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29.11.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Anthony Seldon: The Impossible Office? The History of the British Prime Minister

Cambridge University Press, 2021, 430 pp., ISBN: 978-1316515327

29.11.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Kenneth S. Stern, The Conflict Over the Conflict: The Israel/Palestine Campus Debate

New Jewish Press, Toronto, 2020, 255 pp., ISBN 978-1-4875-0736-7

24.11.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Hermione Lee, Tom Stoppard: A Life

Faber, 2020, 992 pp., ISBN: 978-0571314430

22.11.2021 | BOOK REVIEW

Gordon Brown, Seven Ways to Change the World: How to Fix the Most Pressing Problems We Face

Simon & Schuster, 2021, 504 pp. ISBN: ‎978-1398503618

10.11.2021 | Original Article Open Access

Tragedy, Modernity and Political Life

What are the links between tragedy, politics and modernity? Diverse currents in social and critical theory have tackled this question; some arguing that modernity has itself a tragic structure insofar as its promises are undermined by their own …

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Founded in 1962, the journal Society publishes new ideas and research findings drawn from all the social sciences, and presented in a readable and useful manner. It is aimed at decision makers and others concerned with trends in modern society. Each issue features a special symposium and policy-relevant research, as well as reviews of significant new books. Articles in Society span the social sciences, including sociology, political science, economics, psychology, and anthropology. Society attracts an interdisciplinary readership of social scientists and others with a proven interest in social and political issues.

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