Publications by Michael Jursa

Selection of Anthropocene-related books and articles


 Univ.-Prof. Dr. Michael Jursa

Jursa, M. (2021). Agriculture in Bronze Age Mesopotamia. In: D. Hollander and T. Howe, eds. A Companion to Ancient Agriculture: Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, 151-172.

Jursa, M. (2016). Silver and other forms of elite wealth in seventh century BC Babylonia. In: K. Kleber and R. Pirngruber, eds. Silver, Money and Credit. A tribute to Robartus J. van der Spek on Occasion of his 65th Birthday on 18th September 2014. The Netherlands Institute for the Near East, 61-71.

Jursa, M. (2014). Babylonia in the first millennium BCE: Economic growth in times of empire. In: L. Neal and J. Williamson, eds. The Cambridge History of Capitalism. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 24-42.

Jursa, M., Hackl, J., Janković, B., Kleber, K., Payne, E., Waerzeggers, C. A. H. and Weszeli, M. (2010). Aspects of the Economic History of Babylonia in the First Millennium BC. Economic Geography, Economic Mentalities, Agriculture, the Use of Money and the Problem of Economic Growth. Münster: Alter Orient und Altes Testament.