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Darfur: The Long Road to Disaster (Updated 2008 Edition)
Darfur
Burr, J. Millard and Robert O. Collins

Subject: Africa

Images of the genocide in Darfur have shocked the Western world; upwards of 300,000 of its inhabitants have died, and another 2.5 million have become refugees. Those affected by the violence are estimated at almost 4 million, 700,000 of whom …

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Deforestation and Reforestation in Namibia: Global Consequences of Local Contradictions
Namibian_Deforestation
Kreike, Emmanuel

Subject: Africa

Colonial rule, the capitalist market, and population growth contributed to dramatic environmental changes in twentieth-century north-central Namibia. Moreover, as discussed in Jared Diamond’s acclaimed bestseller Guns, Germs, and Steel, biological invasions and modern technology paved the way for colonial rule, …

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Directory of Accounting Dissertations: Second Updated Edition
Spiceland, J. David and Kay Zekany

Subject: Accounting

The second edition of The Directory of Accounting Dissertations identifies and classifies accounting dissertations during the 1985 to 1995 academic years by functional area, topic, and research method.

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Documents from the African Past
Documents_Africa
Collins, Robert O., editor

Subject: Africa

This fascinating collection spans two millennia, beginning with a first-century merchant’s guide to the Red Sea and Indian Ocean ports. Primary sources describe ancient and medieval trade routes, China’s discovery of Africa, the slave trade, kingdoms and court life in …

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Dominican Cultures: The Making of a Caribbean Society
Dominican_Cultures
Vega, Bernardo (translated by Christine Ayorinde)

Subject: Caribbean

The Spanish brought their religion, language, values, and traditions to the island to form the cornerstone of Dominican culture. What is not as widely recognized is that a later influx of Germans, Irish, Italians, and Sephardic Jews from the Dutch …

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The Dominican People: A Documentary History
Dominican_people
Sagás, Ernesto and Orlando Inoa

Subject: Caribbean

The vanquished Taíno Indians, the Spanish conquistadors, rebellious slaves, common folk, foreign invaders, bloody dictators, gallant heroes, charismatic politicians, and committed rebels — all have left their distinct imprint on Dominican society and left behind printed records. Nevertheless, the five-hundred-year …

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The Dominican Republic: A National History (Second Updated and Enlarged Edition)
Dominican_Republic
Moya Pons, Frank

Subject: Caribbean

“This book is excellent.” — Junot Diaz, in the New York Times Book Review

“Frank Moya Pons is the best-known contemporary Dominican historian. The author of many books and articles, he is a recognized scholar both at home and abroad. …

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Dr. Moritz (Don Mauricio) Hochschild, 1881–1965: A German Jewish Mining Entrepreneur in South America
Mauricio
Waszkis, Helmut (edited by Heinrich Schipperges)

Subject: South America

The colorful life and activities of Dr. Moritz Hochschild in Latin America between 1911 and 1965 are the center of the first biography of the man, an important mining entrepreneur and ore buyer, and his companies. Moritz Hochschild became one …

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