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Dinge des Exils
herausgegeben von Doerte Bischoff und Joachim Schlör
München : Edition text + kritik, 2013
Innerhalb der Exilforschung sind in den letzten Jahren neue kulturwissenschaftliche Fragestellungen in den Blick gerückt. Der Band dokumentiert, wie das Interesse an alltags- und lebensweltlichen Erfahrungen von Vertreibung, Flucht, Passage, Neubeginn und transkultureller Orientierung neue Perspektiven für die Erforschung des Exils eröffnet. Mit den "Dingen des Exils" stehen Gegenstände im Zentrum der Aufmerksamkeit, die Flüchtlinge mitnehmen konnten oder zurücklassen mussten, Gegenstände, in denen sich Erinnerungen an die verlorenen Heimaten, an das Herausgerissensein und Unterwegssein, aber auch an das Ankommen und an die Erfahrung differenter Bedeutungszuschreibungen in unterschiedlichen kulturellen Kontexten symbolisch verdichten. Koffer und Pässe sind dafür nur die prominentesten Beispiele. Indem das historische Exil 1933 1945 zunehmend Gegenstand von Musealisierung und Archivierung wird, gewinnen auch die Dinge des Exils als Zeugnisse und Erinnerungsträger eine neue Aufmerksamkeit. Zugleich zeigt das für die Exilsituation charakteristische Fremdwerden der Dinge in besonderer Weise die Bedeutung materieller Kultur für Identitäts- und Alteritätsvorstellungen auf, die hier im Horizont des "material turn" interdisziplinär aus literaturwissenschaftlichen, historischen, kunst- bzw. musikwissenschaftlichen und archivwissenschaftlichen Perspektiven erkundet wird.
Baker Berry JX4226 .E83 Bd.31

Democracy : a reader
edited by Ricardo Blaug and John Schwarzmantel
New York : Columbia University Press, [2016]
Part One. Traditional affirmations of democracy -- Part Two. Key concepts -- Part Three. Critiques of democracy -- Part Four. Contemporary issues.

"Democracy is an essential collection of source texts by major historical figures on the value of democracy, key concepts and practices, theoretical perspectives, and contemporary challenges. The volume includes reflections on democracy by Machiavelli, Hobbes, Madison, Mill, Lincoln, and Paine. It features Rousseau and Kant on freedom and autonomy; Locke on equality; Burke and Bakunin on representation; Wollheim and Tocqueville on majority rule; and Crick on citizenship. Conservative, Marxist, socialist, and feminist critiques are followed by new sections on the market, civil society, participation, the Internet, nationalism, religion, multiculturalism, cosmopolitan democracy, and violence. Perfect for course use, the book provides an unparalleled introduction to standard articulations of democracy and its multiple manifestations in our interconnected, conflict-ridden world"--Provided by publisher.
Baker Berry JC423 .D4343 2016

#MasAllaDePodemos© : veinte cartas de un inconformista frente a los cantos de sirena del populismo
López, Javier, 1972- author
Madrid : Sekotia Editorial, 2015
Baker Berry JN8395.P64 L67 2015

Política migratoria en México : legislación, imaginarios y actores
Bobes, Velia Cecilia, author
Ciudad de México : FLACSO México, 2016
Baker Berry JV7403 .B634 2016

Poderes y democracias : la política subnacional en México
Nicolás Loza, Irma Méndez, coordinadores
Ciudad de México : IEDF, Instituto Electoral del Distrito Federal, 2016
Baker Berry JL1298.8 .P634 2016

Migrações internacionais : valores, capitais e práticas em deslocamento
Maria Catarina Zanini, Helion Póvoa Neto, Miriam Santos (organizadores) ; autores, Douglas Mansur da Silva and eight others
Santa Maria : Editora UFSM, 2013
Política imigratória, comércio e teuto-brasilidade : a mobilidade social no contexto colonial do Vale do Itajaí (SC) / Giralda Seyferth -- Escritores e cientistas portugueses exilados no Brasil : cosmopolitismo e identidade nacional (1945-1974) / Douglas Mansur da Silva -- Brasileiros em Berlim : sociabilidades e identidades em construção / Joana Bahia -- O fenômeno religioso no cenário da imigração brasileira para a Itália / João Carlos Tedesco -- / Mito do sucesso da imigração japonesa, dekasseguis e o sonho da comunidade Nikkei / Victor Hugo Kebbe e Igor José de Renó Machado.
Baker Berry JV7462 .M535 2013

Presidential debate negotiation from 1960 to 1988 : setting the stage for prime-time clashes
Self, John W., author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2017]
Baker Berry JK524 .S474 2017

Gobernanza, desarrollo local y migración internacional : una visión multidisciplinaria
Miguel Ángel Márquez Zárate, Jeanette De Rosas Quintero, Enrique Contreras Suárez, coordinadores
México, D.F. : Ediciones La Biblioteca, S.A. de C.V., [2016]
Baker Berry JS2112.I46 G63 2016

Nuclear threats, nuclear fear, and the Cold War of the 1980s
edited by Eckart Conze, Philipps-University Marburg; Martin Klimke, New York University Abu Dhabi; Jeremy Varon, The New School
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017
Introduction: Between Accidental Armaggedons and Winnable Wars: Nuclear Threats and Nuclear Fears in the 1980s / Eckart Conze, Martin Klimke, Jeremy Varon -- Defining Threat: Nuclear Dangers and the Moral Imagination Nuclear Winter: Prophecies of Doom and Images of Desolation During the Second Cold War / Wilfried Mausbach -- Atomic Nightmares and Biological Citizens at Three Mile Island / Natasha Zaretsky -- Missile Bases as Concentration Camps: The Role of National Socialism, the Second World War, and the Holocaust in the West German Discourse on Nuclear Armament / Eckart Conze -- Will You Sing About the Missiles?: British Anti-Nuclear Protest Music of the 1980s / William Knoblauch -- From Artists for Peace to the Green Caterpillar: Cultural Activism and Electoral Politics in 1980s West Germany / Laura Stapane and Martin Klimke -- A Tenuous Peace: International Anti-Nuclear Activism in the East German Writers Union in the 1980s / Thomas Goldstein -- The Example of Wyhl: How Grassroots Protest in the Rhine Valley Shaped the West German Anti-Nuclear Movement / Stephen Milder -- No Nukes and Front Porch Politics: Environmental Protest Culture and Practice on the Second Cold War Home Front / Michael Foley -- Global Micropolitics: Towards a Transnational History of Grassroots Nuclear Free Zones / Susanne Schregel -- "We Envisage a European-Wide Campaign, In Which Every Kind of Exchange Takes Place": European Nuclear Disarmament in the West European Peace Movement of the 1980s / Patrick Burke -- A Case of Hollanditis: The Interchurch Peace Council in the Netherlands and the Christian Peace Movement in Western Europe / Sebastian Kalden -- Peace through Strength?: The Impact of the Antinuclear Uprising on the Carter and Reagan Administrations / Lawrence Wittner -- Did Protest Matter?: The Influence of the Peace Movement on the West German Government and the Social Democratic Party, 1977-1983 / Tim Geiger and Jan Hansen -- Why is there no Accidental Armageddon Discourse in France?: How Defence Intellectuals, Peace Movements, and Public Opinion Rethought the Cold War During the Euromissile Crisis / Katrin Ruecker -- Building Trust: The G7 Summits and International Leadership in Nuclear Politics / Enrico Boehm.
Baker Berry JZ5574 .N83 2017

