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LIT - Academic Publishing

LIT Verlag has established itself as one of Germanys leading academic publishers. LIT publishing program presents a fast growing English language list. It offers original research, stimulating and innovative contributions to major academic disciplines. All titles are distributed in North America through well established American academic publishers. We kindly invite scholars to join our successful English language programme.

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Ethnology
African Studies
Asian Studies
East European Studies
History
Religion
Geography
Literay and Languages
Education
Philosophy
Political Sciences
Sociology
Economics
Law
Anthropology
New Publications

Order Expediting in Supply Chains -- Raik Özsen

Ethno-religious Identification and Intergroup Contact Avoidance -- Menandro Sarion Abanes

Social Matter(s) -- Tryfon Bampilis, Pieter ter Keurs (Eds.)

Layered Inequalities -- Jairo Baquero Melo

Underground Publishing and the Public Sphere -- Jan C. Behrends, Thomas Lindenberger (Eds.)

In the Tracks of Breivik -- Mats Deland, Michael Minkenberg, Christin Mays (Eds.)

Fragmentation of Resource Management on the South East Arm of Lake Malawi -- Steve Donda, Mafaniso Hara, Maxon Ngochera, Erling Berge (Eds.)

Shrine Pilgrimage in Northeastern Iran -- Mehdi Ebadi

Reurbanisierung und Wohnwünsche - Die Bedeutung städtischer Strukturen für die Bevölkerung in der Stadtregion Hamburg -- Philip Engler

Key Images of American Life -- Heinz-Dietrich Fischer

Dharmakirti on the Duality of the Object -- Eli Franco, Miyako Notake

Vies données -- Marie Louise Gondal

Does Transnational Mobilization Work for Language Minorities? -- André Michael Hein

Beyond Urbanism -- Peter Herrle, Josefine Fokdal, Detlev Ipsen (+)

The Human Symbolic Construction of Reality -- Nils G. Holm

Racism and Sociology -- Wulf D. Hund, Alana Lentin (Eds.)

Religious Mobility and Social Aspirations of Neopentecostals in Lima, Peru -- Uta Ihrke-Buchroth

Pilgrimage and Sacred Places in Southeast Europe -- Mario Katic, Tomislav Klarin, Mike McDonald (Eds.)

Nature and Culture in Our Time. Nature et culture de notre temps -- Peter Kemp, Noriko Hashimoto (Eds.)

Socio-political and Cultural Determinants of Diarrheal Disease in the Mekong Delta -- Panagiota Kotsila

Of that hour and day no one knows - Mark 13 as an apocalypse? -- Marius Nel

Agency and Changing World Views in Africa -- Dieter Neubert, Christine Scherer (Eds.)

Aldous Huxley Annual -- Bernfried Nugel, Jerome Meckier (Eds.)

Eugen Ehrlich's Sociology of Law -- Knut Papendorf, Stefan Machura, Anne Hellum (Eds.)

Austria and America -- Joshua Parker, Ralph J. Poole (Eds.)

Legacy and Change -- Robert Pichler (Ed.)

The Protestant Church in the Netherlands: Church Unity in the 21st Century -- Arjan Plaisier, Leo J. Koffeman (Eds.)

Southeast European Studies in a Globalizing World -- Christian Promitzer, Siegfried Gruber, Harald Heppner (Eds.)

From Ethnic to Transnational -- Tanja Reiffenrath

The Making of Ernest Hemingway -- Hans-Peter Rodenberg

Heritage and Digital Humanities -- Bernadette Saou-Dufrene (Ed.) assisted by Benjamin Barbier

Dilemmas of the Modern Educational Discourse -- Irina Surina (Ed.)

Multinational Strategic Foresight of Environmental Trends in the Automobile Industry Using Internal Resources -- Natalie Wippel

For (Dear) Life -- Eva-Sabine Zehelein (Hg.)

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Recommendation

Stefanie Affeldt
Consuming Whiteness
Australian Racism and the "White Sugar" Campaign

The "white Australia policy" has so far largely been discussed with regard only to its political-ideological perspective. No account was taken of the central problem of racist societalization, i.e. the everyday production and reproduction of "race" as a social relation ("doing race") supported by broad sections of the population.

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News / Events


Theologie - 21.05.2013
Book Launch: Close to our Hearts - London, May 22nd
Aldegonde Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn and Klaus Demmer are launching the English edition of
CLOSE TO OUR HEARTS: PERSONAL REFLECTIONS ON MARRIAGE
in the presence of various contributors on
Wednesday, May 22nd 6pm
Archbishop Amigo Hall
St. Georges Cathedral
Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7HY.
Further details:info@intams.org www.intams.org

A. Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn / K. Demmer (eds.): Close to Our Hearts: Personal Reflections on Marriage

Does taking a lifelong vow still make sense today? The twenty-four contributors to this book, all internationally recognized specialists in marriage, show from a variety of perspectives that it remains profoundly meaningful to understand marriage as a shared path that leads to maturity. Not only do the authors present fundamen-tal theological and philosophical ideas from the past two thousand five hundred years, but they also speak about their own personal experiences. Aldegonde Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn is the founder and director of the International Academy for Marital Spirituality in Brussels. Klaus Demmer is a member of the Order of the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart and Professor Emeritus for Moral Theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. The book is a publication of the International Academy for Marital Spirituality (Brüssel)

LIT Verlag presents at that occasion the selected list LIT AKTUELL Theology and Society


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