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Some Relevant Titles
- Building the World: An Encyclopedia of the Great Engineering Projects in History
- Frank Paul Davidson and Kathleen Lusk-Brooke. 2 vols. Westport, Conn., Greenwood Press, 2006.
- Documents 41 major building projects starting with Solomon's Temple in Israel, and including the Suez Canal, the Panama Canal, the founding of Brasilia, the Aswan Dam, and the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Project. Sample Chapter Available at NJIT? Available at Rutgers?
- The Helmand Valley Project in Afghanistan
- Cyntia Clapp-Wincek and Emily Baldwin. U.S. Agency for International Development (AID), December 1983.
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- More than 50,000 streaming videos with transcripts on issues worldwide. Includes documentaries, news reels, oral histories, speeches, and interviews. Rutgers-restricted Access.
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