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Current Issue (Vol. 22, 2/2015) 

European Britain

(guest editor: Rainer Emig)

 

Contents:

  • Rainer Emig, 'Introduction'
  • Eliza Richter, 'Early Modern Definitions of Englishness and Continental Other  in William Haughton’s Englishmen for My Money (1598)'
  • Florian Kläger, 'Insularity, Invasion and Identity. ‘European’ National Genesis in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-century English Historiography'
  • Wolfgang Funk, 'Chips from a German Workshop. Friedrich Max Müller’s Translation of Ideas between Germany and Britain'
  • Ingrid von Rosenberg, 'Uneven Flows. Relations between Central European and British Architecture in the 1930s and since the 1980s'
  • Georgia Christinidis, 'Our Island Story. Renegotiating National History'

Books Reviewed:

  • Michael Pye (2014), The Edge of the World. How the North Sea Made Us Who We Are
  • Roland Sturm (2015), Die britische Westminsterdemokratie. Parlament, Regierung und Verfassungswandel
  • Roger Liddle (2014), The Europe Dilemma. Britain and the Drama of EU Integration
  • Márta Minier & Maddalena Pennacchia, eds. (2014), Adaptation, Intermediality and the British Celebrity Biopic

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