What are some modern worthy monographs on the Bronze Age catastrophe?
Answer from: Vitaly Lesin:
An idler and a social parasite....
No, I don't. My knowledge of antiquity is fragmentary and I am practically not interested in it, therefore in each question on this subject I refer to Mr. Selitsky who is active here. It's better not to ask me about such things :) "At the Bolshoi let them sing, I'll operate and there will be no more ruins..."
Answer from: Maxim F.:
Video editor, writer-director, musician, Tallinn graduate...
If it's straightforwardly modern, then number one would obviously go to "1177 B.C.э. The year that civilization fell". Just keep in mind that the book, despite the title, covers a historical period and well before the KBV.
More work could be suggested "The End of The Bronze Age: Changes in Warfare and the Catastrophe ca 1200 BC". She is a little "older than" (1995), but she'll do.