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Immigration, Citizenship, And The Nation-State In France And Germany : A Comparative Historical Analysis, Rogers Brubaker Nov 1990

Immigration, Citizenship, And The Nation-State In France And Germany : A Comparative Historical Analysis, Rogers Brubaker

Rogers Brubaker

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The Kavousi-Thriphti Survey, 1988-1989, Margaret S. Mook, Donald Haggis Apr 1990

The Kavousi-Thriphti Survey, 1988-1989, Margaret S. Mook, Donald Haggis

Margaret S. Mook

Excavation was continued in four Late Minoan buildings on the north side of the Roussolakkos town site (Buildings 1 and 3-5). Building 1 was severely eroded but was fully revealed in outline, and good evidence was recovered for its history: founded in late LM lA, it replaced an MM IIB/LM lA structure in which metallurgical work in copper had taken place. Domestic activity (grinding grain and cooking) and some religious functions are among those suggested for the successive periods of later occupation (LM IB, LM II, and LM Ill). Building 3, adjacent to this, was much better preserved, up ...


Origen Y Evolución De Las Murallas De La Ciudad De Alicante., Pablo Rosser Jan 1990

Origen Y Evolución De Las Murallas De La Ciudad De Alicante., Pablo Rosser

pablo rosser

Libro sobre la creación y desarrollo de los distintos anillos defensivos que tuvo la villa y ciudad de alicante desde las primeras levantadas en época islámica. Este libro fue Premio de Investigación de la Conmemoración del Quinto Centenario de la Ciudad de Alicante en 1990.


Getting To The Heart Of The Matter: Collected Letters And Papers, Robert K. Thomas Jan 1990

Getting To The Heart Of The Matter: Collected Letters And Papers, Robert K. Thomas

Robert K. Thomas

This collection of some of the writings of Robert (Bob) Thomas, Cherokee elder, practitioner of the Cherokee traditional religion, mentor to a wide variety of younger Indian leaders, and anthropologist at the University of Arizona, were written over the last twenty-five years. They were written for different groups of people - some for Indians and others directed more to non-Indians, some for academics and others for a general audience. They cover a wide range of subjects and use a variety of writing styles. But all display Bob's great concern and passion, that which drives him - the survival of Indians as ...