European Studies vol. 32 (2014)

Najnowszy, 32-gi tom w serii European Studies - An Interdisciplinary Series in European Culture, History and Politics wydawnictwa Rodopi dotarł do nas w tym tygodniu. Szczegóły bibliograficzne i zawartość tomu zamieszczam poniżej. 

European Encounters. Intellectual Exchange and the Rethinking of Europe 1914-1945 / edited by Carlos Reijnen, Marleen Rensen. 2014, Rodopi, Amsterdam / New York, NY, ISBN 9789042038325.


European Encounters: Intellectual Exchange and the Rethinking of Europe (1914-1945) / Carlos Reijnen, Marleen Rensen -- Pt. 1. Political and Ideological Encounters -- Interbellum: A Europe of States and Statelessness / John Neubauer -- German Intellectuals and the Crisis of Culture (1918-1940) Frits Boterman -- Divided Fronts: The Anti-communist and Anti-fascist Defence of ‘Democracy’ and ‘Europe / Joris Gijsenbergh -- Projector or Projection Screen? The Portuguese Estado Novo and ‘Renewal’ in the Netherlands (1933-1946) / Robin De Bruin -- Pt. 2. Science and Humanities -- The Intellectual Networks of Otto Neurath: Between the Coffeehouse and Academia / Erwin Dekker -- Universalism in Action: Ideals and Practices of International Scientific Cooperation / Geert Somsen -- Paris 1933: A ‘Société des Esprits’ Chaired by Paul Valéry / Annemarie van Heerikhuizen -- Pt. 3. Literary Encounters -- Krleža's and Kosztolányi's Encounters: A Diagnosis of ‘Typically Danubian Idiocy? / Guido Snel -- Exemplary Europeans: Romain Rolland and Stefan Zweig / Marleen Rensen -- Dostoevsky: A Russian Panacea for Europe / Marjet Brolsma -- Part 4. International Movements -- Exhibiting, Encountering and Studying Music in Interwar Europe: Between National and International Community / Daniel Laqua -- We may no longer restrict our horizon to one country: Neo-Calvinism and Internationalism in the Interbellum Era / George Harinck -- In Search of a Suitable Europe: Paneuropa in the Netherlands in the Interwar Period / Anne-Isabelle Richard.

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