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Created in October 2003 by Professor Renée Dickason, Revue LISA/LISA e-journal is a bilingual (English/French) international peer-reviewed on-line publication. Revue LISA/LISA e-journal welcomes contributions, from France and abroad, in social and human sciences and pluri-, inter- or trans-disciplinary projects. 

Revue LISA/LISA e-journal, which celebrated its 50th number in 2020, publishes literary pieces by authors. It also publishes interviews with artists, and personalities from the worlds of politics and the sciences, along with thematic dossiers, the Virtual Loose Leaves, which include the Mélanges in homage to Pr. Dr. Mukwege, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate 2018, and A Living Anthology on War Memories.

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vol. 19-n°51 | 2021
Brexit in Perspective: Debating British Identity and Politics

Le Brexit en perspective: identité et politique britanniques en débat
Edited by Laëtitia Langlois and Maud Michaud
Couverture LISA n°19-51, juillet 2021
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Britain’s exit out of the EU took place on January 31st 2020, but Brexit is a seismic event that still needs to be explored and fathomed so monumental are its short-term and long-term repercussions. Britain as a country seems to still be groping to find a new destiny and a new identity outside of the European Union. Is Brexit a desperate fight to regain national and international prestige, in a country which is still haunted by the vestiges of the Empire and the legacy of Thatcherism? Populism, nationalism, racism, jingoism seem to have engulfed Britain so much so that for many people today Britain is simply unrecognizable. This issue of Revue LISA/LISA e-journal, “Brexit in Perspective: Debating British Identity and Politics” aims at offering a multi-faceted study of Brexit Britain, exploring its cultural productions, its political implications both on the domestic and international level and finally its historical resonances.

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