Fingerprint The fingerprint is based on mining the text of the research documents related to the associated persons. Based on that an index of weighted terms is created, which defines the key subjects of research unit.

Social Sciences

protest
history
modernity
campaign
India
poster
participation
Spanish language
promotion
gentrification
capital investment
artist
school
Lebanon
educational practice
diplomacy
community
architect
anxiety
museum
town
visual material
everyday life
tourist
discourse
bank
opposition
twentieth century
Tourism
market
contact
event
geography
art
present
national culture
lack
national economy
dialectics
education
housing
nationalism
conflict resolution
politics
modernization
social research
Spain
Group
national development
geopolitics
correctional institution
living conditions
time
intellectual
civilian population
urban planning
hegemony
cold war
Ideologies
interaction
Basque
expertise
continuity
anniversary
fine arts
solidarity
hunger
imprisonment
psychiatrist
economics
performance
social process
tourism
separatism
France
austerity policy
Canada
politician
luxuries
interview
terrorism
building
social network
capital city
National Council
state formation
violence
provocation
entrepreneur
national identity
nation state
subjectivity
aesthetics
persuasion
bill
working class
contemporary art
artifact
developing country
song

Arts & Humanities

Art
Photography
Pollen
Artist
Modernist
History
India
Utopian
Visual Culture
Guernica
Germany
Modernity
1920s
Brighton Museum
Designer
BBC Radio
Colonies
Nitrate
Ruin
Chile
England
Modern Age
Victorian Era
Nationalism
Labor
Council of Industrial Design
Industrial Design
1930s
Asia
Iconic
Readership
Reader
Government
Artwork
Art History
Rivals
Cultural Diplomacy
Pavilion
Exhibition History
Diplomacy
Woodcraft
Photographic Images
Research Projects
21st Century
National Identity
Sixties
Cologne
Museum Collections
Didactic
Brighton
Shirt
1960s
World Wide Web
Journalists
Dessau
Insult
Fiction
Atacama Desert
Captions
Transnationalism
Nehru
Flair
Household
Canon
Hat
Conservation
Feminist Art
Authority
Utopia
Reappropriation
Jewish Museum
Weimar
Everyday Life
Bauhaus
Early English
Cruelty
Memorial
Debt
Feminism
Colonial India
Postcards
Women Designers
Jugendstil
Weimar Germany
Weimar Period
German Democratic Republic
Typography
Cultural Representations
West Germany
Decolonization
Aesthetics
Beirut
British Council
Village
High Street
Queerness
Evolutionary Theory
Cultural Evolution
Amateur Photography
Sexuality