• January 2017

      Visual Dictionary

      16.000 words and phrases

      by PONS

      For anyone who wants to find words quickly and learn effectively via pictures Approximately 16,000 words and phrases with complete phonetic transcription for every word Over 3,000 pictures illustrate the most important areas of

    • Anthropology
      November 2019

      Morality at the Margins

      by Sarah Hillewaert

    • Anthropology
      May 2020

      Textures of the Ordinary

      by Veena Das

    • Food & Drink
      May 2013

      EVERYDAY COOKING FOR THE DIABETIC DIET

      Expert advice about managing diabetes, with a full guide to healthy living and over 80 delicious recipes

      by Bridget Jones

      This authoritative, practical recipe book begins with a detailed introduction on living with diabetes, the necessity of weight control and the importance of exercise. Carbohydrate counting, fat reduction, cholesterol control and portion management are all

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      June 2012

      EVERYDAY LIFE IN ANCIENT GREECE

      A social history of Greek civilization, its culture, arts and beliefs, shown in more than 250 magnificent photographs, sculptures and paintings

      by Nigel Rodgers

      The legacy of ancient Greece has shaped the way we live today.Visually, her sculptors and artists and the creation of the classical orders of architecture have influenced the development of art in every country. Intellectually, the work of Plato, Aristotl

    • Children's & YA
      April 2014

      HOME, FAMILY & EVERYDAY LIFE THROUGH THE AGES

      Compare the food, homes and daily lives of ancient people from all the major civilizations

      by John Haywood

      This exciting thematic history explores different aspects of home and family life in early civilizations and societies around the world. Discover how the lives of ordinary people in some cultures changed dramatically through the centuries, while in tribal

    • Children's & YA
      March 2008

      Hands-on History Projects: Everyday Life in the Ancient World

      Learn about houses, homes and what the Romans, Celts, Egyptians and other peoples of the past used to eat

      by Rachel Halstead Struan Reid

      This fantastic book of over 30 history projects first explores and explains different building traditions and house types down the centuries. The fabulous step-by-step projects shows children how to construct model houses of their own and then how to make

    • History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)
      June 2018

      EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD

      How people lived and worked through the ages

      by Dr John Haywood

      EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD How people lived and worked through the ages Consultant: Dr John Haywood - This lively thematic history investigates many aspects of the world's civilizations and cultures. Follow the development of art, leisure, beliefs

    • History & the past: general interest (Children's/YA)
      September 2014

      THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY ENCYCLOPEDIA EVERYDAY LIFE IN THE ANCIENT WORLD

      How people lived and worked through the ages

      by John Haywood

      This lively thematic history investigates many aspects of the world s civilizations and cultures. Follow the development of art, leisure, beliefs and festivals, home life, work and trade through history and around the globe, from ancient Egypt, Greece and

    • February 2008

      Everyday Life as Alternative Space in Exile Writing

      The novels of Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Muehlen

      by Andrea Hammel

      This book is the ?rst comparative study of the novels written by ?ve German-speaking women – Anna Gmeyner, Selma Kahn, Hilde Spiel, Martina Wied and Hermynia Zur Mühlen – who had to ?ee National Socialist Central Europe. Gmeyner, Spiel, Wied and Zur

    • March 2012

      Everyday Life in Stalinist Estonia

      by Olaf Mertelsmann

      In Estonia, as in other Eastern European countries, the Stalinist era remains in the center of attention of historians. Politics, repression and resistance dominate the historiography, while everyday life is definitely under-represented. This book attempt

    • August 2012

      Everyday Ethno-National Identities of Young People in Bosnia and Herzegovina

      by Jessie Hronesova

      This book examines the salience and role of ethno-national identities of young people in Bosnia and Herzegovina fifteen years after the end of the Bosnian War. The underlying argument is that ethno-national identities and boundaries in Bosnia are not cons

    • February 2009

      Material Culture and Technology in Everyday Life

      Ethnographic Approaches

      by Phillip Vannini

      Focusing on the technoculture of everyday life, this book attempts to zero in on the simplicity and the habitual character of the interaction between humans and material objects, which is often assumed or taken for granted. Because objects are always mean

    • March 2010

      Post-Global Network and Everyday Life

      by Marina Levina, Grant Kien

      Post-Global Network and Everyday Life explores everyday life in the new world order of global network. It argues that network has come into its own as a state of mind and a way of life – in sum, a cultural norm. As a result, it is no longer fitting to exa

    • April 2013

      The Everyday of Memory

      Between Communism and Post-Communism

      by Marta Rabikowska

      The Everyday of Memory explores manifestations of the communist past in the everyday lives of Eastern Europeans today. Representing a wide range of disciplines including cultural studies, film studies, urban studies, sociology, media, literature and art,

    • Literature & Literary Studies
      September 2018

      Literacy in Ancient Everyday Life

      by Anne Kolb

      Der Tagungsband verfolgt das Ziel die Bedeutung von Literalität im täglichen Leben antiker Menschen zu untersuchen. Neben dem Verwendungszweck von Schrift und Schriftgut stehen die Umstände der Nutzung sowie verschiedene Typen von Nutzern im Fokus der Ana

    • Fiction
      June 2011

      Everyday Ghosts

      by Morrison, James

      For two years, Brother Pete has lived as a monk in a rundown abbey on the outskirts of the city. He has run away from his life only to find himself among a group of outcasts and oddballs, from a former child star who's seen better days, to an old abbot who makes no secret of his love for drink and his hatred for almost everything else. It's not exactly what Pete had in mind. Then one day a stranger arrives and throws everything off balance. Soon, it seems, Brother Pete will need to face his own past if he wants to find out whether this mysterious visitor is a danger or a savior.

    • May 2016

      Mythologies of an Everyday Landscape

      Henry Ford at the Wayside Inn

      by B.D. Wortham-Galvin

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure

      Minimalist Taiji: Three Minutes Everyday for Good Health

      by Li Zhangzhi

      The book breaks the established impression of Taiji, showing us that Taiji is not a complex senior game. The minimalist Taiji introduced in this book is redesigned by author on the basis of traditional Taiji catering to the needs of modern people.

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