Ancient Near Eastern Civilizations A city from the dawn of history: Erbil in the cuneiform sources / by John MacGinnis. Présence et pouvoir hittites à Ougarit : le cas des DUMU.LUGAL / Charlotte Lebrun. Documents of Judean exiles and West Semites in Babylonia in the collection of David Sofer / by Laurie E. Pearce and Cornelia Wunsch. Life, death, and coming of age in Antiquity: individual rites of passage in
Red star over Iraq : Iraqi communism before Saddam / Johan Franzén. Languages of love and hate : conflict, communication, and identity in the medieval Mediterranean / edited by Sarah Lambert and Helen Nicholson. Mongol rule in Seljuk Anatolia. The politics of conquest and history-writing 1243-1282. Sara ur Yildiz. The people want : a radical exploration of the Arab Uprising / Gilbert Achcar ; translated from the French by G.M.
Cultural encounters during the Crusades / edited by Kurt Villads Jensen, Kirsi Salonen, Helle Vogt. Monarchy and modernity in Egypt: politics, Islam and neo-colonialism between the wars / James Whidden. The military collapse of China’s Ming Dynasty, 1618-44 / by Kenneth M. Swope. Not even my name: from a death march in Turkey to a new home in America, a young girl’s true story of genocide and survival /
17. Yüzyıl Türkçesi ve Söz Varlığı / Mertol Tulum Reinstating the Ottomans : alternative Balkan modernities, 1800-1912 / by Isa Blumi. A bibliography of works on Medieval communication / Marco Mostert. Vehicles of transmission, translation, and transformation in medieval textual culture / edited by Robert Wisnovsky … [et al.]. Horizons of the world : Festschrift for İsenbike Togan = Hudûdü’l-âlem : İsenbike Togan’a armağan / edited by/editörler İlker Evrim Binbaş,
The Royal Asiatic Society (14 Stephenson Way, near Euston Station) is launching two volumes on South Asia. Both books explore the social, political and cultural significance of indigenous forms of leadership (kings and gurus) in fresh and compelling ways. The book launch will be held on 25 October 2012 17:30 – 19:30 Speakers: Dr Aya Ikegame (The Open University), Dr Jacob Copeman (University of Edinburgh), Professor Anthony Good (University