Library Acquisitions

This is a list of all the library acquisitions made by the center (last updated 05.07.2021).

Abdulhaq, N. (2016). Jewish and Greek communities in Egypt: entrepreneurship and business before Nasser. I.B. Tauris.

Abulafia, D. (2019). The boundless sea : a human history of the oceans. Allen Lane.

Albera, D., & Couroucli, M. (2012). Sharing sacred spaces in the Mediterranean : Christians, Muslims, and Jews at shrines and sanctuaries. Indiana University Press.

Albera, D., Crivello-Bocca, M., Tozy, M., & Seimandi, G. (2016). Dictionnaire de la Méditerranée. Actes sud.

Almagro Vidal, Clara, Jessica Tearney-Pearce, and Luke Yarbrough, eds. (2020). Minorities in contact in the medieval Mediterranean. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols.

Arbel, B. (2017). Studies on Venetian Cyprus. Cyprus Research Centre.

Arfaioli, M., & Caroscio, M. (2016). The Grand Ducal Medici and the Levant : material culture, diplomacy, and imagery in the early modern Mediterranean. Harvey Miller Publishers.

Armitage, D., Bashford, A., & Sivasundaram, S. (2018). Oceanic Histories. Cambridge University Press.

Arnaud, Pascal, and Simon Keay, eds. (2020). Roman Port Societies: the evidence of inscriptions. Cambridge University Press.

Arnulf, A. (2004). Architektur- und Kunstbeschreibungen von der Antike biz zum 16. Jahrhundert. Deutscher Kunstverlag.

Atçıl, A. (2018). Scholars and sultans in the early modern Ottoman empire (First paperback edition.). Cambridge University Press.

Barbieri, E., & Moore, K. B. (2019). Ad stellam: il libro d’Oltramare di Niccolò da Poggibonsi e altri resoconti di pellegrinaggio in Terra Santa fra Medioevo ed età moderna. Leo S. Olschki Editore.

Baumgärtner, I., Debby, N. B.-A., & Kogman-Appel, K. (2019). Maps and travel in the Middle Ages and the early modern period: knowledge, imagination, and visual culture. De Gruyter.

Beaujard, P., Loring, T., Meadows, F., & Tait, A. (2019). The worlds of the Indian Ocean : a global history. Cambridge University Press.

Bennett, J. A. (2017). Navigation: a very short introduction (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Berthelot, K., & Price, J. J. (2019). In the crucible of empire: the impact of Roman citizenship upon Greeks, Jews and Christians. Peeters.

Betschart, A. (1996). Zwischen zwei Welten : Illustrationen in Berichten westeuropäischer Jerusalemreisender des 15. und 16. Jahrhunderts. Königshausen & Neumann.

Bond, S. E. (2019). Trade and taboo: disreputable professions in the Roman Mediterranean. University of Michigan Press.

Booth, A., & Crouter, A. C. (2016). Disparities in school readiness: how families contribute to transitions into school. Lawrence Erlbaum.

Bosman, Lex, Ian P. Haynes, and Paolo Liverani, eds. (2020). The Basilica of Saint John Lateran to 1600. Cambridge University Press.

Brentjes, Sonja, and Jürgen Renn, eds. (2016). Globalization of Knowledge in the Post-antique Mediterranean, 700-1500. Routledge.

Bricault, L., & Renberg, G. H. (2020). Isis Pelagia: images, names and cults of a goddess of the seas. Brill.

Buchet, C., De Souza, P., Arnaud, P., Balard, M., Le Bouëdec, G., & Rodger, N. A. M. (2017). The sea in History. Boydell & Brewer Ltd.

Buondelmonti, C., Germanus, H. M., & Edson, E. (2018). Description of the Aegean and other islands: copied, with supplemental material, by Henricus Martellus Germanus; a fascimilie of the manuscript at the James Bell Ford Library, University of Minnesota; edited and translated by Evelyn Edson. Italica Press.

Burgunder, P. (2019). Etudes bosporanes: sur un royaume aux confins du monde gréco-romain. Université de Lausanne.

Cahill, S. A. (2019). Intelligent souls?: feminist orientalism in eighteenth-century English literature. Bucknell University Press.

Calafat, G. (2019). Une mer jalousée : contribution à l’histoire de la souveraineté (Méditerranée, XVIIe siècle). Éditions du Seuil.

