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Recent Content

Author: 
María Pía Lara
Reviewer: 
Kim Shively

Shively on Lara, 'The Disclosure of Politics: Struggles over the Semantics of Secularization'

María Pía Lara. The Disclosure of Politics: Struggles over the Semantics of Secularization. New York: Columbia University Press, 2013. xiii + 235 pp. $40.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-231-16280-7.

Reviewed by Kim Shively (Kutztown University) Published on H-SAE (March, 2014) Commissioned by Michael B. Munnik

Thinking about Secularization: A Meta-Methodological Study

Author: 
Tryfon Bampilis
Reviewer: 
Yuson Jung

Jung on Bampilis, 'Greek Whisky: The Localization of a Global Commodity'

Tryfon Bampilis. Greek Whisky: The Localization of a Global Commodity. New York: Berghahn Books, 2013. xvii + 228 pp. $95.00 (cloth), ISBN 978-0-85745-877-3; ISBN 978-0-85745-878-0.

Reviewed by Yuson Jung (Wayne State University) Published on H-SAE (March, 2014) Commissioned by Michael B. Munnik

A Greek Fetish? The Social Life of Whisky

Author: 
Leonidas Donskis
Reviewer: 
Jonathan L. Larson

Larson on Donskis, 'Yet Another Europe after 1984: Rethinking Milan Kundera and the Idea of Central Europe'

Leonidas Donskis. Yet Another Europe after 1984: Rethinking Milan Kundera and the Idea of Central Europe. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2012. x + 223 pp. $65.00 (paper), ISBN 978-90-420-3543-0.

Reviewed by Jonathan L. Larson (Grinnell College) Published on H-SAE (February, 2014) Commissioned by Michael B. Munnik

Translating Central Europe and the Anthropology of Europe

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