|DS999 Abbassi||The rise of nationalism in Persia.||1|
|DS999 Abdul-Amir||Archaeological survey of ancient settlements and irrigation systems in the middle Euphrates region of Mesopotamia /||1|
|DS999 Abu Izzeddin||Taha Husain and the dawn of Islam /||1|
Monarchy and political change : Thailand under Chulalongkorn (1868-1885) /
Level and trend in early Sumerian civilization.
The modern reform movement in Egypt and the Caliphate.
|DS999 Adcock||Religious freedom and political culture : the Arya Samaj in colonial north India /||1|
|DS999 Ahmed||The many histories of Muhammad B. Qasim : narrating the Muslim conquest of Sindh /||1|
|DS999 Akhtar||Subaltern resistance in Jabal Nāblus, 1840-60 /||1|
The ancient city and its site ...
The development of the city in ancient Babylonia and Assyria.
The Hebrew City in Old Testament times.
|DS999 Alexander||The international status of the Upper Jordan River.||1|
|DS999 Algaze||Mesopotamian expansion and its consequences : informal empire in the late fourth millennium B.C. /||1|
|DS999 Ali||Regime of pleasure in early India : a genealogy of practices at the Cola court /||1|
|DS999 Alizadeh||Mobile pastoralism and the development of complex societies in highland Iran : the evidence from Tall-i Bakun A /||1|
The Ottoman Caliphate : Its importance for the leadership and unity of Islam.
Anglo-Chinese relations, 1919-1927.
Suffering through a national uprising : the cultural politics of violence, victimization and human rights in Palestine /
|DS999 Altaweel||The land of Ashur : a study of landscape and settlement in the Assyrian heartland /||1|
|DS999 Amir-Mokri||Redefining Iran's constitutional revolution /||1|
|DS999 Amyot||The Chinese community of Manila : a study of adaptation of Chinese familism to the Philippine environment /||1|
The life of science in India: a comparative ethnography of two research institutes.
Treatment of Indian women.
|DS999 Ansari||The history of Khuzistan, 1878-1925; a study in provincial autonomy.||1|
|DS999 Appadurai||Worship and conflict in south India : the case of the Srī Pārtasārati Svāmi Temple, 1800-1973 /||1|
|DS999 Arfaee||The geographical background of the Persepolis tablets /||1|
|DS999 Arjomand||Shi'ism, political organization and societal change in pre-modern Iran : 1338-1850 /||1|
|DS999 Arkel||Taiwan's transition to democratic rule /||1|
|DS999 Arkin||"It's the French and the Arabs against the Jews" : identity politics and the construction of adolescent Jewishness in France /||1|
State and social transformation in North Korea, 1945-1950 /
The archaeology of Nippur from the decline of the Kassite Kingdom until the rise of the Neo-Babylonian Empire /
|DS999 Arnold||American economic enterprises in Korea, 1895-1939.||1|
|DS999 Ausejo||The Philippines in the sixteenth century.||1|
|DS999 Axel||Promise and threat : a historical anthropology of the Sikh diaspora /||1|
|DS999 Baer||Cultural change : a study of changes in the objects and rituals of Iranian Jews /||1|
|DS999 Bamba||Japanese Army and Chinese Communism, July, 1937 - December, 1941.||1|
|DS999 Barakat||Thawrat al-Buraq in British mandate Palestine : Jerusalem, mass mobilization and colonial politics, 1928-1930 /||1|
|DS999 Bardizian||Armenia's claim to distinct political recognition||1|
|DS999 Barkey||The state and peasant unrest in early 17th century : the Ottoman empire in comparative perspective /||1|
The politics of cultural nationalism: the D.M.K. in Tamil Nadu, South India.
The structural position of a South Indian caste: Kontaikkatti Velalar-s in Tamilnadu /
|DS999 Barnhart||Violence and the civilizing mission : native justice in French colonial Vietnam, 1858-1914 /||1|
|DS999 Barrientos||The development of Philippine foreign relations.||1|
|DS999 Barrow||Charted histories in colonial India, 1760-1900 /||1|
|DS999 Barth||The spread of the Southern Mongoloids; a study of human migration||1|
|DS999 Bate||Metaittamil : oratory and democratic practice in Tamilnadu /||1|
|DS999 Bates||Yemen and its conquest by the Ayyubids of Egypt (A.D. 1137-1202) /||1|
|DS999 Baylson||Territorial allocation by imperial rivalry : the human legacy in the Near East /||1|
Consumerism and the culture of consumption : class, national identity, and gender among Jordanian elites /
The organization of the Hittite military /
|DS999 Beck||Local organization among Qashqa'i nomadic pastoralists in Southwest Iran /||1|
|DS999 Bedford||Temple and community in early Achaemenid Judah /||1|
|DS999 Belzer||The emergence of a new state - Israel - into the field of foreign relations.||1|
|DS999 Ben-Bassat||Local feuds or premonitions of a bi-national conflict? : a reexamination of the early Jewish-Arab encounter in Palestine at the end of the 19th century /||1|
|DS999 Bensimon||Political and economic developments in Shantung Province, 1914-1919 /||1|
|DS999 Benson||The interest of foreign powers in Manchuria.||1|
|DS999 Bergman||The evolution of Israeli parliamentary institutions.||1|
|DS999 Bernstein||Political change in Thailand.||1|
|DS999 Bhatt||Caste, class and politics : an empirical profile of social stratification in modern India.||1|
|DS999 Biderman||American prisoners of war in Korea: reinterpretations of the data.||1|
|DS999 Bierman||Art and politics : the impact of Fatimid uses of Ṭirāz fabrics /||1|
|DS999 Blake||Dar-ul-Khilafat-i-Shahjahanabad: the Padshahi Shahar in Mughal India: 1556-1739.||1|
|DS999 Blecher||Leader-mass relations in rural Chinese communities : local politics in a revolutionary Society /||1|
|DS999 Bloch-Smith||Judahite burial practices and beliefs about the dead /||1|
|DS999 Borden||Galilee in the time of Christ||1|
|DS999 Borman||The Praque student Zionist movement : 1896-1914.||1|
|DS999 Bowen||The history and structure of Gayo society : variation and change in the highlands of Aceh /||1|
|DS999 Bowie||Peasant perspectives on the political economy of the northern Thai kingdom of Chiang Mai in the nineteenth century : implications for the understanding of peasant political expression /||1|
|DS999 Braidwood||The comparative archaeology of early Syria: from the time of the earliest known village cultures through the Akkadian period.||1|