The democratization of democracy

"Wespennest" reads the signs and symbols of gender anew; "Transit" sees democracy becoming more of a question than an answer; "Krytyka Polityczna" notes that the EU is strongest where it's least democratic; "Res Publica Nowa" asks who owns my body?; "Blätter" suggests a way out of Fortress Europe; "Il Mulino" assesses the threat of the European North-South divide; "Akadeemia" searches for a solution to the crisis of legitimacy in higher education; "Springerin" examines the art of indebtedness; and in "Samtiden", Karl Ove Knausgård celebrates the writer's unknown partner: the editor.

Ute nå

The Resurrection of Authoritarianism - Democracy and Democratization: The Road Ahead, Three Decades after 1989 - Commemorating the Indian Journal Frontier During These Times

Ønsker du å låne kontoret?

Medlemstidsskriftene kan låne kontoret vårt i 4. etasje på Litteraturhuset i Oslo, fortrinnsvis etter kl 15. Trenger du det på dagtid, kan det som regel ordnes.

Send e-post til for spørsmål/reservasjon.

Nyheter fra Eurozine

Developed by Aplia - Powered by eZ Publish - Informasjonskapsler