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  • Andrei Tarkovskyby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2011; US$ 14.57

    Andrei Tarkovsky is the most celebrated Russian filmmaker since Eisenstein, and one of the most important directors to have emerged during the 1960s and 70s. Although he made only seven features, each one was a major landmark in cinema, the most well-known of them being the mediaeval epic Andrei Rublev - widely regarded as one of the greatest films... more...

  • Alchemy and Alchemistsby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2011; US$ 10.19

    Alchemy has traditionally been viewed as 'the history of an error', an example of mediaeval gullibility and greed, in which alchemists tried to turn lead into gold, create fabulous wealth and find the elixir of life. But alchemy has also been described as 'the mightiest secret that a man can possess', and it obsessed the likes of Isaac Newton, Robert... more...

  • The Black Deathby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2011; US$ 10.19

    The Black Death is the name most commonly given to the pandemic of bubonic plague that ravaged the medieval world in the late 1340s. From Central Asia the plague swept through Europe, leaving millions of dead in its wake. Between a quarter and a third of Europe's population died. In England the population fell from nearly six million to just over three... more...

  • The Knights Templarby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2011; US$ 10.19

    The Knights Templar were the most powerful military religious order of the Middle Ages. Formed to protect pilgrims in the Holy Land, they participated in the Crusades and rapidly gained wealth, lands and influence and were answerable to none save the Pope himselffirst bankers, and invented the modern banking system that is still in use today, and were... more...

  • The Catharsby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2014; US$ 9.99

    Catharism was the most successful heresy of the Middle Ages. Flourishing principally in the Languedoc and Italy, the Cathars taught that the world is evil and must be transcended through a simple life of prayer, work, fasting and non-violence. They believed themselves to be the heirs of the true heritage of Christianity going back to apostolic times,... more...

  • The Gnosticsby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2012; US$ 10.19

    Gnosticism - derived from the Greek word gnosis, to know - is the name given to various religious schools that proliferated in the first centuries after Christ and, at one time, it almost became the dominant form of Christianity. Yet some Gnostic beliefs derive from the older Mystery traditions of Greece and Rome, and the various Gnostic schools came... more...

  • New Waves in Cinemaby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2013; US$ 14.57

    The term 'New Wave' conjures up images of Paris in the early 1960s: Jean Seberg and Jean Paul Belmondo, the young Jean-Pierre Leaud, the three protagonists of Jules and Jim capering across a bridge, all from the films of French filmmakers Jean-Luc Godard and Fran├žois Truffaut.The impact of the French New Wave continues to be felt, and its ethos of... more...

  • A Short History of Diseaseby Sean Martin

    Oldcastle Books 2015; US$ 10.19

    Throughout history, disease has plagued human civilisations, claiming more lives than natural disasters and warfare combined. Now, in 2015, the world's response to the outbreak of Ebola in West Africa, which has caused widespread devastation since it was first reported in March 2014, is at the forefront of health discussions. A Short History of Disease... more...

  • Ethics and Epidemics, Volume 9by John Balint; Robert Baker; Martin Strosberg; Sean Philpott

    Emerald Group Publishing Limited 2006; US$ 117.99

    Part of a series that deals with papers and multi-authored volumes that advance the field of bioethics either by exploring new areas, or by taking new approaches to traditional areas, this book - divided in three sections - discusses the issues surrounding the topic in question and combines a theoretical thought process with practical application. more...

  • The Generation X Librarianby Martin K. Wallace; Rebecca Tolley-Stokes; Erik Sean Estep

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2011; US$ 55.00

    Generation X includes individuals born roughly between 1961 and 1981. This generation has faced major advances in technology, environmental degradation, and widening economic injustice, all of which affect libraries and librarians. This collection of critical essays highlights the special challenges that face Generation X librarians. Topics covered... more...