Latest publication of the PARISS Journal (Vol.1, Issue 2)

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Subject areas: Social Sciences, International Relations, Global Studies, Sociology & Anthropology, Transdisciplinary approaches, Arts and Humanities

Political Anthropological Research on International Social Sciences (PARISS) is a bi-annual journal published by Brill publishers, in cooperation with the Centre d’Etudes sur les Conflits, Liberté et Sécurité (CECLS).

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Table of Contents:


Autor: PARISS Editorial Office

The Contemporary Exercise of Emergency Powers: Reflections on Permanence, Impermanence and Challenging Times 

Autor: Fionnuala Ní Aoláin

The ‘Insecurity Toolbox’ of the Illiberal Regime: Rule by Law and Rule by Exclusion

Autors: Ákos KopperZsolt KörtvélyesiBalázs Majtényi, and András Szalai

Right of Entry: The Struggle over Recognition in the World of Intelligence 

Autor: Anthony Amicelle

Covid-19: Teleworking, Surveillance and 24/7 Work. Some Reflexions on the Expected Growth of Remote Work After the Pandemic 

Autor: Ivan Manokha

Italian Perspectives on Pandemic Responses: Tracing Early Critiques from Europe’s First Lockdown 

Autors: Andrea FumagalliSara Gandini, and Cristina Morini

Investigating the Internationalisation of State Nobilities: A Reflexive Return to Double Game Strategies 
An Interview with Yves DEZALAY (Part Two)
Autors: Didier BigoAntonin Cohen, and Translated by Julien Chatel

Migration and the Question of New Political Possibilities: Nicholas De Genova and Sandro Mezzadra—In Dialogue

Autors: Nicholas De Genova and Sandro Mezzadra

Why French Academic Journals are Protesting

Autors: By the collective and Camille Noûs

Read the interview of the four coeditors, Tugba Basaran, Monique J. Beerli, Didier Bigo, and Emma Mc Cluskey who answer our questions about the journal and its aims.

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