September 27th is World Tourism Day, a day to foster awareness and appreciation of tourism’s social, cultural, political and economic value. This year’s theme focus is on “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive social and economic impact. Both developed and developing economies have been hit. And marginalized groups and the most vulnerable […]
by Joanna Cobley and Conal McCarthy Researchers at all stages and levels are encouraged to publish. Academic publications, including Museums Worlds: Advances in Research, undergo a peer review process. The purpose of peer review is to ensure research integrity while encouraging new ideas, knowledges and experimental methods to emerge. In fact, peer review fosters researcher […]
by Claudia Sandberg Claudia Sandberg is the author of Peter Lilienthal : A Cinema of Exile and Resistance. Sitting at a wooden bench, the young woman Marcela follows the teacher attentively. She has decided to take part in the literacy campaign that was launched by the Unidad Popular government. In a group with other woman, they have gathered in the meeting place and school of the shanty town community La Victoria, situated at the fringes of the Chilean capital, to get […]
Berghahn Books is proud to be partnering with Knowledge Unlatched to present the KU Migration and Development Studies collection. Every year until 2023 we will be adding 20 front-list titles to the collection, covering the topics of international migration and movement as well as the social implications of economic and environmental change for communities. As […]
We are excited to have virtual presence at the International Screen Studies Conference 2021 June 25-27. Please stop by our virtual booth and explore our offerings. To celebrate the Screen Studies Conference, we are offering a 35% discount on all Film and Television Studies titles through the end of July 2021. Use discount code SCREEN21 […]
Sasha Disko In celebration of World Motorcycle Day (21 June), we are featuring the following excerpt from Sasha Disko’s THE DEVIL’S WHEELS: Men and Motorcycling in the Weimar Republic. Someone, or something, sowed the flaming desire in your young male heart to become a disciple of motor sport. . . . Your desire was initially […]
In celebration of Pride Month in June, enjoy free access to the following articles and chapters from Berghahn. Berghahn Journals ASPASIA Secret Years: Hungarian Lesbian Herstory, 1950s–2000sAnna Borgos (Vol. 9) BOYHOOD STUDIES Boyz2Men: Male Migrants’ Attitudes to Homosexuality and What Age Has To Do with ItKatarzyna Wojnicka (Vol. 13, Issue 2) GERMAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY LGBTI Rights and the 2017 […]
Through establishing Reading Against Racism: A Berghahn Collection, Berghahn has committed to increasing the visibility of and access to materials which contribute to recent conversations surrounding race and racism. Here, a growing collection of contributions are freely available, as part of an expanded Digital Resources section, to further activity in vital areas of scholarship.
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