Cameron, H. (2019). Making Mesopotamia: geography and empire in a Romano-Iranian borderland. Brill.

Campopiano, Michele. (2020). Writing the Holy Land: The Franciscans of Mount Zion and the construction of a cultural memory, 1300–1550 (The New Middle Ages). Palgrave Macmillan

Catlos, B. A. (2018). Kingdoms of faith: a new history of Islamic Spain (First edition). Basic Books.

Catlos, B. A., & Kinoshita, S. (2017). Can We Talk Mediterranean? Conversations on an Emerging Field in Medieval and Early Modern Studies (1st ed. 2017.). Springer International Publishing: Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan.

Cau Ontiveros, M. A., & Mas Florit, C. (2019). Change and resilience: the occupation of Mediterranean islands in late antiquity. Oxbow Books.

Cimadomo, Paolo, Rocco Palermo, Raffaella Pappalardo, and Raffaella Pierobon Benoit, eds. (2020). Before/after: transformation, change, and abandonment in the Roman and Late Antique Mediterranean. Archaeopress Publishing

Cobb, M. A. (2018). Rome and the Indian Ocean trade from Augustus to the early third century CE. Brill.

Cobb, M. A. (2019). The Indian Ocean trade in antiquity: political, cultural, and economic impacts. Routledge.

Çolak, H. (2015). The Orthodox Church in the early modern Middle East: relations between the Ottoman Central Administration and the Patriarchates of Antioch, Jerusalem, and Alexandria. Türk Tarih Kurumu.

Coulon, D., & Gadrat, C. (2017). Le voyage au Moyen Âge : description du monde et quête individuelle. Presses universitaires de Provence.

Crawley Quinn, Josephine & Nicholas C. Vella (Eds.). (2018). The Punic Mediterranean: identities and identification from Phoenician settlement to Roman rule. Cambridge University Press.

Crema, A. da, & Nori, G. (1996). Itinerario al Santo Sepolcro, 1486. Pacini Editore.

Cunliffe, B. W. (2017). On the ocean: the Mediterranean and the Atlantic from prehistory to AD 1500 (First edition). Oxford University Press.

Dalal, Radha, Sean Roberts, and Jochen Sokoly, eds. (2021). The Seas and the Mobility of Islamic Art. Yale University Press.

Dansette, B., & Nielen, M.-A. (2017). Le récit des voyages et pèlerinages de Jean de Tournai, 1488-1489. CNRS Éditions.

Derr, J. L. (2019). The lived Nile: environment, disease, and material colonial economy in Egypt. Stanford University Press.

Donkin, L., & Vorholt, H. (2012). Imagining Jerusalem in the medieval West. Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press.

Ellis, M. H. (2018). Desert borderland: the making of modern Egypt and Libya. Stanford University Press.

Emanuel, J. P. (2017). Black ships and sea raiders: the late bronze and early iron age context of Odysseus’ second Cretan lie. Lexington Books.

Engberts, C., & Paul, H. (2019). Scholarly Personae in the History of Orientalism, 1870-1930. Brill.

Erdkamp, P., & Holleran, C. (2019). The Routledge handbook of diet and nutrition in the Roman world. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Fabri, F., Meyers, J., & Tarayre, M. (2013). Les errances de frère Félix, pèlerin en Terre sainte, en Arabie et en Égypte. Classiques Garnier.

Feuser, Stefan. (2019). Hafenstädte im östlichen Mittelmeerraum vom Hellenismus bis in die römische Kaiserzeit: Städtebau, Funktion und Wahrnehmung. Boston: De Gruyter

Finnegan, R. (2019). English explorers in the East (1738-1745): the travels of Thomas Shaw, Charles Perry, and Richard Pococke. Brill.

Fossier, A., Petitjean, J., & Revest, C. (2019). Écritures grises: les instruments de travail des administrations (XIIe-XVIIe siècle). École des chartes ; École française de Rome.

Frankfurter, D. (2018). Christianizing Egypt: syncretism and local worlds in late antiquity. Princeton University Press.

Fraser, E. A. (2017). Mediterranean encounters: artists between Europe and the Ottoman Empire, 1774-1839. The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Fromherz, A. J. (2017). The Near West: Medieval North Africa, Latin Europe and the Mediterranean in the Second Axial Age. Edinburgh University Press.

