Member publications on “the West”

Backman, Jussi 2017. The End of the World after the End of Finitude: On a Recently Prominent Speculative Tone in Philosophy. In Marcia Cavalcante Schuback & Susanna Lindberg (eds.), The End of the World: Contemporary Philosophy and Art. London: Rowman & Littlefield International, 105–123.

Backman, Jussi 2017. The One Is Not: On the Fate of Unity in Post-metaphysical Philosophy. Religious Theory, 9.5.2017.

Backman, Jussi 2015. Complicated Presence: Heidegger and the Postmetaphysical Unity of Being. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

Backman, Jussi 2015. Hermeneutics and the Ancient Philosophical Legacy: Hermeneia and Phronesis. In Niall Keane & Chris Lawn (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Hermeneutics. Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 22–33.

Backman, Jussi 2015. Towards a Genealogy of the Metaphysics of Sight: Seeing, Hearing, and Thinking in Heraclitus and Parmenides. In Antonio Cimino & Pavlos Kontos (eds.), Phenomenology and the Metaphysics of Sight. Leiden: Brill, 11–34.

Bavaj, Riccardo 2015. Germany and ‘Western Democracies’: The Spatialization of Ernst Fraenkel’s Political Thought. In Riccardo Bavaj & Martina Steber (eds.), Germany and ‘the West’: The History of a Modern Concept. New York: Berghahn, 183–198.

Bavaj, Riccardo 2011. ‘The West’: A Conceptual Exploration. European History Online, 21.11.2011.

Bavaj, Riccardo 2010. ‘Western Civilization’ and the Acceleration of Time: Richard Löwenthal’s Reflections on a Crisis of ‘the West’ in the Aftermath of the Student Revolt of ‘1968’. Themenportal Europäische Geschichte, 1.1.2010.

Bavaj, Riccardo & Martina Steber (eds.) 2015 (paperback 2017). Germany and ‘the West’: The History of a Modern Concept. New York: Berghahn.

Bavaj, Riccardo & Martina Steber 2015. Germany and ‘the West’: The Vagaries of a Modern Relationship. In Riccardo Bavaj & Martina Steber (eds.), Germany and ‘the West’: The History of a Modern Concept. New York: Berghahn, 1–37.

Baysha, Olga 2017. In the Name of National Security: Articulating Ethno-political Struggles as Terrorism. Journal of Multicultural Discourses 12 (1): 1–17.

Baysha, Olga 2017. Synecdoche That Kills: How Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin Constructed Different Ukraines for Different Ends. The International Communication Gazette, Online First, 23.7.2017.

Baysha, Olga 2016. European Integration as Imagined by Ukrainian Pravda Bloggers. In Mervi Pantti (ed.), Media and the Ukraine Crisis: Hybrid Media Practices and Narratives of Conflict. New York: Peter Lang, 71–88.

Baysha, Olga 2016. On the Progressive Identity and Internal Colonization: A Case Study from Russia. International Journal of Cultural Studies 19 (2): 121–137.

Baysha, Olga 2015. Ukrainian Euromaidan: The Exclusion of Otherness in the Name of Progress. European Journal of Cultural Studies 18 (1): 3–18.

Baysha, Olga 2014. On the Dichotomy of Corporate vs. Alternative Journalism: OWS as Constructed by Echo of Moscow. International Journal of Communication 8 (1): 1–20.

Baysha, Olga 2014. The Mythologies of Capitalism and the End of the Soviet Project. Lanham, MD: Lexington.

Baysha, Olga 2012. Mythologizing Modernity through Vernacular Discourses. Journal of International Communication 6 (1), 2985–3005.

Baysha, Olga 2010. Is There a Global Public Sphere? Media Framing of the Russia-Georgia Conflict of 2008. Global Media Journal 9(17).

Baysha, Olga 2010. When the Internet Fails to Connect: A Study on a Russian-American Non-reflexive Discourse. Digital Icons: Studies in Russian, Eurasian and Central European New Media 4:151–169.

