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  • Council and Hierarchyby Constantin Fasolt

    Cambridge University Press 1991; US$ 68.00

    A systematic interpretation of Durant's remarkable project to transfer supreme legislative authority from the papacy to general councils. more...

  • The Divided Economy of Mandatory Palestineby Jacob Metzer

    Cambridge University Press 1998; US$ 48.00

    A systematic analysis of the economic history of Arab and Jewish communities in Mandatory Palestine. more...

  • The Hitler of Historyby John Lukacs

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2011; US$ 15.00

    In this brilliant, strikingly original book, historian John Lukacs delves to the core of Adolf Hitler's life and mind by examining him through the lenses of his surprisingly diverse biographers. Since 1945 there have been more than one hundred biographies of Hitler, and countless other books on him and the Third Reich. What happens when so many people... more...

  • The Soap Manby Roger Hutchinson

    Birlinn 2011; US$ 6.75

    In 1918, as the First World War was drawing to a close, the eminent liberal industrial Lord Leverhulme bought - lock, stock and barrel - the Hebridean island of Lewis. His intention was to revolutionise the lives and environments of its 30,000 people, and those of neighbouring Harris, which he shortly added to his estate. For the next five years a... more...

  • Martyrs and Murderersby Stuart Carroll

    Oxford University Press 2009; US$ 12.99

    The House of Guise was one of the greatest princely families of the sixteenth century, or indeed of any age. Today they are best remembered through the tragic life of one family member, Mary Queen of Scots. But the story of her Guise uncles, aunts and cousins is if anything more gripping - and certainly of greater significance in the history of Europe.... more...

  • Aposteldekret und antikes Vereinswesenby Markus Öhler

    Mohr Siebeck 2011; US$ 103.67

    Hauptbeschreibung Mit dem Aposteldekret präsentiert der Verfasser der Apostelgeschichte am Höhepunkt seiner Darstellung Bestimmungen zur Ordnung in der Gemeinde, deren historische und theologische Einordnung Rätsel aufgibt. Zu ihrer Lösung soll im vorliegenden Band ein Zusammenwirken über die Disziplinengrenzen beitragen. Die frühchristlichen Gemeinden,... more...

  • Dickens and the Workhouseby Ruth Richardson

    Oxford University Press 2012; US$ 12.99

    The recent discovery that as a young man Charles Dickens lived only a few doors from a major London workhouse made headlines worldwide, and the campaign to save the workhouse from demolition caught the public imagination. Internationally, the media immediately grasped the idea that Oliver Twist's workhouse had been found, and made public the news... more...

  • Suleiman the Magnificentby André Clot

    Saqi 2012; US$ 20.40

    Suleiman the Magnificent, most glorious of the Ottoman sultans, kept Europe atremble for nearly half a century. In a few years he led his army as far as the gates of Vienna, made himself master of the Mediterranean and established his court in Baghdad. Faced with this redoubtable champion, who regarded it as his duty to extend the boundaries of Islam... more...

  • The Cold Warby John Lamberton Harper

    Oxford University Press 2011; US$ 28.99

    The East-West struggle for supremacy from 1945 to 1989 shaped the lives of hundreds of millions and brought the world to the brink of disaster on several occasions. More than two decades on, the debate over its causes and dynamics is far from over. Drawing on the latest archival evidence and scholarly research, prize-winning historian John Lamberton... more...

  • India before Europeby Catherine B. Asher; Cynthia Talbot

    Cambridge University Press 2006; US$ 32.00

    The first survey of the political, economic, religious and cultural landscapes of medieval India. more...