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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details New Treatise on the Uniqueness of Consciousness Xiong Shili John Makeham World Thought in Translation Format Hardback 416 pages ISBN 9780300191578 Published 02 Oct 2015 Price 60 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The Watershed of Modern Politics Law Virtue Kingship and Consent 1300 1650 Francis Oakley The Emergence of Western Political Thought in the Latin Middle Ages Format Hardback 440 pages ISBN 9780300194432 Published 02 Oct 2015 Price 60 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details The Pyramid Complex of Amenemhat I at Lisht Dieter Arnold Egyptian Expedition Publications of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Format Hardback 184 pages ISBN 9781588396044 Published 11 Sep 2015 Price 65 00 Add to Basket Slaves of One Master Globalization and Slavery in Arabia in the Age of Empire Prof Matthew S Hopper Format Hardback 320 pages ISBN 9780300192018 Published 01 Sep 2015 Price 60 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details Language and Literacy in Roman Judaea A Study of the Bar Kokhba Documents Michael Owen Wise The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library Format Hardback 544 pages ISBN 9780300204537 Published 03 Jul 2015 Price 60 00 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF You can purchase this title from a number of online retailers see below Amazon co uk Blackwell s Foyles Google eBooks Hive co uk iTunes Kobo Tesco eBooks WH Smith Visit our eBooks page for more details Women s Divination in Biblical Literature Prophecy Necromancy and Other Arts of Knowledge Esther J Hamori The Anchor Yale Bible Reference Library Format Hardback 288 pages ISBN 9780300178913 Published 02 Jun 2015 Price 60

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  • Heroic Failure and the British by Stephanie Barczewski - Yale University Press
    Clemson University and the author of Titanic A Night Remembered among other books She lives in Greenville SC This is a thoughtful very original and well argued book that reassesses the many links that have existed between episodes of failure on the one hand and imperial power heroism and masculinity on the other Linda Colley author of Britons Forging the Nation 1707 1837 This book deftly places a British tradition of heroic failure not as the exemplar of modesty or stoicism but as an alibi of empire In Barczewski s capable hands oft told stories such as Stanley s encounter with Livingstone the Charge of the Light Brigade Captain Scott s death in the Antarctic and the last stand almost anywhere shine in a new light cast by imperial hubris The result is a good read as edifying as it is entertaining Peter Mandler author of The English National Character The History of an Idea from Edmund Burke to Tony Blair More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Sleep in Early Modern England Sasha Handley 25 00 Russia s Path Toward Enlightenment Gary M Hamburg 75 00 Portrait of a Woman in Silk Zara Anishanslin 30 00 Possession Erin Thompson 20 00 Hitler s Berlin Thomas Friedrich 12 99 Life in the Country House in Georgian Ireland Patricia McCarthy 45 00 Revolutions Without Borders Janet Polasky 12 99 Bulldozer Francesca Russello Ammon 30 00 Classics for the Masses Pauline Fairclough 35 00 Homintern Gregory Woods 25 00 Family Politics Paul Ginsborg 14 99 The Culture of Food in England 1200 1500 C M Woolgar 30 00 Mourning Lincoln Martha Hodes 12 99 Stalin s Music Prize Marina Frolova Walker 30 00 The Old Boys David Turner 10 99 Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire Karl Galinsky 55 00 The

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  • Flourishing by Mr. Miroslav Volf - Yale University Press
    serves us for living out our authentic humanity as envisioned within these traditions Through renewal and reform religions might in turn shape globalization so that can be about more than bread alone Miroslav Volf is the Henry B Wright Professor of Theology at Yale University and the author of several books including Exclusion and Embrace winner of the Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion The contemporary globalized world offers a bewildering scene horrifying acts of religious hatred and cruelty exist alongside zones where people of different religions live in unprecedented mutual respect even friendly exchange Digging deep into the sources of his own Christian faith Volf offers an insightful and penetrating answer to both these questions Charles Taylor McGill University Volf convincingly tackles one of the most important issues of the twenty first century how we can have a peaceful religious pluralism together with healthy globalisation He not only gives the facts and analyses the situation perceptively he also has the depth of understanding of a range of religions to produce a practical way forward that is both realistic and attractive David F Ford University of Cambridge Miroslav Volf s prophetic voice brings a new perspective to the question of what it means to live the good life in a world shaped by globalization John J DeGioia Georgetown University In Flourishing Miroslav Volf offers us an enthralling analysis of the mutual interplay between globalization and the world s great religions along with an inspiring vision of how great faiths can be enlarged rather than threatened by diversity An outstanding and timely work by one of the great theologians of our time Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Volf brilliantly weaves several strands of argument into an ambitious brief for the positive functions of religion in today s global village where the negative consequences