Baysha, Olga & Andrew Calabrese 2014. Cosmopolitan Vision, Global Responsibility, and Local Reporting. In Aybige Yilmaz, Ruxandra Trandafoiu, & Aris Mousoutzan (eds.), Media and Cosmopolitanism. New York: Peter Lang, 207–226.

Baysha, Olga & Andrew Calabrese 2012. The Global in the Local: A Case Study on Deforestation in a Ukrainian Journalistic Field. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (2): 156–174.

Baysha, Olga & Andrew Calabrese 2011. The Construction of Fear: The New York Times Deliberation on the USA-Russia Nuclear Discourse. Russian Journal of Communication 3 (3/4): 301–321.

Bonnett Alastair 2015. Occidentalismo e modernita plurali. In Daniela Falcioni (ed.), Genealogie dell’Occidente. Turin: Bollati Boringhieri, 111–146.

Bonnett, Alastair 2012. The Critical Traditionalism of Ashis Nandy: Occidentalism and the Dilemmas of Innocence. Theory, Culture & Society 29 (1): 138–157.

Bonnett, Alastair 2009. Asian Occidentalism and Rediscovered Modernities. In Christopher Browning & Marko Lehti (eds.), The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge, 201–217.

Bonnett, Alastair 2009. East/West. In Rob Kitchin & Nigel Thrift (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Volume 3. London: Elsevier, 280–284.

Bonnett, Alastair 2008. Whiteness and the West. In Claire Dwyer & Caroline Bressey (eds.), New Geographies of Race and Racism. Aldershot: Ashgate, 17–28.

Bonnett, Alastair 2005. From the Crises of Whiteness to Western Supremacism. Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association Journal 1 (1): 8–20.

Browning, Christopher S. 2010. Conclusion: The Resilient West? In Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds.), The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge, 218–229.

Browning, Christopher S. 2008. Reassessing Putin’s Project: Reflections on IR Theory and the West. Problems of Post-communism 55 (5): 3–13.

Browning, Christopher S. 2002. Coming Home or Moving Home? ‘Westernising’ Narratives in Finnish Foreign Policy and the Re-interpretation of Past Identities. Cooperation and Conflict 37 (1): 47–72.

Browning, Christopher S. & Marko Lehti 2011. Geographic Centrality and Marginality: East, West and North in Finnish Symbolic Geography. In Alexander Maxwell (ed.), The East-West Discourse: Symbolic Geography and its Consequences. Oxford: Peter Lang, 155–168.

Browning, Christopher S. & Marko Lehti 2010. Introduction: New Tensions in a Troubled Partnership. In Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds.), The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge, 1–11.

Browning, Christopher S. & Marko Lehti 2010. The West: Contested, Narrated and Clustered. In Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds.), The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge, 15–32.

Browning, Christopher S. & Marko Lehti (eds.) 2009. The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge.

Browning, Christopher S. & Marko Lehti 2007. Beyond East–West: Marginality and National Dignity in Finnish Identity Construction. Nationalities Papers 35 (4), 691–716.

Browning, Christopher S. & Ben Tonra 2010. Beyond the West and Towards the Anglosphere? In Christopher S. Browning & Marko Lehti (eds.), The Struggle for the West: A Divided and Contested Legacy. London: Routledge, 161–181.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2016. The Future of the EU: Values and the Will of the People. European Futures, 21.1.2016.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2016. The Origins of Open Texture in Language and Legal Philosophies in Oxford and Cambridge. Rechtstheorie 47 (2): 141–164.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2016. What is Jurisprudence? Is it still Justinian’s ‘Science of Things Divine and Human’? Is it still ‘the Science of the Just and the Unjust’? In Dawid Bunikowski (ed.), Historical and Philosophical Foundations of European Legal Culture. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars, 19–94.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2016. What Is Philosophy of Law in the Arctic? In Dawid Bunikowski (ed.), Philosophy of Law in the Arctic. Rovaniemi & Oulu: University of the Arctic, 10–18.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2015. Ethics and Business Ethics, and the Financial Crisis. About Axiology and Business: History of Slavery is Like a Circle. Quaestio Iuris 8 (1): 458–488.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2015. The Nordic Welfare Model, Law, and the Financial Crisis. Revista Direito Mackenzie 9 (1): 64–106.

