University Press of Southern Denmark
University Press of Southern Denmark (Denmark), founded in 1966, is the largest university press in Denmark. Since its inception it has published more than 2,000 titles. Their publications make a contribution to the fields of history, population studies, classical studies and linguistics. Philosophy is an expanding field for this press. They are also strong in medieval studies and literary criticism. They produce books in several languages, and while ISBS actively stocks their books in English, ISBS can obtain for you copies of their foreign language publications.
Liturgical Music in the Copenhagen Synagogue
Danish Jewry is the oldest minority in Denmark, with a history reaching back 400 years. The music still used in the Copenhagen synagogue was an offshoot of 19th-century developments in the synagogues of Vienna and Berlin that accompanied...
Paper & CD - 9788776740382 - $ 27.25
Letter to My Descendents Part II
A Global Citizen is the second installment of the autobiography by Niels Aage Skov. It will be welcomed by the many who have clamored for "the rest of the story" after reading Letter to My Descendants, a memoir of his life...
Paper - 9788776741532 - $ 29.50
On How Municipality Level Characteristics Explain Municipality Level Variation in Children's Placement Risk (Study Paper No. 29)
Previous studies find significant community-level differences in the out-of-home placement rates of children. However, it remains unclear which community-level factors, other than geographical factors, explain the differences in placement rates....
Paper - 9788790199418 - $ 9.75
By Erik Gobel
The Danish West Indies - the islands of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix - were a traditional Caribbean colony, characterized by sugar production, trade, and shipping. The colony was under the Danish flag from 1671 until 1917, since which time the islands have been known...
Cloth - 9788778387219 - $ 27.00
Edited by: Kim Brosen
Publication Date: 6/19/1999. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paper - 9788778384591 - $ 25.00
Paul Christophersen (1911-1999) is one of Denmark's foremost Anglicists. As a young graduate of Copenhagen University he assisted Otto Jespersen with the preparation of one of the volumes og the latter's Modern English Grammar. He himself achieved a doctorate with a ground-breaking thesis, published as The Articles in (1939)....
Paper - 9788778384058 - $ 28.00
Study Paper No. 34
In cross-country poverty studies, Denmark, like the other Nordic countries, stands out with low rates of poverty incidence and duration. This study paper shows that this is the net outcome of very different poverty profiles between natives and immigrants. It describes and analyzes...
Paper - 9788790199562 - $ 12.00
Morkinskinna and Icelandic Identity, c. 1220
Contributions by: Fredrik Heinemann
Morkinskinna is a 13th-century Icelandic saga that portrays the kings who ruled Norway in the 11th and 12th centuries. It emerged during a particularly fertile period of composition of Icelandic kings' sagas, and marks a key moment in...
Cloth - 9788776748456 - $ 50.00
Later Historical Archaeology in Britain and Denmark, c. 1500-2000 AD
What is historical archaeology? What are the challenges facing archaeologists looking at the remains of the last 500 years? What are the issues for archaeology itself in today's...
Paper - 9788776746582 - $ 40.00
Publication Date: 1/19/1997. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Paper - 9788778382788 - $ 16.00