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New Histories. Sven Beckert and Christine Desan, eds. Columbia University Press. American Capitalism. Google Preview. Pub Date: August
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It flourished thanks to an industrialized flood of paper and ink that submerged and obscured an earlier transnational history of prose fiction. Book history , Literary history , Transnational networks , Reading nation , Mechanical Reproduction , Industrialization , Evolutionary theory , Anthologies.


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New Histories of the Allied Occupation of Japan (1945-1952) - Chris Aldous Inaugural Lecture

But a lack of research using contemporary methods at this site—and nearby Roberts Island—limited a full understanding of what these sites could tell scholars. Thomas Pluckhahn and Victor Thompson reanalyze previous excavations and conduct new field investigations to tell the whole story of Crystal River from its beginnings as a ceremonial center through its growth into a large village to its decline at the turn of the first millennium while Roberts Island and other nearby areas thrived.

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Pluckhahn , professor of anthropology at the University of South Florida, is the author of Kolomoki: A volume in the Florida Museum of Natural History: Table of Contents Excerpt. Technology, Environment, and the State. Democratic or authoritarian, every society needs clean air and water; every state must manage its wildlife and natural resources.

In this provocative, comparative study, Paul R. Josephson asks to what extent the form of a government and its economy—centrally planned or market, colonial or post-colonial—determines how politicians, bureaucrats, scientists, engineers, and industrialists address environmental and social problems presented by the transformation of nature into a humanized landscape.

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In A Cultural History of Modern Science in China , Benjamin Elman has retold the story of the Jesuit impact on late imperial China, circa —, and the Protestant era in early modern China from the s to in a concise and accessible form ideal for the classroom. Monkey Trials and Gorilla Sermons: Evolution and Christianity from Darwin to Intelligent Design.

Heroes, Martyrs, and the Rise of Modern Mathematics. Alexander shows how popular stories about mathematicians are really morality tales about their craft as it relates to the world.


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  • In the eighteenth century, he says, mathematicians were idealized as child-like, eternally curious; by the nineteenth century, brilliant mathematicians became Romantic heroes like poets, artists, and musicians.