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October 2019 (and successive updates) – DOI-number attribution (volumes 9-15)

As of October 2019, all published materials on Nordicum-Mediterraneum are going to be attributed a DOI number (“Digital Object Identifier”). Operated by Iceland’s National/University Library in Reykjavik, the attribution is to begin with the latest issue, i.e. 14(2)/2019 (cf. list below), and then proceed backwards in time, i.e. 14(1), 13(2), 13(1), etc. The process will take many months. Authors are notified the exact DOI numbers of their contributions as soon as the numbers themselves are communicated to the journal’s editor. In addition, the same numbers are, and will be, published on the journal’s website.

 

VOLUME 15, ISSUE 2

Árgangur 15 Númer 2

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2

A Short Introduction to the Proceedings of the Conference

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.1

Post-Truth, Polarization and Other Emotional Threats to Democracy

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.2

Is Populism an Ideology or a Tool? Of Reason or Passions?

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.3

Emotional Politics – Some notes on anger, resentment and compassion

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.4

Good Prejudice. A Passing Foray in Intellectual History

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.5

“Polite Conversation is now Undesirable”: Peace and Agonism in Georg Johannesen’s Rhetoric

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.6

Fictional Utopias, Dystopias, and the Problem of Evil

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.7

A Reasoned Feeling, beyond the Contrast between Reason and Emotion

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.8

Passions and Society: Do we need a new Galateo?

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.9

Xenophobia, Political Society and the Mechanism of the Imitation of Affects

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.10

Errors in Politics: An analysis of the concept of political error

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.2.11

VOLUME 15, ISSUE 1

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Local Democracy in the West-Nordic Countries 10.33112/nm.15.1.1https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.1

Is There a Secular Hierarchy in the Norwegian Public Sphere?10.33112/nm.15.1.2https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.2

A Curious Case of Culinary Polysemy 10.33112/nm.15.1.3https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.3

The Absolutes that Failed, Creativity and Human Procreation 10.33112/nm.15.1.4https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.4

Ulrike Müßig – Reason and Fairness 10.33112/nm.15.1.5https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.5

Luisa Greenfield et al. (eds.), Artistic Research 10.33112/nm.15.1.6https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.6

Antonio Capurso, Gaetano Crepaldi and Cristiano Capurso 10.33112/nm.15.1.7https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.7

Laura Gustafsson & Terike Haapoja (eds.), A Museum of Nonhumanity 10.33112/nm.15.1.8https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.8

Lorenzo Vidino (ed.), De-Radicalization in the Mediterranean 10.33112/nm.15.1.9https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.9

W. Friese et al. (eds.), Ascending and Descending the Acropolis 10.33112/nm.15.1.10https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.10

Jens Lei Wendel Hansen, Grönlands Amt 10.33112/nm.15.1.11https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.11

Mia Arp Falov & Cory Blad (eds.), Social Welfare Responses in a Neoliberal Era 10.33112/nm.15.1.12https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.12

Franziska Ehnert, Climate Policy in Denmark, Germany, Estonia and Poland, Ideas 10.33112/nm.15.1.13https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.13

Ole Høiris, Ole Marquard and Gitte Adler Reimer (eds.), Grønlændernes syn på Danmark 10.33112/nm.15.1.14https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.14

Cyrus Rohani & Behrooz Sabet (eds.), Winds of Change: The Challenge of Modernity 10.33112/nm.15.1.15https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.15

Steve Cochrane, Asia’s Forgotten Christian Story 10.33112/nm.15.1.16https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.16

Asger Sørensen, Capitalism, Alienation and Critique 10.33112/nm.15.1.17https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.17

Alexandra Délano Alonso, From Here and There 10.33112/nm.15.1.18https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.18

Sheila Bransfield, The Man Who Discovered Antarctica 10.33112/nm.15.1.19https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.19

Kamrul Hossain, José Miguel Roncero Martín and Anna Petrétei 10.33112/nm.15.1.20https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.20

A. Shibata et al. (eds.), Emerging Legal Orders in the Arctic 10.33112/nm.15.1.21https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.21

Elana Wilson Rowe, Arctic Governance 10.33112/nm.15.1.22https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.22

Simon Marsden, Protecting the Third Pole 10.33112/nm.15.1.23https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.23

Ulrik Pram Gad and Jeppe Stransbjerg (eds.) The Politics of Sustainability 10.33112/nm.15.1.24https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.24

Donald R. Rothwell, Arctic Ocean Shipping 10.33112/nm.15.1.25https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.25

Nikolas Sellheim, The Seal Hunt: Cultures, Economies and Legal Regimes 10.33112/nm.15.1.26https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.26

Andrea Kollnitz, Per Stounbjerg, Tania Orum 10.33112/nm.15.1.27https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.27

Þorsteinn Helgason, The Corsairs’ Longest Voyage 10.33112/nm.15.1.28https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.28

Anastasia Stratigea and Dimitris Kavroudakis 10.33112/nm.15.1.29https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.29

Pacta servanda sunt? 10.33112/nm.15.1.30https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.30

Minority Claims in Multicultural Societies: 10.33112/nm.15.1.31https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.31

On a Conversation between Socrates and Meno 10.33112/nm.15.1.32https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.32

Populism as an Essentially Contested Concept or 10.33112/nm.15.1.33https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.33

North and South – And a Traveler from In-Between 10.33112/nm.15.1.34https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.15.1.34

 

 

 

VOLUME 14, ISSUES 2 AND 1

Árgangur 14 Númer 2

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2

An introduction to the proceedings of the conference “‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’: The rhetoric of ‘othering’ from Aristotle to Frank Westerman”

