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This established book series publishes scholarly discussions of literary, historical and cultural issues from European classical antiquity and studies of classical ideas in medieval and Renaissance Europe.
Edited by Richard L. Harris, California State University, Monterey Bay and Melinda Seid, California State University, Sacramento
This collection of essays analyzes the complex linkages between globalization and health, the health effects of globalization at all levels (global, national, and local), and the policy and institutional responses associated with the health consequences of globalization.
Edited by Abebe Zegeye, University of South Africa (Unisa), Pretoria, and Richard L. Harris, California State University, Monterey Bay
The essays in this collection reveal that the social and political development of post-apartheid South Africa depends to an important degree on the evolving cultural, social and political identities of its diverse population and on the role of the media of mass communications in the country's ...
Edited by Pat Lauderdale, Arizona State University and Randall Amster, Arizona State University
The chapters in this book offer a critique on nation-statism, rational capitalism, and concentration of power in the post-colonial world, by focussing our attention on the cracks in the armor of the totalizing discourses of the dominant western paradigm, and by illuminating the continuing ...
Edited by W.V. Harris, Columbia University
The product of a collaboration between scientists, historians and archaeologists, this book breaks new ground in the study of the long-term interaction between environmental factors, including climate, and human beings.
Edited by W.V. Harris Columbia University
Mental Disorders in the Classical World seeks to show through interdisciplinary work how the first medical scientists and their lay contemporaries conceptualized mental disorders and attempted to diagnose, understand and treat them.
Edited by W.V. Harris and Brooke Holmes
This volume, containing fourteen papers given at a conference held at Columbia in 2007, is the most concerted attempt in recent times to understand the famous and enigmatic orator and to set him in his cultural, religious and political context.
Edited by W.V. Harris
This collection of essays by contemporary historians considers how after two centuries of scholarship we can best explain Christianity’s rise to dominance.
Edited by W.V. Harris and Giovanni Ruffini
This volume approaches the history of the great city of Alexandria from a variety of directions: its demography, the interaction between Greek and Egyptian and between Jews and Greeks, the nature of its civil institutions and social relations, and its religious, and intellectual history.
Edited by Roger S. Bagnall and William V. Harris
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