Remembering the rescuers of victims of human rights crimes in Latin America
edited by Marcia Esparza and Carla De Ycaza
Lanham : Lexington Books, [2017]
Acknowledgments -- Introduction: why remember the rescuers in Latin America? / Marcia Esparza and Zachary McKiernan -- Rescued from fear: the Sebastian Acevedo movement against torture in Chile / Christopher Ney -- Bending the rules: an ambassador's quest to save lives / Pascale Bonnefoy -- The Santo Tomás chichicastenango's municipal firefighters : "Green pines covering the dead bodies" / Marcia Esparza, Stephanie Alfaro and Kristy Sanandres -- Strategic rescue responses to genocide : the Guatemalan case / Roddy Brett -- Between memory and oblivion : the cases of Eureka and Afadem / Isabel de León Olivares, Maribel Rivas-Vasconcelos and Miriam Rodriguez -- From rescue to solidarity : (re) humanizing relationships for social transformation / Jenny Escobar and Angie Tamayo -- Argentine rescuers : a study on the "banality of good" / Jessica Casiro -- Conclusion: on the moral value of rescue and remembering rescuers : conceptualizing rescue in the Latin American context / Jeffrey Blustein -- About the contributors and editors.
Baker Berry JC599.L29 R46 2017

El eterno retorno de los populismos : un panorama mundial, latinoamericano y argentino
Cristian Buchruker, Nidia Carrizo de Muñoz y Norma Isabel Sánchez
Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, República Argentina : Prometeo Libros, [2015]
Baker Berry JL2031 .E84 2015

Nuevas experiencias de la migración de retorno
Elaine Levine Leiter, Silvia Núñez García, Mónica Verea Campos, editoras
México : Instituto Matías Romero, Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores, 2016
Introducción : Las múltiples facetas del retorno / Elaine Levine, Silvia Núñez, Mónica Verea -- Comunidades Seguras (S-Comm) : un balance : sobre la política pública migratoria y el fenómeno de la deportación en la primera administración de Barack Obama (2008-2012) / Paola Virginia Suárez Avila -- ¿Y ahora, adonde vamos? : los retos que enfrentan las familias de migrantes transnacionales entre Estados Unidos y México / Victoria Kline -- Deportación femenina y separación familiar : experiencias de mexicanas deportadas a Tijuana / Diana Carolina Peláez y María Dolores París -- Perfil socioeconómico y de inserción laboral de los migrantes mexicanos de retorno : análisis comparativo entre 2005-2007 y 2008-2012 / Juan Luis Ordaz Díaz y Juan José Li Ng -- Niveles educativos de la migración de retorno, remesas y su impacto en el desarrollo socioeconómico de México / Jorge Eduardo Mendoza -- La salud como motivo de retorno de migrantes a México / Luz Angélica de la Sierra de La Vega, Miguel Ángel González Block,Yetzi Rosales Martínez, Juan Carlos Cruz Valdez -- El retorno de migrantes mexicanos, con acento en Michoacán / Miguel Moctezuma L. y Diana Tamara Martínez -- Migración de retorno en la Sierra Norte de Puebla : a raíz de la crisis económica estadunidense / María Eugenia D'Aubeterre y María Leticia Rivermar -- Matices de prejuicio : recepción en México de familias con origen nacional mixto / Dulce Medina -- Transnacionalismo y migración de retorno en una comunidad zapoteca / Adriana Cruz-Manjarrez -- La comunalidad y los procesos de resocialización de jóvenes migrantes retornados / Telmo Jiménez Díaz -- La migración de retorno y el transnacionalismo : la evidencia en la migración altamente calificada / Wei Li, Claudia Sadowski-Smith y Wan Yu -- Magnitud de la migración de retorno efectiva de latinoamericanos desde España, 2002-2011 / José Alfredo Jáuregui Díaz y María de Jesús Ávila Sánchez -- Los nipoperuanos en Japón : entre el reconocimiento de la ancestralidad y la exclusión / Dahil Mariana Melgar Tísoc.
Baker Berry JV7406 .N84 2016

Popular democracy : the paradox of participation
Baiocchi, Gianpaolo, 1971- author
Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, [2017]
The participation age -- The new spirit of government -- The global spread of participation -- The rhetoric of emancipation : Córdoba, Spain -- A government closer to the people : Chicago, Illinois -- The utopian undercurrent of participation.
Baker Berry JF799 .B34 2017

Participación y rupturas de la política en México : subjetividad, luchas y horizontes de esperanza
Eduardo Bautista Martínez, Manuel Garza Zepeda, Fernando Matamoros Ponce, coordinadores ; John Holloway, prólogo
México, D.F. : Miguel Ángel Porrúa, Librero-Editor, 2015
Prólogo / John Holloway -- Introducción : subjetividad discontinuidad y luchas, constelaciones de esperanzas... / Eduardo Bautista Martínez, Manuel Garza Zepeda, Fernando Matamoros Ponce -- Totalización, comunidad y capital : nota teórica sobre las luchas actuales / Sergio Tischler -- A más de 50 años de La formación de la clase ... : E.P. Thompson y la revolución / Francisco Javier Gómez Carpinteiro -- Desposesión y conflictividad en América Latina : megaproyectos y resistencias locales / Eduardo Bautista Martínez -- La insurrección oaxaqueña de 2006 : luchas por la recuperación de la sujetidad política / Manuel Garza Zepeda -- La sección 22 del SNTE : una aproximación a su lógica y a su organización interna / Luis Arturo Tapia G. -- Formas de resistencia desde la diferencia colonial : el caso de los ñuu savi / Heriberto Ruiz Ponce -- Disputas por el municipio en México : autonomía, descentralización y formación de estado en Tabasco y Tlaxcala / Ever Sánchez Osorio -- Ejército Zapatista de Liberación Nacional : experiencia autogestionaria de singularidades en la pluridad de resistencias / Fernando Matamoros Ponce.
Baker Berry JL1281 .P397 2015