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.1

Us and Them: The Logic of Othering from Pink Floyd to Populists

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.2

Conversion and Inclusiveness

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.3

Diversity, Otherness and the Politics of Recognition

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.4

In Lightning Memory: A Philosophical Dictionary à la Baroncelli

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.5

The Other

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.6

The Rhetoric of Identity in Right- and Left-wing Populism: A Brief Survey

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.7

Polarization and the Role of Digital Media

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.8

Flavio Baroncelli: A Personal Recollection

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.9

Us vs. Them: Ideology and Discourse

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.10

Political Cohesion, Friendship and Hostility

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.11

The Changing Feelings of Otherness: Surprise, empathy, hostility as evidenced in Frank Westerman’s El negro and me

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.2.12

Árgangur 14 Númer 1

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1

Social Media – A Vehicle for Personalisation in Politics

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.1

The Power of the Camera-Presenting Politicians

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.2

Shaping an Image of Europe: Half Way Over Iceland

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.3

Andreas Raspotnik, The European Union and the Geopolitics of the Arctic

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.4

Jarich Oosten & Barbara Helen Miller (eds.), Traditions, Traps and Trends. Transfer of Knowledge in Arctic Regions

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.5

Nancy Isenberg, White Trash. The 400-Year Untold History of Class in America

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.6

Yanis Varoufakis, Adults in the Room. My Battle with Europe’s Deep Establishment

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.7

Jacob Dahl Rendtorff, Cosmopolitan Business Ethics. Towards a Global Ethos of Management

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.8

Basit Bilal Koshul, Max Weber and Charles Peirce: At the Crossroads of Sciences, Philosophy, and Culture

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.9

Hilmar Þór Hilmarsson, The Economic Crisis and its Aftermath in the Nordic and Baltic Countries: Do As We Say and Not As We Do

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.10

John V.H. Dippel, To the Ends of the Earth: The Truth behind the Glory of Polar Exploration

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.11

Klaus Dodds, Alan D Hemmings and Peder Roberts (eds.), Handbook on the Politics of Antarctica

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.12

Duncan Depledge, Britain and the Arctic

10.33112/nm.14.1.13

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.13

G. Baruchello et al. (eds.), No One Is An Island: An Icelandic Perspective (Newcastle upon Tyne

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.14

Jordi Jaria i Manzano, Nathalie Chalifour and Louis J. Kotzé (eds.), Energy, Governance and Sustainability

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.15

Marina Ngursangzeli Behera, Michael Biehl and Knud Jørgensen (eds.), Mission in Secularised Contexts of Europe

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.16

Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough, Danielle Marie Cudmore and Stefan Donecker

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.17

War through (International) Law? Some Neo-rhetoric of “Othering” in the European “De jure belli ac pacis” Context

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.18

Ósýnileiki barna sem leita alþjóðlegrar verndar á Íslandi í fylgd foreldra

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.14.1.19

VOLUME 13, ISSUES 2 AND 1

Árgangur 13 Númer 2

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2

An Introductory Note

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.1

Human Rights as Part of the Human Security of Ukraine

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.2

Religious Belief, Human Rights, and Social Democracy: Catholic Reflections on Abortion in Iceland

10.33112/nm.13.2.3

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.3

Citizenship Deprivation: A Violation of Human Rights?

10.33112/nm.13.2.4

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.4

Democracy Put to the Test of Age: A Case Study Concerning the Dysfunction of Modern Democracy

10.33112/nm.13.2.5

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.5

Democracy, Human Rights and the UN-Human Rights-Based Approach

10.33112/nm.13.2.6

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.6

A Note on the Origins of Human Rights: Bartolomé de las Casas and Francisco de Vitoria

10.33112/nm.13.2.7

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.7

The Human Right to Freedom of Religion in the Polish Education System

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.2.8

Árgangur 13 Númer 1

10.33112/nm.13.1

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1

The Impact of Amalgamations on Services in Icelandic Municipalities

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.1

Underemployment of Immigrant Women in Iceland – A case study

10.33112/nm.13.1.2

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.2

Leif Christian Jensen & Geir Hønneland (eds.), 2017 Handbook of the Politics of the Arctic

10.33112/nm.13.1.3

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.3

Michela Betta, Ethicmentality: Ethics in Capitalist Economy, Business, and Society

10.33112/nm.13.1.4

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.4

Brendan Myers, Reclaiming Civilization: A case for optimism for the future of humanity. A Study of the Sacred, Part Three

10.33112/nm.13.1.5

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.5

Alain Badiou and Marcel Gauchet, What Is To Be Done? A Dialogue on Communism, Capitalism, and the Future of Democracy

10.33112/nm.13.1.6

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.6

Collin Crouch, Governing Social Risk in Post-crisis Europe

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.7

Timo Koivurova, QIN Tianbao, Sébastien Duyck & Tapio Nykänen (eds.), Arctic Law and Governance: The Role of China and Finland

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.8

Lydia B. Amir, Humor and the Good Life in Modern Philosophy. Shaftesbury, Hamann, Kierkegaard

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.9

A Theory of Citizenship Rights. Formal Membership in the Framework of (in)determinability of European Union Values

10.33112/nm.13.1.10

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.13.1.10

VOLUME 12, ISSUES 1, 2, 3 AND 4

Árgangur 12 Númer 1

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1

Titill greinar

The Icesave Dispute: A Case Study into the Crisis of Diplomacy during the Credit Crunch

10.33112/nm.12.1.1

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.1

Rule of Law and Transparency in Modern Norwegian Whaling (2006-2015)

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.2

Immigrants’ Experiences of Happiness and Well-being in Northern Iceland

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.3

Interpretation of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights by Human Rights Bodies in Times of Economic Distress

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.4

Scott Mackenzie & Anna Westerståhl Stenport (eds.), Films on Ice: Cinemas of the Arctic

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.5

John McMurtry, La fase cancerígena del capitalismo, de la crisis a la cura

10.33112/nm.12.1.6

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.6

Asger Sørensen, Capitalism, Alienation and Critique

10.33112/nm.12.1.7

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.7

Nicholas Walton, Genoa “La Superba”. The rise and fall of a merchant pirate superpower

10.33112/nm.12.1.8

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.8

Tea Torbenfeldt Bengtsson, Morten Frederiksen & Jørgen Elm Larsen (eds.), The Danish Welfare State.