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  • Yale University Press Search Results Listing
    of 1 Sort Results Filter Sort results by Please select Relevance Date published Date all books Title A Z Title Z A Flourishing Why We Need Religion in a Globalized World Mr Miroslav Volf Format Hardback 304 pages ISBN 9780300186536 Published 02 Feb 2016 Price 18 99 Add to Basket book Available Buy this e Book Yale eBooks are available in a variety of formats including Kindle ePub and ePDF

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  • A History of Modern South Asia by Ian Talbot - Yale University Press
    specifically on the impact of external influences on the local peoples and cultures This text explores the region s colonial and postcolonial past and the cultural and economic Indian reaction to the years of British authority thus viewing the transformation of modern South Asia through the lens of a wider world Ian Talbot is professor of modern british history and formerly head of history at the University of Southampton United Kingdom and has written numerous books on the modern histories of India and Pakistan The book showcases Ian Talbot s lifetime of scholarship and his very wide ranging knowledge of South Asia The text has a lighter touch than many more standard histories Undergraduates studying the region will find it a very useful introduction Owen Bennett Jones author of Pakistan The Eye of the Storm This book is a genuinely important contribution It will be enlightening for specialists and accessible to beginning students of South Asia It s a major accomplishment Lucy Chester University of Colorado at Boulder More like this Recently viewed titles prev next Zulu Warriors John Laband 25 00 Indian Ocean Slavery in the Age of Abolition Robert W Harms 23 00 William Beckford Dr Perry Gauci 22 50 Marlborough s America Stephen Saunders Webb 29 95 Macaulay and Son Catherine Hall 35 00 Making Ireland English Jane Ohlmeyer 40 00 When London Was Capital of America Julie Flavell 12 99 Imperial Landscapes John E Crowley 45 00 Islanders Nicholas Thomas 28 00 When London Was Capital of America Julie Flavell 22 50 Defying Empire Thomas M Truxes 15 00 Pilgrims Susan Hardman Moore 16 00 Defying Empire Thomas M Truxes 22 50 The Great Partition Yasmin Khan 12 00 Empires of the Atlantic World John H Elliott 16 00 Barbaros David J Weber 14 00 Empire

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  • Grounds for Dreaming by Lori A. Flores - Yale University Press
    bracero and undocumented confronted and interacted with one another during this period An incisive study of labor migration race gender citizenship and class Lori Flores s first book offers crucial insights for today s ever growing U S Latino demographic the farmworker rights movement and future immigration policy Lori Flores is assistant professor of history at the State University of New York at Stony Brook The place long celebrated as America s salad bowl reveals itself in Lori Flores s eloquent and deeply researched account to be an unusually potent vantage point from which to assess not only the forces behind much of our food production but also the making of American ideas of race and community and our capacity for reform and social justice Grounds for Dreaming represents the debut of an important new voice in American history Karl Jacoby Columbia University A beautifully crafted community history that underscores the significance of rural lives especially Mexican lives to California and the nation With a vibrant grace Flores chronicles the people and events that made Salinas a crucible for farm labor relations Vicki L Ruiz University of California Irvine This terrific study of California s all important Salinas Valley is the first to capture that region s history from the 1930s into the 1990s Beautifully written and researched it will be indispensable for general readers and for scholars interested in Western agriculture civil rights movements and Latino history Stephen Pitti Yale University More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Portrait of a Woman in Silk Zara Anishanslin 30 00 American Colonial History Thomas S Kidd 12 99 An American Genocide Benjamin Madley 25 00 Founders as Fathers Lorri Glover 12 99 Bulldozer Francesca Russello Ammon 30 00 Legal Codes and Talking Trees Katrina Jagodinsky 25 00 Mourning Lincoln Martha Hodes 12 99 The American School Susan Rather 50 00 The Saltwater Frontier Andrew Lipman 25 00 G I Messiahs Jonathan H Ebel 30 00 Home Rule Dr Honor Sachs 45 00 The Cherokee Diaspora Gregory D Smithers 30 00 Brazil Michael Reid 10 99 Sovereignty for Survival James Robert Allison III 35 00 Inglorious Revolution William R Summerhill 65 00 The President and the Apprentice Irwin F Gellman 25 00 The American Census Margo J Anderson 25 00 The Good Pirates of the Forgotten Bayous Ken Wells 10 99 A Little History of the United States James West Davidson 14 99 prev next An American Genocide Benjamin Madley 25 00 Legal Codes and Talking Trees Katrina Jagodinsky 25 00 Wanted Robert M Utley 20 00 Home Rule Dr Honor Sachs 45 00 The Cherokee Diaspora Gregory D Smithers 30 00 Sovereignty for Survival James Robert Allison III 35 00 George I Sanchez Carlos Kevin Blanton 30 00 Subverting Exclusion Prof Andrea Geiger 17 99 The Yaquis and the Empire Raphael Brewster Folsom 30 00 Gathering Together Sami Lakomaki 25 00 Sun Chief Don C Talayesva 14 99 Before L A David Samuel Torres Rouff 45 00

