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Workshop Announcement: "Digital Media, Islamism, and Politics in the Middle East", Basel, Switzerland, September 28-29, 2018

An international workshop organized by MUBIT Inter-University Doctoral Cooperation in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies Basel/Zurich & Middle Eastern Studies, The Graduate School of Social Sciences (G3S), University of Basel, Switzerland

Call for Applications for the 6th Annual MUBIT Doctoral Workshop in Late- and Post-Ottoman Studies in Basel, a workshop with Assistant Professor Dr. H. Akın Ünver (Kadir Has University/Oxford University/Alan Turing Institute) & Dr. Monica Marks (Harvard University)

Re: Brexit and Scotland

Thanks to Ben Wellings and Brian Girvin for these comments. In response to Ben, post-sovereignty is partly a response to new European opportunities. Yet it also has historic roots in a usable past. The same is true in Quebec, Catalonia and the Basque Country. These are places where the sovereignty issue was never fully resolved. The pre-union Scottish Parliament never attained full sovereignty, partly because the ecclesiastical realm escaped state control under the twa kingdomes doctrine.

Author: 
Istvan Pal Adam
Reviewer: 
Hana Kubátová

Kubátová on Adam, 'Budapest Building Managers and the Holocaust in Hungary'


Istvan Pal Adam. Budapest Building Managers and the Holocaust in Hungary. The Holocaust and Its Contexts Series. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. Illustrations. 204 pp. $99.99 (cloth), ISBN 978-3-319-33830-9.

Reviewed by Hana Kubátová (Charles University)
Published on H-Nationalism (April, 2018)
Commissioned by Cristian Cercel (Ruhr University Bochum)

Weekend Reading 04/06/2018

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