Gagné, R., Goldhill, S., & Lloyd, G. E. R. (2019). Regimes of comparatism: frameworks of comparison in history, religion, and anthropology. Brill.

Galateri di Genola, M. (2017). Itinerari e cronache francescane di Terra Santa (1500-1800): antiche edizioni a stampa sui Luoghi Santi, la presenza francescana e il pellegrinaggio nella Provincia d’Oltremare. Edizioni Terra Santa.

Garcia, D., Orgeolet, R., Pomadère, M., & Zurbach, J. (2019). Country in the city: agricultural functions of protohistoric urban settlements (Aegean and Western Mediterranean). Archaeopress Publishing Ltd.

García-Arenal, M., & Wiegers, G. A. (2019). Polemical encounters: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in Iberia and beyond. The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Garcia-Ventura, Agnès, and Lorenzo Verderame, eds. (2020). Perspectives on the History of Ancient Near Eastern Studies. Penn State Press.

Gelléri, Gábor, and Rachel Willie, eds. (2021). Travel and Conflict in the Early Modern World. Routledge.

Gonzalès, A., & Schettino, M. T. (2019). Tra le rive del Mediterraneo: relazioni diplomatiche, propaganda e egemonia politica nella Sicilia antiqua : Geloi I. Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté

Granerød, G. (2016). Dimensions of Yahwism in the Persian period: studies in the religion and society of the Judaean community at Elephantine. De Gruyter.

Grassi, Umberto, Selim Sirri Kuru, Vincenzo Lavenia, Tomas A. Mantecon Movellan, & Luiz Mott. (2020). Mediterranean Crossings: Sexual Transgressions in Islam and Christianity 10th-18th Centuries. Viella.

Grønlund Evers, K. (2017). Worlds apart trading together : the organisation of long-distance trade between Rome and India in antiquity. Archaeopress Publishing Ltd.

Van Haeperen, Françoise. (2019). Étrangère et ancestrale: la mère des dieux dans le monde romain. Les éditions du Cerf.

Harland, P. A., & Last, R. (2020). Group survival in the Ancient Mediterranean: rethinking material conditions in the landscape of Jews and Christians. T & T Clark.

Harper, K. (2017). The fate of Rome: climate, disease, and the end of an empire. Princeton University Press.

Hershenzon, D. (2018). The captive sea: slavery, communication, and commerce in early modern Spain and the Mediterranean. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Heyberger, B., & Walbiner, C. M. (2002). Les européens vus par les libanais à l’époque ottomane. Ergon Verlag.

Holland, R. F. (2018). The warm south : how the Mediterranean shaped the British imagination. Yale University Press.

Horden, P., & Purcell, N. (2020). The boundless sea : writing Mediterranean history. Routledge.

Hughes, J. D. (2016). What is environmental history? (Second edition.). Polity.

Izdebski, A., & Mulryan, M. (2019). Environment and society in the long late antiquity. Brill.

Jaynes, J. (2018). Christianity beyond Christendom: the global Christian experience on medieval mappaemundi and early modern world maps. Harrassowitz Verlag in Kommission.

Johnson, S. F. (2016). Literary territories : cartographical thinking in late antiquity. Oxford University Press.

Kampmeyer, M., & Kugelmann, C. (2017). Welcome to Jerusalem. Wienand; Jewish Museum Berlin.

Klimas, N. (2013). Storia dell’Archivio storico della Custodia di Terra Santa. ETS, Edizioni Terra Santa.

Knapp, A. B. (2018). Seafaring and seafarers : in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. Sidestone Press.

Kopp, H. (2017). Das Meer als Versprechen: Bedeutung und Funktion von Seeherrschaft bei Thukydides. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht.

Kopp, H., & Wendt, C. (2018). Thalassokratographie: Rezeption und Transformation antiker Seeherrschaft. De Gruyter.

Kozlovskaya, V. (2017). The Northern Black Sea in antiquity : networks, connectivity, and cultural interactions. Cambridge University Press.

