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    Edinburgh University Press

    Edinburgh University Press is the premier Scottish publisher of academic books and journals in the humanities and social sciences. Our publications carry the imprimatur of one of Britain's oldest and most distinguished centres of learning and enjoy the highest academic standards through the scholarly appraisal of our Press Committee. We seek excellence in our chosen subjects across our books and journals programmes:

    Classics & Ancient History • Film, Media & Cultural Studies • History • Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies • Language & Linguistics • Law • Literary Studies • Philosophy • Politics • Scottish Studies

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    Phases of the Moon: A Cultural History of the Werewolf Film

    Provides the first academic monograph dedicated to developing a cultural understanding of the werewolf film.

    Ruth Davidson's Conservatives: The Scottish Tory Party, 2011-2019

    This book, which brings together leading academics and analysts, examines the extraordinary revival of the Scottish Conservative Party between 2011 and Ruth Davidson's shock resignation in 2019.

    Spinoza, the Transindividual

    Etienne Balibar, one of the foremost living French philosophers, builds on his landmark work 'Spinoza and Politics' with this exploration of Spinoza's ontology. Balibar situates Spinoza in relation to the major figures of Marx and Freud as a precursor to the more recent French thinker Gilbert Simondon's concept of the transindividual.

    Photography off the Scale: Technologies and Theories of the Mass Image

    These essays address the epistemological, aesthetic and political implications of scale in both scholarly and artistic work. From the mass image in vernacular culture to transformations of photography in contexts of big data and artificial intelligence, they explore the massification of photography.

    Outsourcing Us Intelligence: Contractors and Government Accountability

    Through analysis of a series of case studies, recently declassified documents and exclusive interviews with national security experts in the public and private sectors, the book provides an in-depth and illuminating appraisal of the evolving accountability regime for intelligence contractors.

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