This month's issue includes an exciting, new title: Post-Western Revolution in Sociology.

Whatever politicians may say, the world evolves in its own way. Laurence Roulleau-Berger argues that centers of gravity in social science have been displaced toward Asia; that we are moving toward a "de-westernization of knowledge." The author suggests that development of a global space represents a "turning point in the history of social sciences."

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Post-Western Revolution in Sociology
From China to Europe
Laurence Roulleau-Berger

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Sepoys against the Rising Sun

The Indian Army in Far East and South-East Asia, 1941–45

Kaushik Roy

February 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 22220 5

List price: EUR 162.- / US$ 210.-

History of Warfare, 106

Racines et déracinements au grand écran

Trajectoires migratoires dans le cinéma français du XXIème siècle

Edited by Marianne Bessy
Carole Salmon

February 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 31226 5

List price: EUR 75.- / US$ 97.-

Francopolyphonies, 20

Muslim Tatar Minorities in the Baltic Sea Region

Edited by Ingvar Svanberg
and David Westerlund

February 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30584 7

List price: EUR 93.- / US$ 120.-

Muslim Minorities, 20

The Protectors of Indians in the Royal Audience of Lima

History, Careers and Legal Culture, 1575-1775

Mauricio Novoa

February 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30516 8

List price: EUR 129.- / US$ 167.-

Legal History Library, 19/10

Migration and Mobility in the Early Roman Empire

Edited by Luuk de Ligt and
Laurens E. Tacoma

February 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30736 0

List price: EUR 169.- / US$ 219.-

Studies in Global Social History, 23/7

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Western Esotericism in Scandinavia

Edited by Henrik Bogdan and Olav Hammer
March 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30241 9

List price: EUR 193.- / US$ 250.-

Brill Esotericism Reference Library, 1

Middlebrow and Gender, 1890-1945

Edited by Christoph Ehland  and Cornelia Wächter
March 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 31336 1

List price: EUR 108.- / US$ 140.-

DQR Studies in Literature, 62

Human Rights and Good Governance

Edited by Wei Zhang, Ruoyu Li and Zihan Yan

March 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30876 3

List price: EUR 150.- / US$ 209.-

Chinese Perspectives on Human Rights and Good Governance, 1

Nuevas perspectivas sobre la transnacionalidad del cine hispánico

Editado por Robin Lefere y Nadia Lie
March 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 30954 8

List price: EUR 82.- / US$ 93.-

Foro Hispánico, 51

Avant-Garde Cultural Practices in Spain (1914-1936)

The Challenge of Modernity

Edited by Eduardo Gregori and
Juan Herrero-Senés

April 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 31017 9

List price: EUR 89.- / US$ 115.-

Avant-Garde Critical Studies, 31

Gender Relations in an Indonesian Society

Bugis Practices of Sexuality and Marriage

Nurul Ilmi Idrus

March 2016 - ISBN 978 90 04 31130 5

List price: EUR 75.- / US$ 97.-

Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 303

The Neoliberal Pattern of Domination
Capital’s Reign in Decline
José Manuel Sánchez Bermúdez

The Neoliberal Pattern of Domination is a compelling, convincing and relevant historical account, both detailed and profound.
– David Hollanders (Tilburg University),
Comparative Sociology, Vol. 15, No. 1, 2016.

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