The Tocqueville Review is a French-American bilingual journal devoted to the comparative study of social change, primarily in Europe and the United States, but also covering major developments in other parts of the world, in the spirit of Alexis de Tocqueville’s pioneer investigations. A journal of social science, the Review publishes essays on current affairs, history, and political philosophy; it also features a regular section on Tocquevillean studies.
Periodicals Archive Online is a major archive that makes the backfiles of scholarly periodicals in the arts, humanities and social sciences available electronically, providing access to the searchable full text of hundreds of titles. The database spans more than two centuries of content, 37 key subject areas, and multiple languages.
Numerique Premium brings you the best of ebooks in Humanities and Social Sciences. Around 2,800 French language titles - in partnership with 50 publishers - to browse and read 24/7 from your library or remotely.
The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe is an essential resource for analysis of Europe’s dynamic Muslim populations. This comprehensive annual reference work summarizes significant activities, trends and developments, and features the most current statistical information available from more than 40 European countries.
The Encyclopedia of Family Studies provides a comprehensive, interdisciplinary collection of the key concepts, trends, and processes relating to the study of families and family patterns throughout the world.
This Collection contains scholarly reference works, bibliographic works and research tools pertaining to the political, economic, and social history of the ancient Near East, encompassing works in the humanities as well as the social sciences.
81,604 pages consisting of departmental reports detailing activities during British rule of Nigeria and Cameroon. Select reports are featured within the collection to highlight important events during the covered timeframe.
CSCM publishes critical analyses of contemporary media representations, autoethnography, poetry, and creative non-fiction; providing an explicit forum for the intersections of cultural studies, critical interpretive research methodologies, and cultural critique.
Since Aristotle's classification of political systems, power has been one of the most central and debated themes of the social sciences. Yet, despite its centrality, there has been little consensus on what constitutes the essence of power.
Investigating the construction, transmission, and contestation of forms of knowledge from antiquity to today. What people know and how they claim to know it, the very choice of things as objects of knowledge, are products of history, politics, and culture.