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Beyond war : archaeological approaches to violence
edited by Albert García-Piquer and Assumpció Vila-Mitjà
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
Baker Berry CC72.4 .B49 2016

Em busca de raízes : memórias e histórias das famílias Crivella e Foch
Somensi, Elinor Arlete Veit, 1951- author
São Leopoldo : Oikos Editora, 2015
Baker Berry CS309.C752 S66 2015

That was then, this is now : contemporary archaeology and material cultures in Australia
edited by Ursula K. Frederick and Anne Clarke
Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2016
Baker Berry CC97.A8 T43 2016

Ancient worlds : a global history of antiquity
Scott, Michael, 1981- author
New York : Basic Books, [2016]
Politics in an Axial Age. Athenian democracy and the desire for people-power ; Rome, the Republic, and the perfection of government ; China, Confucius and the quest for the just ruler -- War and a world in change. A new generation arises ; Making connections ; Empires in East and West -- Religious change in a connected world. Religious innovation from inside and out ; Enforcing, mixing and moulding religion ; Religion and rule.

Twenty-five-hundred years ago, civilizations around the world entered a revolutionary new era that overturned old order and laid the foundation for our world today. In the face of massive social changes across three continents, radical new forms of government emerged; mighty wars were fought over trade, religion, and ideology; and new faiths were ruthlessly employed to unify vast empires. The histories of Rome and China, Greece and India-- the stories of Constantine and Confucius, Qin Shi Huangdi and Hannibal-- are here revealed to be interconnected incidents in the midst of a greater drama. In Ancient Worlds, historian Michael Scott presents a gripping narrative of this unique age in human civilization, showing how diverse societies responded to similar pressures and how they influenced one another: through conquest and conversion, through trade in people, goods, and ideas. An ambitious reinvention of our grandest histories, Ancient Worlds reveals new truths about our common human heritage.--
Baker Berry CB311 .S368 2016

北京第1版
张亚初, author
Beijing Shi : Zhonghua shu ju, 2016
Baker Berry East Asian CS2990 .Z4446 2016

胡適的日記 : 手稿本 / [作者胡適]
胡適, 1891-1962
臺北市 : 遠流出版事業股份有限公司, 1989-1990
1. 1921.4-8 -- 2. 1921.9-1922.4 -- 3. 1922.5-10 -- 4. 1923.4-12 -- 5. 1924-1926.12 -- 6. 1926.12-1928.4 -- 7. 1928.5-9 -- 8. 1928.10-1929.8 -- 9. 1929.9-1930.9 -- 10. 1930.10-1932.2 -- 11. 1932.11-1934.5 -- 12. 1934.6-1935 -- 13. 1936-1938 -- 14. 1939-1940 -- 15. 1941-1947 -- 16. 1948-1950 -- 17. 1951-1956 -- 18. 1957-1962.
Baker Berry East Asian CT3990.H78 A342 1989

A new vocabulary for global modernism
edited by Eric Hayot and Rebecca L. Walkowitz
New York : Columbia University Press, [2016]
Introduction / Eric Hayot and Rebecca L. Walkowitz -- Alienation / Christopher Reed -- Animal / Efthymia Rentzou -- Antiquity / David Damrosch -- Classic / Tsitsi Jaji -- Context / Christopher Bush -- Copy / Jacob Edmond -- Form / Jahan Ramazani -- Libraries / B. Venkat Mani -- Obsolescence / Mark Goble -- Pantomime / Monica L. Miller -- Puppets / Martin Puchner -- Slum / David Pike -- Style / Judith Brown -- Tradition / Rachel Adams -- Translation / Gayle Rogers -- War / Mariano Siskind.
Baker Berry CB428 .N49 2016

胡適言論集 : 甲乙編 / 胡適撰
胡適, 1891-
臺北 : 自由中國社, 民國42 [1953]
Jia bian. Xue shu zhi bu -- Yi bian. Shi shi wen ti.
Baker Berry East Asian CT3990.H78 A5 1953

História e genealogia da família Teló : de Torre de Picenardi em Cremona ao Sul do Brasil
Vasconcellos, Vanésia Zibetti, author
Porto Alegre, RS : Edigal, 2015
Baker Berry CS303 .T45 V37 2015

