julian Pänke

representative of a particular periphery: Greece for the South, Poland for the East, and Great Britain as opting-out. The article concludes that the challenges for German leadership are likely to remain and therefore Germany needs strong partners prone to a more

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The Bureaucratic Politics of Germany’s First Greek Bailout Package

Luke B. Wood

which to build analyses of policy production in contemporary Germany. Although much scholarly work explores the second Merkel government’s policy towards Greece, little effort is spent analyzing decision-making processes within the federal government

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Motorcycling in 1980s Athens

Popularization, Representational Politics, and Social Identities

Panagiotis Zestanakis

Papakonstantinou, a popular rock singer of the time. The song can be associated with a series of representations that circulated in early 1980s Greece. Many cultural products, such as movies, songs, and publications sketched out motorcycling as a deviant lifestyle

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Liv Strömquist's Fruit of Knowledge and the Gender of Comics

Mike Classon Frangos

menstruating body as one that troubles the gender binary. In one panel in Kunskapens frukt , Strömquist imagines Plato and Socrates undergoing PMS, with the wives of the ancient Greek philosophers complaining, ‘OMG I just CAN'T DEAL with Plato's PMS right now

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Divine Comics

Ronald de Rooy

different, often historically and culturally driven interpretations. 1 Like many Greek and Latin classics, the medieval Dante is still very much alive and ‘living’; the phenomenon and success of the ‘living classics’, 2 apart from being an essential

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Dissenting Voices?

Controlling Children’s Comics under Franco

Rhiannon McGlade

, Protasio – Greek for ‘preferred one’ – who was at once friend and foe. The plot typically took on a structured and predictable form, involving Carpanta’s ingenious attempts to acquire food, which would typically end in failure. This approach supports Alary

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Ally Sloper, Escape Magazine and the Situation of English Comics

Nicholas Robinette

boundaries of taste targeted by Sloper . His feverish style was a highlight of the anthology from the outset, and if Sloper had succeeded, it might have exposed him to a larger audience. Ann Spano’s The MS’s Muse translates the Greek deities into

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Paco Roca’s Graphic Novel La Casa (2015) as Architectural Elegy

Benjamin Fraser

panel in the accepted direction of reading, but to take it in at a glance, the way we take in an abstract painting’. Interestingly, Molotiu draws from studies of the iconography of choir screens in Greek-Orthodox churches to stress the novelty of an