Journal of European Studies

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

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 4, December

Bent Straight: The Destruction of Self in Martin Sherman's Bent
Despite the homophobia of Adolf Hitler and Heinrich Hixnmler, homosexuals in Nazi Germany lived in relative safety until the Night of Long Knives, which began on 28 June 1934 and continued until 3 July. During this purge, Hitler rid himself of Ernst...
James's 'The Madonna of the Future' and the Problem of Artistic Failure: Some French Models
Galleries, paintings and the domestic circumstances of the artist fill the pages of many of Henry James's early short stories. They arise from that same shaping experience of the first visits to Italy which provided the insights of those essays...
Modernity, Urban Semiology and the Beckettian Cityscape
The cities of modernity are, according to Bonnie Menes Kahn, just like the biblical city of Babylon, 'cities with a purpose, a sense of mission, an idea ... Beautiful. Seductive. Sinful' (23). Ever since its emergence in biblical times and in antiquity,...