The Menahem Stern Jerusalem Lectures
Counterfactuals in History
A thought-provoking survey and critique of what-if? history
|Evans, Richard J.|
|Civil Society and Dictatorship in Modern German History
A consideration of twentieth-century German social history and the legacies of the two dictatorships
|Early Modern European Civilization and Its Political and Cultural Dynamism
A discussion of the authors confessionalization paradigm as a model for understanding European state formation
|Empires in Collision in Late Antiquity
Political and military developments in the Arabian Peninsula on the eve of Islam
|Bowersock, G. W.|
|Ethics through Literature
Ascetic and Aesthetic Reading in Western Culture
An investigation into the relationship between ethics, reading, and the creative imagination in Western culture
|History, Rhetoric, and Proof
One of the world's leading historians delivers a pathbreaking analysis of truth and rhetoric in the writing of history.
|Language and Power in the Early Middle Ages
Language and ideology in the scholarship of the late Middle Ages
|Geary, Patrick J.|
|The Nation in History
Historiographical Debates about Ethnicity and Nationalism
An expert analyzes the major debates between historians and social scientists on the nature and development of ethnic communities, nations, and nationalism.
|Smith, Anthony D.|
|Poverty and Leadership in the Later Roman Empire
A preeminent classical scholar on the emergence of one of our most familiar social divisions.
|Religion in China and Its Modern Fate
||Katz, Paul R.|
|The Roman Republic in Political Thought
An experienced scholar explains why the legendary early Republic, rather than the historical Republic of Cicero, has most influenced later political thought.
|Three Ways to Be Alien
Travails and Encounters in the Early Modern World
A study of individual trajectories in an early modern global context