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Between Transnational Cooperation and Nationalism

The Little Entente of Women in Czechoslovakia

Gabriela Dudeková Kováčová

's founders was to serve as a counterweight against established international women's organizations dominated by activists from Western Europe and the United States, which had already exhibited great influence and organizational infrastructure (the

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Maria Bucur

acquired provinces. 78 These criticisms came from Western European feminists, who had received complaints from women's organizations representing ethnic minorities inside Romania and their allies in Europe (Hungary, Austria, Germany). At the 1924 Belgrade

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The Making of Conservation Science

Report on the Brill-Nuncius Seminar on the Material and Visual History of Science, organized by Sven Dupré (Utrecht University/University of Amsterdam) and Esther van Duijn (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), 29–30 April 2021

Tijana Žakula

. Organized by Sven Dupré and Esther van Duijn, under the auspices of the Descartes Centre, this fascinating seminar provided an overview of the history and development of conservation science in Western Europe: from Belgium to the United Kingdom, France

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David Casassas and Jordi Mundó

permeates the bulk of constitutions that were sanctioned in the aftermath of World War II in Western Europe and even throughout the Cold War ( Domènech 2004 ; Pisarello 2011 ). In 1978, Article 128 of the Spanish Constitution reads that ‘the entire wealth

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Jan Ifversen

historical semantics: Interdisciplinary contributions to Western European cultural history] (Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 1998). 32 This method emerged out of the interdisciplinary collaboration of linguists and historians at the laboratory at ENS in St

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Ian Moll

largely with data about Western Europe and the United States, which may not hold for the world economy as a whole ( Wallerstein 1984 ). Another problem is that the post-Kondratieff tradition seeks to specify ‘techno-industrial’ or ‘techno

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Sheila K. Hoffman, Aya Tanaka, Bai Xue, Ni Na Camellia Ng, Mingyuan Jiang, Ashleigh McLarin, Sandra Kearney, Riria Hotere-Barnes, and Sumi Kim

between Korean agency (as cultural origin) and Western European agency (as early collectors and as the space of representation). In other words, the original Western selection of artifacts in the collections indicates a particular outsider and partial view

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Boris Maslov

abstract concepts—was underway in the first half of the eighteenth century in Western Europe, betokening broader decontextualization of literary production. Poets such as Jean-Baptiste Rousseau in France and William Collins in Britain addressed odes to the

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Abel B.S. Gaiya

seen not only in Western Europe, but also in the Ottoman Empire ( Kılınçoğlu 2017 ), Prussia, ( Kopsidis and Bromley 2016 ), the Russian Empire ( von Laue 1951: 179–180 ), China ( Gregor and Chang 1982 ) and many other states around the world. Egypt

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Anjuli Webster

and 1970s largely through the work of white scholars such as Shula Marks and influenced by the left-leaning academic orthodoxy in Western Europe. Its rapid uptake in the South African academy can be understood in part as a response to the