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Edited by André Holenstein, University of Bern, Hubert Steinke, University of Bern and Martin Stuber, University of Bern in collaboration with Philippe Rogger
In Scholars in Action, an international group of 40 authors open up new perspectives on the eighteenth-century culture of knowledge, with a particular focus on scholars and their various practices.
Edited by Ton Croiset van Uchelen and Paul Dijstelberge. Preface by Andrew Pettegree
When compiling a short-title catalogue, Paul Valkema Blouw was confronted with a large number of ‘problem cases’. By minute analysis and drawing from his extensive knowledge and his unrivalled typographic memory, he could attribute a surprising number of these publications to a printer and ...
Edited by Gerhard Loibl and Stephan Wittich
Edited by: Lauri Mälksoo, Ineta Ziemele, Dainius Žalimas
"The 2012 volume of The Baltic Yearbook of International Law contains 14 articles solicited from the 4th Research Forum of the European Society of International Law that was organized by the University of Tartu and took place in May 2011 in Tallinn, Estonia. The volume is edited by Professor ...
Philippe Cadène, Université Paris-Diderot, and Brigitte Dumortier, Université Paris-Sorbonne
This Atlas of the Gulf States offers a survey of the contemporary history and recent economic and urban development of the Gulf region. It contains more than 150 maps and graphs concerning the coastal regions of all countries around the Gulf: Iraq, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, the ...
Edited by Lars Laamann, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Who were the Manchus and what was their contribution to history? The articles selected for this volume clearly demonstrate the cultural diversity of both the Manchu people and of the empire they created - the Qing. The inter-ethnic composition of the Qing clearly resonates with China today.
Edited by Talia Naamat, Nina Osin and Dina Porat.
In this second volume we turn our attention to the Americas: North America, Latin America, and the Caribbean. During the past decade many American countries amended their constitutions and enacted laws protecting the rights of indigenous people.
Edited by Roger Buckley
The Post-War Occupation of Japan, 1945-1952: Selected Contemporary Readings – Series 2: Pamphlets, Journals, Press and Reports presents a wide range of English-language reportage and commentary from contemporary American, Allied and Japanese sources, highlighting the wide divergence of ...
Edited by I. Desportes and J. Schrével
Gregarines are apicomplexans and exclusively parasites of invertebrates. After the basic publication in the Traité de Zoologie by Grassé in 1953, this second edition is proposed to update the knowledge with information provided by new technologies such as electron microscopy, biochemistry and ...
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