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    • Fafinski, Mateusz; Riemenschneider, Jakob (2022)
      „The Past through Narratology“ proposes a fresh approach to various types of texts from Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Starting from a broad definition of what a text can be – ranging from hagiographic narratives ...
    • Fara, Andrea (2022)
      It appears reductive to define the historical processes that characterised central and eastern Europe in medieval and modern times as a deviation or involution from the starting point of the western European model and ...
    • Schwitter, Thomas (2022)
      The study traces the development of historiography surrounding the rulers in France in the 15th and early 16th centuries. In the first two parts, the focus is on the continuation and printing of the “Grandes Chroniques” ...
    • Bockholt, Philip (2022)
      The Persian world history “Ḥabīb al-siyar” is one of the most copied historiographical works in Islamic intellectual history. Written by the Iranian historian Khvāndamīr in Herat during the rule of the Shiʿi Safavids in ...
    • Rodrigues, Elizabeth (2022)
      On a near-daily basis, data is being used to narrate our lives. Categorizing algorithms drawn from amassed personal data to assign narrative destinies to individuals at crucial junctures, simultaneously predicting and ...
    • Volont, Louis; Lijster, Thijs; Gielen, Pascal (2022)
      Artists and creative workers have long been attracted to urban environments. Yet the ‘creative city ‘of the 21st century comes with its own pitfalls. From precarity at the level of the worker to gentrification at the level ...
    • Vilarroya, Oscar (2002)
      This book presents an original thesis about the notion of sensory experience and of the mind’s architecture, which is grounded in current trends in cognitive science and philosophy of mind. Presented in the form of a ...
    • Beyleveld, Alexander D. (2022)
      Through the lens of cooperative sovereignty and the common concern of humankind concept, this book contemplates what kind of transnational corporate taxation system would be necessary for appropriately dealing with rising ...
    • Gál, Ota (2022)
      Although Plotinus’ two treatises on beauty could be taken to reflect an evolution in his thought, a careful examination shows that he consistently argues for a conception of beauty as the illuminated unity in multiplicity ...
    • Balkwill, Stephanie; Benn, James A. (2022)
      Case studies in the dynamic, contested, exciting, constant, and ever evolving relationship between Buddhism and the state across pre-modern East Asia.
    • Satragno, Lucía (2022)
      Monetary Stability as a Common Concern in International Law convincingly argues that monetary stability should be recognised as a Common Concern of Humankind. It also claims that international monetary reform is needed and ...
    • Duturaeva, Dilnoza (2022)
      Qarakhanid Roads to China takes readers on a large-scale adventure with envoys and merchants, monks and artists, men and women along the Silk Roads and beyond.
    • de Guttry, Andreas; Frulli, Micaela; Casolari, Federico; Poli, Ludovica (2022)
      This book explores the interplay between International Law and Chemical, Biological, Radio-Nuclear (CBRN) risks. An all-hazards approach is adopted to cover events of intentional, accidental and natural origin, and ...
    • Scholten, Koen; van Miert, Dirk; Enenkel, Karl A.E. (2022)
      Accounts and analyses of the formation of scholarly and scientific communities in the early modern period by means of memory and collective identity.
    • Paulau, Stanislau; Tamcke, Martin (2022)
      This volume offers a new perspective on the Horn of Africa’s Christian past and reclaims its place on the map of global Christianity.
    • Al-Jallad, Ahmad (2022)
      This book presents a reconstruction of pre-Islamic Arabian religion based on epigraphic and archaeological sources.
    • Meyer, Tirza (2022)
      This book explores how ocean governance expert Elisabeth Mann Borgese (1918–2002) spent decades fighting to promote her radical vision of a just ocean order in the United Nations Law of the Sea Convention.
    • Greiner, Clemens; Van Wolputte, Steven; Bollig, Michael (2022)
      This collection brings together scholars from different disciplines. In short and provocative essays, they shine their light on the often ambivalent and contradictory possibilities and challenges people in Africa are facing. ...
    • van de Ven, Jeroen M.M. (2022)
      In this descriptive bibliography Jeroen van de Ven examines all editions of Spinoza’s writings published between 1663 and 1694: his exposition of Descartes’s ‘Principles’ with the ‘Metaphysical Thoughts’, the ‘Theologica ...
    • Alfonso, Esperanza; del Barco, Javier (2021)
      In Translating the Hebrew Bible in Medieval Iberia Esperanza Alfonso and Javier del Barco offer an edition and comprehensive study of the first Hebrew-vernacular biblical glossary-commentary produced in medieval Iberia ...