Journal of European Studies

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

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 2, June

Cinema and Architecture. Melies, Mallet-Steven's Multimedia
Edited by Francois Penz and Maureen Thomas. London: British Film Institute, 1997. Pp. xi + 212. Cinema was born in the age of the City. It developed at a time when industrialization, and new communications systems such as the railway, were radically...
Cultural Pathology: Roots of Polish Literary Opposition to Communism
Part Two(*) Catholic Church Church and dissidents Catholic writers Jewish writers Exile and emigration Neo-positivism Revisionism New Evolutionism Left and Right Literature And my malice from that time, that terrible obstinate...
Dancing under Their Own Gaze: Mallarme, Jarry and Valery
Stephane Mallarme and Paul Valery are both well known for their writings on dance. Not so Alfred Jarry, a subversive writer, whose originality of thought and inventiveness they both admired, whom they both knew personally and whose radical presentation...
The Cultural Politics of Exile: French Emigre Literary Journalism in London, 1793-1814
When Carla Hesse observed that 'Historians and literary critics have traditionally treated the literary culture of the French Revolution with total disregard if not utter contempt',(2) she was acknowledging the long intellectual hegemony of the proposition...