Event celebrates publications by School staff

Staff recently marked the publishing successes by academics within the School of History, Classics and Archaeology. (Published 15 Feb, 2017)

HCA Book Celebration

Academic and support staff gathered on Wednesday 8th February in the McMillan room to celebrate books produced by staff in the School of History, Classics and Archaeology. Twenty-one titles in total were published across the year covering all subject areas and across many time periods, marking the breadth and depth of teaching within the School.

Professor Louise A. Jackson, School Director of Research, said, 'This is an impressive set of titles that highlights the wide range of themes, chronologies and geographies explored by researchers in our school who are at the cutting edge of their disciplines.'

Full list of books

  • Cairns, D & Nelis, D (eds) 2016, Emotions in the Classical World: Methods, Approaches, and Directions. Franz Steiner, Stuttgart.
  • Cairns, D 2016, Sophocles: Antigone. Bloomsbury Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy , 1st edn, Bloomsbury Academic, London.
  • Canevaro, M 2016, Demostene, Contro Leptine: Introduzione, Traduzione e Commento Storico. Texte und Kommentare, De Gruyter, Berlin.
  • Cogliano, F 2016, Revolutionary America, 1763-1815: A Political History. 3rd edn, Routledge, London.
  • Erskine and R. Waterfield, Plutarch: the Hellenistic Lives, Oxford World's Classics, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2016
  • Fernández-Götz, M. and Krausse, D (eds.) (2016): Eurasia at the Dawn of History: Urbanization and Social Change. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Fibiger, L & Ubelaker, DH (eds) 2016, Forensic Archaeology. Critical Concepts in Archaeology, vol. 4-vol. set, 1st edn, Routledge, Abingdon/New York.
  • Forsyth, D & Ugolini, W (eds) 2016, A global force: War, identities and Scotland's diaspora. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.
  • Goodare, J 2016, The European Witch-Hunt. Routledge, Abingdon.
  • Hunter, E Citizenship, Belonging and Political Community in Africa and African Print Cultures (edited with Stephanie Newell and Derek Peterson)
  • Krausse, D, Fernandez-Gotz, M, Hansen, L & Kretschmer , I 2016, The Heuneburg and the Early Iron Age Princely Seats: First Towns North of the Alps. Archaeolingua, Budapest.
  • Mike Carr & Jochen Schenk (eds), The Military Orders Volume 6.1: Culture and Contact in the Mediterranean World  / The Military Orders Volume 6.2: Culture and Contact in Western and Northern Europe (Routledge).
  • Mike Carr, Merchant Crusaders in the Aegean, 1291-1352 (Boydell & Brewer).
  • Ralston, I (with K. Brophy and G. MacGregor eds) 2016, The Neolithic of Mainland Scotland. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. 322 pp.
  • Robin, GE, D'Anna, A, Schmitt, A & Bailly, M (eds) 2016, Fonctions, utilisations et représentations de l’espace dans les sépultures monumentales du Néolithique européen: Actes du colloque international, Aix-en-Provence, 8-10 juin 2011. Préhistoires de la Méditerranée, Presses Universitaires de Provence, Aix-en-Provence.
  • Rodger, R & Madgin, R (eds) 2016, Leicester:  A Modern History. Carnegie Publishing, Lancaster.
  • Ruiz, J ‘Paracuellos’ The Elimination of the ‘Fifth Column’ in Republican Madrid during the Spanish Civil War" (Brighton: Sussex Academic Press, 2016) was published last month
  • Silkenat, D 2016, Driven from home: North Carolina's civil war refugee crisis. University of Georgia Press.
  • Sowerby, R 2016, Angels in Early Medieval England. Oxford Theology and Religion Monographs, Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Waddington, C & Bonsall, C 2016, Archaeology and Environment on the North Sea Littoral: A Case Study from Low Hauxley. Archaeological Research Services, Bakewell.
  • Zakrzewski, S, Shortland, A & Rowland, J 2016, Science in the study of Ancient Egypt. Routledge Studies in Egyptology, Routledge.