ANTHEM EUROPEAN STUDIES
The Anthem European Studies series publishes rigorous and thorough works of scholarship and research on the subjects of European culture, history and politics. This series investigates Europe in its entirety, from European integration and public policy to European history, literature and culture. The series aims to broaden informed discussion and debate on European affairs by publishing texts with great intellectual resonance for both scholars and students.
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A revised edition of Kaplan’s landmark historiographical text on eighteenth-century French political economy, featuring a significant new introduction by the author.
History and Holocaust in ‘Akropolis’ and ‘Dead Class’
This volume offers a historical and critical analysis of Grotowski’s ‘Akropolis’ and Kantor’s ‘Dead Class’, examining the ways that both directors represent Auschwitz in order to provide a new understanding of how translating trauma through the prism of performance can alter and deflect the meaning and reception of theatrical works.
Scientific Analysis and Management Strategies
The Atlas of Climate Change Impact on European Cultural Heritage' is comprised of a vulnerability atlas and its accompanying guidelines, which together reveal the effects of future climate variations on cultural heritage.
The Political Economics of the Euro
The Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) of the European Union is a unique historical experiment, as no monetary union of sovereign states has survived to date. This book explores how it could work, and develops scenarios of how things might evolve in case of failure.
Literature and Material Culture in the Second Empire
Focusing on cultural areas such as exhibitions, transport, food, dress and photography, ‘Changing France’ shows how apparently trivial aspects of modern life provided Second Empire writers with a versatile means of thinking about deeper issues.
The Looting of the Hellenic Republic by the Euro, the Political Elite and the Investment CommunityThis book analyses the causes of the current Eurozone and Greek crisis. Jason Manolopoulos combines his experience of the global financial system, European politics and Greek society, to explore the economic policies, historical legacy, psychological biases that have shaped an ongoing drama.
This fascinating compilation of extracts from proposals for uniting Europe, drawn up over the centuries, shows that the idea of European integration is far older than is often imagined.