ECMI Library Acquisitions – September 2013

ECMI Library Acquisitions - European Centre for Minority IssuesAs of September 2013, one can also find the following titles in the European Centre for Minority Issues (ECMI) Library in Flensburg.

Inglis, Fred, Culture. Cambridge: Polity, 2004, 198 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Malloy, Tove H. (ed.), Minority Issues in Europe: Rights, Concepts, Policy. Berlin: Frank & Timme Verlag, 2013, 349 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Nic Craith, Máiréad, Plural Identities-Singular Narratives. The Case of Northern Ireland. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books, 235 pp.
Appetizer and further data.

Nimni, Ephraim, Alexander Osipov and David J. Smith (eds.), The Challenge of Non-Territorial Autonomy. Theory and Practice. Oxford, Bern and Berlin: Peter Lang, 2013.
Appetizer and further data.

Read also: ECMI Library acquisitions since April 2012

The ECMI Library is an independent collection of books, journals and grey literature of more than 3,000 items covering many aspects of minority issues.

The highly specialized collection offers public access to a variety of materials in more than twenty languages on inter-ethnic relations, language and cultural issues and ethnic conflict in Europe.

The Library is especially strong in the area of minority protection with regards to international law. It also includes a useful reference section and a considerable number of published and unpublished reports dealing with the subjects mentioned above.

In addition to this, the ECMI Library is unique in that it includes an ever-growing number of annual reports of Ombudsman offices around the world, which provide insight into the human rights situation in many countries.

Current periodical and newspaper subscriptions reflect the multidisciplinary nature of ECMI research.

Reference services are provided both in-house and for the general public. The ECMI Library is physically at Schiffbrücke 12 in Flensburg, Germany and online via the ECMI website.

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