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    A history of private life

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    Everyday life through the ages

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    A natural history of the senses

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    You eat what you are

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    You eat what you are : people, culture and food traditions

    Barer-Stein, Thelma.

    Exploration of more than 100 culinary traditions worldwide and how food preferences and preparation reveal links with social structure, geography and history.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    The other side of history

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    The other side of history daily life in the ancient world

    Garland, Robert, 1947-

    People who are anonymous and whose lives are usually ignored in traditional historical accounts are no less important than more prominent individuals in influencing the flow of events. These ordinary, but often heroic, people are the focus of this course. Each of the 48 lectures looks at history from a nontraditional perspective, that of the weak and marginalized-- the poor, sick, disabled, and elderly, as well as the refugees, slaves, women, children, and common soldiers.

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    Bodies of water

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    Bodies of water : short fiction

    Cash, Rosanne.

    Collection of stories focusing on the inner struggles, challenges and resolutions experienced by various women.

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    Birth customs

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    Birth customs

    Rushton, Lucy.

    Shows what Chrisitans, Jews, Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims, and Sikhs do when a child is born into their society. Topics discussed are: How each religion celebrates birth. How the baby's name is chosen. What kinds of prayers are said. What special ceremonies are held.

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

    Provides information on approximately 500 cultures of the world, covering twenty different areas of daily living including clothing, food, language and religion.

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

    Provides information on approximately 500 cultures of the world, covering twenty different areas of daily living including clothing, food, language and religion.

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

    Provides information on approximately 500 cultures of the world, covering twenty different areas of daily living including clothing, food, language and religion.

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

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    Worldmark encyclopedia of cultures and daily life

    Provides information on approximately 500 cultures of the world, covering twenty different areas of daily living including clothing, food, language and religion.

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