By Irene A. Wright
By John Langellier,Mike Adams
By Andreas Eckert
Global Histories of labor is the 1st identify within the new sequence "Work in international and old Perspective". This number of chosen articles written by way of best students in numerous disciplines presents either an advent and various insights into topics, debates and strategies of worldwide Labour background as they've been built during the last years. The contributions to the amount talk about the most important historiographical advancements; current assorted professions that experience received new cognizance within the context of an rising worldwide Labour heritage; seriously interact the limits of "free" labour and the ambiguities contained during this thought; and take in and historicize present debates approximately "informal labour". Global Histories of Work will familiarize readers with a burgeoning fi eld of excessive educational, social, and political relevance.
By Dee Molenaar
* exact fortieth anniversary edition
* that includes one hundred twenty five photographs, ninety illustrations, and 15 maps
* unique conceal paintings by way of Dee Molenaar
Originally released in 1971, The problem of Rainier is a vintage in climbing reference and literature, lengthy thought of the definitive paintings at the hiking background of Mount Rainier.
Author Dee Molenaar covers geology, glaciology, and weather; early climbs relationship ahead of 1900; the pioneering efforts on over 35 routes in iciness and summer season; impressive summit climbs; mountain tragedies at the steep slopes; and the courses who've led summit seekers through the years. For the fortieth anniversary version new info comprises more moderen ascents, rescues, mountain publications, and hiking tendencies; up-to-date records via 2010; and a brand new foreword by means of famed climber (and former Rainier consultant) Ed Viesturs.
By Marc Flandreau,Carl-Ludwig Holtfrerich,Harold James
By Bruce Scates
By Joan Harrison
By Michael Farquhar
By Sabrina P. Ramet,O. Listhaug
By Ann Christys
These Vikings were just a footnote to the historical past of the Viking Age. Many tales approximately their actions continue to exist merely in tricky types written centuries after the development, and in Arabic. This publication reconsiders the Arabic fabric as a part of a file that still contains Latin chronicles and charters in addition to archaeological and place-name proof. Arabic authors and their Latin contemporaries remembered Vikings in Iberia in unusually related methods. How they did so sheds gentle on modern responses to Vikings through the medieval world.