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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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Ethnology
African Studies
Asian Studies
East European Studies
History
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New Publications

Negotiating Identities -- Ildikó Bellér-Hann

The Bahurutshe -- Heinrich Bammann

Radicalizing Reformation -- Karen L. Bloomquist, Craig L. Nessan, Hans G. Ulrich (Eds.)

Taiwan -- Jens Damm, Isabelle Cheng (Eds.)

Talking Seriously About God -- Asle Eikrem, Atle O. Søvik (Eds.)

The Couple -- Ferdinand Fellmann

Africa's Progress in Regional and Global Economic Integration - Towards Transformative Regional Integration -- Achim Gutowski, Tobias Knedlik, Patrick N. Osakwe, Isabelle Ramdoo, Karl Wohlmuth (Eds.)

Theological Essays in a Postmodern Context -- Heye Heyen, Johannes Taschner (Eds.)

Authentic Voices, Discerning Hearts -- Thomas Knieps-Port le Roi, Aldegonde Brenninkmeijer-Werhahn (Eds.)

State-Society Interaction in Vietnam -- Huynh Thi Phuong Linh

Za Using'anga Ndi Ufiti - About Healing Practice and Witchcraft -- Moya Aliya Malamusi

Narrating the Self and Nation in Kenyan Autobiographical Writings -- Samuel Ndogo

Peklari -- Vassilis Nitsiakos

Parts and Wholes -- Laila Prager, Michael Prager, Guido Sprenger (Eds.)

Diversity in Transcultural and International Communication -- Carola Richter, Indira Dupuis, Stefanie Averbeck-Lietz (Eds)

Cultures of Crisis in Southeast Europe -- Klaus Roth, Asker Kartarı (Eds.)

Le défi actuel du Bien commun dans la doctrine sociale de l'Église -- Dominique Serra-Coatanea

The Welfare Society - an Aim for Social Development -- Roar Sundby, Arno Heimgartner

Winds of Jingjiao -- Li Tang, Dietmar W. Winkler (eds.)

A tool for supporting economic policy-making in the former Yugoslavia -- Klaus Weyerstraß

Glocal Public Philosophy -- Naoshi Yamawaki

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Recommendation

Philippe Le Vallois (éd.)
Croire ?
Repères et éclairages. Avec la collaboration de Caroline Bastian, Renaud Evrard, Danièle Garnier, Véronique Grégoire, Patricia Goepfert, Piotr Kuberski, Victor Sibler et Francis Staehler

Cet ouvrage collectif propose des reperes et des 'eclairages pour comprendre les profondes mutations soci'etales et religieuses en cours. Les auteurs offrent ici un v'eritable outil de r'eflexion afin d'entrer dans l'intelligence de ce que signifie croire et de mieux appr'ehender le fait religieux dans sa complexit'e.

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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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