12 edition of The Nation and its Ruins found in the catalog.
September 7, 2007
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||360|
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Author David Hamilton set out to reconnect the nation with the wonders located within the UK. His book, Wild Ruins, explores breathtaking locations, compiled over three years of travelling. A Nation's Struggle for a Home and Freedom. confirm the Biblical testimony that for several centuries after its initial capture the ancient town was left a heap of ruins. Its inhabitants were slain as a great sacrificial offering to Jehovah, whose true character as one who loves all mankind was first appreciated by the inspired prophets of.
A Nation and Its Ruins provides an interesting set of case-studies that are drawn together to answer questions that apply to a broad range of archaeological, political, and cultural questions only with archaeologists who work in Greece but to a wide audience of archaeologists and anthropologists (Elissa Z. Faro, Archaeolog)a highly readable and 5/5(1). Nineveh was the flourishing capital of the Assyrian Empire and was the home of King Sennacherib, King of Assyria, during the Biblical reign of King Hezekiah (יְחִזְקִיָּהוּ) and the lifetime of Judean prophet Isaiah (ישעיה). As recorded in Hebrew scripture, Nineveh was also the place where Sennacherib died at the hands of his two sons, who then fled to the vassal land of Location: Mosul, Nineveh Governorate, Iraq.
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The Nation and Its Ruins treats the Greek case, but the questions Hamilakis raises about the function and ethics of archaeologists, the codependence of nationalism and past colonialism (as well as the neocolonial present), the production of national imaginative ideology, the problems of restitution for material objects, and the relationship.
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In Ruin Nation, Megan Kate Nelson argues that ruins-of buildings, of the natural environment, and of human bodies and lives-created by the Civil War were central in Americans attempts to evaluate the conflict, and after the war was over the erasure of ruins had the effect of ending or at least changing the complex conversations about the war that the ruination prompted/5.
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The Nation and its Ruins: Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece (Classical Presences) Yannis Hamilakis This innovative, extensively illustrated study examines how classical antiquities and archaeology contributed significantly to the production of the modern Greek nation and its national imagination.
The Nation and its Ruins is an absorbing attempt to provide a window on the contemporary Greek soul via a study of the place of its spectacular cultural heritage in the nation's collective sense of : Yet, even among the ruins of Somalia, books are being read and written, and problems are being discussed in fictional form.
Ali Jimale Ahmed is a professor of comparative African literature, and he draws a nuanced picture of the cultural life of his native country.
Ruin Nation: Destruction and the American Civil War by Megan Kate Nelson. University of Georgia Press, Cloth, ISBN: $ For the last quarter century scholars have worked to recover an essential and missing element of Civil War history: a fuller understanding of the destruction brought by the war.
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Book Review: Yannis Hamilakis, The Nation and its Ruins: Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece (Oxford: Oxford University Press,pp., ISBN 0 19 9) Show all authorsAuthor: Konstantinos Chilidis. "A stimulating book This volume will be essential reading for anyone interested in the modern use of the past in Greece."--M.
Diaz-Andreu, Nations and Nationalism "The Nation and its Ruins adds a distinctive new voice and vision Hamilakis adds a new challenge to simplistic separations of the modern from the pre-modern/5(2).
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the book, in its unsparing critique of the part of.Book Reviews Yannis Hamilakis, The Nation and its Ruins: Antiquity, Archaeology, and National Imagination in Greece. Konstantinos Chilidis Institute of ArchaeologyConservation and Historical Studies University of Oslo, Norway.
Pages Published online: 18 Jul Author: Konstantinos Chilidis.In the ruins of a medieval palace in Delhi, a unique phenomenon occurs: Indians of all castes and creeds meet to socialize and ask the spirits for help.
The spirits they entreat are Islamic jinns, and they write out requests as if petitioning the state. At a time when a Hindu right wing government in India is committed to normalizing a view of the past that paints Muslims as oppressors, Anand.