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  • Schiersmann, Christiane; Einarsdottir, Sif; Katsarov, Johannes; Lerkkanen, Jukka; Mulvey, Rachel; Pouyaud, Jaques; Pukelis, Kestutis; Weber, Peter (2016)
    The citizens of Europe are facing increasingly complex challenges to their career development nowadays. Over the span of their lifetime, they need to manage their careers, and make numerous decisions concerning education, ...
  • Becker, Marc (2021)
    In The CIA in Ecuador, Marc Becker draws on recently released US government surveillance documents on the Ecuadorian left to chart social movement organizing efforts during the 1950s. Emphasizing the competing roles of the ...
  • Sofronov, D.S.; Belikov, K.N.; Rucki, M.; Lavrynenko, S.N.; Siemiątkowski, Z.; Bryleva, E.Yu.; Odnovolova, O.M. (2021)
    This monograph focuses on development of inorganic nanomaterials for removal of metallic species from the aqueous environment. General synthetic methods to prepare such materials are lacking. This book investigates problems ...
  • Axelsson, Karl; Flodin, Camilla; Pirholt, Mattias (2020)
    "This volume re-examines traditional interpretations of the rise of modern aesthetics in eighteenth-century Britain and Germany. It provides a new account that connects aesthetic experience with morality, science, and ...
  • Ben Amara, Ramzi (2020)
    On the basis on solid fieldwork in northern Nigeria including participant observation, interviews with Izala, Sufis, and religion experts, and collection of unpublished material related to Izala, three aspects of the ...
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    In fall 1997 the Center for Japanese Studies at The University of Michigan celebrated its fiftieth anniversary. The November symposium featured more than fifty speakers, moderators, and musicians who celebrated the occasion ...
  • Cole, Robert E.; Yakushiji, Taizo (2020)
    This report was prepared for the Policy Board by the U.S. and Japanese research staffs of the Joint U.S.–Japan Automotive Study under the general direction of Professors Paul W. McCracken and Keichi Oshima, with research ...
  • Oksenberg, Michel; Henderson, Gail (2020)
    An indispensable aid to researching a crucial series of policy statements, the present guide provides access to the only continuous source from China which illuminates high-level policy. Includes an extensive subject index.
  • Zurbuchen, Mary S. (2020)
    The oldest and most extensive written language of Southeast Asia is Old Javanese, or Kawi. It is the oldest language in terms of written records, and the most extensive in the number and variety of its texts. Javanese ...
  • Deshpande, Madhav M. (2020)
    In the historical study of the Indian grammarian tradition, a line of demarcation can often be drawn between the conformity of a system with the well-known grammar of Pa?ini and the explanatory effectiveness of that system. ...
  • Engel, David (2020)
    This essay originated in an attempt to bring together the study of law and Thai history in a description of the transformation of Thailand during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries as seen from a legal point ...
  • Owen, Norman G. (2020)
    This volume is a manifestation of the continuing interest of scholars at the University of Michigan in Philippine studies. Written by a generation of post-colonial scholars, it attempts to unravel some of the historical ...
  • Malm, William P.; Sweeney, Amin (2020)
    The first of two studies included is “Music in Kelantan, Malaysia and Some of Its Cultural Implications,” by William P. Malm. Kelantan is the northernmost province on the east coast of Malaysia. It is considered to be the ...
  • Poffenberger, Thomas (2020)
    Our major research interest in the village under study was originally in the area of socialization practices, social change and variables related to fertility behavior. We had not planned a study of the diffusion of news ...
  • J Shulman, Frank (2020)
    This volume gathers the harvest of recent doctoral dissertations on South Asia, principally from North America and Western Europe, but exclusive of theses from universities in South Asia itself. The yield—1305 dissertations ...
  • Park, Richard L. (2020)
    The lectures presented in this volume were given during the summer of 1970 under the sponsorship of the CIC Summer Program on South Asia and the Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies of the University of Michigan. ...
  • Saran, Richard; Ziegler, Norman P. (2020)
    The Me?tiyo Ra?ho?s of Me?to, Rajasthan is a treasure for scholars of Rajput history. Richard D. Saran and Norman P. Ziegler, whose contributions to Rajput studies are well known to specialists in the field, have given us ...
  • Das, K.C.; Das, K. C. (2020)
    K. C. Das is deservedly one of the most celebrated writers in India today. He writes primarily in Oriya, the language of his native state of Orissa, where he was born in 1924. A civil servant by profession, Das pursued a ...

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