International Comparative Social Studies

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In modern research, breaking boundaries between the different social sciences is becoming more and more popular. Discussions in which different disciplines are being invited to shed their light on such issues as migration, violence, urbanisation, trust and social capital are common in current academic discourse. Brill’s International Comparative Social Studies focuses on presenting the results of comparative research by anthropologists, sociologists, political scientists and other social scientists.

Authors are cordially invited to submit proposals and/or full manuscripts by email to the publisher Jason Prevost. Please direct all other correspondence to Associate Editor Simona Casadio.

*A paperback edition of select titles in the series, for individual purchase only, will be released approximately 12 months after publication of the hardcover edition.

Elections in Times of a Pandemic – Dilemmas and Challenges
Experiences of the European Countries
Volume 59
978-90-04-69062-2
Migrant Organising
Community Unionism, Solidarity and Bricolage
Volume 54
978-90-04-46496-4
The Metamorphosis of the Kibbutz
Volume 49
978-90-04-43995-5
At the Margins of Academia
Exile, Precariousness, and Subjectivity
Volume 46
978-90-04-43135-5
Rekindling the Strong State in Russia and China
Domestic Dynamics and Foreign Policy Projections
Volume 45
978-90-04-42889-8
Trust in Contemporary Society
Volume 42
978-90-04-39043-0
African Countries and the Global Scramble for China
A Contribution to Africa’s Preparedness and Rehearsal
Volume 41
978-90-04-38824-6
Life Advice from Below
The Public Role of Self-Help Coaches in Germany and China
Volume 37
978-90-04-31958-5
Geopolitical Economy of Energy and Environment
China and the European Union
Volume 36
978-90-04-27311-5
China, East Asia and the European Union
Strong Economics, Weak Politics?
Volume 35
978-90-04-29143-0
The Walls between Conflict and Peace
Volume 34
978-90-04-27285-9
Varieties of Multiple Modernities
New Research Design
Volume 33
978-90-04-30671-4
Oil and Security Policies
Saudi Arabia, 1950-2012
Volume 32
978-90-04-27773-1
Conflict and Peace in Central Eurasia
Towards Explanations and Understandings
Volume 31
978-90-04-27636-9
The Communal Idea in the 21st Century
Volume 30
978-90-04-23625-7
Global Society and Human Rights
Volume 28
978-90-04-22563-3
Secure Oil and Alternative Energy
The Geopolitics of Energy Paths of China and the European Union
Volume 27
978-90-04-23332-4
European and Chinese Sociologies
A New Dialogue
Volume 26
978-90-04-21716-4
Imploding Populations in Japan and Germany
A Comparison
Volume 25
978-90-04-19484-7
The Benefit of Broad Horizons
Intellectual and Institutional Preconditions for a Global Social Science
Volume 24
978-90-04-19287-4
World Religions and Multiculturalism
A Dialectic Relation
Volume 23
978-90-04-18918-8
Meaning, Subjectivity, Society
Making Sense of Modernity
Volume 22
978-90-04-19055-9
The Globalization of Energy
China and the European Union
Volume 21
978-90-04-19057-3
Democratization and Securitization
The Case of Romania
Volume 20
978-90-47-43083-4
Transnationalism
Diasporas and the Advent of a New (Dis)order
Volume 19
978-90-47-44011-6
Power, Islam, and Political Elite in Iran
A Study on the Iranian Political Elite from Khomeini to Ahmadinejad
Volume 18
By: Eva Rakel
978-90-47-42508-3
"The" Fifth Modality
On Languages that Shape our Motivations and Cultures
Volume 17
978-90-47-44189-2
Social Capital in Europe: Similarity of Countries and Diversity of People?
Multi-level analyses of the European Social Survey 2002
Volume 16
978-90-47-43218-0
East-West Identities
Globalization, Localization, and Hybridization
Volume 15
978-90-47-42783-4
Building a Diaspora
Russian Jews in Israel, Germany and the USA
Volume 13
978-90-47-41853-5
Europe and the Americas
State Formation, Capitalism and Civilizations in Atlantic Modernity
Volume 12
978-90-47-41011-9
Comparing Modernities
Pluralism Versus Homogenity. Essays in Homage to Shmuel N. Eisenstadt
Volume 10
978-90-47-40756-0
Series Editor
Mehdi P. Amineh, Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research, University of Amsterdam and International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University

Editorial Board
Shahrough Akhavi, Columbia University
Sjoerd Beugelsdijk, Radboud University
Mark-Anthony Falzon, University of Malta
Harald Fuhr, University of Potsdam
Joyeeta Gupta, University of Amsterdam
Xiaoming Huang, Victoria University Wellington
Nilgün Önder, University of Regina
Gerhard Preyer, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main
Islam Qasem, Webster University, Leiden
Kurt W. Radtke, International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University
Mahmoud Sadri, Texas Woman's University
Jeremy Smith, University of Eastern Finland
Ngo Tak-Wing, Leiden University
L.A. Visano, York University

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