Participación ciudadana y gobernabilidad metropolitana
Octavio Urquídez, coordinador
Zapopan, Jalisco : El Colegio de Jalisco, 2015
Baker Berry JL1281 .P378 2015

Estudios de historia conceptual del pensamiento político
García Bouzas, Raquel
Montevideo, Uruguay : Ediciones Universitarias, Unidad de Comunicación de la Universidad de la Repúblucia, [2014]
Baker Berry JA83 .G37 2014

Receiving Canada's immigrants : the work of the state before 1930
Chilton, Lisa, author
Ottawa : The Canadian Historical Association, 2016
Baker Berry JV7224 .C45 2016

Coyotaje y migración indocumentada : la teoría de la demanda laboral
Izcara Palacios, Simón Pedro, 1966- author
México, D.F. : Editorial Fontamara, 2016
Baker Berry JV7401 .I93 2016

Democracy's infrastructure : techno-politics and protest after apartheid
Von Schnitzler, Antina, 1975- author
Princeton : Princeton University Press, [2016]
Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- The "discipline of freedom" -- After the rent boycotts -- Infrastructure and the politics of payment -- The making of a techno-political device -- Measuring life -- Living prepaid and the politics of numbers after apartheid -- Performing dignity -- Human rights and the legal politics of water -- Conclusion -- References -- Index.
Baker Berry JQ1981 .V66 2016

Gender transitions along borders : the Northern borderlands of Mexico and Morocco
edited by Marlene Solís
New York : Routledge, 2016
Baker Berry JV6347 .G4935 2016

The challenges of European governance in the age of economic stagnation, immigration, and refugees
edited by Henry F. Carey
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2017]
Machine generated contents note: 1. The European Union: Does it Make a Difference? -- 2. EU Enlargement Model: Problems and Challenges -- 3. Revisiting EU Eastward Enlargement from a Consociational Approach: Refining Concepts and Redesigning Tasks -- 4. Managing the European Union Humanitarian Aid Policy: The Expediency of a Flexible Institutional Arrangement -- 5. From Cold War Instrument to Supreme European Court: The European Court of Human Rights at the Crossroads of International and National Law and Politics -- 6. Adopting the Acquis Politique: The Foreign/Security Policy Implications of EU Membership -- 7. Competing Visions for the European Union Grand Strategy -- 8. Balancing Foreign Policy Decisions: Why do EU Policy-Makers Differ in Their Refugee Policy Commitments? -- 9. Biotechnology Governance and Risk Regulation in the European Union -- 10. The European Union: Consumer, Producer or Co-producer of Global Regulatory Authority? -- 11. An ever weaker Union? The European Union in Global Governance Institution -- 12. The EU's Success in Mediating an Agreement during the Russia-Georgia War of 2008 -- 13. The European Union and Climate Change Cooperation -- 14. EU Accession and Disability Rights in Bulgaria, Romania, Croatia, and Macedonia -- 15. A collective complaint mechanism before the European Court of Human Rights? Moving from mass actions to group actions -- 16. From Human Rights to Good Governance and Back: The Institutionalization of the European Ombudsman -- 17. Inter(b)locking Institutions: The European Union, the Council of Europe, and Human Rights Protection in Europe -- 18. Europeanization of Romanian Foreign Policy -- 19. Dirigism and Déjà Vu Logic: The Gender Politics And Perils Of EU Enlargement -- 20. The Litmus Test of European Democracy: The EU and the Protection of the Roma Minority -- 21. Free Movement for All? Restrictive Practices, Human Rights Violations, and European Governance -- 22. The EU's 'Peace-as-Governance' Model: More than pacification? -- 23. The March Eastward: The Role of EU Expansion in Democratic Transition and Consolidation -- 24. US and European Assistance to Democracy NGOs in Transitional Elections: The Cases of Georgia and Mexico -- 25. The EU and Democratization in Cyprus -- 26. The Role of Discursive Consistency in EU Foreign Policy: An analysis of EU Enlargement Policy towards the Western Balkans -- 27. Donor Support for Civil Society Advocacy in Bosnia & Herzegovina -- 28. Challenges and Double-Standards in the EU's Peacebuilding Project in Kosovo -- 29. Where to Observe Elections? The EU's Election Observation Missions around the World.

"This book examines the political and legal challenges of regional governance in the European Union and the Council of Europe. Academics and policy makers will learn from its analysis of legal and political efforts to integrate supranational and intergovernmental agencies with national political systems"--
Baker Berry JN15 .C4255 2017

Human rights in Nigeria's external relations : building the record of a moral superpower
Aka, Philip Chukwuma, author
Lanham : Lexington Books, [2017]
Baker Berry JC599.N6 A45 2017

A democratic theory of judgment
Zerilli, Linda M. G. 1956- author
London : The University of Chicago Press, 2016
Democracy and the problem of judgment -- Judging at the "end of reasons" : rethinking the aesthetic turn -- Historicism, judgment, and the limits of liberalism : the case of Leo Strauss -- Objectivity, judgment, and freedom : rereading Arendt's "Truth and politics" -- Value pluralism and the "burdens of judgment" : John Rawls's Political liberalism -- Relativism and the new universalism : feminists claim the right to judge -- From willing to judging : Arendt, Habermas, and the question of '68 -- What on earth is a "form of life"? : judging "alien" cultures according to Peter Winch -- The turn to affect and the problem of judgment : making political sense of the nonconceptual -- Conclusion : judging as a democratic world-building practice.

In this sweeping look at political and philosophical history, Linda M. G. Zerilli unpacks the tightly woven core of Hannah Arendt's unfinished work on a tenacious modern problem: how to judge critically in the wake of the collapse of inherited criteria of judgment. Engaging a remarkable breadth of thinkers, including Ludwig Wittgenstein, Leo Strauss, Immanuel Kant, Frederick Douglas, John Rawls, Jurgen Habermas, Martha Nussbaum, and many others, Zerilli clears a hopeful path between an untenable universalism and a cultural relativism that forever defers the possibility of judging at all. Zerilli deftly outlines the limitations of existing debates, both those that concern themselves with the impossibility of judging across cultures and those that try to find transcendental, rational values to anchor judgement. Looking at Kant through the lens of Arendt, Zerilli develops the notion of a public conception of truth, and from there she explores relativism, historicism, and universalism as they shape feminist approaches to judgment. Following Arendt even further, Zerilli arrives at a hopeful new pathway seeing the collapse of philosophical criteria for judgment not as a problem but a way to practice judgment anew as a world-building activity of democratic citizens. The result is an astonishing theoretical argument that travels through and goes beyond some of the most important political thought of the modern period.
Baker Berry JA71 .Z453 2016

