Comparative and thematic histories Mapping the end of empire: American and British strategic visions in the postwar world / Aiyaz Husain. History and popular memory: the power of story in moments of crisis / Paul A. Cohen. The lifeblood of war: logistics in armed conflict / Julian Thompson. Empires of vision: a reader / Martin Jay and Sumathi Ramaswamy, eds. The Princeton companion to Atlantic history / editor, Joseph C.
Comparative and thematic studies Death and the Afterlife / edited by Jacob Neusner. – Cannibal metaphysics: for a post-structural anthropology / Eduardo Viveiros de Castro translated and edited by Peter Skafish – The postsocialist religious question: faith and power in Central Asia and East-Central Europe / Chris Hann and the Civil Religion Group – The hip hop and religion reader / edited by Monica R. Miller and Anthony B. Pinn
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E-books Egypt in the reign of Muhammad Ali / Afaf Lutfi al-Sayyid Marsot [Available from Cambridge Books Online]. Wars of imperial conquest in Africa, 1830-1914 / Bruce Vandervort [Available from ebrary] South Africa: a modern history / T.R.H. Davenport and Christopher Saunders; foreword by Desmond Tutu (5th edition) [Available from Dawsonera] Books Representing Israel in modern Egypt: ideas, intellectuals and foreign policy from Nasser to Mubarak / Ewan Stein In