World History Encyclopedia [21 volumes] by Alfred J. Andrea

By Alfred J. Andrea

A huge project. a gorgeous educational success. ABC-CLIO's World heritage Encyclopedia is the 1st complete paintings to take a large-scale thematic examine the human species world wide. produced from 21 volumes overlaying nine eras, an introductory quantity, and an index, it charts the extreme trip of humankind, revealing the most important connections between civilizations in several areas during the ages.

Within each one period, the encyclopedia highlights pivotal interactions and exchanges between cultures inside of 8 large thematic different types: inhabitants and setting, society and tradition, migration and go back and forth, politics and statecraft, economics and alternate, clash and cooperation, suggestion and faith, technological know-how and expertise. Aligned to nationwide heritage criteria and full of pictures, fundamental assets, present citations, and wide instructing and studying aid, the World historical past Encyclopedia offers scholars, educators, researchers, and basic readers a way of navigating the large sweep of background not like any ever published.

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Encyclopedia Of The Medieval World- 2 Volume set (Facts on by Edward D English

By Edward D English

Having already released Encyclopedia of the center Ages,by Matthew Bunson, in 1995 (now out of print), evidence On dossier deals this new paintings via a professor of medieval background on the collage of California-Santa Barbara. It covers the period of time from the overdue old international to approximately 1500 C.E and comprises occasions, humans, associations, and tradition in western and japanese Europe, Scandinavia, North Africa, Byzantium, and the close to East. The 2,000 entries talk about major humans, artwork, politics, literature, faith, economics, legislation, technology, and battle in an A-Z layout. The articles variety in size from a couple of sentences to at least one web page. All have a variety of cross-references and a listing of additional analyzing that incorporates either present and vintage articles and books. There also are 122 black-and-white illustrations, 19 maps, and 33 genealogical charts of the ruling homes of Europe. The volumes finish with designated lists of the entire rulers of many of the kingdoms, a 50-page bibliography, and a accomplished index.

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The new encyclopedia of Southern culture. Volume 11, by Melissa Walker

By Melissa Walker

Quantity eleven of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture examines the commercial tradition of the South via pairing different types that account for the methods many southerners have made their residing. within the antebellum interval, the wealth of southern whites got here mostly from agriculture that trusted the compelled exertions of enslaved blacks. After Reconstruction, the South turned beautiful to new industries lured via the region's ongoing dedication to low-wage hard work and management-friendly fiscal rules. through the quantity, articles replicate the breadth and diversity of southern lifestyles, paying specific consciousness to the region's profound fiscal transformation in fresh many years.

The agricultural part involves 25 thematic entries that discover concerns corresponding to local American agricultural practices, plantations, and sustainable agriculture. Thirty-eight shorter items hide key plants of the region--from tobacco to Christmas trees--as good as problems with old and rising interest--from bugs and pesticides to migrant hard work. The part on and trade includes thirteen thematic entries within which individuals tackle subject matters corresponding to the industrial impression of army bases, resistance to industrialization, and black enterprise. Thirty-six topical entries discover specific industries, reminiscent of textiles, trees, autos, and banking, in addition to individuals--including Henry W. Grady and Sam M. Walton--whose rules and organizations have contributed to shaping the fashionable South.

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The International Encyclopedia of Revolution and Protest: by Immanuel Ness

By Immanuel Ness

This definitive 8-volume reference is a accomplished print source masking the historical past of protest and revolution over the last 500 years – through the glossy period of mass events. for additional info see reference paintings at the function of renowned corporation in reworking the realm during which we liveFirst ancient encyclopedia to supply students and academics and scholars with the data they should comprehend the function and value and beginning of protest and revolution from 1500 to the present8-volume significant reference in A-Z structure, with entries starting from 500 to 14,000 wordsProvides transparent, concise motives of occasions and bigger social hobbies, and biographies of key peoplePresents significant uprisings and protest activities, and the information, ideologies and activists that propelled them, chronicles the way during which they spread out, lines their roots, targets, strategies, and impression, and evaluates their successes and failuresInternationally different editorial board and contributorsIncludes over a hundred and fifty pictures, figures, and mapsAn on-line electronic version is usually to be had (ISBN 978-1-4051-9807-3).  as well as the good points of the print model, the web model provides:Regular revisions and new entries – up to date as soon as a yearLinks to finished assortment via Blackwell Reference onlineLinks to different assets to be had at the webPowerful looking out, searching, and cross-referencing functions, together with Open URL linking

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The third citizen : Shakespeare's theater and the early by Shakespeare, William; Arnold, Oliver; Shakespeare, William

By Shakespeare, William; Arnold, Oliver; Shakespeare, William

The new practices and theories of parliamentary illustration that emerged in the course of Elizabeth's and James' reigns shattered the solidarity of human service provider, redefined the character of strength, remodeled a dead ringer for the physique politic, and unsettled constructs and ideas as basic because the relation among presence and shortage.