Kühne, Hartmut, ed. (2020). Pilgerspuren: Wege in den Himmel / von Lüneburg an das Ende der Welt. Petersberg : Michael Imhof Verlag GmbH & Co. KG

Laboratoire Babel, Laboratoire d’archéologie médiévale méditerranéenne, & Gorgievski, Sandra. (2019). Itinérances maritimes en Méditerranée du Moyen Age à la première modernité: actes du colloque international organisé les 12-13 octobre 2017 à Toulon et à Marseille (MUCEM) par les laboratoires Babel (université de Toulon) et LA3M (université d’Aix-Marseille). Honoré Champion éditeur.

Legassie, S. (2017). The medieval invention of travel. The University of Chicago Press.

Lewis, D. M. (2018). Greek slave systems in their Eastern Mediterranean context, c.800-146 BC (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Lincoln, B. (2018). Apples and oranges: explorations in, on, and with comparison. The University of Chicago Press.

López-Ruiz, C., & Doak, B. R. (2019). The Oxford handbook of the Phoenician and Punic Mediterranean. Oxford University Press.

Lower, M. (2018). The Tunis crusade of 1270: a Mediterranean History (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Lucas, J., Murray, C. A., Owen, S., & Millett, M. (2019). Greek colonization in local context: case studies in colonial interactions. Oxbow Books.

Mack, M., & Balint, B. (2019). Jerusalem: city of the book. Yale University Press.

Maiarelli, A. (2012). L’Archivio storico della Custodia di Terra Santa, 1230-1970. Edizioni Terra Santa.

Makdisi, U. S. (2019). Age of coexistence: the ecumenical frame and the making of the modern Arab world. University of California Press.

Malcolm, N. (2019). Useful enemies: Islam and the Ottoman empire in western political thought, 1450-1750 (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Manning, Joseph Gilbert. (2018). The open sea: the economic life of the ancient Mediterranean world from the Iron Age to the rise of Rome. Princeton University Press.

Merrills, A. H. (2017). Roman geographies of the Nile : from the late Republic to the early Empire. Cambridge University Press.

Mills, S. (2020). A commerce of knowledge: trade, religion, and scholarship between England and the Ottoman Empire, c.1600-1760 (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Nantet, Emmanuel. (2020). Sailing from polis to empire: ships in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Hellenistic period. Open Book Publishers.

Necipoğlu, G., Kafadar, C., & Fleischer, C. H. (2019). Treasures of knowledge: an inventory of the Ottoman Palace Library (1502/3-1503/4). Brill.

Niehoff, M. (2017). Journeys in the Roman east: Imagined and Real. Mohr Siebeck.

O’Halloran, B. (2019). The political economy of classical Athens: a naval perspective. Brill.

Opstall, E. M. van. (2018). Sacred thresholds: the door to the sanctuary in late antiquity. Brill.

O’Quinn, D. (2019). Engaging the Ottoman empire: vexed mediations, 1690-1815 (First edition.). University of Pennsylvania Press.

Panchenko, K. A, Noble, Brittany Pheiffer, & Noble, Samuel. (2016). Arab Orthodox Christians Under the Ottomans 1516-1831. Holy Trinity Seminary Press.

Papantoniou, Giorgos, Christine Morris, and Athanasios K. Vionis, eds. (2019). Unlocking Sacred Landscapes: Spatial Analysis of Ritual and Cult in the Mediterranean. Astrom Editions.

Perego, E., Scopacasa, R., & Amicone, S. (2019). Collapse or survival: micro-dynamics of crisis and endurance in the ancient central Mediterranean. Oxbow Books.

Picard, C., & Elliott, N. (2018). Sea of the Caliphs: the Mediterranean in the medieval Islamic world. The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.

Pollard, L. (2015). The quest for classical Greece: early modern travel to the Greek world. I.B. Tauris.

Rapoport, Y., & Savage-Smith, E. (2018). Lost maps of the Caliphs: drawing the world in eleventh-century Cairo. The University of Chicago Press.

Ritsema van Eck, M. P. (2019). The Holy Land in observant Franciscan texts (c. 1480-1650): theology, travel, and territoriality. Brill.

Roller, Duane W., & Roller, Duane W. (2018). A historical and topographical guide to the Geography of Strabo. Cambridge University Press.

Rouxpetel, Camille. (2015). L’occident au miroir de l’Orient chrétien: Cilicie, Syrie, Palestine et Égypte (XIIe-XIVe siècle).

Rovira Guardiola, R. (2018). The ancient Mediterranean Sea in modern visual and performing arts: sailing in troubled waters. Bloomsbury Academic, An imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing.