Táctica y acción política : documentos MIR, 1965-1974
Rafael Agacino, Rodolfo Flores, Ricardo Frodden A., Pedro Landsberger, compiladores
[Chile?] : Ediciones Escaparate, [2016]
Baker Berry JL2698.M685 T338 2016

Ascending India and Its State Capacity : Extraction, Violence, and Legitimacy
Ganguly, Sumit, author
New Haven : Yale University Press, [2017]
Baker Berry JQ231 .G36 2017

La UDI tras el telón : agitación social, lavinismo y clientelismo : el caso de reginato en Viña del Mar
Pérez Contreras, Anibal, 1985- author
Valparaíso, Chile : América en Movimiento Editorial, 2016
Baker Berry JL2698.U55 P474 2016

Historia de la UDI : generaciones y cultura política (1973-2013)
Muñoz Tamayo, Víctor, 1974- author
Santiago de Chile : Ediciones Universidad Alberto Hurtado, 2016
Baker Berry JL2698.U55 M956 2016

The limousine liberal : how an incendiary image united the right and fractured America
Fraser, Steve, 1945- author
New York : Basic Books, [2016]
In the beginning was the word -- Bankers, bolsheviks, and Jews : the prehistory of the limousine liberal -- Fear itself -- All in the family : elites against elites -- The vital center trembles -- Country and Western Marxism -- The bridge over troubled waters -- The holy family -- God, capitalism, and the Tea Party -- The dynasts -- The strange career of limousine liberalism.

"Limousine liberal." Coined in 1969 by Mario Procaccino, the term took aim at well-heeled types who championed the cause of the poor, especially the black poor, but who had no intention of bearing the costs of doing anything about their plight. Fraser argues that it is impossible to understand the perseverance and passion of right-wing populist politics in America without coming to grips with this metaphor, where it originated, how it evolved, why it persists, and where it may be taking us.
Baker Berry JC574.2.U6 F73 2016

Indigenous peoples and colonialism : global perspectives
Samson, Colin, author
Malden, MA : Polity Press, 2017
Baker Berry JV305 .S36 2017

Power in contemporary Japan
Gill Steel, Editor
[Place of publication not identified] : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
pt. 1. Learning about power -- pt. 2. Power in and over the family -- pt. 3. Power in society and in the workplace -- pt. 4. Political power.
Baker Berry JQ1681 .P69 2016

The peacebuilding puzzle : political order in post-conflict states
Barma, Naazneen, author
New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2017
"This book explains why international post-conflict interventions have fallen short of the weighty aspirations they embody. It reframes the peacebuilding puzzle by presenting a new theory of how domestic elites construct political order during and after peacebuilding interventions. A comparative analysis of the UN's transformative peacebuilding attempts in Cambodia, East Timor, and Afghanistan shows that while international peacebuilders want to build effective and legitimate government, domestic elites essentially do not. As is the case in much of the developing world, post-conflict elites use strategies to prioritize their own political survival and power that result in a neopatrimonial political order that better delivers on their goals. Peacebuilding interventions thus generate a set of unintended yet predictable effects. In all three cases, the UN's efforts at peacebuilding through elite settlement followed by a process of simultaneous statebuilding and democratization were co-opted by a small subset of domestic power-holders who successfully closed down the political space and stunted state capacity. To be sure, each of these countries is better off than before the peace operations. Yet the goals of intervention have not truly been met. Instead, there are striking similarities in the patterns of neopatrimonial order that emerge in the aftermath of intervention. This book makes the case that the peacebuilding approach is, at least in part, itself responsible for the eventually disappointing governance outcomes that emerge in post-conflict countries"--
Baker Berry JZ5538 .B373 2017

The illusion of a conservative Reagan revolutoion
Schwab, Larry M
New Brunswick (U.S.A) : Transaction Publishers, [2016]
Baker Berry JK2271 .S36 2016

Where did the revolution go? : contentious politics and the quality of democracy
Della Porta, Donatella, 1956- author
New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Where did the revolution go? : the outcomes of democratization paths -- Cycles of protest and the consolidation of democracy -- "How great that you exist..." : shifting conceptions of democracy -- "It was a tsunami" : shifting emotions -- "Like a house of cards" : time intensity and mobilization -- Civil society organizations : decline or growth? -- A normalization of politics? -- Socioeconomic rights and transition paths -- The protest process in the Arab Spring -- Arab Spring : which democratic qualities in Egypt and Tunisia? -- Where did the revolution go? : some conclusions.
Baker Berry JN96.A58 D4155 2016

Les techniques et la globalisation au XXe siècle
Liliane Hilaire-Pérez
Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, 2016
"Qu'est-ce que les techniques font à la globalisation ? Qu'est-ce que la globalisation fait aux techniques ? Cet ouvrage propose des réponses à ces questions dans une vingtaine d'études originales qui portent sur le Brésil, le Cameroun, la Chine, les États-Unis, la France, le Japon et l'Union soviétique. Il s'intéresse au long Xe siècle où l'ordre colonial, les antagonismes politiques et la division du monde en deux blocs ont joué un rôle capital dans les interconnexions et les interdépendances régionales. Dans leurs analyses des circulations des techniques, les auteurs de cet ouvrage s'emploient à suivre au plus près les déplacements pour en montrer la complexité et le travail permanent de requalification qui s'opère, tant les techniques et leurs porteurs se transforment au fil des disséminations et de leurs arborescences. De fait, la globalisation ne signifie pas une homogénéisation des mondes sociotechniques. Les circulations techniques changent les territoires de l'économie et les rapports entre les pays, les inégalités et les clivages entre les pays riches et les pays pauvres."--Page 4 of cover.
Baker Berry Cook JZ1254 .T44 2016

Insane clown president : dispatches from the 2016 circus
Taibbi, Matt, author
New York : Spiegel & Grau, [2017]
"Dispatches from the 2016 election that provide an eerily prescient take on our democracy's uncertain future, by the country's most perceptive and fearless political journalist. The 2016 presidential contest as told by Matt Taibbi, from its tragicomic beginnings to its apocalyptic conclusion, is in fact the story of Western civilization's very own train wreck. Years before the clown car of candidates was fully loaded, Taibbi grasped the essential themes of the story: the power of spectacle over substance, or even truth; the absence of a shared reality; the nihilistic rebellion of the white working class; the death of the political establishment; and the emergence of a new, explicit form of white nationalism that would destroy what was left of the Kingian dream of a successful pluralistic society. Taibbi captures, with dead-on, real-time analysis, the failures of the right and the left, from the thwarted Bernie Sanders insurgency to the flawed and aimless Hillary Clinton campaign; the rise of the "dangerously bright" alt-right with its wall-loving identity politics and its rapturous view of the "Racial Holy War" to come; and the giant fail of a flailing, reactive political media that fed a ravenous news cycle not with reporting on political ideology, but with undigested propaganda served straight from the campaign bubble. At the center of it all stands Donald J. Trump, leading a historic revolt against his own party, "bloviating and farting his way" through the campaign, "saying outrageous things, acting like Hitler one minute and Andrew Dice Clay the next." For Taibbi, the stunning rise of Trump marks the apotheosis of the new postfactual movement. Taibbi frames the reporting with original essays that explore the seismic shift in how we perceive our national institutions, the democratic process, and the future of the country. Insane Clown President is not just a postmortem on the collapse and failure of American democracy. It offers the riveting, surreal, unique, and essential experience of seeing the future in hindsight"--
Baker Berry JK526 .T34 2017

