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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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East European Studies
Literay and Languages
Rethinking Public Governance -- Tibor Babos, Sameeksha Desai, Andreas Knorr (Eds.)
Hindus in the Netherlands -- Freek L. Bakker
Liberation Theology for a Democratic Society -- Heinrich Bedford-Strohm
How to Deal with Refugees? -- Gerhard Besier, Katarzyna Stoklosa (Eds.)
Signs of Time -- Ursula Ganz-Blättler
Nkrumah and the West -- Matteo Landricina
Ethics of Research Involving Minors -- Dirk Lanzerath, Marcella Rietschel (eds.)
Revision of the Codes, An Indian-European Dialogue -- Adrian Loretan, Felix Wilfred (Eds.)
Political Theories of Narcissism -- Takamichi Sakurai
Spotted Goddesses -- Roja Singh
Essays on Theology, Meaning, and Pastoral Care -- Johannes Taschner, Johan Temmerman (eds.)
The Torah in Matthew -- Francois Viljoen
Klaus Roth, Milena Benovska (Eds.)
Balkan Life CoursesPart 1: Childhood, Youth, Old Age, Work and Rituals
The historical upheavals in Southeast Europe since the early 20th century brought about deep transformations of people's everyday lives and their life courses. The concept of life course enables the understanding of human lives within their socio-cultural and political contexts, stressing agency and people's everyday experience.
News / Events
Basel: 7th European Conference on African Studies ECAS 2017
LIT Verlag presents its African Studies list at Europe's largest conference on African Studies in Basel June 29th – July 1st. Over 1500 participants presenting 1046 papers in 204 thematic panels and engaging in round table discussions, book launches, film screenings and meetings inspired by 4 keynote lectures.