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Edited by Andrew Davies (University of Birmingham) and William Kay (Glyndŵr University)
Edited by Katherine Dell, Graham Davies and Yee Von Koh
Studies of Genesis, Isaiah and Psalms, key biblical texts that represent the interests of the honorand, Professor John Emerton. The comparison of biblical texts with the ancient Near East and archaeological finds; intertextual work, literary historical approaches, texts and versions and ...
Edited by Michael J. B. Allen and Valery Rees, with Martin Davies
This volume consists of 21 essays on Marsilio Ficino (1433-99), the Florentine scholar-philosopher-magus-priest who was the architect of Renaissance Platonism. They cast fascinating new light on his theology, philosophy, and psychology as well as on his influence and sources.
Edited by P.J. Harland and C.T.R. Hayward
This Festschrift for Anthony Gelston contains nineteen essays on prophecy and apocalyptic. The papers examine a wide range of biblical and early Jewish texts, as well as the interpretation of the Bible in more recent times.
Edited by Brian L. Davies
A comparative examination of military development in early modern Eastern Europe, focusing on Russian, Polish-Lithuanian, Ottoman, Habsburg, Cossack, and Western European mercenary practice.
Académie de Droit International de la Haye / Hague Academy of International Law, J. M. Trias de Bes, H. Lauterpacht, D. J. L. Davies, V. Bruns
A provocative reader-orientated analysis of the ethical teaching of the book of Isaiah as a literary whole, examining and attempting to explain the 'double standard' that seems to exist between the conduct Yahweh demands of Israel and his own.
Challenging absolutist interpretations, this study uses the universities of Pisa and Siena to reveal the contradictions and the tensions as well as the innovations and the traditions which characterised the grand duchy of Tuscany and its cultural politics.
Sara E. Davies
This book examines Southeast Asia's rejection of international refugee law through extensive archival analysis and argues that this rejection was shaped by the region’s response to its largest refugee crisis in the post-1945 era: the Indochinese refugee crisis from 1975-1996.
Challenging traditional interpretations of the Florentine Renaissance, this book uses a wide range of newly-found sources to reveal the important role of the University of Florence in the social, economic, political, ecclesiastical, and cultural life of the Florentine Republic.
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