Cultura clandestina : los intelectuales del PSUC bajo el franquismo
Pala, Giaime
Granada : Comares, 2016
Hacer cultura sin intelectuales -- Creación y despliegue del Comité de Intelectuales del PSUC -- Marxismo, nación y cultura catalana -- El impacto de la crisis Claudín-Semprún en el PSUC -- Intentar un programa "Gramsciano" : la segunda vida de Nous horitzons -- Reorganización, militancia y perspectivas de los intelectuales comunistas -- Crisis y final del Comité de Intelectuales.
Baker Berry JN8399.C273 P3523 2016

Understanding populist party organisation : the radical right in Western Europe
Reinhard Heinisch, Oscar Mazzoleni, editors
[London] : Palgrave Macmillan, [2016]
The Austrian Freedom Party : organizational development and leadership change / Reinhard Heinisch -- The Vlaams Belang : party organization and party dynamics / Emilie van Haute and Teun Pauwels -- The Swiss People's Party : converting and enhancing organization by a new leadership / Oscar Mazzoleni and Carolina Rossini -- The Italian Lega Nord / Duncan McDonnell and Davide Vampa -- The French Front National : organizational change and adaptation from Jean-Marie to Marine Le Pen / Gilles Ivaldi and Maria Elisabetta Lanzone -- The Norwegian Progress Party : between a business firm and a mass party / Anders Ravik Jupskås -- The Sweden Democrats / Ann-Cathrine Jungar -- Comparing populist organizations / Reinhard Heinisch and Oscar Mazzoleni.
Baker Berry JN94.A979 U484 2016

Peace and conflict 2016 / edited by David A. Backer, Ravi Bhavnani and Paul K. Huth
New York : Routledge, 2016
An authoritative source of information on violent conflicts and peacebuilding processes around the world, Peace and Conflict is an annual publication of the University of Maryland's Center for International Development and Conflict Management and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies (Geneva). The contents of the 2016 edition are divided into three sections: " Global Patterns and Trends provides an overview of recent advances in scholarly research on various aspects of conflict and peace, as well as chapters on armed conflict, violence against civilians, non-state armed actors, democracy and ethnic exclusion, terrorism, defense spending and arms production and procurement, peace agreements, state repression, foreign aid, and the results of the Peace & Conflict Instability Ledger, which ranks the status and progress of more than 160 countries based on their forecasted risk of future instability. " Special Feature spotlights work on measuring micro-level welfare effects of exposure to conflict.
Baker Berry JZ6385 .P43 2016

The promise of reconciliation? : examining violent and nonviolent effects on Asian conflicts
Chaiwat Satha-Anand and Olivier Urbain, editors
New Brunswick, New Jersey : Transaction Publishers, [2016]
Greetings and acknowledgements from the editor-in-chief and director of the Toda Institute / Olivier Urbain -- Preface / Chaiwat Satha-Anand -- Introduction : the promise of reconciliation? : examining violent and nonviolent effects on Asian conflicts / Chaiwat Satha-Anand -- Justice and reconciliation in Southeast Asia and beyond / Ehito Kimura -- Reconciliation through cooperation : the case of Aceh / Titik Firawati -- Conflict and nonviolence : ulama in the Aceh peace process / Asna Husin -- Seasons of insurgency : the promises and curses of violent actions / Chayanit Poonyarat -- Violence, nonviolence, and ethnic reconciliation in post-war Sri Lanka / S.I. Keethaponcalan -- Rural unrest and collective protests in Vietnam / Nguyen Van Chinh -- Playful subversion : Red Sunday's nonviolent activism in Thailand's post-2010 crackdown / Janjira Sombutpoonsiri -- Cities of peace, cities of violence : the Indonesian experiences / Samsu Rizal Panggabean.

"Questions the relationship between violence, nonviolence, and reconciliation in societal conflicts. The contributors maintain that reconciliation per se is not a panacea. If not managed properly, reconciliation programs can become contests of competing victimizations, and can even spark future conflict. The contributors examine international influences on the peace/reconciliation process in Indonesia's Aceh province, as well as the role of Muslim religious scholars. They also examine the effect of violence in southern Thailand, where insurgent violence provides "leverage" during the fighting, but negatively affects their post-conflict objectives. The Sri Lanka chapter shows that "successful" violence does not necessarily end conflict--Sri Lankan society today is more polarized that it was before its civil war. The Vietnam chapter argues that the rise of nonviolent protest in Vietnam reflects a profound loss of state legitimacy, which cannot be resolved with force. The following chapter examines "Red Sunday," a Thai reform movement engaged in nonviolent protest in the face of violent government suppression. The book ends with a look at ethnic conflict in Indonesia after it emerged in 1998 from three decades of dictatorial rule. In studying violent conflict and programs for reconciliation, the contributors found that they are dealing with highly complex issues, such as historical grievances, dysfunctional states, or civil wars. Understanding such conflict issues is crucial in the efforts to curtail violence and strengthen reconciliation possibilities"--
Baker Berry JZ5584.A7 P75 2016

The wartime origins of democratization : civil war, rebel governance, and political regimes
Huang, Reyko, author
New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 2016
War-making, mobilization, and democratization -- Rebel governance: how rebels interact with ordinary people during conflict -- Testing the effects of rebel governance on postwar democratization -- Tracing the steps from war time to peace time: case studies overview -- War and change in Nepal -- War and postwar regime formation in Uganda, Tajikistan, and Mozambique.

