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Frontiers in Question: Eurasian Borderlands, 700–1700
List of Maps and Figures Preface Abbreviations Introduction D.J.Power and N.Standen The Creation of a Medieval Frontier: Islam and Christianity in the Iberian Peninsula E.Manzano MorenoExpand
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Frontiers in Question
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Demystifying China: New Understandings of Chinese History
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Unbounded Loyalty: Frontier Crossings in Liao China
"Unbounded Loyalty" investigates how frontiers worked before the modern nation-state was invented. The perspective is that of the people in the borderlands who shifted their allegiance from theExpand
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Defining the Global Middle Ages (AHRC Research Network)
This report sketches the goals and findings of a research network involving some thirty UK-based academics, charting the development of our collective thinking from efforts to establish parameters toExpand
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Defining the Global Middle Ages
What was › global‹ in the Middle Ages? Our project begins from the premise that the medieval period has the potential to shape cen tral debates within the broader field of global history while at theExpand
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Beyond the skin colour of racism
Jeffrey Kaplan and Tore Bjøørgo (eds.), Nation and Race: The Developing Euro‐American Racist Subculture (Boston, MA: Northeastern University Press, 1998). Pp.xiv + 273. £47.50 (cloth); £19Expand
Battlefronts Real and Imagined: War, Border, and Identity in the Chinese Middle Period (review)
responsibility and Belisarius does not escape being held responsible in whole or in part for failure or defeat. Belisarius’s failure in Italy after 541 is accounted for by the impact of the plagueExpand
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