Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies (ANZJES) provides a forum for discussion of contemporary European issues and fosters links among those working in the field both in Australia and New Zealand and internationally.

ANZJES addresses the difficult practical and theoretical questions posed by the sheer complexity that is contemporary Europe. It aims to facilitate scholarship on and understanding of contemporary Europe and to promote original research across a broad range of disciplines from the social sciences to cultural studies and the humanities.

Launched in 2008, ANZJES is a scholarly, double-blind peer-refereed publication which reflects the aims of its founding organisations (the Contemporary European Studies Association of Australia and the European Union Studies Association of New Zealand) and is published by the European Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand (ESAANZ) in Melbourne, Australia. Articles published in ANZJES are searchable via Ebscohost and are included in the current Excellence in Research for Australian (ERA) listings.


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Vol 13, No 1 (2021)

This issue showcases a selection of manuscripts presented at the ESAANZ Conference in December 2020.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter
 
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Editor's Note
Peter Morgan
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Articles

Russell Solomon
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Nellie Munin, Ofer Sitbon
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Julian Grimm
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Pablo Cristóbal Jiménez Lobeira
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Alexandra Dunwill
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Alexandra Ludewig
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Binoy Kampmark
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Oscar Eggleton
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George Cadillac
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Sareth Kailas Kumaresan
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Notes on Contributors
 
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