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#1: The Early History of Rome: Books I-V of the History of Rome from its Foundation. By Livy (a Roman historian who lived from c. 59 BC to AD 17). Translated by Aubrey De Selincourt with an introduction by R.M. Ogilvie. Published by Penguin Books. First published in 1960, reprinted in 1971, paperback, 8” tall by 5” wide. ISBN: 0140441042. Bought USED for $8.95 from Bard College bookstore but there are no markings. Front and back covers are in excellent shape.
Book One: Rome Under the Kinds
Book Two: The Beginnings of the Republic
Book Three: The Patricians at Bay
Book Four: War and Politics
Book Five: The Capture of Rome
Was used in an introductionary class in Classical studies/Roman history during my freshman year (five years ago!) of which I forget the specific name. Willing to sell for $3.00!!
#2: The Power of Images in the Age of Augustus. By Paul Zanker. Translated by Alan Shapiro. Published by U of Michigan Press: Ann Arbor, 2003, paperback. 385 pages. 9" tall by 6 1/2" wide.
ISBN: 0472081241. Bought NEW for $23.95 from Bard College bookstore. No markings. Front and back covers are in excellent shape.
Black and White pictures, waxy pages, covers art and architecture from the Octavian period through the time of Antony, the New Imperialism, the Augustan Program of Cultural Renewal, New Rome, the Roman Empire of Augustus, also discusses art and architecture of the private sphere.
Was used in the same introductionary class in Classical studies/Roman history during my freshman year (five years ago!) of which I forget the specific name. Willing to sell $10.00 or best offer!
#3: Mapping the Social Landscape: Readings in Sociology. By Susan Ferguson. Published by McGrawHill, New York. 2002, paperback.
3rd Edition. ISBN:0072555238. Bought USED for $29.55 from Bard College bookstore. Some highlighting, a good amount of ink underlining, front and back cover are slightly bent and bruised.
This book has a lot of really interesting articles. The new edition includes an overview of the discipline of sociology, Zimbardo's famous prison experiment, African American teen pregnancy, school cliques, theories of sex and gender, White privilege, and much more.
Was used in Yuval Elmelech's Introduction to Sociology only a year ago. Willing to sell for $5.00!
#4:Readings in Social Research Methods. By Diane Kholos Wysocki. Published by Thomson Wadsworth, US, paperback, 2nd Edition.
ISBN: 0534619290. Bought NEW as part of a set from Bard College bookstore with another required textbook that I have already sold. Does not have a marked price. Small amount of highlighting, no bruises to outside covers, almost like new!
Was used in Yuval Elmelech's Introduction to Research Methods. Class only a year ago. Willing to sell for $5.00 or best offer.
#5: Tonal Harmony with an Introduction to Twentieth-Century Music. By Stefan Kostka and Dorothy Payne. Published by McGrawHill, New York, 2000. Hardcover text book and paperback workbook, 4th edition. blue covers, revised printing,
Workbook with cd ISBN: 0073035122, Text book ISBN: 0072415703. Bought NEW as a set (text book and workbook together) from Bard College bookstore. Workbook was $32.90, the text book doesn’t have a price marked on it but I remember the total was close to $90 so the text book was probably about $60.00.
Text Book is like new, very minimal highlighting and some penciled markings. Workbook has some ink writing, some assignments that I handed in and were given back to me are included for your "research/help." Workbook comes with CD-Rom to use with textbook exercises.
This book is the bible for anyone interested in music theory or writing music. Used at Bard, also at SUNY New Paltz and ALL OVER!!
Was used in Kyle Gahn's Introduction to Music Theory/ Ear Training/Fundamentals my freshman year (five years ago!) Willing to sell both for $20.00 or best offer. Would like to see these music books go to a good home.