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Historical Dictionary of Israel

by Bernard Reich & David H. Goldberg

The second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Israel addresses the need in the literature on Israel for a comprehensive impartial information source about the various diplomatic and political personalities,...


Historical Dictionary of Mali

by Pascal James Imperato & Gavin H. Imperato

The fourth edition of the Historical Dictionary of Mali, through its chronology, bibliography, introductory essay, and over 500 cross-referenced dictionary entries on important persons, places, events, and institutions...


Du Bois on Religion

by Phil Zuckerman

Phil Zuckerman here gathers together Du Bois's writings on religion, and makes a compelling case for Du Bois to be recognized among the leading sociologists of religion. Du Bois on Religion includes selections...


Medicine Ways: Disease, Health, and Survival Among Native Americans

by Clifford E. Trafzer & Diane Weiner

Improving the dire health problems faced by many Native American communities is central to their cultural, political, and economic well being. However, it is still too often the case that both theoretical studies...


When Histories Collide: The Development and Impact of Individualistic Capitalism

by Raymond Crotty, Raymond, Jr. Crotty & Lars Mjoset

Global assessment of the rise of Western capitalism using Ireland as a key case study.


Ancient Mesoamerican Warfare

by Kathryn M. Brown & Travis W. Stanton

Collection of articles providing new research on warfare in ancient Maya and other Mesoamerican societies based on archaeological, ethnohistorical, and linguistic evidence


Women in Antiquity: Theoretical Approaches to Gender and Archaeology

by Sarah Milledge Nelson

Part One of Nelson's 'Handbook of Gender in Archaeology.'


In the Highest Traditions of the Royal Navy: The Life of Captain John Leach MVO DSO

by Matthew B Wills

On 10 December 1941, the Royal Navy battleship HMS Prince of Wales was sunk by Japanese bombers in the South China Sea. Amongst the several hundred men who went down with her was her Captain, John Leach, who...


Who Killed William Shakespeare?: The Murderer, The Motive, The Means

by Simon Andrew Stirling

William Shakespeare lived in violent times; his death passed without comment. By the time he was adopted as the national poet of England the details of his life had been concealed. He had become an invisible...


This Is War!: The Diaries and Journalism of Anthony Cotterell, 1940-1944

by Jennie Gray

Anthony Cotterell was a brilliant journalist, conscripted into the British Army in 1940. After the publication of his best-selling book on his time as a conscript, he became an official Army jouranlist, flying...


Armour Never Wearies': Scale and Lamellar Armour in the West from the Bronze Age to the Nineteenth Century

by Timothy Dawson

This is the first volume to bring together all the hitherto scattered evidence - archaeological, literary and artistic - for the forms and uses of scale and lamellar armours in the region west of the Urals throughout...


An Archaeology of Ancestors: Tomb Cult and Hero Cult in Early Greece

by Carla M. Antonaccio

In this fresh consideration of the origins of the ancient Greeks' ideas and practices concerning their own past, Carla M. Antonaccio demonstrates that hero cult and ancestor cult persisted, throughout the Iron...


George Washington: Uniting a Nation

by Don Higginbotham

In George Washington: Uniting a Nation, Don Higginbotham argues that Washington's greatest contribution to American life was creating a sense of American unity. In clear and concise prose, Higginbotham shows...


Francisco Solano Lopez and the Ruination of Paraguay: Honor and Egocentrism

by James Schofield Saeger

The first serious biography of Francisco Solano López in English for decades, this richly researched book tells the dramatic story of Paraguay's most notorious ruler. Despite the heroic stature he gained after...


First Globalization: The Eurasian Exchange, 1500-1800

by Geoffrey C. Gunn

First Globalization presents an original and sweeping conceptualization of the grand cultural-civilizational encounter between Asia and Europe. With his 'metageography' of the vast Eurasian zone, Gunn shows...


Feeding Mexico: The Political Uses of Food since 1910

by Enrique C. Ochoa

Winner of the 1998 Michael C. Meyer Manuscript Prize!

Feeding Mexico: The Political Uses of Food since 1910 traces the Mexican government's intervention in the regulation, production, and distribution of food...


Imagination: A Study in the History of Ideas

by John Cocking & Penelope Murray

"First Published in 1991, Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company."


Ireland's Independence: 1880-1923

by Oonagh Walsh

First published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.


Divine Fury: A History of Genius

by Darrin M. McMahon

Genius. The word connotes an almost unworldly power: the power to create, to grasp universal secrets, even to destroy. As renowned intellectual historian Darrin McMahon explains in Divine Fury, the concept of...


Silent Strategists: Harding, Denby, and the U.S. Navy's Trans-Pacific Offensive, World War II

by Manley R. Irwin

This book argues that President Warren Harding and his secretary of navy, Edwin Denby exercised unusual foresight in preparing the navy for a war against Japan. This revised edition adds new evidence from original...