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Wim Van Petegem, JP Bosman, Miné De Klerk, and Sonja Strydom | Evolving As a Digital Scholar

As the world keeps evolving towards a digitalized future, developing technologies also find their way into the higher education institutions and the need to design courses by incorporating necessary educational tools and materials is present more than ever. In this book, scholars Wim Van Petegem, JP Bosman, Miné De Klerk, and Sonja Strydom aim to provide both a framework and a guideline to help scholars acquire the necessary skills and qualifications to curate a digital approach to their work.

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces

Mohit Chandna | Spatial Boundaries, Abounding Spaces
The colonial project is far from over and it continues to determine our lives through the borders that surround us. In order to understand here and now, one needs to start with there and then.

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff | Mongameli Mabona

Ernst Wolff's book 'Mongameli Mabona. His Life and Work' is the first study of any kind devoted to Mongameli Anthony Mabona (1929), a South African scholar with an exceptional life path.

Benjamin Nickl | Turkish German Muslims and Comedy Entertainment

Benjamin Nickl | Turkish German Muslims and Comedy Entertainment

Comedy entertainment is a powerful arena for serious public engagement with questions of German national identity and Turkish German migration.

Leen d’Haenens | Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe

Leen d’Haenens | Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe
Images of Immigrants and Refugees in Western Europe examines the dynamic interplay between media representations of migrants and refugees on the one hand and the governmental and societal (re)actions to these on the other. 

Geert Bouckaert | European Perspectives for Public Administration

Geert Bouckaert | European Perspectives for Public Administration
"In order to provide solutions to future problems in the public sector, it is necessary for the academic field of Public Administration to re-inv...

Martin Kohlrausch | Brokers of Modernity. East Central Europe and the Rise of Modernist Architects, 1910-1950

Martin Kohlrausch | Brokers of Modernity. East Central Europe and the Rise of Modernist Architects, 1910-1950
"I was surprised by the fact that architects were hardly ever studied as a group - while the profession underwent some very significant transform...

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