Revue D Auvergne 1889 Vol 6 Classic Reprint

Author: Société d'Émulation de l'Auvergne
Publisher: Forgotten Books
ISBN: 9780484318945
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Excerpt from Revue d'Auvergne, 1889, Vol. 6 L' annee d 'apres, le Journal de Paris, 7 janvier 1784, mentionne la mort de sa femme Marie Foubert, veuve de M. Antoine Audien de Clermont, bourgeois de Paris, rue de Gerceme prenant, faubourg du Temple. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Henry Parker And The English Civil War

Author: Michael Mendle
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521521314
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Professor Mendle situates each of Parker's significant tracts in its polemical, intellectual, and political context.

The Role Of The State In Migration Control

Author: Aoife McMahon
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004330054
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Questioning the seemingly ossified premise that states have an absolute discretion to control migration, this research submits that measures of migration control must be justified on a rational-legal basis and offers a regional model as the most sustainable long-term option.

Women On The Margins

Author: Natalie Zemon Davis
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674955202
Size: 60.19 MB
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In this fascinating book, Natalie Zemon Davis retrieves individual lives from historical obscurity to give readers a window onto the early modern world. Profiling three women--one Jewish, one Catholic, one Protestant--whose memoirs and writings make for a spellbinding tale, the author tells readers more about the life of early modern Europe than many an official history. 41 halftone illustrations.

Immigration Detention And Human Rights

Author: Galina Cornelisse
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004173706
Size: 29.18 MB
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Practices of immigration detention in Europe are largely resistant to conventional forms of legal correction. By rethinking the notion of territorial sovereignty in modern constitutionalism, this book puts forward a solution to the problem of legally permissive immigration detention.

The Evolution Of The Book

Author: Frederick G. Kilgour
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0195118596
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Distinguished scholar and library systems innovator Frederick Kilgour tells a five-thousand-year story in this exciting work, a tale beginning with the invention of writing and concluding with the emerging electronic book. Calling on a lifetime of interest in the growth of information technology, Kilgour brings a fresh approach to the history of the book, emphasizing in rich, authoritative detail the successive technological advances that allowed the book to keep pace with ever-increasing needs for information. Borrowing a concept from evolutionary theory--the notion of punctuated equilibria--to structure his account, Kilgour investigates the book's three discrete historical forms--the clay tablet, papyrus roll, and codex--before turning to a fourth, still evolving form, the cyber book, a version promising swift electronic delivery of information in text, sound, and motion to anyone at any time. The clay tablet, initially employed as a content descriptor for sacks of grain, proved inadequate to the growing need for commercial and administrative records. Its successor the papyrus roll was itself succeeded by the codex, a format whose superior utility and information capacity led to sweeping changes in the management of accumulated knowledge, the pursuit of learning, and the promulgation of religion. Kilgour throughout considers closely both technological change and the role this change played in cultural transformation. His fascinating account of the modern book, from Gutenberg's invention of cast-type printing five hundred years ago to the arrival of books displayed on a computer screen, spotlights the inventors, engineers, and entrepreneurs who in creating the machinery of production and dissemination enabled the book to maintain its unique cultural power over time. Deft, provocative, and accessibly written, The Evolution of the Book will captivate book lovers as well as those interested in bibliographic history, the history of writing, and the history of technology.