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Journal of Contemporary European Studies was previously published as Journal of European Area Studies.

Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 19, Number 2, 1 June 2011

Notes on Contributors
pp. 181-181(1)

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Introduction: The European Union and Russia
pp. 183-188(6)
Authors: David, Maxine; Gower, Jackie; Haukkala, Hiski

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A Less than Special Relationship: The UK's Russia Experience
pp. 201-212(12)
Author: David, Maxine

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German Philosophy: A Very Short Introduction
pp. 299-300(2)
Author: Hill, David

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Polish Migration to the UK in the ‘New’ European Union
pp. 300-302(3)
Authors: Woźniak, Wojciech

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Le Rire Européen/European Laughter
pp. 302-303(2)
Author: Parkes, Stuart

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Cinema: A Visual Anthropology
pp. 308-309(2)
Author: Spitz, Markus Oliver

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Anthropology's World: Life in a Twenty-First-Century Discipline
pp. 309-311(3)
Author: Froldi, Alessandro

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Europeanism
pp. 314-316(3)
Author: Biebuyck, William

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Sex, Violence, and the Avant-Garde: Anarchism in Interwar France
pp. 321-322(2)
Author: Windpassinger, Gwendolyn

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Post-Zionism, Post-Holocaust
pp. 322-324(3)
Author: Saletta, Ester

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Living in the End Times
pp. 324-326(3)
Author: Alvizu, J. S.

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