Buettner, Angi



  • Editorial
    In the wake of September 11 we have been painfully reminded of the virility of fear. “Fear”, along with “terror”, has become one of the staples of the ensuing political and media discourse. But “fear” is not a new entity, no matter how much the United States want to single out September 11...Read more
  • Editorial
    Thirteen years ago, Kenichi Ohmae proclaimed that the world had become “borderless,” and the nation-state nothing more than a “bit actor” in a globalised economy. Around the same time, “interdisciplinarity” appeared as the prime strategy for breaking down the rigid stratifications of traditional disciplines, promising an equivalently borderless academe....Read more