READINGSEPTEMBER 2022

24977. (Jim Grim­s­ley) How I Shed My Skin
24978. (Steve Muhlberg­er) [in blog Muhlberger’s World His­to­ry] Two Books on Charny
. . . . . [review]
24979. (Steve Muhlberg­er) [in blog Muhlberger’s World His­to­ry] My Reac­tion to
. . . . . The Last Duel [review]
24980. (Jef­frey M. Hur­wit) The Athen­ian Acrop­o­lis ― His­to­ry, Mythol­o­gy, and Archaeology
. . . . . from the Neolith­ic Era to the Present
24981. (C. M. Clark, et al) The Mal­ta Cis­tern Map­ping Project: Expe­di­tion II [arti­cle]
24982. (David K. Wright) Cli­mate Change: Lacus­trine Zone [arti­cle]
(Isa­iah Berlin) Lib­er­ty [revised and expand­ed edi­tion of Four Essays on Liberty]:
. . . . 24983. (Hen­ry Hardy) The Edi­tor’s Tale [pref­ace]
. . . . 24984. (Hen­ry Hardy) Intro­duc­tion [pref­ace]
. . . . 24985. [2] (Isa­iah Berlin) Polit­i­cal Ideas in the Twen­ti­eth Cen­tu­ry [arti­cle]
. . . . 24986. [2] (Isa­iah Berlin) His­tor­i­cal Inevitabil­i­ty [arti­cle]
. . . . 24987. [2] (Isa­iah Berlin) Two Con­cepts of Lib­er­ty [arti­cle]
. . . . 24988. [2] (Isa­iah Berlin) John Stu­art Mill and the Ends of Life [arti­cle]
. . . . 24989. (Isa­iah Berlin) From Hope and Fear Set Free [arti­cle]
. . . . 24990. (Isa­iah Berlin) Lib­er­ty [arti­cle]
. . . . 24991. (Isa­iah Berlin) The Birth of Greek Indi­vid­u­al­ism [arti­cle]
. . . . 24992. (Isa­iah Berlin) Final Ret­ro­spect [arti­cle]
. . . . 24993. (Isa­iah Berlin) The Pur­pose Jus­ti­fies the Ways [arti­cle]
. . . . 24994. (Isa­iah Berlin) A Let­ter to George Ken­nan [arti­cle]
. . . . 24995. (Isa­iah Berlin) Notes on Prej­u­dice [arti­cle]
. . . . 24996. (Ian Har­ris) Berlin and his Crit­ics [arti­cle]
24997. (Steve Muhlberg­er) [in blog Muhlberger’s World His­to­ry] Queen Invis­i­ble [arti­cle]
24998. (Michael P. Lewis, Patrick S. Quinn & Robert Carter) Uruk Expan­sion or Integrated
. . . . . Devel­op­ment? A Pet­ro­glyph­ic and Geo­chem­i­cal Per­spec­tive from Gur­ga Chiya,
. . . . . Iraqi Kur­dis­tan [arti­cle]
24999. (Andrew Ray­mond Camp­bell) Queer X Design: 50 Years of Signs, Symbols,
. . . . . Ban­ners, Logos, and Graph­ic Art of LGBTQ

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