Special Issue: "The Berlin Wall. Thirty Years After" About: BROLLY welcomes submissions of original papers that make contributions to the research field of social sciences, pursuing the changes that occur in the contemporary world. The journal publishes each issue a selection of ..
In the 19th century France, philanthropy was primarily thought to be a personal virtue. At first, women were not intended to be part of the philanthropic world but, then, men from privileged classes realized that their wives and daughters, symbols of family happiness and ladylike sweetness, were the..
In the context of increasingly numerous cultural and political contradictory debates, humanities are facing the difficult responsibility of removing the veil of ambiguity and doubt. However, they cannot fulfil this task without first undertaking a rigorous return upon themselves, their own fundament..
The Greek scholars of the Post-Byzantine Period interpreted Alexander in different ways. The Macedonian King was a valuable source of pride, knowledge, courage, flattery, bravery, vanity and wisdom. Thus, he ended up being a symbol appropriate for any use and a point of reference for the enslaved He..