"Why do some countries emerge from civil war more democratic than when they entered into it, while others remain staunchly autocratic? Observers widely depict internal conflict as a pathway to autocracy or state failure, but in fact there is variation in post-civil war regimes. Conventional accounts focus on war outcomes and international peacebuilding, but Huang suggests that postwar regimes have wartime origins, notably in how rebel groups interact with ordinary people as part of war-making. War can have mobilizing effects when rebels engage extensively with civilian populations, catalyzing a bottom-up force for change toward greater political rights. Politics after civil war does not emerge from a blank slate, but reflects the war's institutional and social legacies. The Wartime Origins of Democratization explores these ideas through an original dataset of rebel governance and rigorous comparative case analysis. The findings have far-reaching implications for understanding wartime political orders, statebuilding, and international peacebuilding"--
Baker Berry JZ6385 .H82 2016

Parties, movements and democracy in the developing world
edited by Nancy Bermeo, Oxford University and Deborah J. Yashar, Princeton University
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
Parties, movements and the making of democracy / Nancy Bermeo and Deborah J. Yashar -- The content of democracy : nationalist parties and inclusive ideologies in India and Indonesia / Maya Tudor and Dan Slater -- Social cleavages, political parties, and the building of performance legitimacy in Southeast Asia / Erik Martinez Kuhonta -- Democratic divergence and party Systems in Latin America's third wave / Kenneth M. Roberts -- Strong parties, weak parties : divergent pathways to democracy in sub-Saharan Africa / Rachel Beatty Riedl -- Parties in transitional democracies : authoritarian legacies and post-authoritarian challenges in the Middle East and North Africa / Ellen Lust and David Waldner -- Mechanisms matter / Nancy Bermeo and Deborah J. Yashar.
Baker Berry JF60 .P383 2016

Economía o política : los economistas de la posguerra y el Instituto de Estudios Políticos
edited by José María Serrano Sanz
Madrid : Centro de Estudios Políticos y Constitucionales, 2015
Baker Berry JA77 .E266 2015

Podemos : una historia colectiva
Manuel Guedán, (ed.)
Madrid : Akal, [2016]
Baker Berry JN8395.P64 P63 2016

La dictadura intelectual populista : (el rol de los "think tanks" liberales en el cambio social)
Marty, Antonella S., 1992-
Madrid : Unión Editorial, 2016
Baker Berry JL960 .M36 2016

Europe's last chance : why the European states must form a more perfect union
Verhofstadt, Guy, 1953- author
New York : Basic Books, [2017]
Part I: At the brink -- Divided we fall -- United we stand -- Part II: Delusion -- Amnesia -- The European dwarf I: the Middle Est -- The European dwarf II: Russia -- The chronic condition of nationalism -- "Quick fix" politics -- The Hungarian disgrace -- The mass grave of the Mediterranean: migration and security -- Part III: Decay -- The digital desert -- The decline of European industry -- The credit crunch -- The obese labor market -- The delusion of the European budget -- The quagmire of European institutions -- Part IV: Panic -- The Brexit -- The Grexit -- The n-euro and s-euro -- Part V: Rebirth -- A government for the euro -- A European army -- The United States of Europe -- Epilogue.

"The diseases that plague Europe know no borders. The terrorist attacks in France; the refugee crises of Syria and Libya; the aggression of Putin's Russia; the financial meltdown and sputtering economy: all existential threats to Europe's future that cannot be solved by any one state alone. Yet in the face of these colossal challenges, Europe's politicians squabble as impotently as they once did in the lead-up to the Second World War. Without drastic action and fresh vision, Europe will slip into parochial oblivion; leaving its allies--such as the United States--alone against Russia, China, ISIS, and other undemocratic adversaries. For Europe, and her American allies, this really is the last chance. But what is the right path foreword for the continent? The answer, according to Guy Verhofstadt, is for Europe to remake itself in the model of the United States of America. The former Prime Minister of Belgium, Guy Verhofstadt is currently the leader of a powerful center-left coalition in the European Parliament, and he has seen first-hand the dismal failings and pernicious stalemates of Europe's leadership. As it stands Europe suffers from the worst of both worlds, with the EU combining the bureaucracy and obstinacy of empire with all the divisiveness and bigotry of old nationalisms. Much as America's sovereign states traded self-government for the security, efficiency, and prosperity of a federal government--and thus laid the foundation for the immense wealth and power of the U.S. today--so too must Europe's independent nations accept the mantle of federalism so as to remain prosperous and influential into the future"--
Baker Berry JN30 .V4656 2017

Tierra receptora y espacios de apropiación : extranjeros en la historia de México, siglos XIX y XX
Martín López Ávalos, Marcela Martínez Rodríguez, coordinadores
San Luis Potosí, S.L.P. : El Colegio de San Luis, [2015]
Baker Berry JV7402 .T54 2015

La crisis de representación en España
Urquizu, Ignacio, author
Madrid : Los Libros de la Catarata, [2016]
Baker Berry JN8341 .U77 2016

Making politics work for development : harnessing transparency and citizen engagement
Washington, DC : World Bank Group, [2016]
Baker Berry JF799 .M3 2016

Knowledge and ideology : the epistemology of social and political critique
Morris, Michael, author
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, [2016]
Ideology critique generally seeks to undermine selected theories and beliefs by demonstrating their partisan origins and their insidious social functions. This approach rightly reveals the socially implicated nature of much purported knowledge, but also brackets or bypasses its cognitive properties. In contrast, Michael Morris argues that it is possible to integrate the social and epistemic dimensions of belief in a way that preserves the cognitive and adjudicatory capacities of reason, while acknowledging that reason itself is inevitably social, historical, and interested. Drawing upon insights from Hegel, Lukacs, Mannheim, and Habermas, he interprets and reconstructs Marx's critique of ideology as a positive theory of knowledge, one that reconciles the inherently interested and inextricably situated nature of thought with more traditional conceptions of rational adjudication, normativity, and truth. His wide-ranging examination of the social and epistemic dimensions of ideology will interest readers in political philosophy and political theory.
Baker Berry JA71 .M6747 2016

"Hagamos equipo" : PRO y la construcción de la nueva derecha en Argentina
Gabriel Vommaro y Sergio Daniel Morresi (organizadores) ; contributions by Luciana Arriondo, Juan R. Grandinetti, Gabriela Mattina, Sergio Daniel Morresi, Gabriel Vommaro
Los Polvorines, Prov. de Buenos Aires, Argentina : Ediciones UNGS, Universidad Nacional de General Sarmiento, [2015]
El PRO como laboratorio político: aprehender un partido a partir de los espacios y las temporalidades de su construcción / Gabriel Vommaro y Sergio Daniel Morresi -- "La cuidad nos une": la construcción de PRO en el espacio político argentino / Gabriel Vommaro y Sergio Daniel Morresi -- De "Macri" a "Mauricio": una aproximación a los mecanismos de constitución pública del liderazgo político en la Argentina contemporánea / Gabriela Mattina -- Contribución a una sociología política de partidos: los mundos sociales de pertenencia y las generaciones políticas de PRO / Gabriel Vommaro -- "Acá somos todos democráticos": el PRO y las relaciones entre la derecha y la democracia en Argentina / Sergio Daniel Morresi -- De la UCeDe al PRO: un recorrido por la trayectoria de los militantes de centro-derecha de la ciudad de Buenos Aires / Luciana Arriondo -- "Mirar para adelante": tres dimensiones de la juventud en la militancia de Jóvens PRO / Juan R. Grandinetti.
Baker Berry JL2098.P76 H343 2015

