Comparative Civilizations Review

A publication of the International Society for the Comparative Study of Civilizations.

No 73: Fall 2015

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Comparative Civilizations Review i-v
Editor's Note PDF
Joseph Drew 1-9


He Kept the Candlelight Aglow, Ever Brighter PDF
Tseggai Isaac 10-16
Matthew Melko and the Study of Real Peace PDF
David Wilkinson 17-26
Civilizational Trauma and Value Nihilism in Boccaccio's "Decameron" PDF
David Rosner 27-41
Brokers of Legitimacy: Intellectuals and Politics in Early Republican China PDF
Shakhar Rahav 42-50
Evidence for Belarusian-Ukrainian Eastern Slavic Civilization PDF
Piotr Murzionak 51-76
A Biosystematic View of Civilizations: Western Europe and Japan Before and After the Industrial Revolution PDF
Kunio Kawamura 77-100
Cerebral Predestination? A Review of CCR No. 72 PDF
Leland Conley Barrows 101-102

Book Reviews

Andrew Targowski, The Limits of Civilization PDF
Joseph Drew 103-105
Barry Cunliffe, Europe Between the Oceans: 9000 BC to AD 1000 PDF
Laina Farhat-Holzman 106-107
John Keegan, The First World War PDF
Laina Farhat-Holzman 108-109
Andrew Targowski, The Deadly Effect of Informatics on the Holocaust PDF
Peter Hecht 110-111
Bruce Mazlish and Ralph Buultjens, eds., Conceptualizing Global History PDF
Vitaliy Sholokhov 112-114

End Matter

Call for Papers PDF
Comparative Civilizations Review 115-119

Full Issue

Full Issue PDF

ISSN: 0733-4540