 Bunikowski, Dawid 2014. Indigenous Peoples, their Rights and Customary Laws in the North: The Case of the Sámi People. Maria Lähteenmäki & Alfred Colpaert (eds.), East meets North Crossing the Borders of the Arctic. Nordia Geographical Publications 43 (1), 75–85.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2013. Values and Axiology in the European Union Legal System In Context of The European Culture and the Constitution for Europe: Why Does the EU Need the Axiology? Atlantic-community.org, 10.7.2013.

Bunikowski, Dawid 2010. Enforcement of Morality by the Law. In Tomasz Gizbert-Studnicki & Mateusz Klinowski (eds.), Law, Liberty, Morality and Rights. Warsaw: Wolters Kluwer Polska – OFICYNA. (Read revised version here.)

Bunikowski, Dawid & Patrick Dillon 2017. Arguments from Cultural Ecology and Legal Pluralism for Recognising Indigenous Customary Law in the Arctic. In Leena Heinamäki & Thora Martina Herrmann (eds.), Experiencing and Safeguarding the Sacred in the Arctic: Sacred Natural Sites, Cultural Landscapes and Indigenous Peoples’ Rights. New York: Springer, 37–64.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2014. A Post Racial/Post-racist Nation? How Do Things Change as They Stay the Same? Islamic Monthly 4 (1): 26–31.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2011. Everyday Forms of Whiteness: Understanding Race in a “Post-racial” World (second edition of Breaking the Code of Good Intentions: Everyday Forms of Whiteness). Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2011. Transnational Africa Un-pledging Allegiance: The U.S. Nation Must Make the African Connection. In Mojúbàolú Olúfúnké Okome & Olufemi Vaughan (eds.), Transnational Africa and Globalization. New York: Palgrave/Macmillan, 107–123.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2010. White World Supremacy and the Creation of Nation: ‘American Dream’ or ‘Global Nightmare’? Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies E-journal, Australian Critical Race and Whiteness Studies Association 6 (1). (Modified reprint)

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2008. “American Dream” or Global Nightmare? Journal of Global Initiatives: Policy, Pedagogy, Perspective 3 (2): 135–149.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2006–07. Whiteness Matters: National Belonging in the United States. Susan Petrilli (ed.), White Matters / Il Bianco in Questione. Athanor: Semiotica, Filosofia, Arte, Letteratura. Serie annuale del Dipartimento di Pratiche Linguistiche e Analisi di Testi dell’Università di Bari Anno XVII, n. 10. Milano: Meltemi Editore, 118–126.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2005. Social Norms, Racial Narratives and the Mission of Public Education. Tsantsa, Journal of Swiss Anthropological Association 10 (1): 58–69.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2004. Race, Ethnicity and Whiteness. Sage Race Relations Abstracts 29 (3/4): 5–48. (Ranked #3 of SRRA Most Frequently Cited Articles)

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2003. American Identity and the Mechanisms of Everyday Whiteness. Socialism and Democracy 17 (1): 209–226.

Bush, Melanie E. L. 2002. Everyday Whiteness. SOULS: A Critical Journal of Black Politics, Culture and Society 4 (4): 25–44.

Bush, Melanie E. L. & Roderick D. Bush. 2015. Tensions in the American Dream: Rhetoric, Reverie or Reality. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Bush, Melanie E. L. & Roderick D. Bush 2008. United States. In David H. Kaplan & Guntram H. Herb (eds.), Nations and Nationalisms: A Global Historical Overview. Oxford, UK: ABC-CLIO,1299–1312.

