2017 Douglass Prize Winner: Nitzan Shoshan

The Society for the Anthropology of Europe Announces the Winner of The William A. Douglass Prize in Europeanist Anthropology 2017:
Nitzan Shoshan
For his book:
The Management of Hate: Nation, Affect, and the Governance of Right-Wing Extremism in Germany.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press (2016). http://press.princeton.edu/titles/10882.html

CFP: Cycles of Hatred and Rage: What Right Wing Extremists in Europe and Their Parties Tell Us About the U.S., AAA 2017

CFP: Cycles of Hatred and Rage: What Right Wing Extremists in Europe and Their Parties Tell Us About the U.S.

Panel Proposal for the 2017 American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting in Washington, DC

CFA: The Great War and the Third Way (1918-1939)

Call for articles: The Great War and the Third Way (1918-1939)

The First World War brought about fundamental and lasting changes in the political, social and economic framework of Europe, contributing greatly to the development of modern mass society. Whilst many found that the war experience fortified class differences, others saw the war as an essentially unifying experience, bringing together the nation across political, social and confessional divides.

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