History of Terrorism
Historians talked about terrorism and the concept of terrorism throughout history. The scholars are all contributors to The Routledge… read more
Historians talked about terrorism and the concept of terrorism throughout history. The scholars are all contributors to The Routledge History of Terrorism, a reference book which begins with Ancient Greece and concludes with essays on international terror. close
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Steven Isaac Professor Longwood University->History
Matthew Jennings Associate Professor Middle Georgia State College->History
Richard Bach Jensen Professor Northwestern State University of Louisiana->Louisiana Scholars' College
Ann Larabee Professor Michigan State University->English Department
Randall Law Associate Professor Birmingham-Southern College->History Department
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