10.33112/nm.12.1.9

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.9

Dagmar Kutsar & Marjo Kuronen (eds.), Local Welfare Policy Making in European Cities

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.11

Hans Chr. Garmann Johnsen, Stina Torjesen & Richard Ennals (eds.), Higher Education in a Sustainable Society.

10.33112/nm.12.1.12

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.12

Gregor Thüsing & Gerrit Forst (eds.), Whistleblowing: A comparative study

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.13

Maurizio Isabella & Konstantina Zanou (eds.), Mediterranean Diasporas: Politics and Ideas in the Long 19th Century

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.14

Donald R Rothwell & Tim Stephens, The International Law of the Sea

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.15

Geir Hønneland, Russia and the Arctic: Environment, Identity and Foreign Policy & Leif Christian Jensen

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.16

Shawn Selway, Nobody Here Will Harm You. Mass Medical Evacuation from the Eastern Arctic, 1950-1965

10.33112/nm.12.1.17

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.17

Rune Frederiksen, Elizabeth R. Gebhard & Alexander Sokolicek (eds.)

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.18

Classical Political Philosophy and the Crisis of Modernity – An alternative to the competition State

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.19

An interview with Yasmine Samir Kelada, Deputy Director at BibAlex Visitors Department

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.20

From Marco Polo to Cristoforo Colombo and Cipango-America Before 1492

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.1.21

Árgangur 12 Númer 2

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2

Titill greinar

Human Rights and International Relations. Some Remarks

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.1

On the Margins of Citizenship: The Refugee Crisis and the Transformation of Identities in Europe

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.2

The Politics of Victimhood in Human Rights Violations: The Case of the Erased Residents of Slovenia

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.3

Humanity and Human Rights: The Contours of International Law

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.4

Human Rights Education for Lawyers: A Case Study into Universality and Its Relativism

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.5

The Council of Europe Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence against

10.33112/nm.12.2.6

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.6

Protestant Origins of Human Rights Challenged

10.33112/nm.12.2.7

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.7

Brexit Coup d’Etat: Tracking the Overthrow of EU Rule of Law in Britain

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.2.8

Árgangur 12 Númer 3

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3

Titill greinar

The Rhetoric of Prejudice: Can Europe Still Be Inclusive? Some Remarks

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.1

Populism, Prejudice and the Rhetoric of Privilege

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.2

Prejudice and Presupposition in Offensive Language

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.3

Poets/Trump/Philosophers: Reflections on Richard Rorty’s Liberalism, Ten Years after His Death

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.4

Prejudices, Philosophies and Language: Spinoza and His Strategies of Liberation

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.5

Inner Speech and Prejudice in Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.6

Exercising Empathy: Ancient Rhetorical Tools for Intercultural Communication

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.3.7

Árgangur 12 Númer 4

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4

Titill greinar

Speech of Dr. Luigi Patronaggio, Chief Prosecutor of Agrigento

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4.3

Isis, the Shadow of the West (Mediterranean 2017: The roots of hatred)

10.33112/nm.12.4.4

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4.4

Politics as Soul Therapy

10.33112/nm.12.4.5

https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4.5

Universal Evil and Individual Good: From Chaos to Cosmos

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4.6

Thinking of the Shadow. Conceptions of Cruelty in the History of Western Thought

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.12.4.7

 

VOLUME 11, ISSUES 1, 2 AND 3

 

Árgangur 11 Númer 1

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1

Titill greinar

Site-specific Perception

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1.1

When the Treasury and its Models Seize Power

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1.2

Little Italy: Seeking a Niche in International Arctic Relations

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1.3

Holger Fleischer, Jesper Lau Hansen & Wolf-Georg Ringe

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1.4

Margareth Hagen & Margery Vibe Skagen

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https://doi.org/10.33112/nm.11.1.5

Rachael Lorna Johnstone, Offshore Oil and Gas Development

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Erik Westholm, Karin Beland Lindahl & Florian Kraxner

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Jacob Dahl Rendtorff, French Philosophy and Social Theory

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C.M. Hall & J. Saarinen (eds.), Tourism and Change in Polar

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Leive Lund, Yang Jian & Iselin Stensdal

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István Sandor, Fiduciary Property Management and the Trust

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Rikke Andreassen & Kathrine Vitus

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Tom Houston, My Story with Governance

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Ulf Blossing, Gunn Imsen & Lejf Moos

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Steinar Imsen (ed.), The Norwegian Dominion and the Norse

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Uttam Kumar Sinha & Jo Inge Bekkevold

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Pävi Naskali, Marjaana Seppänen & Shahnaj Begum

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Nükhet Varlik, Plague and Empire in the Early Modern

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Ann Christys, Vikings in the South

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Klaus Dodds & Mark Nuttall, The Scramble for the Poles

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Maria Sommer & Dion Sommer, Care, Socialization

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Francesco Sangriso, Snorri Sturluson Heimskringla

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Gina Dahl, Libraries and Enlightenment

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Martin Hilpert et al. (eds.), New Trends in Nordic and General

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Michael Böss (ed.), Conflicted Pasts and National Identities

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Paul Caruana Galizia, Mediterranean Labor Markets

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Richard C. Powell & Klaus Dodds, Polar Geopolitics

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Douglas C Nord, The Arctic Council

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Peter Hough, International Politics of the Arctic

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G.T. Svendsen, Trust – Reflections 1 & H.H. Knoop

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Matte Svart Kristiansen & Kate Giles

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Ingvill Helland & Sören Koch

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Barbara Fuchs & Emily Weissbourd

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Kristjan Ahronson, Into the Ocean

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Caspar Jørgensen & Morten Pedersen

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U. Blossing, G. Imsen & L. Moos (eds.), The Nordic Education Model

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The Invention of the Nordic Cuisine

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Mapping the Unknown

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Árgangur 11 Númer 2

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Titill greinar

No one is an island: Iceland and the International Community

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Monitoring and Evaluation of Health System Strengthening

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Twelve Years an Editor – Almost.