Chmiel, Piotr 2014. Between Nations and Empires: Contemporary Reflections on Central Europe. In Antonella Biagini & Giovanna Motta (eds.), Empires and Nations from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century. Vol. 2  Cambridge: Cambridge Scholar Press, 575–581.

Chmiel, Piotr 2013. Slataper, l’antemurale e il mito asburgico: un’altra prospettiva del discorso sull’altro nell’immaginario italiano contemporaneo. In Sonia Massari, Fulvio Orsitto & Giovanni Spani (eds.), Echi Oltremare 2011: Conference, Rome, 1718 June 2011, Atti della Conferenza / Proceedings: Italy, the Mediterranean… And Beyond, 30–33.

Chmiel, Piotr 2013. Wohin zurückkehren? Das Nationalitätenproblem in Istrien im kollektiven italienischen Gedächtnis in Literatur und Historiographie. In Burkhard Olschowsky (ed.), Geteilte Regionen – Geteilte Geschichtskulturen? Muster der Indentitätsbildung im europäischen Vergleich. München: Oldenbourg Verlag, 379–397.

Chmiel, Piotr 2010. Un Nuovo Arrivato? L’immagine dello “slavo” negli scritti di autori triestini dell’inizio del Novecento. Treatises and Documents, Journal of Ethnic Studies 63 (3): 104–123.

Cortes-Vazquez, Jose A. 2017. The End of the Idyll? Post-crisis Conservation and Amenity Migration in Natural Protected Areas. Journal of Rural Studies 51 (1): 115–124.

Cortes-Vazquez, Jose A. 2014. A Natural Life: Neo-rurals and the Power of Everyday Practices in Protected Areas. Journal of Political Ecology 21 (1): 493–515.

Cortes-Vazquez, Jose A. 2014. Protected Areas, Conservation Stakeholders and the Naturalization of Southern Europe. Forum for Development Studies 41 (2): 183–205.

Cortes-Vazquez, Jose A.; Guadalupe Jimenez-Esquinas & Cristina Sanchez-Carretero 2017. Heritage and Participatory Governance: An Analysis of Political Strategies and Social Fractures in Spain. Anthropology Today 33 (1): 15–18.

Cortes-Vazquez, Jose A. & Morgan Zedalis 2013. Identity and Native Species Conservation: Similar Historical Ecologies from Idaho to Spain. Human Ecology 41 (6): 937–945.

Damir-Geilsdorf, Sabine & Mira Menzfeld 2016: ’Looking at the Life of the Prophet and How He Dealt with All These Issues’: Self-positioning, Demarcations and Belongingness of German Salafis from an Emic Perspective. Contemporary Islam 10(3), 433–454.

Dubrovskaya, Tatiana 2017. Конструирование Запада в российском внешнеполитическом дискурсе: политические акторы и стратегии репрезентации [= Constructing the West in Russian Foreign Policy Discourse: Political Actors and Strategies of Representations]. Discourse-P 26 (1): 10–21.

Frosti, Reeta 2016. Länsimaisen tieteen myytistä [About the Myth of the Western Science]. In Jukka Jouhki & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.) Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 63–77.

Gelbhardt, Lisa 2010. Emotion in Transkultureller Psychiatrie und Ethnologie. [= Emotion in Transcultural Psychiatry and Social Anthropology.] Series: Helene Basu (ed.), Fern/Sehen: Perspektiven der Sozialanthropologie. Hamburg: Kovac.

Jouhki, Jukka 2016. Global Issues, Western Foci: Banal Occidentalism in a Finnish Newspaper. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 41 (2): 32–46.

Jouhki, Jukka 2015. Venäjä, Ukraina ja sumea länsi: Banaali oksidentalismi Helsingin Sanomissa [= Russia, Ukraine, and Banal West: Banal Occidentalism in Helsingin Sanomat]. Media & viestintä 38 (4): 165–186.

Jouhki, Jukka 2008. Korean Communication and Mass Media Research: Negotiating the West’s Influence. International Journal of Communication 2 (1): 253–275.

