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Edited by Richard B. Day, University of Toronto, and Mikhail M. Gorinov. Translated by Richard B. Day
E.A. Preobrazhensky was the most famous Soviet economist of the 1920s. Including newly discovered and previously untranslated documents, Volume I of The Preobrazhensky Papers reveals his political awakening through autobiographical memoirs and extensive commentary on philosophy, world events, ...
Barry Dov Walfish with Mikhail Kizilov
This is the first comprehensive bibliography on the Karaites and Karaism. Including over 8,000 items in twenty languages, this bibliography, with its extensive annotations, thoroughly documents the present state of Karaite Studies and provides a solid foundation for future research.
Edited by Philippe De Brabanter, University of Brussels and Mikhail Kissine, University of Brussels
Reconciles armchair theorising about the semantics-pragmatics interface with hypotheses about cognitive architecture. This book concerns with the cognitive counterparts of lexical meanings. It also explores the links between moods and forces. It looks at the epistemological status of semantic ...
Eliezer Ben-Rafael, University of Tel-Aviv, Mikhail Lyubansky, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Olaf Glöckner,University of Potsdam, Paul Harris, Augusta State University, Yael Israel, University of Tel-Aviv, Willi Jasper, University of Potsdam, and Julius Schoeps, University of Potsdam
This book investigates the Russian-speaking Jews who recently settled abroad: a million in Israel, half a million in the USA and 200.000 in Germany. A comparative work by an international team of researchers, it delves, in “true time”, into the making of an exemplary contemporary transnational ...
Mikhail Y. Treister. Edited by James Hargrave
This reference work which brings together tools of ancient toreuts (matrices, punches) and actual finds of hammered metalwork offers new complex approaches to study a particular technique of Greek, Roman and relaterd toreutics and jewellery manufacture.
Mikhail Weisskopf, The Hebrew University, Translated by Lydia Wechsler, Edited by Judith Robey
The Veil of Moses describes the creation of Russian romantic literary stereotypes which shaped the opinion of the Russian public on the Jews.
Drawing on sources in original languages, the book offers the first comprehensive study of the history, ethnography and convoluted ethnic identity of the Galician Karaites, a non-Talmudic Turkic-speaking minority of Jewish scripturalists.
E. Bertoncini Zúbková, M.D. Gromov, S.A.M. Khamis and K.W. Wamitila
Outline of Swahili Literature is a major study and reference guide of modern prose and drama in Swahili — one of the largest languages of sub-Saharan Africa. This second edition of the eponymous study first published in 1989, is extensively revised and enlarged. It contains new and updated ...
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