The archaeology of human-environment interactions : strategies for investigating anthropogenic landscapes, dynamic environments, and climate change in the human past
edited by Daniel A. Contreras
New York, NY : Routledge, 2017
Correlation is Not Enough : Building Better Arguments in the Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions / Daniel A. Contreras -- [1] Case Studies -- Convergence and Divergence as Problems of Explanation In Land Use Histories : Two Mexican Examples / Aleksander Borejsza and Arthur A. Joyce -- [2] Alluvial geoarchaeology -- From the river to the fields : the contribution of micromorphology to the study of hydro-agrosystems in semi-arid environments (Phoenix, Arizona) / Louise Purdue -- [3] Micromorphology and agrosystems -- Regional Climate, Local Paleoenvironment, and Early Cultivation in the middle Wadi el-Hasa, Jordan / Daniel A. Contreras and Cheryl Makarewicz -- [4] Paleolandscape Reconstruction in Archaeology -- Human-Environment Interactions through the Epipalaeolithic of Eastern Jordan / Matthew D. Jones, Lisa Maher, Tobias Richter, Danielle Macdonald, and Louise Martin -- [5] Integrating archaeological and palaeoenvironmental data through on-site and off-site stratigraphy -- Living on the Edge : Pre-Columbian Habitation of the Desert Periphery of the Chicama Valley, Perú / Ari Caramanica and Michele Koons -- [7] Landscape Paleobotany -- A fine-grained analysis of terra preta formation: understanding causality through microartifactual and chemical indices in the Central Amazon / Anna T. Browne Ribeiro -- [8] Pedology for Archaeology -- External Impacts on Internal Dynamics : Effects of Paleoclimatic and Demographic Variability on Acorn Exploitation along the Central California Coast / Brian F. Codding and Terry L. Jones -- [9] Spatially Explicit Behavioral Ecology -- Describing Microenvironments Used for Nomadic Pastoralist Habitation Sites : Explanatory Tools for Surfaces, Places, and Networks / Joshua Wright -- [10] Simple Suitability Rasters as Tools for Archaeological Discovery -- Soil Geochemistry and the Role of Nutrient Values in Understanding Archaic State Formation : A Case Study from Kaupo, Maui, Hawaiian Islands / Alexander Baer -- [11] Soil Geochemical Analyses in Archaeology -- Discussion -- Epilogue / Frances Hayashida.

"The impacts of climate change on human societies, and the roles those societies themselves play in altering their environments, appear in headlines more and more as concern over modern global climate change intensifies. Increasingly, archaeologists and paleoenvironmental scientists are looking to evidence from the human past to shed light on the processes which link environmental and cultural change. Establishing clear contemporaneity and correlation, and then moving beyond correlation to causation, remains as much a theoretical task as a methodological one. This book addresses this challenge by exploring new approaches to human-environment dynamics and confronting the key task of constructing arguments that can link the two in concrete and detailed ways. The contributors include researchers working in a wide variety of regions and time periods, including Mesoamerica, Mongolia, East Africa, the Amazon Basin, and the Island Pacific, among others. Using methodological vignettes from their own research, the contributors explore diverse approaches to human-environment dynamics, illustrating the manifold nature of the subject and suggesting a wide variety of strategies for approaching it. This book will be of interest to researchers and scholars in Archaeology, Paleoenvironmental Science, Ecology, and Geology"--Publisher's website.
Baker Berry CC81 .A74 2017

胡適與他的朋友 / 李又寧主編
紐約 : [Taipei] : 天外出版社 ; 台北業強出版社, 1990-<1999>
Baker Berry East Asian CT3990.H78 H868 1990

Ladislau Leopoldo Leviski : uma história de vida e um olhar ao passado
Cembranel, Maria Lourdes Leviski, author
São Leopoldo : Oikos Editora, 2015
Baker Berry CS309 .L482 2015

Família Perondi : 25 anos de uma caminhada
Ildo Perondi (org.)
São Leopoldo, RS : Oikos, 2015
Baker Berry CS309.P47 F36 2015

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