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Little Fish, Big Pond

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The EU’s Open Arms and Small States

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Árgangur 11 Númer 3

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Titill greinar

An introductory note

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Understanding Technology?

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Arguments for the Normative Validity of Human Rights

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The Discourse on Human Rights and the International

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The Economic Ethics of Arthur Fridolin Utz

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Whistleblowing as Employee’s Freedom of Speech

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Human Rights. The question of origins

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The Fourth Age of Political Communication

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From Piketty’s Capital to Marx’s das Kapital

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VOLUME 10, ISSUES 1, 2 and 3

Árgangur 10 Númer 1

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Titill greinar

An interview with Kristján Jóhannsson

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A personal memoir by Róbert R. Spanó

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A personal memoir by Þóra Arnórsdóttir

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What is True? What is False?

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Icelandic Journalists & the Question of Professionalism

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Freedom of the Press – Two Concepts

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Free Speech, Freedom of the Press

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IMMI and Whistleblowing in Iceland

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Tamyko Ysa, Joan Colom, Adrià Albareda

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Monika Djerf-Pierre & Mats Ekström, A history

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Zbigniew Wozniak, The Elderly in Social Policy

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Suzie Navot, The Constitution of Israel

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Stephen Hastings-King, Looking for the Proletariat

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Iván Siklósi, A nemlétez?, érvénytelen és hatálytalan

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Pia Guldager Bilde & Mark L. Lawall (eds.)

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Pieter Bevelander & Bo Petersson (eds.), Crisis

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Sven-Olof Olsson (ed.), Managing Crises

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Gaetano Roberto Buccola, Forme del centro

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Jón Ólafsson (ed.), Lýðræðistilraunir. Ísland í hruni

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Mathias L. Pedersen & Jakob Christoffersen

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Lucy Grig & Gavin Kelly (eds.), Two Romes

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Donald W. Jones, Economic Theory and the Ancient

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David Emmanuel Singh (ed.), Jesus

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Francesca Bregoli, Mediterranean Enlightenment

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Kári á Rógvi, West-Nordic Constitutional

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Marlene Laruelle, Russia’s Arctic Strategies

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Francesco Giacomantonio, Sociologia

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Per Eliasson, KG Hammarlund, Erik Lund

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Beyond the Cold-War Reprise of the Arctic

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The Unconscious and the Island

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A note on the forthcoming volume “Romanian

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Árgangur 10 Númer 2

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Titill greinar

A Presentation of IDIN

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Enemies of Interculturalism

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Nation-building in the Scandinavian Welfare State

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Postcultural Communication?

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Teaching History in a multicultural society

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The Cultural Heritage of Interculturalism

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Pragmatic Universalism

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Árgangur 10 Númer 3

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Titill greinar

“Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities…”

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“Europe’s Constitutional Law in Times of Crisis

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Critique of War Reason.

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Peter Koslowski’s Ethics and Economics or Ethical Economy

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Can Macroeconomics and Ideology Be Separated?

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Do Digital Systems and Concepts in Modern Public Service…

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Environmental Ethics.

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Piketty’s Capital. The Revival of Political Philosophy…

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VOLUME 9, ISSUES 1, 2, 3 and 4

Árgangur 9 Númer 1

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Titill greinar

New Realities of Political Communications in Iceland and Norway

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Translation as Critique of “Cultural Sameness”

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On Loanwords of Latin Origin in Contemporary Icelandic

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Framing Integration – from Welfare to Citizenship

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Learning Danish(ness): Constructing Cultural Difference

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De l’idéal démocratique. Les Anciens et les Modernes

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Gabór Hamza, Origine e sviluppo degli ordinamenti…

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Duncan Light, The Dracula Dilemma

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Natalia Loukacheva (ed.), Polar Law Textbook II

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Aoife Nolan, Rory O’Connell, Colin Harvey (eds.)

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Ingerid S. Straume (ed.), Danningens filosofihistorie

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Erik S. Reinert & Francesca Lidia Viano (eds.)

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Dom Holdaway & Filippo Trentin (eds.)

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Þorlákur Axel Jónsson, Dagur Austan.

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Michele Renee Salzman, Marvina A.

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Hannele Niemi, Auli Toom and Arto Kallioniemi (eds.)

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Kathryn Kraft, Searching for Heaven in the Real World

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Jan Philipp Sternberg, Auswanderungsland Bundesrepublik.

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Tormod Engelsviken, Ernst Harbakk, Rolv Olsen & Thor Strandenæs (eds.)

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J. Alcamo & J.E. Olesen (eds.), Life in Europe Under Climate Change

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R. Bohlin, De Osynliga. Det Europas fattiga arbetarklass;

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Michael Byers, International Law and the Arctic

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Timo Koivurova, Introduction to International Environmental Law

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A response to Adam Langridge’s ‘review’ of…

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Regaining Iceland for the Catholic Church…

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The Activist, the Ideologist and the Researcher.