Jouhki, Jukka 2006. Imagining the Other: Orientalism and Occidentalism in Tamil-European Relations in South India. Jyväskylä Studies in Humanities 47. Jyväskylä: University of Jyväskylä.

Jouhki, Jukka & Henna-Riikka Pennanen 2016. The Imagined West: Exploring Occidentalism. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 41 (2): 1–10.

Jouhki, Jukka & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.) 2016. Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS.

Jouhki, Jukka & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.) 2016. Occidentalism and the Idea of the West. Special Issue of Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 41 (2).

Kallius, Annastiina 2016. Rupture and Continuity: Positioning Hungarian Border Policy in the European Union. Intersections, East European Journal of Society and Politics 2 (4): 134–151.

Korhonen, Pekka 2016. Länsi Aasiasta katsottuna [= The West from the Point of View of Asia]. In Jukka Jouhki & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.), Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 155–174.

Korhonen, Pekka 2008. Nouseva Aasia ja Länsi [= Rising Asia and the West]. In Kia Lindroos & Paul-Erik Korvela (eds.), Avauksia poliittiseen ajatteluun [= Openings for Political Thinking]. Helsinki: Minerva.

Korhonen, Pekka 2006. Aasia ja Länsi [= Asia and the West]. Kosmopolis 36 (2): 51–69.

Korhonen, Pekka 2000.  アジアの西の境、京都:国際日本文化研究センター [= The Western Boundary of Asia]. Kyoto: Kokusai Nihon bunka kenkyū sentā.

Kuldova, Tereza 2016. Heads against Hands and Hierarchies of Creativity. In Maruška Svašek and Birgit Meyer (eds.), Creativity in Transition: Politics and Aesthetics of Cultural Production Across the Globe. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books, 61–85.

Kuldova, Tereza 2014. Fashion Exhibition as a Critique of Contemporary Museum Exhibitions: The Case of “Fashion India: Spectacular Capitalism”. Critical Studies in Fashion & Beauty 5(2): 313–336.

Kuldova, Tereza (ed.) 2013. Fashion India: Spectacular Capitalism. Oslo: Akademika Publishing.

Kuldova, Tereza 2010. Acting Out Class: On Mimicking, Mocking, Bollywood Stars and the Urban Indian Male. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society 35(3): 60–70.

Lavallée, Marie-Josée 2017. La politique moderne à travers le prisme platonicien: les lectures de Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin et Hannah Arendt [= Modern Politics through Platonic Lenses: the Readings of Leo Strauss, Eric Voegelin and Hannah Arendt]. In Josiane Boulad-Ayoub, Jean-Marc Narbonne & Marie-Josée Lavallée (eds.), Liberté des anciens, liberté des modernes [= Liberty of the Ancients, Liberty of the Moderns]. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval, 55–80.

Mikander, Pia 2016. Globalization as Continuing Colonialism: Critical Global Citizenship Education in an Unequal World. Journal of Social Science Education 15 (2): 70–79.

Mikander, Pia 2016. Westerners and Others in Finnish School Textbooks. University of Helsinki, Institute of Behavioural Sciences, Studies in Education 273. Doctoral Dissertation.

Mikander, Pia 2015. Colonialist ‘Discoveries’ in Finnish School Textbooks. Nordidactica, Journal of Humanities and Social Science Education 5(4): 48–65.

Mikander, Pia 2012. Othering and the Construction of West: The Descriptions of Two Historical Events in Finnish School Textbooks. Critical Literacy: Theories and Practices 6 (1): 31–45.

Mikander, Pia & Gunilla Holm 2014. Constructing Threats and a Need to Control: Textbook Descriptions of a Growing, Moving World Population. Review of International Geographical Education Online 4 (1): 7–25.

Moussaly, Omer 2016. Edward Saïd, un continuateur de la vision gramscienne du monde [= Edward Saïd as Inheritor of Antonio Gramsci’s Worldview]. RUSCA, Online Social Science Journal 8(1): 111–132.

