Zed Books’ Europe list is a politics and cultural studies list focussing on Europe’s political, economic and cultural relationship with the rest of the world.

Spanning a wide range of subjects, the recurring themes across Zed Books’ Europe list include the legacies of European colonialism on European, international and domestic politics. In this context many of the books in this subject list focus on European periphery countries, the post-Soviet situation and European attitudes to migration, as well as the effects of liberal values such as multiculturalism on recent European politics.

Titles in subject

The Experiment

Georgia's Forgotten Revolution 1918-1921

Eric Lee

No Borders

The Politics of Immigration Control and Resistance

Natasha King

The Duel in European History

Honour and the Reign of Aristocracy

Victor Kiernan
With an Introduction by David Blackbourn

Hope is a Promise

From the Indignados to the Rise of Podemos in Spain

Carlos Delclós eBook Only

The Global Minotaur

America, Europe and the Future of the Global Economy

Yanis Varoufakis
With a Foreword by Paul Mason

A Fundamental Fear

Eurocentrism and the Emergence of Islamism

S. Sayyid
With a Foreword by Hamid Dabashi

The Lords of Human Kind

European Attitudes to Other Cultures in the Imperial Age

Victor Kiernan
With a Foreword by John Trumpbour
and a Tribute to Victor Kiernan by Eric Hobsbawm

Europe after the Minotaur

Greece and the Future of the Global Economy

Yanis Varoufakis eBook Only

Russia and Development

Capitalism, Civil Society and the State

Charles Buxton

Europe on the Brink

Debt Crisis and Dissent in the European Periphery

Edited by Tony Phillips

Anders Breivik and the Rise of Islamophobia

Sindre Bangstad

Revolting Subjects

Social Abjection and Resistance in Neoliberal Britain

Imogen Tyler

The Great Eurozone Disaster

From Crisis to Global New Deal

Heikki Patomaki
Translated by James O'Connor

The New Maids

Transnational Women and the Care Economy

Helma Lutz

The Crises of Multiculturalism

Racism in a Neoliberal Age

Alana Lentin and Gavan Titley

Angry Nation

Turkey since 1989

Kerem Oktem

The New Cultural Climate in Turkey

Living in a Shop Window

Nurdan Gurbilek

European Multiculturalism Revisited

Edited by Alessandro Silj

Insecure Spaces

Peacekeeping, Power and Performance in Haiti, Kosovo and Liberia

Marsha Henry and Paul Higate

The Burdens of Freedom

Eastern Europe since 1989

Padraic Kenney

Europe and the Arab World

Patterns and Prospects for the New Relationship

Samir Amin and Ali El Kenz

From Empire to Republic

Turkish Nationalism and the Armenian Genocide

Taner Akçam

The Line

Women, Partition and the Gender Order in Cyprus

Cynthia Cockburn

Thinking Differently

A Reader in European Women's Studies

Edited by Gabrielle Griffin and Rosi Braidotti
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