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  • Nietzsche's Orphans by Rebecca Mitchell - Yale University Press
    it belongs Rebecca Mitchell has cast the widest net yet in pursuit of the volatile culture of late imperial Russia Like a Scriabin finale her book roars and soars prestissimo volando Richard Taruskin author of the Oxford History of Western Music Modernity fragments but music unites such is the thesis of this haunting provocative book Highlighting Scriabin Rachmaninoff and the Medtner brothers Mitchell examines those intense pre Bolshevik decades when Russian musicians and music lovers drew on Schopenhauer Soloviev and the youthful Nietzsche to elevate and harmonize their homeland Their musical metaphysics promised apocalyptic synthesis Like Orpheus all was soon dismembered Caryl Emerson Princeton University In this fascinating and poignant analysis of a nation s search for its musical and cultural destiny Rebecca Mitchell is a shrewd but sympathetic guide through the dizzying optimism haunting self doubt and finally the despair of Russia s cultured elite as the spectre of revolution first stalked then overwhelmed their country Pauline Fairclough University of Bristol A fascinating and deeply informed study of how cultural elites in late imperial Russia invested music with salvific power of how musical metaphysics formed their worldview and shaped their search for meaning in the midst of crisis war and revolution Randall A Poole The College of St Scholastica More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Hitler s Compromises Nathan Stoltzfus 25 00 Russia s Path Toward Enlightenment Gary M Hamburg 75 00 Scorched Earth Jorg Baberowski 25 00 The First Circumnavigators Harry Kelsey 25 00 Orthokosta Thanassis Valtinos 16 99 Reformations Carlos M N Eire 25 00 The Less You Know the Better You Sleep David Satter 20 00 Frederick Barbarossa John B Freed 30 00 Baroque Naples and the Industry of Painting Dr Christopher R Marshall 50 00 Hitler s Berlin Thomas Friedrich

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  • A Marginal Jew: Rethinking the Historical Jesus Volume V; Probing the Authenticity of the Parables by John P. Meier - Yale University Press
    Jesus John P Meier is William K Warren Professor of Theology New Testament at the University of Notre Dame and the author of A Marginal Jew Rethinking the Historical Jesus He has also written six other books and over seventy articles At various times he has been the editor or associate editor of The Catholic Biblical Quarterly New Testament Studies and Dead Sea Discoveries John Meier s refusal to belong to a particular school of Gospels research is clearly evident in this latest volume in the Marginal Jew series His remarkable erudition both in the primary sources and in the extensive secondary literature is palpable throughout He is the very model of a sober and learned contrarian Simon Gathercole University of Cambridge The subject of the parables is one of the more daunting areas of historical Jesus research Yet with his characteristic wisdom and wit John Meier guides us through the many parables that are attached to Jesus name Freely conceding that in many cases utter certainty will escape us Meier shows us which parables are most likely from the lips of Jesus and why Gary A Anderson University of Notre Dame This book is a breath of fresh air refreshingly forthright about what can and cannot be said about the parables attributed to Jesus Meier shows that the parables can no longer be seen as the bedrock for reconstructing the historical Jesus Yet four parables have a demonstrable origin in his teaching Adela Yarbro Collins Yale University Seldom in the history of scholarship has one scholar so attractively combined both scientific and theological sophistication as does John Meier one of our leading experts on the Historical Jesus In this fifth volume of his definitive Marginal Jew series Meier explores the authenticity of Jesus parables James H Charlesworth Princeton Theological Seminary Father Meier s amazingly disinterested accounts of the career of Jesus will now include this subtle and astute exegesis of the parables Harold Bloom Sterling Professor of the Humanities Yale University More like this In this series Recently viewed titles prev next Christ Child Stephen J Davis 30 00 Marginal Jew Volume IV Rethinking the Historical Jesus John P Meier 30 00 Marginal Jew Rethinking the Historical Jesus Volume I The Roots of the Problem and the Person John P Meier 30 00 A Marginal Jew Rethinking the Historical Jesus Volume 3 Companions and Competitors John P Meier 30 00 A Marginal Jew Rethinking the Historical Jesus Volume 2 John P Meier 30 00 Jesus Through the Centuries Jaroslav Pelikan 10 95 Mary Through the Centuries Jaroslav Pelikan 10 99 prev next Where the Gods are Mark S Smith 50 00 An Introduction to the New Testament Raymond E Brown 18 99 The Responsive Self Susan Niditch 35 00 Revelation and Authority Benjamin D Sommer 30 00 Language and Literacy in Roman Judaea Michael Owen Wise 60 00 Women s Divination in Biblical Literature Esther J Hamori 60 00 Alexander to Constantine v III Eric M Meyers 15 99

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