Journal of European Studies

Journal of European Studies is a magazine specializing in Social Science topics.

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 3, September

'A Presence.Called Germany': Personal History in the Construction of National Identity by Post-War German Intellectuals: Three Case-Studies
National identity and the German intellectuals(2) In a newspaper article in October 1992 the sociologist Wolf Lepenies wrote: Des Nachdenkens uber Deutschland sind wir mude geworden. Es ist nicht die verdiente Mudigkeit getaner, sondern die vorschnelle...
A Traitor to His Class: The Anarchist in British Fiction
A plethora of novels published in late Victorian and Edwardian Britain contain anarchist characters. In the great majority of these works the anarchist is featured as a villain of a particularly pernicious kind. He is a master criminal, almost always...
Jan Kott: The Revisionist
In a real revolution the best characters do not come to the front. A violent revolution falls into the hands of narrow-minded fanatics and of tyrannical hypocrites at first. Afterwards comes the turn of all the pretentious intellectual failures of the...