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Esten und Deutsche in den baltischen Provinzen Russlands
by Ulrike Plath
ISBN-13 9783447058391
ISBN-10 3447058390


Les Ottomans en Égypte
by B. Lellouch
ISBN-13 9789042917705
ISBN-10 9042917709



Aarhus_University_Press Aarhus University Press focuses on the highest professional quality in scholarly publications, the dissemination of scientific work to a broad reader audience, a strong emphasis on publishing in English, and top quality book craftsmanship. The Press concentrates not only on the publishing of academic literature but also on publications that propagate knowledge and debate. Common to all books is their strong scholarly base.
Africa Magna Verlag was founded in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, in 2003. From its beginnings, the publishing house has set new standards regarding the development of products for the relatively small but growing international market of scientific publications in African archaeology and related disciplines. Though based in Germany, Africa Magna mostly publishes works in English and French, destined to a multinational readership.

Africa Magna’s flagship product is the Journal of African Archaeology. This is a scientific periodical appearing half-yearly since 2003 that publishes peer-reviewed articles written by renowned international scholars. Since 2007, Africa Magna issues a book series complimentary to that periodical: the Journal of African Archaeology Monograph Series. The series encompasses monographs that focus on particular research topics, sites or regions, as well as thematically more comprehensive volumes.
American Research Center in Egypt  (ARCE) is remarkably active in supporting scholarship, training, and conservation efforts in Egypt. Founded in 1948, ARCE is a private, nonprofit organization composed of educational and cultural institutions, professional scholars, and private individuals. ARCE's mission is to support research on all aspects of Egyptian history and culture, foster a broader knowledge about Egypt among the general public, and strengthen American-Egyptian cultural ties. ARCE supports diverse forms of research into Egypt's history and culture, and the dissemination of research through publication is an important element of the Center’s mission. The first American journal devoted solely to the study of Egypt, The Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt (JARCE), was established in 1962 to foster scholarly research into the art, archaeology, languages, history, and social systems of the Egyptian people.
ASOR American Schools of Oriental Research - founded in 1900 - is a non-profit organization dedicated to the archaeology of the Near East. ASOR's mission is to initiate, encourage and support research into, and public understanding of, the peoples and cultures of the Near East from the earliest times. The ASOR Publishing Department provides a number of venues for scholars to share their research.
Archaeology and Art Publications has been publishing books on archaeology, history, and art history since 1978. The AAP catalogue includes a broad selection of publications, ranging from specialized scholarly monographs to popular guides of famed touristic sites in English, German, French and Turkish.

