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Religious Horror and Holy... Religious Horror and Holy...
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Religious Horror and Holy War in Viking Age Francia

Price €79.00

Matthew Bryan Gillis

ISBN 978-615-6405-19-7 (paperback)                                     Paperback, €37.00

ISBN 978-615-6405-20-3 (hardcover)                                      Hardcover, €79.00

eISBN 978-615-6405-21-0 (eBook)                                           eBook, €37.00

DOI: 10.22618/TP.REH.20211


Published: November 2021

pp. 158

Paperbacks and hardcovers will only be available for purchase starting January 2021. 


BOOK DESCRIPTION 

Religious Horror and Holy War in Viking Age Francia explores how authorities in western Francia used horror rhetoric to cast Christian soldiers, who robbed the poor and the church, as monsters that devoured human flesh and drank human blood. Adapting modern literary horror approaches to medieval sources, this study reveals how such rhetoric served as a form of spiritual weaponry in the clergy’s attempts to correct and condemn wayward military men. This investigation, therefore, unearths long-forgotten Carolingian thought about the dreadful spiritual reality of internal enemies during a time of political division and the Northmen’s depredations. Yet such horror also informed a new understanding of Christian heroism that developed in relation to the wars fought against the invaders. This vision of heroic soldiers, which included military martyrs, culminated in ideas about holy war against the pagans. Thus Carolingian religious horror and holy war together belonged to a body of ideas about the spiritual, unseen side of the church’s cosmic conflict against evil that foreshadowed later medieval Crusading thought. 

 This book is fully available in open access.

                                                                       

                                                                                   


The Best Romanian... The Best Romanian...
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The Best Romanian Management Studies 2019-2020

Price €24.00

Edited by Ovidiu Nicolescu, Constantin Oprean, Aurel-Mihail Ţîţu

ISBN 978-615-6405-22-7 

eISBN 978-615-6405-23-4

DOI: 10.22618/TP.LIB.BRMS2021

Published November 2021

Paperback and eBook, pp. 299

BOOK DESCRIPTION 

International perspectives are focused on knowledge-based economy, organization and management. Knowledge is and will remain an inexhaustible source of development on all levels. The SARS-CoV2 pandemic has shown that only science can solve current and future problems, while knowledge is the only thing that can lead to a reasonable and acceptable end for all parties involved. Past, present and future knowledge can help humanity overcome any impasse, thus a knowledge-based society can only be built on knowledge-based management. Quality and the concepts associated with it are the only way to implement meritocracy and total quality management. The correct solution is based on the application of correctly prepared procedures that aim at both the concepts of an organization that learns and at client obsession. Well-trained specialists in their field can offer correct and timely solutions to existing problems, which is also perfectly valid during the SARS-CoV2 pandemic. 

This volume offers a broad, complex and complete view of these issues (and not only). These fundamental ideas find their explanations within this volume which is addressed to managers on all levels, specialists in the field, but also to students in management schools. 

 This book is fully available in open access.

The Liminal Horse:... The Liminal Horse:...
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The Liminal Horse: Equitation and Boundaries

Price €93.00

Rena Maguire and Anastasija Ropa (editors)

ISBN 978-615-81821-5-7 (paperback)                                           Paperback, €41.00

ISBN 978-615-81821-7-1 (hardcover)                                            Hardcover, €93.00

eISBN 978-615-81821-6-4 (eBook)                                                eBook, €41.00


October 2021

In colour, pp. 316


BOOK DESCRIPTION 

The historical horse is at once material and abstract, as is the notion of the border. Borders and frontiers are not only markers delineating geographical spaces but also mental constructs: there are borders between order and disorder, between what is permitted and what is prohibited. Boundaries and liminal spaces also exist in the material, economic, political, moral, legal and religious spheres. In this volume, the contributing authors explore the theme of the liminality of the horse in all of these historical arenas, asking how does one reconcile the very different roles played by the horse in human history?

Cheiron: The International...
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Cheiron: The International Journal of Equine and Equestrian History, Vol. 1/Issue 1

ISSN 2786-3182 

Editors-in-Chief: Anastasija Ropa, Miriam A. Bibby 

Guest Editor: Katherine S. Kanne 


Vol.  1 (Issue 1/2021, November)

Pages 1-239

DOI: 10.22618/TP.Cheiron.20211.1

About this issue

Trivent Publishing is delighted to announce the publication of the first issue of Cheiron: the International Journal of Equine and Equestrian History.  The history of horses and horsemanship has fascinated scholars for decades, but this is the first academic journal dedicated to the history of this magnificent animal - the only non-human animal athlete granted participation in the Olympic Games - and its interactions with humankind. In this first issue, we look at the historiography of equine and equestrian studies, with contributions that reflect the vibrant research environment that encompasses equine history, archaeology and social sciences today.

 You can read this issue in open access

The Rhetoric of the Cyprus... The Rhetoric of the Cyprus...
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The Rhetoric of the Cyprus Problem. Idealism, Nationalism, Realism

Price €79.00

Iakovos Menelaou


ISBN 978-615-81821-3-3                                           Paperback, €37.00

eISBN 978-615-81821-4-0                                         Hardcover, €79.00

                                                                                      eBook, €37.00
September 2021

pp. 155


BOOK DESCRIPTION 

This book is not another history of the Cyprus problem. It is an analysis of the forces and policies which led to the traumatic experience of 1974 and the geographical separation of the two largest Cypriot communities (the Greek Cypriots and the Turkish Cypriots). Also, it is an analysis of those forces which keep the island divided. Why is Cyprus a divided island? What led to this division? What forces keep the two communities apart? Why was the Annan Plan rejected? How important is the role of the “motherlands”? Are there any geostrategic interests? Why is Cyprus important in the geopolitics of the Eastern Mediterranean? This book deals with these and other questions, and the analysis is based on declassified documents and other primary material.  

Heading Towards Humans... Heading Towards Humans...
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Heading Towards Humans Again: Aspects of Bioethics in the New Age of Science

Price €110.00

Edited by Miroslav Radenković


ISBN 978-615-81821-1-9                                            Paperback, €44.00

eISBN 978-615-81821-2-6                                          Hardcover, €110.00

DOI: 10.22618/TP.AEBIO.20214                                 eBook, €44.00


Volume 4 (June 2021)

pp. 231

BOOK DESCRIPTION 

Bioethics has become an important part of everyday dynamics, encompassing both clinical and research ethics. This edited collection aims to challenge some critical cornerstones of today’s contemporary bioethical concerns and issues. The individual chapters were prepared by esteemed scholars with international background in their specialties. Nowadays technological revolution is reaching a whole new level, continuously challenging us to define what is human. Keeping this in mind, the authors provided comprehensive and thoughtful views on different bioethical issues, including cultural and social influences on contemporary bioethics, posthumanism and transhumanism, death, the critical importance of informed consent, prenatal genetic testing, gene and cell therapy, mandatory vaccinations, cannabis use, antidoping concerns, treatment of rare diseases and pain management, and finally educational and legislative lines of reasoning.

This book is available in open access. 

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