Coaliciones políticas : la Argentina en perspectiva
Di Tella, Torcuato S., 1929- author
Buenos Aires, Argentina : Editorial El Ateneo, mayo de 2015
Baker Berry JL2098.A1 D55 2015

La reconstrucción democrática en clave provincial
Marcela Ferrari, Mónica Gordillo (compiladoras)
Rosario : Prohistoria Ediciones, 2015
Los partidos políticos mayoritarios durante la reconstrucción democrática : Córdoba y Buenos Aires, 1982-1991 / Marcela Ferrari y Gabriela Closa -- La reforma constitucional que no fue : Provincia de Buenos Aires, 1989-1990 / Mariana Pozzoni y Fernando Suárez -- Normalizaciones regionales : la Confederación General del Trabajo (CGT) de Mar del Plata y de Córdoba / Mónica Gordillo, Carla Sangrilli y Marina Rodríguez -- La dinámica de la protesta durante la reconstrucción democrática : Córdoba dentro del escenario nacional / Mónica Gordillo, Ana Elisa Arriaga, María José Franco, Leticia Medina y Carol Solis -- Conflictividad social y articulación política en los barrios cordobeses durante la reconstrucción de la democracia / María José Franco, Leticia Medina y Ana Carol Solis -- Laicidad y secularización en Córdoba en la década de 1980 / Mariano D. Fabris -- Los prolegómenos de la resistencia : dos sindicatos eléctricos se posicionan frente al embate neoliberal de los ochenta / Ana Elisa Arriaga -- Derechos humanos y democratización : una mirada desde Mar del Plata y Córdoba / Ana Carol Solis y Micaela Iturralde.
Baker Berry JL2081 .R392 2015

Dismantling diasporas : rethinking the geographies of diasporic identity, connection and development
edited by Anastasia Christou, Middlesex University, U.K. and Elizabeth Mavroudi, Loughborough, University, U.K
Burlington, VT : Ashgate, 2015
Theatrical translations : the performative production of diaspora / Lizzie Richardson -- Diasporic reconnections through food / Graça Brightwell -- Narratives of belonging : the Moroccan diaspora in Granada, Spain / Robin Finlay -- Disharmonious diaspora : African migrants negotiate identity in Britain / Naluwembe Binaisa -- Battlespace diaspora : how the Kurds of Turkey revive, construct and translate the Kurdish struggle in London / Ipek Demir -- Identifications with an "aesthetic" and "moral" diaspora amongst Tamils of diverse state origins in Britain / Demelza Jones -- Reconfiguring diaspora identities and homeland connections : the Tibetan "Lhakar" movement / Fiona McConnell -- KOMKAR : the unheard voice in the Kurdish diaspora / Bahar Baser -- Unpacking "Malaysia" and "Malaysian citizenship" : perspectives of Malaysian-Chinese skilled diasporas / Sin Yee Koh -- Exploring the dynamics of diaspora formation among Afghans in Germany / Carolin Fischer -- Returning diasporas : Korean New Zealander returnees' journeys of searching for home and identity / Jane Yeonjae Lee -- Helping the homeland? : diasporic Greeks in Australia and the potential for homeland-oriented development at a time of economic crisis / Elizabeth Mavroudi -- Engaging the African diaspora in the fight against malaria / Ben Page and Ralph Tanyi.
Baker Berry JV6342 .D57 2015

The complexity of self government : politics from the bottom up
Lane, Ruth, 1935- author
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2017
Baker Berry JC327 .L24 2017

Migración de retorno y políticas públicas : el desafío de la región migratoria
Reyes de la Cruz, Virginia Guadalupe, author
Oaxaca de Juárez, Oaxaca : Juan Pablos Editor, 2015
Baker Berry JV7402 .R49 2015

Reflexiones sobre Estado, integración y migración en América Latina hoy
Blanca L. Cordero Díaz, Carlos Figueroa Ibarra, Pedro Hernández O., Giuseppe Lo Brutto, María da Gloria Marroni (editores
México, D.F. : Plaza y Valdés, 2015
Introducción -- El populismo y lo nacional-popular en América Latina / Octavio Humberto Moreno Velador y Carlos Figueroa Ibarra -- El laberinto de la integración estratégica de América Latina en el siglo XXI / Giuseppe Lo Brutto y Carlos Otto Vázquez Salazar -- Entre Don Quijote y Juan Diego: los mexicanos en EE.UU.: la emigración mexicana y sus valores: reflexiones desde la sociología / Pedro Félix Hernández Ornelas -- Migración ingternacional fermenina, división sexual del trabajo y servicios de cuidado / María da Gloria Marroni y Leticia Díaz Gómez -- La construcción histórica de la "ilegalidad" migratoria del migrante mexicano indocumentado en Estados Unidos / Ada Cabrera García y Blanca Laura Cordero Díaz -- Salir para ser alguien: reflexiones para acercarse a la experiencia de jóvenes indígenas universitarios / José Cervantes Sánchez.
Baker Berry JV6456 .R44 2015

Beheading the saint : nationalism, religion, and secularism in Quebec
Zubrzycki, Geneviève, author
London : The University of Chicago Press, [2016]
Through much of its existence, Québec's neighbors called it the "priest-ridden province." Today, however, Québec society is staunchly secular, with a modern welfare state built on lay provision of social services - a transformation rooted in the "Quiet Revolution" of the 1960s.In this work, the author studies that transformation through a close investigation of the annual Feast of St. John the Baptist of June 24. The celebrations of that national holiday, she shows, provided a venue for a public contesting of the dominant ethno-Catholic conception of French Canadian identity and, via the violent rejection of Catholic symbols, the articulation of a new, secular Québécois identity. From there, Zubrzycki extends her analysis to the present, looking at the role of Québécois identity in recent debates over immigration, the place of religious symbols in the public sphere, and the politics of cultural heritage - issues that also offer insight on similar debates elsewhere in the world.
Baker Berry JC311 .Z83 2016

