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The latest of our numerous books to receive the Geisteswissenschaften International award are Sina Arnold’s »Das unsichtbare Vorurteil. Antisemitismusdiskurse in der US-amerikanischen Linken nach 9/11« (The Invisible Prejudice: Antisemitism Discourses and the American Left after 9/11) and »Tanz auf Messers Schneide. Kriminalität und Recht in den Ghettos Warschau, Litzmannstadt und Wilna« (Dance on the Razor’s Edge: Criminality and Law in the Warsaw, Lodz, and Vilna Ghettos) by Svenja Bethke. The two titles were selected by the jury together with other outstanding books from the humanities and social sciences in October 2017.
English-language rights to both of these book have already been acquired by North American publishers; the awards come with complete funding of the German-to-English translation. Publishers interested in reviewing the books for possible translation into other languages are welcome to contact us for a book prospectus and reading copies.
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»Sahr has successfully identified the structures that privilege so few and put so many at a disadvantage. ... The way in which the author presents these issues, unravels the connections and structures, and elucidates the illegitimacy of the money-production privilege adds up to an outstanding piece of sociological scholarship.« — Stefan Freichel, Monetative Blog
Lobby briefings and Pressekonferenzen, Profumo scandal and Spiegel-Affäre: An illuminating comparative analysis of interactions between the media and politics
»Hedwig Richter’s book fills a gap in comparative inquiries into nineteenth century elections and is a milestone in the historical study of suffrage and voting practices.« — Thomas Kühne, Professor of History, Clark University
»... tremendously rich in detail and at the same time entertaining … In describing these election practices, Richter reads many established narratives against the grain«. — Florian Meinel, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
The story of a European corruption scandal highlights conflicting perspectives on capitalism, democracy, and political norms in Germany between the world wars.
The female guards in Nazi concentration camps occupied a key position in the camp chain of command between male SS leaders and female prisoner-functionaries. These women were responsible for a considerable part of the violence routinely perpetrated against female camp inmates.
This book addresses urgent questions for democracies everywhere, as populist movements gain support: Who defines who belongs to »the people«? Why are demands for ethnically homogeneous nation-states on the rise? Historian Wildt argues that revived definitions of »the people« based on a purported shared culture must be countered with concepts of equality and citizens’ rights recognized globally.
Peter Waldmann examines the »conservative impulse«—an unwillingness to abandon traditional convictions—by analyzing nine fascinating examples from diverse eras and from Asia, Europe Latin America and the Middle East. His exploratory study on transformation processes and conservative responses is a unique contribution to thinking on social and political change.
Today's banks create money through lending: they »keystroke« new money into existence. This topical examination of the recent history of the world of banking and finance underlines the need for new sociological approaches to money.
»This study creates new foundations for research on the beginnings of modern terrorism and is also a substantial contribution to the history of the mass media in the nineteenth century.« — Friedrich Lenger, Department of History, Justus Liebig University Giessen
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A spectacular photo collection discovered in 2003 offers a sinister panorama of the years 1933 to 1949 in a small German town, from the rise and the establishment of the Nazi regime to its demise and the collapse of the »Volksgemeinschaft«.