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Peter Levine

conditions of deep uncertainty. Of course, we would like to know what will happen to institutions and norms. Will a global pandemic make various publics more favorable to social democracy and welfare states by reinforcing the value of governments? Or will

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Lauri Rapeli and Inga Saikkonen

conditions. Hence, there is little to suggest that COVID-19 would deal a devastating—let alone lasting—blow to the institutions of old Western democracies. Impact on Democratic Backsliding Democratic forms of government became the global norm at the

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Art to Table

The Power of Aesthetics in Women’s Cookbooks of the Belle Époque

Samantha Presnal

gender norms without seeming to sabotage the social system. Mix: Combining Domestic Cuisine and Concepts of Art Imbrications of food and art can be traced to the distant past, from the intricate engravings found on serving vessels to the vibrant

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Tuuli Lähdesmäki, Sigrid Kaasik-Krogerus, and Katja Mäkinen

with the intertwined phases of European integration and processes of Europeanization. Europeanization can be defined as international socialization where formal and informal rules, procedures, policies, and norms are constructed, diffused, and

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Ottoman Conceptual History

Challenges and Prospects

Alp Eren Topal and Einar Wigen

has pointed out, the norms for what constituted a “good text” in Ottoman circles were very different from the qualities European posterity sought in them and judged them by. 48 From Goethe onward, Europeans have been looking for originality, since

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“Give Me Back My Son!”

Eleanor of Aquitaine, Emotion Talk, and the Gendering of Political Rhetoric

Linda E. Mitchell

populations expressing themselves emotionally, are by their identification as being outside the norm dismissed or denigrated. Feminist theorists have demonstrated that ingrained cultural attitudes tend to interpret emotion talk differently for different groups

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Richard Bessel

established ethical system of norms—religion became a taboo, bourgeois legality despised, and standards of humanitarian (or, if one prefers, “chivalrous”) conduct of warfare scorned. In their place emerged not a new form of social justice but rather the

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Romanticizing Difference

Identities in Transformation after World War I

Nadia Malinovich

, native colonial populations are represented primarily as exploitable labor forces and assessed in terms of their degree of “civilization,” that is, conformity to French social and cultural norms. Moise then compares those interwar representations of the

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Anton Jansson, Kai Vogelsang, and Nele Kuhlmann

method and to develop a method with this preparatory knowledge. Foucault himself states three conditions: nihilism (questions norms), nominalism (questions universals), and historicism (focuses on historical transformations) (compare to p. 52). The

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Mirrors for Margraves

Peter Damian’s Models for Male and Female Rulers

Alison Creber

. Instead he warned Godfrey against behaving like a priest. Damian’s use of gender paradoxes and his references to “Duke” Adelaide and her “virile strength” suggest that, for him, male power was the norm and that partaking of masculinity, if only