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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Subject areas: Social Sciences, International Relations, Global Studies, Sociology & Anthropology, Transdisciplinary approaches, Arts and Humanities
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Editors: Tugba Basaran, Monique J. Beerli, Didier Bigo, Emma Mc Kluskey
Volume 1 (2020):
Issue 2 (Dec 2020)
Issue 1 (Jul 2020)
Anthropology from Dissonance to Ambiguity: Breaking the DeadlockPages: 39–60
By: Anna LeanderPages: 61–97
Investigating the Internationalisation of State Nobility: A Reflexive Return to Double Game Strategies – An interview with Yves DEZALAYPages: 103–116
By: Xymena KurowskaPages: 117–136