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Winning the War of the World

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The Sardinian Literary Spring: An Overview.

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Árgangur 9 Númer 2

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Titill greinar

Opening Statement by the Rector of the University of Akureyri

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Experimenting with Psychotherapy

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On the Range or Scope of [Moral] Action

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Ethics and Ego: East-West Perceptions of Morality

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What is Morality? Pascal’s Heartfelt Answer

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Deweyan Democracy: The Epistemic Context

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Global Ethics in Theory and in Practice: The Case of The Responsibility to Protect (R2P)

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Stjórnmál og vísindi: eða af hverju er stundum bullað svona mikið?

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On Justice. Equal Rights (jafnrétti), Equal Position (jafnræði) and Equality (jöfnuður)

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Ethics in Crimes and Misdemeanors

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Framlag Mikaels M. Karlssonar til heimspeki á Íslandi og til Háskólans á Akureyri

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What is Morality? Colloquium in Honour of Mikael M. Karlsson

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Árgangur 9 Númer 3

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Titill greinar

Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas

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The Picture—Small and Big: Iceland and the Crises

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From War to Financial Crisis – Analyzed with Critical Systems Theory

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The Importance of Responsibility in Times of Crisis

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Has the Competition among Professions in the Nordic Welfare States Intensified?

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Trust vs. Crisis

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Species Egalitarianism and the Environment

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Social Entrepreneurship and Capitalist Crisis

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Crisis and Environmental Philosophy

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The European Constitution: sovereignty, legitimacy and constituent power

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From Critical Theory to Critical Hermeneutics

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Árgangur 9 Númer 4

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Titill greinar

Papers from the NSU Summer session of 2014 – study group 3

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Values, Attitudes and Nature

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Responsibility: The First Virtue of Innovation?

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Reflections on Castoriadis’ “The Crisis of Modern Society”

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The World of Wars: Risky Systems – A second-order observation of future wars

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The Crash Course from Iceland

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Thomas Piketty – The Adam Smith of the Twenty-First Century?

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The Paradigmatic Struggle for Legitimacy of the Danish Welfare State

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An Apology for Philosophy: On the contested relationship between truth and politics

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September 2019 – Issue 14(2)

This special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum contains the proceedings of the international conference entitled “‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’: The rhetoric of ‘othering’ from Aristotle to Frank Westerman”, which was held at the University of Genoa, Italy, in November 2018. Hosted by the Department of Philosophy and chaired by Prof. Mirella Pasini, the conference commemorated the 10th anniversary of the death of Prof. Flavio Baroncelli (1944-2007), a long-time teacher at the University of Genoa, a famed public figure in the Italian media of his time, an accomplished specialist in moral philosophy, and a forceful promoter of teacher- and student-exchanges between Iceland and Italy.

March 2019 – Issue 14(1)

The regular issue 14(1)/2019 comprises two new articles that underwent double blind peer-review, one conference paper, one monograph-length contribution, an additional essay written in Icelandic and a rich collection of reviews of recent scientific and scholarly books, many of which deal with Arctic-related issues. (One belated review concerns an older book, but is published nonetheless for the sake of respect to the book’s author and publishers.)

As regards the new peer-reviewed articles (by Birgir Guðmundsson & Baldur Sverrisson, and by Henrik Juel), both of them focus on recent political events from the perspective of rhetorical analysis and communication studies, whether applied on a national scale (i.e. Iceland) or an international one. The conference paper (by Nikola Tutek) deals instead with Iceland in contemporary Canadian literature and originates from the conference “Exploring Canada: Exploits & Encounters”, organised by the Nordic Association of Canadian Studies and held at the University of Akureyri in August 2018. The lengthy non-refereed contribution (by Enrico Arona) tackles fundamental theoretical issues arising in international law in connection with warfare, terrorism and transnational migration. The additional non-refereed essay (by Helga Guðmundsdóttir, Jónína Einarsdóttir & Geir Gunnlaugsson), which is published in the present issue of our journal for the sake of prompt and wide dissemination within Iceland, tackles instead the related topic of immigrant children’s welfare in Iceland and whether the existing institutional provisions within the nation may be adequate or not; it is their authors’ hope that this article may facilitate the local discussion and resolution of the problematic aspects identified by their research.

We thank most warmly all contributors for their good work and their collaboration with Nordicum-Mediterraneum.

November 2018 – Issue 13(2)

This special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum contains selected proceedings from three research circles within the Nordic Summer University (NSU): Human Rights and International RelationsUnderstanding Migration in Nordic and Baltic Countries and Patterns of Dysfunction in Contemporary Democracies; Impact on Human Rights and Governance. The meetings took place in Saulkrasti, Latvia, from 29/7 to 2/8 2017 and in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 2/2 to 4/2 2018.

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March 2018 – Two new issues: 12(4) & 13(1)

Two new issues of Nordicum-Mediterraneum are being released in March 2018.

The former, special issue 12(4), comprises proceedings from the conference “The Sick Action. Shadows of the World, Shadows of Mankind”, held in Palermo, Italy, on the 9th and 10th of June 2017, and organised by the Sneffels Psychoanalytic Circle of Palermo in collaboration with Italian and Icelandic institutions.

The latter, regular issue 13(1), comprises two new articles on recent socio-economic trends in Iceland (both of which underwent double blind peer review) as well as several book reviews and one essay-length additional contribution presenting an original theory of citizenship rights. We thank all contributors and collaborators for their good work.

August 2017 – Two special issues

Two new special issues of Nordicum-Mediterraneum are being released in August 2017.

The former, issue 12(2), comprises proceedings from the latest symposium of the research circle n. 5 of the Nordic Summer University, “International Relations and Human Rights”, held in Wroclaw, Poland, this February.