Sabaté, F. (2017). The crown of Aragon: a singular Mediterranean empire. Brill.

Salvarani, R. (2018). Il Santo Sepolcro a Gerusalemme: storia e archeologia. BAMSphoto Rodella.

Schotte, Margaret E. (2019). Sailing School: Navigating Science and Skill, 1550-1800. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Schug, Gwen Robbins, ed. (2020). The Routledge handbook of the bioarchaeology of climate and environmental change. Routledge.

Sinanoglou, P. (2019). Partitioning Palestine: British policymaking at the end of empire. The University of Chicago Press.

Stolz, D. A. (2018). The Lighthouse and the observatory: Islam, science, and empire in late Ottoman Egypt. Cambridge University Press.

Strootman, R., Eijnde, F. van den, & Van Wijk, R. (2020). Empires of the sea: maritime power networks in world history. Brill.

Stroumsa, Guy G. (2021). The idea of semitic monotheism: the rise and fall of a scholarly myth. New York: Oxford University Press.

Sylvia Ioannou Foundation, International Conference on the Greek World in Travel Accounts Maps, ‘Knowledge is Power,’ Meet the Experts Session, & Doukellēs, Panagiōtēs. (2019). Mediterranean cartographic stories: seventeenth- eighteenth-century masterpieces from the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation Collection. AdVenture SA.

Tagliaferri, Filomena Viviana. (2018). Tolerance re-shaped in the early-modern Mediterranean borderlands: travellers, missionaries and proto-journalists (1683-1724). Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge.

Takayama, H. (2019). Sicily and the Mediterranean in the Middle Ages. Routledge.

Talbert, R. J. A. (2019). Challenges of mapping the classical world. Routledge.

Tamari, S. (2019). Grounded identities: territory and belonging in the medieval and early modern Middle East and Mediterranean. Brill.

Tartakoff, P. (2020). Conversion, circumcision, and ritual murder in medieval Europe. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Teitler, H. C. (2017). The last pagan emperor: Julian the Apostate and the war against Christianity. Oxford University Press.

Terpstra, T. T. (2019). Trade in the ancient Mediterranean: private order and public institutions. Princeton University Press.

Theotokis, Georgios, ed. (2020). Warfare in the Norman Mediterranean (Warfare in History). The Boydell Press.

Theotokis, Georgios, & Yildiz, A. (2018). A military history of the Mediterranean Sea: aspects of war, diplomacy, and military elites. Brill.

Timm, F. (2006). Der Palästina-Pilgerbericht des Bernhard von Breidenbach und die Holzschnitte Erhard Reuwichs: die Peregrinatio in terram sanctam (1486) als Propagandainstrument im Mantel der gelehrten Pilgerschrift. Hauswedell.

Urquízar Herrera, A. (2017). Admiration and awe: Morisco buildings and identity negotiations in early modern spanish historiography (First edition). Oxford University Press.

Vélez, K. (2019). The miraculous flying house of Loreto: spreading Catholicism in the early modern world. Princeton University Press.

Vesperini, P. (2019). La philosophie antique: essai d’histoire. Fayard.

Walsh, M. J. K. (2019). Famagusta maritima: mariners, merchants, pilgrims, and mercenaries. Brill.

Ward, W. D. (2020). Near Eastern cities from Alexander to the successors of Muhammad. Routledge.

Wilson, A., & Bowman, A. K. (2018). Trade, commerce, and the state in the roman world (First edition.). Oxford University Press.

Wittke, A.-M., Dillon, J. N., & Smart, D. (2018). The early Mediterranean world, 1200-600 BC. Brill.

Woolf, Greg. (2020). The life and death of ancient cities: a natural history. Oxford University Press.

Yoo, J., Zerbini, A., & Barron, C. (2019). Migration and migrant identities in the Near East from antiquity to the Middle Ages. Routledge.

Zarinebaf, F. (2018). Mediterranean encounters: trade and pluralism in early modern Galata. University of California Press.

Zeldes, Nadia. (2020). Reading Jewish History in the Renaissance: Christians, Jews, and the Hebrew Sefer Josippon. Lexington Books.

צרפתי, רחל. (2020). מגילת פירנצה: מסע מצויר של עולה רגל יהודי מימי הביניים. מוזיאון ישראל.