Celluloid Singapore is a ground-breaking study of the three major periods in Singapore's fragmented cinema history, namely the golden age of the 1950s and 60s, the post-studio 1970s, and the revival from the 1990s onwards.
Morphological Perspectives takes words as the starting point for any questions about linguistic structure: their form, their internal structure, their paradigmatic extensions, and their role in expressing and manipulating syntactic configurations.
This is a book about conflicts and fears: how domestic reasons are drawing countries in Europe into international events. Raymond... Læs mere
Two hundred years after the massacre of protestors in Manchester, known as Peterloo, distinguished scholars of Romantic-era literature join together in this commemorative volume to assess the implications of the violence.
Why do we assign nationalities to philosophies? Building on Jacques Derrida's unpublished seminars on philosophical nationalism,... Læs mere
New perspectives on ethnic relations, Islam and neoliberalism have emerged in Turkey since the rise of the Justice and... Læs mere
This Reader brings together a generous selection of readings from the original texts of the three major classical sociological theorists: Karl Marx,... Læs mere