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Table of Contents (17 Articles)

31-01-2022 | FORUM ARTICLE: DECOLONIZING THE HOLOCAUST?

Expanding our Historical Horizon through Decolonization? The Possibilities and Limits of New Attempts to Understand and Situate the Holocaust in Comparative Contexts
Andreas Hess

14-02-2022 | FORUM ARTICLE: DECOLONIZING THE HOLOCAUST?

From a Global War of Narratives to a Binational Framework
Amos Goldberg

03-02-2022 | FORUM ARTICLE: DECOLONIZING THE HOLOCAUST?

Thinking about the Holocaust, Genocide and Antisemitism Today: On the Limitations of a New, Anti-Imperialist Revisionism
Philip Spencer

14-02-2022 | Society Forum: Decolonising the Holocaust?

Paradigm Shifts – Critical Reflections on the Historikerstreit 2.0, the Catechism-Debate, and their Precursors
Steffen Klävers

28-02-2022 | FORUM ARTICLE: DECOLONIZING THE HOLOCAUST?

‘Upping the Antis’: Addressing the Conceptual Ambiguities Surrounding ‘Antisemitism’
Manuela Consonni

16-01-2022 | INTERVIEW

Looking into Dragons: From Basque Violence to Drone Warfare An Interview with Cultural Anthropologist Joseba Zulaika

17-10-2021 | Original Article

Multiculturalism, Social Distance and “Islamophobia”: Reflections on Anti-racism Research in Australia and Beyond
Alan Davison

31-01-2022 | Book Review

Cheryl Misak, Frank Ramsey: A Sheer Excess of Powers
Oxford University Press, 2020, 544 pp., ISBN: 978-0198755357
Huw Price

07-02-2022 | Book Review

Derek Scally, The Best Catholics in the World: The Irish, the Church and the End of a Special Relationship
Sandycove (Penguin), 2021, 336 pp., ISBN: 978–1,844,885,268
Marie Keenan

Open Access 31-01-2022 | Book Review

Alexander A. Schuessler, A Logic of Expressive Choice
Princeton University Press: 2000, 177 Pp., ISBN: 0–691–0062-8
Michael Laver

07-02-2022 | Book Review

Robert D. Putnam, with Shaylyn Romney Garrett, The Upswing: How America Came Together a Century Ago and How We Can Do It Again
Simon and Schuster, 2020, 465 pp., ISBN: 978–1,982,129,156.
William E. Cain

03-03-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Louis Menand, The Free World: Art and Thought in the Cold War
Fourth Estate, 2021, 857pp. ISBN: 978-0374158453
Kevin Power

16-01-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Peter Burke: The Polymath: a Cultural History from Leonardo da Vinci to Susan Sontag
Roger Hausheer

31-01-2022 | Book Review

Steven Pinker, Rationality: What it Is, Why it Seems Scarce, Why it Matters
Allen Lane, 2021, 432 pp., ISBN: 978–0241380277
Jonathan Dancy

14-02-2022 | BOOK REVIEW

Anne Applebaum, Twilight of Democracy: The Failure of Politics and the Parting of Friends
Allen Lane, 2020, 224 pp., ISBN: 978-0241419717
Venelin I. Ganev

09-02-2022 | Book Review

John Kampfner, Why the Germans Do it Better: Notes from a Grown-up Country
Atlantic, 2020, 312 pp., ISBN: 978-1-78649-975-2
Bill Niven

31-01-2022 | Book Review

Raymond Geuss, Who Needs a World View?
Harvard University Press, 2020, 187 Pp. ISBN: 978–0674245938
Edward Hall