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Peter Lang - International Academic Publishers


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Peter Lang International Academic Publishers specializes in the Humanities and Social Sciences, covering the complete publication spectrum from monographs to student textbooks. We are dedicated to bringing cutting-edge, high-quality and critical research to the academic community around the world. 

With offices in Berne, Brussels, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford and New York as well as several associate editors and representatives in further locations, such as Dublin, Istanbul, Vienna and Warsaw, we publish about 1,800 new titles each year.

Our authors are renowned experts in their fields and all our publications are peer-reviewed. While most of our publications are written in English, French and German, we also publish titles in Italian, Spanish and other languages.


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A History of Political TrialsFrom Humanism to Meta-, Post- and Transhumanism?Handbuch Angewandter DramaturgieThe Making of a Gentleman NaziAfter SpiritualityAnna Haag and her Secret Diary of the Second World WarAttracting AttentionBallet Body NarrativesBetween the Eye and the WorldBourdieu and Data AnalysisCommunication and the EconomyConducting Hermeneutic ResearchCritical Pedagogy, Ecoliteracy, and Planetary CrisisCritically Researching YouthDancing with AbsurdityDeconstructing TwilightDeveloping and Assessing Academic and Professional Writing SkillsDictionary of Film TermsDigital ProxemicsDissent! RefractedDolls StudiesEccentricity and SamenessEmpraktische VernunftErster Weltkrieg: Kindheit, Jugend und LiteraturEthics for a Digital AgeEthik im CyberspaceFirst Language versus Foreign LanguageFrank ConfessionsFrères et sœurs du Moyen Âge à nos jours / Brothers and Sisters from the Middle Ages to the PresentFrom Samos to SohoGamify Your ClassroomStaging the Fascist WarSexual FantasiesPublizistik und Politisierung der Frauenbewegung in der wilhelminischen EpocheKrieg und FriedenPolitics of DissentHumans and AutomataRepresentations of War in Films and NovelsThe Practice of Knowing and Knowing in PracticesSamuel Becketts paradoxe Negativitaet in den Romanen «Molloy», «Malone Dies» und «The Unnamable»Reading Medieval European Women WritersRe-visiting World War INew Ways to Teach and Learn in China and FinlandPost-Tonal Affinities in Piano Works of Bartók, Chen, and CrumbMediated AuthenticityWar/PlayMircea EliadePrincess CulturesTwitter and SocietyGender at WorkPhilosophy for Multisensory Communication and MediaWorld Religions and Their MissionsPublic Relations Case Studies from Around the WorldGlobal NewsJournalism and PRPaulo FreireNeo-PRThe Fat Pedagogy ReaderMovies Change LivesGlobal Media Literacy in a Digital AgeInternational Handbook of Progressive EducationTeaching with DisneyPedagogy of InsurrectionReligionThe World Leaders in EducationOrganizational ListeningThe AntiphilosophersThe Concept of the Soul in Marcel ProustThe Criminal HumanitiesPolitics, Pedagogy and PowerPhilosophy and Critical PedagogyThe Power and Value of MusicWhat Is Film?The (Im)Polite JesusHandbook of Business EthicsThe American President in Film and TelevisionThe Theological Notion of The Human PersonNature: Its Conceptual ArchitectureLa recherche interdisciplinaire sous la loupeNietzsche and DostoevskyVoicing Voluntary ChildlessnessKorean Screen CulturesThe Men with Broken FacesSpiritual Guidance on Mount AthosItaly’s Other WomenHistory and FictionRightly Dividing the Word of TruthThe Global World and its Manifold FacesReframing the History of Family and Kinship: From the Alps towards EuropeMedicine Matters in Five Comedies of ShakespeareOrganizing after CrisisRedesigning LifeSyndicats et dialogue socialThe Ethics of Intercultural CommunicationTranslating Expressive Language in Children’s LiteratureZoltán KodályThe Politics of DubbingDie Todesopfer des DDR-Grenzregimes an der innerdeutschen Grenze 1949–1989News for a Mobile-First ConsumerFarewell to Modernism