The latter, issue 12(3), comprises proceedings from the international conference “The Rhetoric of Prejudice: Can Europe be still inclusive?”, held at the University of Genoa, Italy, this May.

We thank all contributors and collaborators for their good work.

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March 2017 – Issue 12(1)

The new regular issue 12(1)/2017 comprises four new articles that underwent double blind peer review, three additional contributions (two of which of article-length), and a rich collection of reviews of recent scientific and scholarly literature, including three publications dealing specifically with Arctic issues. As regards the four new articles, the first one, written by Eirikur Bergmann, discusses the legal and political intricacies surrounding the notorious Icesave dispute, i.e. one of the many poisoned fruits inherited by the Icelandic polity after several years of deregulated finance in the 2000s and the internationally televised dramatic collapse of the nation’s recently privatised banking sector in 2008. The second article, authored by Kristin Tiili and Annalien Ramakers, addresses the good-governance-related issue of transparency in the making, enforcing and reviewing of laws concerning whaling in contemporary Norway. The third one, penned by Stéphanie Barillé and Markus Meckl, offers an articulate statistical survey of the high levels of happiness and wellbeing recorded among immigrants in today’s northern Iceland; in essence, it is a rare case of sociological investigation presenting a positive account of a current state of affairs rather than a problematic one. The fourth one, written by Vasiliki Saranti, looks at the post-2008 slump from the south, for it focuses on the application of human rights legislation to the case of hard-hit Greece and in particular to the dire fate of economic, social and cultural rights in the face of prolonged austerity policies. Concerning the additional article-length contributions, one focuses upon the notion of the “competition state”, which so much currency seems to have gained in the Danish political language over recent times (Jacob Dahl Rendtorff), another is an interview with the deputy director at the new national library of Alexandria in Egypt (Rosella Perugi), whilst the third one opens a long-awaited English-language window over the much-debated research by one of Italy’s leading experts on the famous Genoese explorer, Christopher Columbus (Ruggero Marino).

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November 2016 – Issue 11(3)

This special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum contains selected proceedings from the meetings of two Nordic Summer University research circles: Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas and Human Rights and International Relations.

Once again, Nordicum-Mediterraneum was chosen by the Nordic Summer University as the venue to make the dissemination of the research circles’ output available to the international academic community in a prompt, convenient and totally open-access manner. We are proud and grateful for the continuing collaboration.

The introductory note of this special issue was penned by Drs. Mogens Chrom Jacobsen and Øjvind Larsen, who are respectively the coordinators of the two research circles, i.e. #3 (Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas) and #5 (Human Rights and International Relations).

Please visit the following page to read the new special issue: http://nome.unak.is/wordpress/volume-11-no-3-2016/

Welcome, New Webmasters – Thank You, Old Webmaster!

In its eleven years of life, Nordicum-Mediterraneum has relied primarily upon two persons, namely its editor and its webmaster, Mr Fabrizio Veneziano of Schiller International University in Paris, France. As of today, Mr Veneziano steps down qua webmaster and the IT Services Department of the University of Akureyri replace him. On behalf of the Editorial Board and of myself, I welcome the latter and thank most warmly the former, whose hard work, attention to detail and technical competence have been fundamental for the journal’s existence and success.

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May 2016 – Issue 11(2)

The University of Akureyri and Akureyri Academy held the Conference entitled “No one is an island: Iceland and the International Community” at the University of Akureyri on the 19th of March 2016, in collaboration with the Ministry for Foreign Affairs. The conference addressed the subject of Iceland in the International Community on a broad basis, featuring a variety of perspectives on the subject from academics, officials and NGOs. The conference was a forum for discussion on the position of Iceland in the International Community, inasmuch as the position, influence and interests of Iceland in international relations are currently and will continue to be important issues. Select papers presented at the conference were collected and published in the proceedings  available on our website qua special issue nr. 11(2)/2016.

March 2016 – Two new issues

In March 2016 two issues of Nordicum-Mediterraneum are being published simultaneously.

The first one, special issue 10(3), contains select proceedings from the third meeting of the Nordic Summer University’s research circle called “Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas”, held April 9th—12th, 2015 at the Lysebu Conference Centre in Oslo, Norway. The circle’s research programme runs from 2014 to 2016 and is aimed at examining the concept of crisis as it is used today in academia and public discussions. The published contributions originate in the social sciences, economics included, and legal studies.

The second one, regular issue 11(1), comprises three new articles, which underwent double blind peer-review, two additional article-length contributions and a rich collection of reviews of recent scientific and scholarly literature, one third of which dealing with the Polar regions. As regards the three new articles, the first one, written by Jesper Jespersen, discusses and criticises recent Danish macroeconomic policy and the econometric models upon which the policy has been based; the second, authored by Carsten Friberg, makes an original use of Baumgarten’s aesthetics in order to explain the truth behind the seemingly odd claim that Nordic perception differs from Mediterranean perception; the third one offers an overview and a critical analysis of the Arctic policy statement recently released by the Italian government, Towards an Italian Strategy for the Arctic (Rachael Lorna Johnstone & Federica Scarpa). Concerning the additional article-length contributions, one focuses upon contemporary trends in Nordic cuisine (Francesco Mangiapane), another on Western conceptions of the North (Gianluca Pulsoni). We thank all the authors for their good work.

It should be noted that, as of this month, Nordicum-Mediterraneum migrated onto a new software platform because of security hazards. Unforeseen glitches keep being discovered, unfortunately. We apologise for any technical problems that our readers may encounter and we invite them to contact the journal’s webmaster in order to notify these problems at once and, hopefully, have them fixed promptly.

