Publications / Books by Fellows
A major intellectual activity at the IWM is writing books. These include not only books by internationally renowned scholars but also many a first monograph by junior visiting fellows.
Below, please see a selection of books written by our fellows.
If you are a former fellow and would like to include your book in this list, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org with details.
|Title||Original Author||Authors||Discipline||Publishing house||Year|
|Europe at the Crossroads: Confronting Populist, Nationalist and Global Challenges||Ruth Wodak||
||Nordic Academic Press||2019||
Authors: Ruth Wodak
Published: Nordic Academic Press, 2019
Europe at the Crossroads: Confronting Populist, Nationalist and Global Challenges
The extreme right wing is on the rise. And there are signs that part of the political mainstream in Europe, the US, and beyond is considering going along with far-right populist parties and their divisive, ethno-nationalist programmes.
|Perceptions of Society in Communist Europe: Regime Archives and Popular Opinion||Muriel Blaive||
Authors: Muriel Blaive
Published: Bloomsbury Academic, 2018
Perceptions of Society in Communist Europe: Regime Archives and Popular Opinion
Drawing on archival sources from Czechoslovakia, Poland, East Germany, Romania and Bulgaria, Perceptions of Society in Communist Europe considers whether and to what extent communist regimes cared about popular opinion, how they obtained their information, and how it helped them implement and mai
|Migrants and City-Making: Dispossession, Displacement, and Urban Regeneration||Ayşe Çağlar||Duke University Press||2018||
Authors: Ayşe Çağlar
Published: Duke University Press, 2018
Migrants and City-Making: Dispossession, Displacement, and Urban Regeneration
In Migrants and City-Making Ayse Çaglar and Nina Glick Schiller trace the participation of migrants in the unequal networks of power that connect their lives to regional, national, and global institutions.
|The Age of Questions||Holly Case||
||Princeton University Press||2018||
Authors: Holly Case
Published: Princeton University Press, 2018
The Age of Questions
A groundbreaking history of the Big Questions that dominated the nineteenth century. In this pioneering book, Holly Case undertakes a stunningly original analysis, presenting, chapter by chapter, seven distinct arguments and frameworks for understanding the age.
|Populating No Man's Land. Economic Concepts of Ownership under Communism||János Mátyás Kovács||
Authors: János Mátyás Kovács
Published: Lexington Books, 2018
Populating No Man's Land. Economic Concepts of Ownership under Communism
This edited volume opening the new series Revisiting Communism: Collectivist Economic Thought in Historical Perspective focuses on the concepts of ownership, the cornerstone of political economy in Soviet-type societies.
|The Balkans as Europe, 1821 - 1914||Katherine Younger||
||University of Rochester Press||2018||
Authors: Katherine Younger
Published: University of Rochester Press, 2018
The Balkans as Europe, 1821 - 1914
Focusing on state formation and the identity-geopolitics relationship, makes the case that the Balkans were at the forefront of European history in the century before World War I This collection of essays places the Balkans at the center of European developments, not as a conflict-ridden problem
|The Ukrainian Night. An Intimate History of Revolution||Marci Shore||
||Yale University Press||2018|
|The Road to Unfreedom. Russia, Europe, America||Timothy Snyder||
||Tim Duggan Books||2018||
Authors: Timothy Snyder
Published: Tim Duggan Books, 2018
The Road to Unfreedom. Russia, Europe, America
With the end of the Cold War, the victory of liberal democracy seemed final. Observers declared the end of history, confident in a peaceful, globalized future. This faith was misplaced.
|Widening the Context. A Eurozine Anthology||Klaus Nellen||
|Tomaten. Die wahre Identität unseres Frischgemüses, eine Reportage||Annemieke Hendriks||
Authors: Annemieke Hendriks
Published: be-bra verlag, 2017
Tomaten. Die wahre Identität unseres Frischgemüses, eine Reportage
Mehr als sieben Jahre lang verfolgte die Journalistin Annemieke Hendriks den Lebensweg der Tomate vom Samen bis zum Supermarkt. Dabei reiste sie kreuz und quer durch Europa und geriet mitten hinein in die bizarre Welt des globalisierten Nahrungsmittelmarkts.