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Politische Tiere [Political animals]
01.09.2014

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Kriegsschuld und demokratischer Neuanfang [War guilt and a democratic new start]
20.06.2014

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Shulamith Firestone
18.04.2014

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Von Walden Pond nach Waikiki Beach
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Trading away privacy

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Elmar Altvater

Controlling the future

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Enda O'Doherty

The last chapter

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Kaya Genç

In search of the 'New Turkey'

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The place of global history

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The way we let the young into the world

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23.10.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 5/2014

Politische Tiere [Political animals]


01.09.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 4/2014

Kriegsschuld und demokratischer Neuanfang [War guilt and a democratic new start]


20.06.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 3/2014

Shulamith Firestone


18.04.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 2/2014

Von Walden Pond nach Waikiki Beach


25.02.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 1/2014

Unsere Medien, unsere Täter [Our media, our perpetrators]


28.01.2014

Mittelweg 36 | 6/2013

Imperien revisited – Spanien und Portugal [Empire revisited – Spain and Portugal]


30.10.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 5/2013

Soziale und andere Beziehungen [Social and other relationships]


05.09.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 4/2013

Vernetzte Gesellschaft [Networked society]


25.07.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 3/2013

Schwerpunkt: Kredit, Keynes & Krieg


26.04.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 2/2013

Rückkehr der Politischen Ökonomie [The return of political economy]


18.02.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 1/2013

Schwerpunkt: Demokratien in Gefahr


08.01.2013

Mittelweg 36 | 6/2012

Schwerpunkt: Zwischenkriegszeit


31.10.2012

Mittelweg 36 | 5/2012

Dienst am Gemeinwohl


05.09.2012

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Schwerpunkt: Facetten imperialer Herrschaft


18.06.2012

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Schwerpunkt: Koloniale Gewalt


04.05.2012

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Schwerpunkt: Jean Améry


17.02.2012

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Schwerpunkt: Poor Whites


29.12.2011

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Schwerpunkt: Politik in Europa


18.10.2011

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Schwerpunkt: Täterpsychologie und Empathie


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