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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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Academic Books

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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

Anthropological Abstracts 10/2011 -- Ulrich Oberdiek (Ed.)

Spirit & Mind -- Helene Basu, Roland Littlewood, Arne S. Steinforth (Eds.)

Unholy Discrimination -- Denise Buser

The Badia Fiesolana -- Angela Dressen, Klaus Pietschmann (Eds.)

Practicing Ubuntu -- Jaco Dreyer, Yolanda Dreyer, Edward Foley, Malan Nel (Eds.)

Full of Life -- Jana Gerold

Global Mental Health and the Church -- Ulrich Giesekus, Bradford M. Smith, Jürgen Schuster (Eds.)

Borderlands Orientalism or How the Savage Lost his Nobility -- Dominik Gutmeyr

Legitimacy of Unbelief -- Gerd H. Hövelmann, Hans Michels (Eds.)

Patterns of Dis|Order -- Anna-Sophie Jürgens, Markus Wierschem (Eds.)

Crossovers -- Christiane Lütge, Mark Stein (Eds.)

"He Changes Times and Seasons" -- Marius Nel

Austria and America: 20th-Century Cross-Cultural Encounters -- Joshua Parker, Ralph J. Poole (Eds.)

WRILAB2 -- Anna-Maria Perissutti, Sonja Kuri, Ursula Doleschal (Eds.)

Truth and Compassion -- Robert Petkovsek, Bojan Zalec (Eds.)

Palestinian Berlin -- Shahd Wari

Paul's Approach to the Cultural Conflict in Corinth -- Johannes Wessels

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Recommendation

Helena Obendiek
"Changing Fate"
Education, Poverty and Family Support in Contemporary Chinese Society

"In this compelling ethnography of the causes and effects of educational desire in an extremely impoverished corner of Gansu province, Helena Obendiek pays particular attention to the complex social networks which fund students' education, placing them in relations of debt to their home villages and extended families.

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News / Events


03.12.2014
Book launch: BEYOND URBANISM Urban(izing) Villages and the Mega-urban Landscape in the Pearl River Delta in China
When:
10.12.2014; 6 pm

Where:
TU Berlin Institute of Architecture Room A409
Strasse des 17. Juni 152
10623 Berlin

What:
Welcome by Peter Herrle

30 min. video with Detlev Ipsen on Urban(izing) Villages and the Mega-urban Landscape in the Pearl River Delta

Discussion: The results of a DFG-funded research project on urbanization and informal dynamics

Large urban agglomerations have emerged over the past decades and, in some cases, entire rural regions were urbanized in less than a decade. These trends not only reflect an unprecedented quantitative dimension of urbanization but also the emergence of new urban forms - beyond urbanism - thus posing new challenges to regional planners, politicians and urban governance actors.
The book has been published in the HABITAT - INTERNATIONAL Series. Beyond Urbanism


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