Moussaly, Omer 2016. Progrès et action collective. Portrait du méliorisme aux États-Unis [= Progress and Collective Action. Portrait of Meliorism in the United States]. Québec: Presses de l’Université Laval.

Moussaly, Omer 2015. Analyses néo-marxistes du phénomène psycho-politique [= Neo-Marxist Analysis of Psycho-Political Phenomena]. Cultures-Kairós Journal 5(1), special issue on Freudian subconscious.

Moussaly, Omer 2015. A Century of Marxist Debates Concerning Capitalism, Imperialism and Imperialist Competition. World Review of Political Economy 6 (4): 482–497.

Moussaly, Omer 2012. Les limites du capitalisme selon Joseph Schumpeter et Karl Marx [= The Limits of Capitalism by Joseph Schumpeter and Karl Marx]. Interventions économiques, 46 (3).

Nowak, Mattias 2013. The Light and Darkness of the Occident: The Contemporary Polish and American Christian Right in a Comparative Perspective. Paper presented at ISA Annual Convention, San Francisco.

Nowak, Mattias 2011. The Polish Christian Right and the Idea of the West. In Barbara Törnquist-Plewa & Krzysztof Stala (eds.), Cultural Transformations After Communism: Central and Eastern Europe in Focus. Lund: Nordic Academic Press, 109–146.

Nowak, Mattias 2009. Perpetrators or Victims?: A Pilot Study of the Contemporary Historical Debate in Poland on the Expulsion of Germans in the Aftermath of the Second World War. In Barbara Törnquist-Plewa & Bo Petersson (eds.), Remembering Europe’s Expelled Peoples of the Twentieth Century. Lund: Centre for European Studies, 76–88.

Pennanen, Henna-Riikka 2016. “Keltainen vaara” uhkana Lännelle, 1894–1900 [= ”The Yellow Peril” as a threat to the West, 1894–1900]. Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 197–217.

Pulkkinen, Oili 2016. Länsi ja Eurooppa skotlantilaisessa valistuksessa [= The West and Europe in the Scottish Enlightenment]. In Jukka Jouhki & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.), Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 78–93.

Salazar, Noel B. 2011. “Tanzanian migration imaginaries”. In Robin Cohen & Gunvor Jónsson (eds.), Migration and culture. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, 673–687.

Spyridakis, Manos & Andreas Streinzer 2017. “Τ.Ε.Μ.-Ένα Ψηφιακό Νόμισμα κατά της Ύφεσης”, στο, Μ.Σπυριδάκης, Η.Κουτσούκου, Α.Μαρινοπούλου (επιμ), Εμπειρίες του Κυβερνοχώρου, Αθήνα: Ι.Σιδέρης. (non peer-reviewed)

Streinzer, Andreas 2018 (forthcoming). Doing Economic Relations Otherwise: Everyday Politics of Solidarity in the TEM Currency Network in Volos, Greece. In Jutta Lauth Bacas & Marion Näser-Lather (eds.), Special Issue of Ethnologia Europaea: “Practices of Resistance and Change in the Mediterranean “.

Streinzer, Andreas 2018 (forthcoming). Relations with the Market: Material and Symbolic Rationales of Getting by in Greece. In Manos Spyridakis (ed.), Market vs Society? Human Principles and Economic Rationale in Changing Times. London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Streinzer, Andreas 2016. Stretching Money to Pay the Bills: The Temporal Modalities and Relational Practices of Getting By in the Greek Economic Crisis. Cambridge Journal of Anthropology 34 (1): 45–57.

Tilli, Jouni 2018 (forthcoming). Descendants of Ishmael, Welfare Surfers, and Economic Assets: Finnish Discourses on Immigration, 2015–2016. In Clarke Rountree & Jouni Tilli (eds), Exodus: Europe on the Edge(s). East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.

Tilli, Jouni 2017. ”Deus Vult!” The Idea of Crusading in Finnish Clerical War Rhetoric, 1941–1944. War in History 24 (3): 362–385.

