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C.H.Beck is one of the oldest German publishing firms, publishing literature, science-based books and journals, among them Eurozine founding partner journal wespennest. C.H.Beck’s support allows Eurozine to maintain our coverage of the war in Ukraine.…

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Founded in 2005 by four Belgian and French academic publishers, Cairn.info offers the most comprehensive online collection of French journals in the various fields of humanities and social sciences. Its English interface, Cairn international edition, features tables of contents, abstracts and full-text articles (when available in English), as well as dossiers composed by specialized journalists, who take a look at current events through the prism of francophone scholarly publishing.

Cairn International Edition enables users to search, browse and read this content without speaking a word of French. Thousands of students, scholars and many others browse Cairn every day, with more than one million visits observed each year in non-francophone countries.…

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Hungary

Hungary’s leading institution in the field of Media Studies, the Department has been consistently ranked as first in national academic rankings based on research, teaching quality and career opportunities.
Founded in the early 1990s, the Department of Media and Communication at ELTE University in Budapest initially focused on training a new generation of journalists in the young democracy. Later, the curriculum gradually shifted its emphasis to the interdisciplinary study of contemporary culture and media phenomena.…

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Netherlands/Europe

The European Cultural Foundation is an independent foundation working for a united Europe. We promote a European sentiment through culture, by developing and supporting initiatives that let us share, experience and imagine Europe.…

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Belgium

The Green European Journal is an online and print political ecology magazine dedicated to analysis, debate and new ideas. Since its foundation in 2012, its transnational approach has gone beyond daily news to read politics and society in Europe with a fresh lens. In times of social and ecological crisis, attacks on democracy, and rapid technological change, the Green European Journal helps ideas travel across cultural and political borders, building solidarity and understanding.

Published twice a year, print editions explore topics ranging from the current state of democracy to geopolitics in a warming world. The online journal publishes weekly in English, with selected translations offered in 28 languages and counting. The magazine collaborates with partners across Europe to connect new audiences and open up spaces for transnational debate. Audio versions of selected articles on the Green European Journal podcast: Green Wave.

Subscriptions: https://www.greeneuropeanjournal.eu/subscribe-order/

Monthly newsletter: greeneuropeanjournal.eu/newsletter

Twitter & Instagram: @GreenEUJournal

Facebook & LinkedIn: Green European Journal…

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Austria

The Institute for Human Sciences (IWM) is an independent institute for advanced study in the humanities and social sciences. Since its foundation in 1982, it has promoted intellectual exchange between East and West, between academia and society, and between a variety of disciplines and schools of thought. In this way, the IWM has become a vibrant centre of intellectual life in Vienna.…

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Netherlands

The Institute of Network Cultures (INC) analyzes and shapes the terrain of network cultures through events, publications, and online dialogue. Our projects evolve around urgent publishing, alternative revenue models, critical design and making, digital counter culture and much more.

The INC was founded in 2004 by Geert Lovink, following his appointment with the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. A key focus is the establishment of sustainable research networks. Emerging critical topics are identified and shaped in a practical sense. Interdisciplinary in character, the INC brings together researchers, artists, activists, programmers, designers, and students and teachers.…

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Austria

The Research Center for the History of Transformations (RECET) is an institute for advanced research that takes the year 1989 as a starting point to think about social, economic, and cultural transformations in the wake of deep historical caesuras on a European and global scale. Its Transformative Blog and Transformative Podcast host scholars commenting on current affairs and discussing their cutting-edge research in the field of historical transformations.
RECET’s concept of transformation is inspired by Karl Polanyi and looks beyond the hegemonic post-1989 teleologies of marketization and democratization. This approach also allows us to take a long-durée perspective on transformations, with emphasis on the interdisciplinary connections to sociology, economics, and cultural and social anthropology. RECET follows the concept of Comparative Area Studies. Our focus on Central and Eastern Europe is enlarged by comparisons and the study of entanglements with other world regions, such as East Asia, and the co-transformation of Western countries.

Website: www.recet.at
Twitter/Facebook: @recetvienna
Youtube: RECET Vienna…

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