Integration nation : immigrants, refugees, and America at its best
Eaton, Susan E
New York : The New Press, 2016
The other side of immigration -- Utah's bilingual boom : a red state embraces linguistic diversity -- Beyond brotherly love : Philadelphia's bet on attracting and retaining immigrants pays off -- Same new struggle : building a better southern strategy in a changing Mississippi -- What is found in translation? : for bilingual interpreters, a path out of poverty; for medical patients, an amplified voice -- Reclamation space, reclaiming live : in Fort Wayne, Indiana, immigrants and refugees inspire new hope for an old building in a transformed city -- Wealth for everyone : a North Carolina credit union serves a growing immigrant population and creates a safer, more prosperous community -- We are from Hazleton : a baseball celebrity helps bring his divided Pennsylvania hometown together -- Gardens gone global : in Boise, Idaho, refugee farmers reconnect to the land and pass on old traditions in a new place -- Precisely this patch of earth : in America's heartland, three faiths share space, build relationships, and create an international model of pluralism -- Why do we need to talk about race so much? : Montgomery County, Maryland's educators and parents circle in on culture, bias, and learning in diverse and changing schools -- Lifelines in tough times : in a small Georgia city, health care providers respond to a demographic transformation and create a vital community of support -- Stay close to all those things : children of the Somali diaspora find their way on their own terms in America's (formerly) whitest state -- A way forward for a changing nation.

"Integration Nation takes readers on a spirited and compelling cross-country journey, introducing us to the people challenging America's xenophobic impulses by welcoming immigrants and collaborating with the foreign-born as they become integral members of their new communities. In Utah, we meet educators who connect newly arrived Spanish-speaking students and U.S.-born English-speaking students, who share classrooms and learn in two languages. In North Carolina, we visit the nation's fastest-growing community-development credit union, serving immigrants and U.S.- born depositors and helping to lower borrowing thresholds and crime rates alike. In recent years, politicians in a handful of local communities and states have passed laws and regulations designed to make it easier to deport unauthorized immigrants or to make their lives so unpleasant that they'd just leave. The media's unrelenting focus on these ultimately self-defeating measures created the false impression that these politicians speak for most of America. They don't. Integration Nation movingly reminds us that we each have choices to make about how to think and act in the face of the rapid cultural transformation that has reshaped the United States. Giving voice to people who choose integration over exclusion, who opt for open-heartedness instead of fear, Integration Nation is a desperately needed road map for a nation still finding its way beyond anti-immigrant hysteria to higher ground"--
Baker Berry JV6465 .E28 2016

Internationalisms : a twentieth-century history
edited by Glenda Sluga (University of Sydney), Patricia Clavin (University of Oxford)
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2017
Foreword / Akira Iriye -- Rethinking the history of internationalism / Sluga and Clavin -- Part I: Inventing Twentieth Century Internationalisms -- Religious Internationalisms / Abigail Green -- The Fate of Socialist Internationalism / Patrizia Dogliani -- Women, Feminisms, and Twentieth-Century Internationalisms / Glenda Sluga -- Men and Markets : Global Capital and the International Economy / Patricia Clavin -- Part II: States of Internationalism -- Empires, States and the League of Nations / Susan Pedersen -- The League of Nations, Disarmament and Internationalism / Andrew Webster -- National Internationalism in Japan and China / Liang Pan -- Fascist Internationalism / Madeleine Herren -- Socialist Internationalism after 1914 / Talbot Imlay -- Part III: The Politics of Internationalism -- Internationalizing Health / Sunil Amrith -- New Subjects in International Law and Order / Natasha Wheatley -- The Internationalism of Human Rights / Roland Burke -- Indigenous Internationalism / Hanne Hagtvedt Vik -- Cold War Internationalism / Sandrine Kott.

"At the turn of the twenty-first century, historical studies of internationalism--above and beyond the call to the workers of the world to unite--have become the norm in a relatively short space of time. This shift has occurred in the context of a historical vogue for 'transnationalism,' that is, capturing experiences that traversed and transcended the borders of nation-states both within and beyond the European world. The work of the diplomatic historian Akira Iriye has been central to these developments, illuminating the traces of a distinctively twentieth century history of 'cultural internationalism' that resonated through the realms of politics. Following in the footsteps of Iriye and others--including feminist and pacifist historians who had long engaged the internationalist past--a new cohort of international historians, often sensitive to cultural analyses and with expertise in imperial and transnational as well as national histories, are now accruing broad-ranging evidence of the geographies of internationalism and the political and economic reach of its various strands at critical moments in the twentieth century"--
Baker Berry JZ1308 .I585 2017

Eternal revolution : hardliners and conservatives in Iran
Albloshi, Hamad H., author
London : I.B. Tauris, 2016
Baker Berry JQ1785 .A83 2016

Izbiratelʹnye sistemy : rossiĭskiĭ i mirovoi opyt
Li︠u︡barev, A. E. 1958- author
Moskva : Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2016
Baker Berry JF1001 .L58 2016

Gadflies in the public space : a Socratic legacy of philosophical dissent
Jahanbegloo, Ramin, author
Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, an imprint of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc., [2017]
Gadfly on trial : Socrates as philosopher-citizen -- Mahatma Gandhi : a nonviolent gadfly -- Henry David Thoreau : an American gadfly -- Martin Luther King Jr. : a gadfly in Montgomery -- Albert Camus : a gadfly in purgatory -- Conclusion : gadflies against the tide.
Baker Berry JC328.3 .J35 2017

The American political system
Kollman, Ken, 1966- author
London : W.W. Norton & Company, [2015]
Baker Berry JK276 .K66 2015

Force and contention in contemporary China : memory and resistance in the long shadow of the catastrophic past
Thaxton, Ralph, 1944-
New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, 2016
The Violent Dawn of Reform -- Contemporary Tax Resistance and the Memory of the Great Leap's Plunder -- Birth Planning and Popular Resistance -- Rural Schools and the "Best Citizens of the State" : The Struggle for Knowledge and Empowerment in the Aftermath of the Great Leap -- Official Corruption and Popular Contention in the Reform Era -- The Rise of the Electricity Tigers : Monopoly, Corruption, and Memory -- The Defeat of the Democratic Experiment and Its Consequences -- Contentious Petitioners and the Revival of Mao Era Repression -- Migration and Contention in the Construction Sector -- The Rise of the Martial Artists and the Two Faces of Mafia -- Cnclusion : Big Questions, Small Answers from Da Fo.
Baker Berry JS7365.D28 T53 2016

Historia del Frente Amplio : 45 años en lo nacional y en Soriano
Arregui, Roque, 1950- author
[Montevideo, Uruguay] : Editorial Fin de Siglo, 2016
Baker Berry JL3698.F7 A77 2016

Il nuovo noi : la migrazione e l'integrazione come problemi di giustizia
Macioce, Fabio
Torino : G. Giappichelli Editore, [2014]
Baker Berry JV6035 .M33 2014

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