Explores representations of ‘high-functioning’ adult autism in autobiographical, scientific and fictional texts to demonstrate the value of Cultural Studies towards understanding autism as a subjective condition and social category.View details
Amanda Haynes, Martin J. Power, Eoin Devereux, Aileen Dillane, James Carr
A critical interrogation of the public and political discourses which shape the management and lived experience of migration. The collection brings together essays from established and rising academics in the field of migration studies to address the relationship between discourse and migration in Europe, the Americas and the Middle East.View details
A critical examination of affective labour based on ethnographic fieldwork. It traces the centrality of affective labor in enabling and constraining prevailing norms and practices of race, citizenship, class, gender, and sexuality across multiple spatial contexts. View details
This book explores how the legacy of violence during the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia is memorialized. Engaging with war, violence and critical heritage studies, the book looks at how the selective production of heritage diminishes opportunities for justice and reconciliation beyond the violence. It should be of particular interest to students and scholars interested in heritage studies, memory, trauma, genocide, dark tourism, and Cambodia.View details
Using food-oriented case studies centred on Australian cities and media, this book argues for a processual understanding of cosmopolitanism that approaches everyday practices as a site of potentially ethical and/or reflexive inter-cultural exchanges.View details
Krishnan Srinivasan, James Mayall, Sanjay Pulipaka
This book throws light on whether Asian values constitute a specific genre that differentiates Asia from the West and feeds into its nations’ foreign policies, and whether there is a basic difference of opinion on values or merely an aspect of contemporary power politics.View details
Michel Serres Translated by
David Webb, William James Ross
Michel Serres is one of the most influential living theorists in European philosophy. This volume makes available a work which has a foundational place in the development of chaos theory, representing a tour de force application of the principles underlying Serres’ distinctive philosophy of science. View details
This book looks at how agricultural, environmental and anti-poverty organisations engage with EU affairs; the ways they conceive of interest representation and the strategies they choose to represent their constituencies across the regional
This book analyses ten years of continuous negotiations about EU enlargement to the Western Balkans, answering questions such as When and how are decisions typically reached in the European Union?
Kimmo Grӧnlund, André Bӓchtiger, Maija Setälä
The first comprehensive account of the booming phenomenon of deliberative mini-publics, this book offers a systematic review of their variety, discusses their weaknesses, and recommends ways to make them a viable component of democracy.