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Faisal Chaudhry

play in early modern England, then, Mughal deontic culture involved rights claims rooted in land that were more than simply quid pro quo for increasing their holder’s respective “legibility,” to borrow a phrase from James Scott, as sources of sovereign revenue. 87 Indeed, under Mughal governance

Mana Kia

Gruyter : 209 - 225 . Bryson , Anna . 1998 . From Courtesy to Civility: Changing Codes of Conduct in Early Modern England . Oxford : Clarendon Press . Buehler , Arthur F. 2008 . Sufi Heirs of the Prophet: The Indian Naqshbandiyya and the Rise of the Mediating Sufi Shaykh

John Richards

Japan effectively disarmed its peasantry and moved armed warrior elites, the samurai, forcibly into castle towns. The peasantries of early modern England and France, while certainly capable of violence and resistance, resorted to arms only in exceptional circumstances and did so at a manifest

Farhat Hasan

-based approach), they seek to represent property as a social force, participating in, and restructuring social relations. 3 Elaborating on the social nature of property relations in early modern England, Carol Rose highlights the significance of community norms in bridging the gap between property-as-thing and

Miri Shefer Mossensohn

-1685 . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. —— . 1999. Turks, Moors, and Englishmen in the Age of Discovery . New York: Columbia University Press. —— . 2001. Introduction: England and Mediterranean Captivity, 1577-1704. In Piracy, Slavery and Redemption: Barbary Captivity Narratives from Early Modern England

David Frankfurter

curses are viewed as singularly e ffi cacious: fathers and spurned beggars in early modern England, Keith Thomas found, carried unique power in their curses compared to curses from other mem- bers of socity. 7 Societies that value individuals particularly gifted in traditional oral composition, like poets

Agents of Construction

Ancient Egyptian Rock Inscriptions as Tools of Site Formation and Modern Functional Parallels

Marina Wilding Brown

Nome. Dynasties VI–XI . AnOr 40 . Rome : Pontificium Institutum Biblicum , 1964 . Fischer , H.G. “The Nubian Mercenaries of Gebelein during the First Intermediate Period.” Kush 9 ( 1961 ): 44 – 80 . Fleming , J. Graffiti and the Writing Arts of Early Modern England

Jack Goldstone

Revolution in the Early Modern Muslim World (Boulder, CO: Westview Press). Copplestone, Trewin 1985 Modern Art (New York: Exeter Books). Coward, Barry 1988 Social Change and Continuity in Early Modern England 1550-1750 (London: Longman). Curtin, Philip D. 1984 Cross-Cultural Trade in World History (Cambridge

Alan Mikhail

, Perceiving Animals: Humans and Beasts in Early Mod- ern English Culture (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2000); Erica Fudge, Brutal Reasoning: Animals, Rationality, and Humanity in Early Modern England (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006); Erica Fudge, ed., Renaissance Beasts: Of Animals, Humans, and Other

Bas van Bavel

, ca. 3000-323 BC 2004 Oxford Blackwell Muldrew C. Interpreting the Market: The Ethics of Credit and Community Relations in Early Modern England Social History 1993 18 163 183 Nee Victor Paul Ingram Paul Brinton M. Nee V. Embeddedness