AAP also publishes a bimonthly journal, Archaeology and Art. For three decades, this periodical has presented the academic contributions of the world's leading scholars of Anatolian archaeology and art. Published in Turkish, with selected articles in English and German, Archaeology and Art presents informative, in-depth, and copiously illustrated articles for specialists and general readers alike.
Austrian Academy of Sciences Press (Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften) is part of the Austrian Academy of Sciences, located in Vienna, Austria. The press publishes books, journals, reference works, and eBooks in the humanities and social sciences, and specializes in Middle Eastern and Asian Studies, Archaeology, History, Numismatics, and Byzantine Studies, with approximately 3300 titles in print.
Les_Belles_Lettres Les Belles Lettres is committed to the humanist tradition of the Renaissance and publishes works from various disciplines that mark the progress of our knowledge and offer the reader a unique collection of texts and critical studies in the fields of Roman and Greek antiquity, mythology, philosophy, philology, natural sciences, history, poetry, and theater studies.
Brepols_Publishers Brepols Publishers is an international academic publisher of works in the humanities. The focus of its publications lies in "source-works" from Antiquity, the Middle Ages and the Early Modern period, that is, critical editions of original texts and documents in their original language, reference works, as well as monograph studies and cutting-edge research.
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is an independent, specialist academic publishing house, with a catalogue of over 3,750 titles. Founded by former lecturers and researchers from Cambridge University, they publish original academic work on a wide range of subjects, with a particular focus on Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.
Centre for International Governance Innovation  (CIGI) is an independent, non-partisan think tank on international governance. Led by experienced practitioners and distinguished academics, CIGI supports research, forms networks, advances policy debate, and generates ideas for multilateral governance improvements. Conducting an active agenda of research, events and publications, CIGI’s interdisciplinary work includes collaboration with policy, business, and academic communities around the world. CIGI’s current research programs focus on three themes: the global economy; global security & politics; and international law. CIGI books advance its stated mission, align with one of its research pillars or a cross-cutting theme, offer original or innovative thinking on matters of policy, and support CIGI’s reputation as an authoritative think tank on international governance.
The Classical Press of Wales , an independent venture founded in 1993, publishes monographs and collective volumes on the whole of Classical Antiquity, and also on ancient Egypt. CPW welcomes projects from scholars worldwide. The Press's founder and director, Anton Powell, is also founder of the biennial Celtic Conference in Classics (2000-); several of our volumes have begun as international panels of the CCC. Particular strengths of the Press include Archaic Greek poetry and politics, Sparta (where CPW has a claim to be world leader), culture and politics of the Hellenistic period, of the Roman Revolution, of Late Antiquity - and themes and methods in the modern writing of Ancient History. CPW values lucidity, honest logic however difficult, and careful iconoclasm. Several of our volumes are somewhat French in inspiration – but in the tradition of Descartes rather than Derrida.
Ege Yayinlari started printing books about Anatolian Archaeology in 1990. In addition to Prehistory, Classical Archaeology, Byzantine and Ottoman Studies they include such related topics varying from environmental studies to philology; everything which helps understanding the past of Turkey is their world.
Egypt Exploration Society —founded in 1882—has had as its mission to study ancient Egyptian sites and monuments, create a lasting record of the remains, generate enthusiasm for Egypt’s past and to raise awareness of the importance of protecting its heritage. Today, the Society supports archaeological research projects throughout Egypt and makes the results of fieldwork and research accessible through its publications. Our Excavation Memoirs series presents the findings of our major fieldwork projects, Texts from Excavations present the philological study of texts discovered by the Society in Egypt. We also publish the prestigious and long-running Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, as one of the foremost periodicals in the field.
Eliot Werner Publications  (EWP) publishes academic and scholarly books in anthropology, archaeology, psychology, sociology, and related fields. EWP is directed by Eliot Werner, a skilled professional with thirty years of experience in scholarly and scientific publishing. As social sciences editor at Academic and Plenum presses between 1978 and 2001, Mr. Werner oversaw the publication of more than seven hundred books in a wide range of fields while initiating or acquiring nearly sixty journals, book series, serials, and treatises.
Equinox_Publishing Equinox Publishing - founded in 2003 by Janet Joyce - publishes leading research work and textbooks in Archaeology, Linguistics, Biblical Studies, Religious Studies as well as a successful list of Popular Music books alongside a growing list of journals.
Evangelische Verlagsanstalt  (EVA) was founded in May 1946 as the central publishing house for Protestant media communication in the former GDR, located in Berlin, Germany. The number of publications increased steadily in the following decades, with the result that EVA emerged as one of the largest Protestant publishing houses throughout Germany. At the time of the celebration of its 60th anniversary in 2006, about 11,000 titles had been published, with a total circulation of around 150 million copies. In 1991, after the Peaceful Revolution and the reunification, the registered seat of the publishing house was moved to Leipzig, the traditional city of books in Germany.

Today, EVA publishes about 150 new titles per year – in book series, editions and in the form of a multitude of individual titles which cover the entire field of theology. Currently, there are 700 titles available; in addition, there are important journals, including the “Theologische Literaturzeitung.” The commitment to Evangelical or Protestant theology and tradition and the openness to contemporary issues and current developments in congregation and church constitute a single unity at EVA.
Freelance Academy Press brings readers innovative books and rich supporting material in the field of Western martial arts, American and European history, arms and armour, chivalry, and historical arts and crafts. We do this through new educational books and carefully selected, timeless reprints.
Gerlach_Press Gerlach Press is the recently established publishing division of Gerlach Books, a business founded in Berlin in 1997 supplying specialist academic publications to customers in 82 countries. The publishing division is now building on its existing dynamic customer base and publication model of peer-reviewed scholarship to create a new cutting-edge program concentrating exclusively on Middle East & Islamic Studies.
Greece and Cyprus Research Center The series, “Sources for the History of Cyprus,” was conceived by Paul W. Wallace, a professor in the Department of Classics at the University at Albany, NY. Initially, his intent was to provide in English translation easy access to the most important passages in ancient Greek, Latin and other ancient languages. Subsequent volumes contained translations from additional languages as well as a several dealing with the period of British rule in Cyprus. The documents in Volume IX were previously unpublished.

ISD distributes the 14 volumes of the “Sources for the History of Cyprus" still in print (all volumes except VIII).
Gregorian & Biblical Press has been publishing books and periodicals which reflect the mission entrusted to the Pontifical Biblical Institute and the Pontifical Gregorian University of Rome, Italy, for the past 100 years.
Harrassowitz_Verlag Harrassowitz Verlag publishes about 200 scholarly books and periodicals per year on Oriental, Slavic and Book and Library Studies and holds a stock of about 3000 different titles. The publishing section forms one part of Otto Harrassowitz GmbH & Co. KG, which is also famous for its outstanding service for libraries since 1872.
Harvey_Miller Harvey Miller aims at producing preeminent works of art-historical research and connoisseurship for a world-wide audience. As an imprint of Brepols, Harvey Miller maintains the high standards that established its reputation as the imprint of authority and quality for books in the history of art.
Hempen_Verlag Hempen Verlag - based in Bremen, Germany - was founded in 1999. The publishing house focuses on language course textbooks, as well as journals and academic books from highly qualified authors in the fields of Indo-European Studies, Oriental Studies, and Germanic Linguistics.
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