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  • Weathered history: what ancient countrysides can tell us about climate
  • 11 January 2023, Catherine Kearns
  • Today’s media increasingly serves us clickbait climate histories. Headlines prompt us to read how the city-states of the Maya collapsed because of drought, The post Weathered history: what ancient countrysides can tell us about climate first appeared on FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press....
  • Six millennia of Aegean art… in six hundred pages
  • 16 June 2022, Jean-Claude Poursat, Carl Knappett
  • This book, initially published in French as ‘L’art égéen’ (two volumes, Paris 2008-2014), provides a history of the artistic output accompanying the development The post Six millennia of Aegean art… in six hundred pages first appeared on FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press....
  • Visions for Racial Equality
  • 11 April 2022, Harri Englund
  • Current campaigns for racial equality implore White people to learn from racialized others. Visions for Racial Equality: David Clement Scott and the Struggle The post Visions for Racial Equality first appeared on FifteenEightyFour | Cambridge University Press....