In The 3rd Citizen, Oliver Arnold argues that convalescing the formation of political illustration as a good ideology should still seriously change our figuring out of early sleek political tradition, Shakespeare's political artwork, and how Anglo-American critics, for whom consultant democracy is moment nature, construe either. In magisterial readings of Titus Andronicus, Julius Caesar, Coriolanus, and the 1st Tetralogy, Arnold discovers a brand new Shakespeare who used to be neither a conservative apologist for monarchy nor a prescient, liberal champion of the home of Commons yet as an alternative a thorough philosopher and artist who demystified the ideology of political illustration within the second of its first flowering. Shakespeare believed that political illustration produced (and required for its replica) a brand new type of topic and a brand new type of subjectivity, and he formed a brand new form of tragedy to symbolize the lack of energy, the autumn from dignity, the fake recognition, and the grief bizarre to the reports of representing and of being represented. Representationalism and its topic mark the start of political modernity; Shakespeare’s tragedies greet political representationalism with skepticism, bleakness, and despair.

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Encyclopedia of Human Services and Diversity by Linwood Cousins

By Linwood Cousins

Encyclopedia of Human companies and Diversity is the 1st encyclopedia to mirror the alterations within the challenge of human providers execs as they face today’s more and more different carrier inhabitants. variety contains a vast diversity of human adjustments, together with ameliorations in skill and incapacity, age, schooling point, ethnicity, gender, geographic starting place, faith, sexual orientation, socioeconomic classification, and values. figuring out the desires and difficulties of Asian americans, Hispanic americans, the deaf, the blind, the LGBT neighborhood, and plenty of different teams calls for an up to date and state of the art reference. This three-volume encyclopedia presents human providers scholars, professors, librarians, and practitioners the reference info they should meet the desires of an more and more diversified population.


  • 600 signed entries are equipped A-to-Z throughout 3 volumes.
  • Entries, authored by means of key figures within the box, finish with pass references and additional readings.
  • A Reader’s consultant teams comparable articles inside wide, thematic parts, comparable to getting older, neighborhood psychological well-being, kin and baby companies, substance abuse, and so forth.
  • A particular index, the Reader’s consultant, and move references mix for search-and-browse within the digital model.
  • A worthwhile source consultant publications scholars to vintage books, journals, and websites, and a thesaurus assists them with the terminology of the sector.

Available in either print and digital codecs, Encyclopedia of Human providers and Diversity is a perfect reference for college students, practitioners, college and librarians.

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Vigilant Memory: Emmanuel Levinas, the Holocaust, and the by R. Clifton Spargo

By R. Clifton Spargo

Vigilant Memory makes a speciality of the actual function of Emmanuel Levinas's inspiration in reasserting the moral parameters for poststructuralist feedback within the aftermath of the Holocaust. greater than easily situating Levinas's ethics in the higher context of his philosophy, R. Clifton Spargo bargains a brand new rationalization of its value on the subject of history.

In serious readings of the bounds and in addition the heretofore untapped probabilities of Levinasian ethics, Spargo explores the influence of the Holocaust on Levinas's quite a few figures of injustice whereas interpreting where of mourning, the undesirable judgment of right and wrong, the sufferer, and the stranger/neighbor as they seem in Levinas's paintings. eventually, Spargo levels past Levinas's particular philosophical or implicit political positions to calculate the required functionality of the "memory of injustice" in our cultural and political discourses at the features of a simply society.

In this unique and magisterial learn, Spargo makes use of Levinas's paintings to procedure our realizing of the discomfort and dying of others, and in doing so reintroduces an important moral point to the interpreting of literature, tradition, and way of life.

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Doing Discourse Research: An Introduction for Social by Reiner Keller

By Reiner Keller

This publication offers an advent to the fundamental ideas of discourse study and offers functional examine techniques for doing discourse analyses within the social sciences. The booklet comprises information on constructing a study query, settling on info and examining it, and featuring your effects. the writer has wide useful adventure within the box of discourse learn and exhibits all through how the tools urged have compatibility with quite a few learn questions and difficulties in sociology, cultural, political and social reviews and comparable disciplines.

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