Tilli, Jouni 2016. Luterilaisten pappien vihollisretoriikkaa jatkosodassa 1941–1944 [= The Enemy Rhetoric of Lutheran Priests during the Continuation War in 1941–1944]. In Jukka Jouhki & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.), Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 114–133.

Tilli, Jouni 2015. Temporizing and Essentializing the Enemy: A Logological Reading of Finnish Lutheran Clerical War Rhetoric. Stasis 3 (2): 252–275.

Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara 2017. Eastern Europe, Western Europe, New Europe, or Just Europe? Changes of Identities in Post-Cold War Europe. In Peter Madsen (ed.), Challenging Identities: European Horizons. London: Routledge, 185–201.

Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara (ed.) 2016. Whose Memory? Which Future? Remembering Ethnic Cleansing and Lost Cultural Diversity in Eastern, Central and Southeastern Europe. Studies in Contemporary European History. New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara 2015. Does the Baltic See Region Have Its Own Identity?. Herito 20 (3): 104–113.

Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara & Niklas Bernsand (eds.) 2012. Painful Pasts and Useful Memories: Remembering and Forgetting in Europe. Lund: Centre for European Studies.

Törnquist-Plewa, Barbara & Krzysztof Kowalski (eds.) 2016. The Europeanization of Heritage and Memories in Poland and Sweden. Krakow: Jagellonian University Press.

Vuorelma, Johanna 2017. Losing Turkey? Narrative Traditions in Western Foreign Policy Analysis. PhD thesis, Politics and International Studies, University of Warwick.

Vuorinen, Marja 2016. Anders Behring Breivikin manifesti “perinteisten länsimaisten arvojen” puolustuksena [= The Manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik as a Defence of “Traditional Western Values”]. In Jukka Jouhki & Henna-Riikka Pennanen (eds.), Länsi: käsite, kertomus ja maailmankuva [= The West: Concept, Narrative, and World View]. Historiallisia tutkimuksia 272. Helsinki: SKS, 134–154.

Vuorinen, Marja 2014. Case Breivik: A Solitary Madman’s Crusade or a Reality Check for Western Democracies?. In Marja Vuorinen, Noora Kotilainen & Aki Huhtinen (eds.), Binaries in Battle: Representations of Division and Conflict. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 164–201.

Yassine, Rachida 2017. Algerian Female Identity Re-constitution and Colonial Language: A Postcolonial Malaise in Assia Djebar’s L’amour, la fantasia. In Claire Eldridge & Rabah Aissaoui (eds.), Algeria Revisited: History, Culture and Identity, 1830 to the Present. UK: Bloomsbury, 118134.

Yassine, Rachida 2017. (En)Gendering Agency across Borders: An Arab Feminist Testimony. Rejoinder, Institute for Research on Women 2 (1).

Yassine, Rachida 2015. Sites of Ambiguity in Colonial Discourse: A Postcolonial Reading of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness. Lamar Journal of the Humanities XL (1).

Yassine, Rachida 2014. Recasting Delacroix’s Femmes d’Alger dans leur Appartement : A Subversive Postcolonial/Feminist Counter-Representation. In Ghadeer Malek & Ghaida Moussa (eds.), Min Fami: Arab Feminist Reflections on Identity, Space, and Resistance. Toronto: INANNA Publications.

Yassine, Rachida 2013. Interstitial Identities or the Trauma of Border Crossing in Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North.  Middle Ground: Journal of Literary and Cultural Encounters 5 (1).

Yassine, Rachida 2011. The Oriental Exotic in Shakespeare’s Plays. Middle Ground: Journal of Literary and Cultural Encounters 4 (1).

Yassine, Rachida 2011. Re-writing the Canon: Aspects of Identity Reconstitution in Postcolonial Contexts. Saarbrücken: Editions Universitaires Européennes.

Yassine, Rachida 2007. Colonial Pictorial Representations of Europe’s Other. Revue Fikr des Sciences Humaines et Sociales 5: 93103.