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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology
Routledge History publishes academic books, journals and online resources covering history, heritage studies, archaeology, and anthropology.
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology 42m
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Congrats Markus! Looks great and we hope you're pleased with the end product. Check out this link for tips on how to promote your book moving forwards -
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Gad Heuman 19h
New article in the June issue of Slavery & Abolition and : ‘To favor the side of freedom’: judicial opinions and the law of slavery (Author: Kelly Kennington)
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Dr. Joshua R. Hall 11h
I had the pleasure of reviewing a great collection from . Included are chapters by authors like , , and many, many others! I couldn't get into too much detail, but the series is powerful and essential reading (IMO)
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Thanks for the kind words Joshua, glad to hear you enjoyed 'The Senses in Antiquity' - it is a great collection!
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Planning on recording episode 5 of the Routledge History podcast later today. Previous episodes are here:
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Vahagn Avedian 4h
Will present my book on the politics of memory of the at on Saturday June 22
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Reviewed at 's majestic history of Argentinian soccer
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As part of we're asking our wonderful delegates what one popular misconception about medieval studies, or their discipline or area of expertise, they would most like to dispel... Let us know, especially if you would like to take part in a short video!
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Markus Wahl 20h
It finally arrived! Thanks to for publishing it and I am grateful to everyone who supported me on that journey.
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New – Using multiple sources Meir Zamir argues that under the Labour government, Arabist officers in the provoked Egypt’s King Faruq to go to against Israel. Read free access here:
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All human groups across the world have possessed archaeologically and ethnologically documented visual culture, and explaining what factors lead to the creation of specific forms of art is a key objective of archaeology
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology Jun 17
Want to make your mark in World War I research? Publish with today!
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Have you seen our new whitepaper yet? We surveyed higher education faculty to find out how they think is helping or hurting them. Download the free white paper to learn more
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Join Sophie Page and Catherine Rider on Wednesday 26th of June for the launch of their book 'The Routledge History of Medieval Magic'. For more information and to register for the event visit: Find out more about their book here:
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How did influence socio-cultural and political power constellations in India and the metropole? Read more here
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Journal of Field Archaeology's article on funerary practices in the late Maya period in Xuenkal, Yucatan, Mexico is still influencing research! Discover more today
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology Jun 17
New Journal – @avoiding_bear’s article examines texts that deal with & between 1625-6 arguing that writers represented both as interconnected parts of Protestant providential . Read it here free access:
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology Jun 18
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Matthew McCormack Jun 17
It has arrived!!
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Routledge History, Heritage Studies & Archaeology Jun 17
Join Sophie Page and Catherine Rider on Wednesday 26th of June for the launch of their book 'The Routledge History of Medieval Magic'. For more information and to register for the event visit: Find out more about their book here:
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