2015 – Ten years of Nordicum-Mediterraneum

The 2015 regular issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum celebrates the journal’s first decade with three special contributions by noted Icelanders who, for professional or personal reasons, have very close ties with Italy: the celebrated tenor Kristján Jóhannsson; the ECHR judge and jurist Róbert Spanó; and the TV journalist, anchorwoman  and former presidential candidate Þóra Arnórsdóttir. In addition,  a selection of papers from an Akureyri-based international conference on freedom of the press, three interviews and many book reviews further enrich this celebratory issue.

The 2015 special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum comprises six papers and an introductory note concerning the NordForsk-funded IDIN network of 2011-2014, which brought together specialists in different areas of the human and social sciences in order engage in discussions about immigration in an inter-cultural perspective. The principal objective of the research network was to analyse the insufficient theoretical characterisation of the received categories (universalism and multiculturalism and connected theories such as liberalism and pluralism) that have been used to explain and regulate the relations between the ethnically defined majority and the ethnically defined minorities within the same society, with particular reference to the Nordic context and the so-called “Scandinavian model”.

2014 Issues

 

 

NOVEMBER 2014

  

In this special issue of our journal, several conference papers are published that are based upon lectures delivered by members of the NSU study group called “Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas” at the 2014 NSU Summer Session, held between 24th July and 31st July 2014 in Sauðárkrókur, Northern Iceland. The overall theme of the meeting was the notion of crisis, broadly and differently understood, though special attention was paid to the sub-theme entitled “Neoliberalism, Economic Crisis and a New Economy”The general discussion was a continuation of the work by the same NSU study group on topics such as: the concept of crisis; democracy in crisis: the European Union and the public sector; crisis, existence and culture; crisis in the Arctic (especially climate change and environmental issues); crisis and the paradoxes of new technologies; globalization and crisis. Given the defining spirit and the stated mission of Nordicum-Mediterraneum, which fosters and investigates cultural exchanges between Nordic and Mediterranean countries, it should be noted that some of the lectures published hereby were delivered by Nordic-based academics making extensive use of Mediterranean scholarship and thinkers (e.g. Lyotard, Castoriadis, Piketty). We thank all participants for their contribution. 

 

 

 

 

JUNE 2014 

 

This special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum contains the proceedings from the first meeting of the third NSU study group called “Crisis and Crisis Scenarios: Normativity, Possibilities and Dilemmas”, held March 14-16 2014 at the Lysebu Conference Centre in Oslo, Norway, and having a research programme that runs from 2014 to 2016 aimed at examining the concept of crisis as this is used today in academia’s many declinations. In this collection of papers we present some of the different ways in which the topic of the study group has been addressed.

 

 

 

MARCH 2014

 

This year, two issues of Nordicum-Mediterraneum are published jointly in the month of March.

 

The former, issue 9(1), is the regular annual issue of our scholarly journal. It contains six new articles that passed our blind peer-review process of assessment, for which we thank the collaborators acting as referees. In addition, it comprises several book reviews, one authorial reply to a book review published previously and four further contributions. Among them, one is the first installment of a much longer historical study about the return of Catholicism to Iceland, in the true spirit of the exchanges between Northern and Southern Europe constituting the original research theme of Nordicum-Mediterraneum. Another is the keynote speech at the 2014 Zeitgeist international conference, held this month at the University of Toronto, by FSRC fellow Prof. John McMurtry, who thus continues and enriches his contribution to the journal’s ongoing reflection on the economic crisis. Naturally, we thank all contributors to this new regular issue of the journal.

 

The latter, issue 9(2), contains some rather special conference proceedings. March 26th, 2013 marked the 70th birthday of Mikael Karlsson, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Iceland and former Dean of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at the University of Akureyri, which publishes Nordicum-Mediterraneum. The same year marked also the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at the University of Akureyri, under Mikael Karlsson’s leadership. To celebrate this twofold festive occasion, the local School of Humanities and Social Sciences, which is the direct descendent of that 2003-born Faculty, organised on April 19th, 2013 a colloquium in Mikael Karlsson‘s honour. Researchers from within and beyond Iceland delivered presentations related to the colloquium’s theme – “what is morality?” (chosen by Prof. Karlsson himself) or on other topics related to his philosophical interests. One presentation was devoted entirely to Mikael Karlsson’s manifold and significant contributions to the University of Akureyri and to the practice of philosophy in Iceland. The opening address by the Rector of the University of Akureyri, Stefán B. Sigurðsson, and the official programme of the colloquium are also included in this special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum, which wishes to record and reinforce such a twofold festive occasion and, especially, honour further Mikael Karlsson, to whom the Icelandic academic community owes so much.

2013 Issues

 

 

NOVEMBER 2013  

Issue 8(3) – 2013 Special issue #2

 

The study group number three of the Nordic Summer University (NSU), called “Towards a New Ethical Imagination. Political and Social Values in a Cosmopolitan World Society”, held its last meeting, in a cycle of six, at the Sunnmøre Folkehøgskule in Ålesund, Norway, from July 29 to August 5, 2013. The special topic chosen for the last meeting was good governance, although the group’s traditional areas of study of the research group — ethics, cosmopolitanism, sustainability — were amply covered as well. Many interesting and useful discussions took place at the summer meeting in Ålesund, for which the organisers are extremely grateful. The present special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum contains only a selection of the papers presented on the occasion or prepared for the meeting and made available to the participants on a later date. In keeping with the spirit of the journal, most papers published in this special issue are tokens of Nordic scholarship on Mediterranean thinkers and themes, given subjects such as Greece’s 2010 Loan Agreements, the ethics of public administration vis-à-vis the global scourge of corruption, early-modern Continental diplomatic traditions established in Colbertine France, the environemntalist thought of the Israeli War of Independence’s veteran Hans Jonas, and contemporary French and Italian political philosophy. The editorial team of Nordicum-Mediterraneum salutes the NSU study group number three and thanks its members for the fruitful collaboration enjoyed over the past three years.

