In the Journals

Just a FYI to keep us up to date on anthropoliteia “out of place” (i.e. where you normally wouldn’t expect it):

Special Issue: Crime and Madness in Modern Germany

September 2009, Volume 39, No. 3

Guest editors: Ofer Ashkenazi, Udi E. Greenberg, and Jonathan Lewy

Journal of European Studies — Table of Contents (September 2009, 39 [3]).

I’m particularly excited to look at Udi E. Greenberg’s article on Carl Schmitt vs. Walter Benjamin…

Table of Contents

Ashkenazi, O., Greenberg, U., & Lewy, J. (2009). Introduction Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 267-269 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106681

Wetzell, R. (2009). Psychiatry and criminal justice in modern Germany, 1880–1933 Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 270-289 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106682

Ashkenazi, O. (2009). Prisoners’ fantasies in Weimar film: The longing for a rational and just legal system Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 290-304 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106683

Greenberg, U. (2009). Criminalization: Carl Schmitt and Walter Benjamin’s concept of criminal politics Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 305-319 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106684

Hughes, E. (2009). Art and illegality on the Weimar stage: The dances of Celly de Rheydt, Anita Berber and Valeska Gert Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 320-335 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106685

Siemens, D. (2009). Explaining crime: Berlin newspapers and the construction of the criminal in Weimar Germany Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 336-352 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106686

Hall, S. (2009). Youth protection and the prevention of juvenile delinquency: Keeping cinema on the right side of the law Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 353-370 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106687

Lewy, J. (2009). A biological threat or a social disease?: Alcoholism and drug addiction in Nazi Germany Journal of European Studies, 39 (3), 371-385 DOI: 10.1177/0047244109106688

Special issue of the Journal of European Studies: Crime and Madness in Modern Germany

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