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Founded in 1994, Berghahn Books is a leading independent publisher of scholarly books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. Its program, which includes over 125 new book titles a year, focuses on Anthropology & Archaeology; European History; Environmental Studies; Film Studies; Gender Studies; Refugee and Migration Studies. A peer-review press, Berghahn is committed to the highest academic standards and seeks to enable innovative contributions to the scholarship in its fields of specialty.

Dynamics of Emigration Émigré Scholars and the Production of Historical Knowledge in the 20th Century Stefan Berger, Philipp Müller
Unusual Death and Memorialization Burial, Space, and Memory in the Post-Medieval North Titta Kallio-Seppä, Sanna Lipkin, Tiina Väre, Ulla Moilanen
Puzzling Stories The Aesthetic Appeal of Cognitive Challenge in Film, Television and Literature Steven Willemsen, Miklós Kiss
Towards a Collaborative Memory German Memory Work in a Transnational Context Sara Jones
Ethnographies of Deservingness Unpacking Ideologies of Distribution and Inequality Jelena Tošić, Andreas Streinzer
New Perspectives on Moral Change Anthropologists and Philosophers Engage with Transformations of Life Worlds Cecilie Eriksen, Nora Hämäläinen
Risky Futures Climate, Geopolitics and Local Realities in the Uncertain Circumpolar North Olga Ulturgasheva, Barbara Bodenhorn
200 Years of Peace New Perspectives on Modern Swedish Foreign Policy Nevra Biltekin, Leos Müller, Magnus Petersson
Defining and Measuring Diversity in Archaeology Another Step Toward an Evolutionary Synthesis of Culture Metin I. Eren, Briggs Buchanan
Heritage, Gentrification and Resistance in the Neoliberal City Feras Hammami, Daniel Jewesbury, Chiara Valli
Where is the Good in the World? Ethical Life between Social Theory and Philosophy David Henig, Anna Strhan, Joel Robbins
Rethinking Social Movements after '68 Selves and Solidarities in West Germany and Beyond Belinda Davis, Friederike Brühöfener, Stephen Milder
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