Search Results

You are looking at 61 - 70 of 138 items for :

  • All content x
Clear All
Restricted access

Federica Stagni and Daryl Glaser

inequality, racism, and conflict is attributable to ‘neoliberalism’. Neoliberalism appears in this collection not as a regime of passive state withdrawal from the market but as an active agent of globalisation and ‘financialisation’. The term is made to

Restricted access

Pegida in Parliament?

Explaining the Failure of Pegida in Austria

Farid Hafez

implementing a new asylum law in 2003. 23 In national parliamentary debates, analyses reveal first that the fpö had a thematic leadership. Second, racism was not taboo, and third, the imagined “others” (Muslims, immigrants, etc.) were problematized

Open access

Public Health in Eastern Europe

Visible Modernization and Elusive Gender Transformation

Evguenia Davidova

; eating habits and alcoholism; specific illnesses that afflicted the rural population (pellagra); and racial degeneration. It was the latter that coalesced anxieties of depopulation with nationalism, racism, and anti-Semitism. Within this amalgam

Open access

Becoming Communist

Ideals, Dreams, and Nightmares

Rochelle Goldberg Ruthchild

early days, through attempts to perfect the behavior of those at the Lenin School and purge them of racism, classism, and sexism, to the lived experience in Spain during the civil war, to the general fight against fascism during World War II, to the

Free access

Romanticizing Difference

Identities in Transformation after World War I

Nadia Malinovich

universalism, humanism, romanticism, and racism were much messier and intertwined. This volume brings together researchers in history, linguistics, and literary studies to reflect on these issues in order to explore the varied ways in which human difference was

Restricted access

Book Reviews

On 20th Century Revolutionary Socialism, from Poland to Peru and beyond

Jean-Numa Ducange, Camila Vergara, Talat Ahmed, and Christian Høgsbjerg

’ manner in 1978, with respect to fighting racism, ‘the principles by which we live’ were that ‘the black working class will be in charge, and that the black struggle has an independence, validity, and vitality of its own’ (30). With those principles to

Restricted access

Yan Slobodkin

treating diet as a social and economic problem as well as a physiological one. In the 1920s, experts in AEF applied nutritional thinking not only to individual bodies, but to “races” in their entirety. 3 In an age of increasingly rigid scientific racism

Restricted access

Archival Resistance

Reading the New Right

Annika Orich

that they also face elimination from reproductive processes. Adorno's theoretical framework assists Weiß in emphasizing his own argument that it is not racism alone that fuels the rise of the New Right: The bugbear of a quasi-dictatorial “left

Restricted access

Richard Ivan Jobs, Judith Surkis, Laura Lee Downs, Nimisha Barton, and Kimberly A. Arkin

assimilate and become French. (2, 25, 208) The reformers themselves thus carried racist presumptions about the cultural inferiority of Algerians even as they struggled earnestly against the harsher forms of racism that confronted their clients at every turn

Restricted access

Making Friends

Refugees and Volunteers in Germany

Joachim C. Häberlen

Germany from afar. An initial optimistic contribution by Irene Kacandes who expressed hope that Germany would become a more open country faced criticism by a number of scholars who urged us to keep a critical eye on the ongoing racism in Germany. 4