Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Empire
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, W. Sussex; Malden MA, 2016)
The Encyclopedia of Empire presents exceptional in-depth, comparative
coverage of empires throughout human history and across the globe.
This four-volume reference work covers empires in the ancient,
medieval, and modern periods, including European as well as non-
European experiences of empire. Comprising more than 400 entries and
1.2 million words, the Encyclopedia of Empire reflects a recent resurgence
of interest in this dynamic and inclusive field.
Editor-in-Chief: Prof. John M. MacKenzie
Online ISBN: 9781118455074 (DOI: 10.1002/9781118455074)
Introduction by John M. MacKenzie, pp. lxxxvii-cxiv
Peoples, Nations and Cultures
An A-Z of the Peoples of the World Past and Present
(Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London 2005)
A unique work of historical reference that delves into the most
fundamental of all questions: who are we and where do we come from?
Accompanied by 125 black-and-white maps, this is a fascinating and
authoritative exploration of the cultural diversity of our planet.
John M. MacKenzie
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