The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series

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1. Cover image for 'Natures Past'
The Environment and Human History
Edited by Paolo Squatriti
A global examination of how human communities have interacted with different kinds of natural environments through their cultural, social and economic activities
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Paper 2006 $41.95 Available Add Paper for "Natures Past" to Cart
2. Cover image for 'Constructing Culture and Power in Latin America'
Daniel H. Levine, Editor
Provides a basis for understanding change in Latin America and what that understanding means for scholarly analysis
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Paper 1993 $44.95 Available Add Paper for "Constructing Culture and Power in Latin America" to Cart
3. Cover image for 'Comparing Muslim Societies'
Knowledge and the State in a World Civilization
Juan R. I. Cole, Editor
A study of the diversity of Muslim life and culture that challenges conventional Western opinion
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Paper 1992 $35.95 Available Add Paper for "Comparing Muslim Societies" to Cart
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Each volume in this series originates with a selection from articles that have appeared in the quarterly journal Comparative Studies in Society and History. These articles are revised and are supplemented by newly commissioned essays. Individual volumes are designed with specific audiences in mind, with potential for classroom use a primary consideration. Each book is expected to stand alone as an important measure of the current state of the topic it addresses.

The Comparative Studies in Society and History Book Series

Each volume in this series originates with a selection from articles that have appeared in the quarterly journal Comparative Studies in Society and History. These articles are revised and are supplemented by newly commissioned essays. Individual volumes are designed with specific audiences in mind, with potential for classroom use a primary consideration. Each book is expected to stand alone as an important measure of the current state of the topic it addresses.


Raymond Grew

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Series Editor

Raymond Grew


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