TOC: German Politics and Society (Volume 35, Issue 4)

The articles in this issue of German Politics and Society range in topic from the role of ideational factors in shaping German public discourse on the refugee crisis to the Pegida movement. The tropes of romance and family in performances at the Eurovision Song Contest and in recent European films are examined and the contemporary agency of labor relations actors is analyzed. This issue concludes with book reviews.

TOC: German Politics and Society (Volume 35, Issue 4)

Dear Colleague,

The articles in this issue of German Politics and Society range in topic from the role of ideational factors in shaping German public discourse on the refugee crisis to the Pegida movement. The tropes of romance and family in performances at the Eurovision Song Contest and in recent European films are examined and the contemporary agency of labor relations actors is analyzed. This issue concludes with book reviews.

Re: "Black Life in Adelanto" by Jemima Pierre

I want to thank Marlene so much for posting this very important article by Jemima Pierre, who is doing such crucial work. I had the opportunity in fall 2016 to work with Haitians who had just crossed the border from Tijuana into San Diego, before the Obama Administration restricted the policy and stopped people from being eligible for humanitarian parole. It was heartbreaking to see people who had come so far, and been through so much, forced to wear ankle bracelets like criminals though they had entered the U.S. legally. But Prof.

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