Author: Anquandah, James
Publisher: Sub-Saharan Publishers
Release Date: 2015-04-26
Genre: Social Science
This collection of essays on archaeology and heritage studies is authored by local and expatriate scholars who are either past or current practitioners in archaeological work in Ghana. They are from Ghana, UK, US and Canada. The subject matter covered includes the history and evolution of the discipline in Ghana; the method and theory or 'how to do it' in archaeology, field research reports, and syntheses on findings from past and recent investigations. The eclectic or multidisciplinary strategy has been the research vogue in Ghanaian archaeology recently, and this is reflected in the various chapters. The essays engage with current theoretical trends in global archaeology and also focus on the role and status of archaeology as a discipline in Ghanaian society today. Archaeology is a relatively 'novel' subject to many in Ghana. This Reader will, therefore, be a huge asset to local students and experts alike. Foreign scholars will also find it very useful.
“Two words on the cover—Fiona McIntosh—always let me know I’m in for a good read.” Robin Hobb Fiona McIntosh is a new “Big Name” in Epic fantasy—and now she continues her remarkable Valisar Trilogy with Tyrant’s Blood, a breathtaking tale of heritage, vengeance, and destiny that returns readers to the world of violence and intrigue she introduced in Royal Exile. The story of the last remaining Valisar prince who must avenge the craven slaughter of his entire family, Tyrant’s Blood delivers on the promise of McIntosh’s earlier works—from Myrren’s Gift through the exceptional Percheron Saga. Tyrant’s Blood is another action packed treat for anyone who loves adventuring in Raymond E. Feist’s Midkemia or thrills to the dangerous wonders alive in the fantasy of Sara Douglass.
The Asante had unique conceptions of time and motion, and the relationships between the unborn, the living and the dead. This study suggests that awareness of their past has much to do with the survival of their culture in this century.
This ongoing series introduces our country's history to young readers in an appealing picture-book format. Clear, simple texts combine with informative, accurate illustrations to help young people develop an understanding of America's past and present. The New Americans is the story of the colonists -- the more than two hundred thousand new Americans -- who came over from Europe and struggled to build a home for themselves in a new world.
Author: Ali Nomad
Publisher: Health Research Books
Release Date: 1996-09
1913 Contents: the New Birth; Man's Relation to God and to His Fellow-Men; Areas of Consciousness; Self-Ness and Selflessness; Instances of Illumination and its after Effects; Examples of Cosmic Consciousness, Who Have Founded New Systems of Religi.
Author: Voja Radovanovic
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date: 2008-01-24
The Problem Book in Quantum Field Theory contains about 200 problems with solutions or hints that help students to improve their understanding and develop skills necessary for pursuing the subject. It deals with the Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, classical field theory, canonical quantization of scalar, Dirac and electromagnetic fields, the processes in the lowest order of perturbation theory, renormalization and regularization. The solutions are presented in a systematic and complete manner. The material covered and the level of exposition make the book appropriate for graduate and undergraduate students in physics, as well as for teachers and researchers.