 

 

JUNE 2013 

Issue 8(2) – 2013 Special issue #1

 

The study group number three of the Nordic Summer University (NSU), called “Towards a New Ethical Imagination. Political and Social Values in a Cosmopolitan World Society”, held its annual Winter meeting at the University of Akureyri, Iceland, March 1-3, 2013. Different topics in the fields of moral, political, economic and social philosophy were discussed, with the addition of a special theme chosen for the occasion, i.e. ethical, political and legal issues in the Arctic region. It was a very fruitful meeting and the group members would like to thank the local organisers and in particular the Icelandic NSU coordinator, Ágúst Þór Árnason, for all the hard work done in Akureyri. In this special issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum the papers accepted and prepared for the Winter meeting have been collected, re-edited and made available to the international academic community, in the hope that the reader may be able to enjoy the same thought-provoking experience as the participants did during the intense days of presentations and discussions that took place at the University of Akureyri.

 

 

MARCH 2013

Issue 8(1) – 2013 Regular issue 

 

This year’s regular issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum opens with two new articles, which have passed the double blind peer-review process of selection for all article-level submissions to our journal. Both of them deal with legal and political issues in the Arctic region. Specifically, Irina Zhilina’s contribution deals with NATO’s presence and security role in the far North, whereas Hjalti Ómar Ágústsson’s and Rachael Lorna Johnstone’s determines whether good governance standards were upheld in the relations between the Icelandic government and the IMF during the latter’s involvement in the country’s financial policies following the 2008 collapse of the nation’s banking sector. Further reflections on the economic crisis are offered in special editor-reviewed contributions that further the journal’s continuing engagement with this particular topic. The journal’s acceptance rate for this regular issue was 33%.

 

In addition to the new articles and reflections, the current issue contains a rich survey of recent scholarly and scientific literature via two review essays and several book reviews, including two replies by authors of volumes that have been reviewed in our journal, i.e. Herman Salton’s Arctic Host, Icy Visit and Federico Sollazzo’s Totalitarismo, democrazia, etica pubblica. We are particularly grateful for these replies, which allow our journal to serve as a vibrant venue for the exchange of ideas and information on Nordic and Mediterranean matters. A novel, partial English translation of a classic text in medieval Norse literature — Nikulás Bergsson’s Leiðarvísir — concludes the current issue.

2012 issues

SEPTEMBER 2012

7(3) – 2012 special issue no.2

This year’s second special issue contains papers presented at the latest summer meeting of the Nordic Summer University’s (NSU) study group called “Conceptions of ethical and social values in post-secular society: Towards a new ethical imagination in a cosmopolitan world society”. An introduction to the study group, its regular meetings and the papers hereby collected is available inside the special issue of our journal.

We wish to thank the study group’s coordinator, Prof. Jacob Dahl Rendtorff of Roskilde University in Denmark, and all the contributors for their submissions to Nordicum-Mediterraneum. Also, we are pleased to highlight the truly Nordic-Mediterranean character of most papers, which are tokens of Nordic scholarship of contemporary French and Italian social theory and philosophy.

 

MARCH 2012

7(2) – 2012 special issue no.1

This year’s first special issue contains the papers presented at, or derived from, the latest winter meeting of the NSU study group called “Conceptions of ethical and social values in post-secular society: Towards a new ethical imagination in a cosmopolitan world society”. A detailed introduction to the meeting itself and the resulting papers is available in the actual special issue of our journal qua opening text, written by the group’s coordinator, Prof Jacob Dahl Rendtorff of Roskilde University in Denmark. We thank him and all contributors for their valuable submissions to our journal.

 

7(1) – 2012 regular issue

This year’s regular issue of Nordicum-Mediterraneum opens with two new articles, which have passed the double blind peer-review process of selection for all article-level submissions to our journal. The former, by Floriana Ferro, offers a token of truly Nordic and Mediterranean scholarship, as it compares and discusses the notions of subjectivity and otherness in the philosophical theologies of Danish Søren Kierkegaard and French Emmanuel Levinas. The latter, by Birgir Guðmundsson and Markus Meckl, recalls and reconstructs from archival sources an interesting episode in modern Icelandic history, namely the case of an Icelandic Stasi “contact person” during the Cold War.

The present issue comprises also Peter Kemp’s keynote address at last year’s meeting of a new study group established under the aegis of a longtime partner of our journal, i.e. the Nordic Summer University (NSU). The new study group is called “Conceptions of ethical and social values in post-secular society: Towards a new ethical imagination in a cosmopolitan world society”. Its activities are to extend over a three-year period (2011-2013) and its aim is to study ethics in a cosmopolitan society from several scholarly perspectives, which include business ethics, sociology, history and economics. Nordicum-Mediterraneum is the main venue chosen in order to disseminate the results of such activities.

Furthermore, this issue contains an extensive assessment of recent books–fifteen reviews and one essay–which should be of interest to Nordic and Mediterranean scholars, researchers and academics. In particular, a few volumes were reviewed that relate directly to the journal’s tracking of the ongoing economic crisis, which has been engulfing most countries in the world, not least the European ones, especially though not exclusively in the southern part of the Continent, as the notorious financial meltdown of Iceland has exemplified in the recent past.

Finally, a longtime collaborator of our journal, Hungarian jurist Gabór Hamza, contributed two short pieces on private law and intellectual history, whilst former Archivist and Librarian of the Holy Roman Church, cardinal Jorge Mejía, provided us with his reflections on a visit to Iceland. We wish to thank both of them for their kind collaboration.