Calendario 2017 Pais Vasco Pared

ISBN: 9788427138360
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Ansel Adams In Color

Autore: Andrea G. Stillman
Editore: Little, Brown
ISBN: 9780316056410
Grandezza: 48,54 MB
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Renowned as America's pre-eminent black-and-white landscape photographer, Ansel Adams began to photograph in color soon after Kodachrome film was invented in the mid 1930s. He made nearly 3,500 color photographs, a small fraction of which were published for the first time in the 1993 edition of ANSEL ADAMS IN COLOR. In this newly revised and expanded edition, 20 unpublished photographs have been added. New digital scanning and printing technologies allow a more faithful representation of Adams's color photography.

The Maids

Autore: Jean Genet
ISBN: 9780571331550
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In a luxurious bedroom, two maids fantasize about killing their employer, playing out dangerous and sadistic scenarios as they plan her violent death. An intense psychological thriller, The Maids offers a vicious analysis of the class system and a provocative exploration of sexuality. Jean Genet's masterpiece The Maids has not been seen in the West End for twenty years. This contemporary adaptation by Benedict Andrews and Andrew Upton receives its UK premiere at the Trafalgar Studios, London, in February 2016.

The Indian Community Of Colonial Mexico

Autore: Arij Ouweneel
Editore: Purdue University Press
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This book contains fifteen essays on land tenure, corporate Organizations, ideology and village politics

America Needs Talent

Autore: Jamie Merisotis
Editore: RosettaBooks
ISBN: 0795345933
Grandezza: 66,28 MB
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"This book should be on the desk of every 2016 Presidential candidate." —Anne-Marie Slaughter, President and CEO, New America With falling wages and rising inequality, persistent unemployment, failing schools, and broken cities, have America’s best days come and gone? In America Needs Talent, Jamie Merisotis, a globally recognized leader in philanthropy, higher education, and public policy, explains why talent is needed to usher in a new era of innovation and success, and why deliberate choices must be made by government, the private sector, education, and individuals to grow talent in America. What if you paid for education based on what you actually learned, instead of the time you spent in class? What if your visa application was processed as if you were an asset to our nation’s growing talent pool, instead of by Homeland Security? Merisotis proposes bold ideas to successfully deploy the world’s most talented people—from rethinking higher education to transforming immigration laws, revitalizing urban hubs, and encouraging private sector innovation. The outlook may be gloomy now, but it doesn’t need to be. The second American Century can happen—by developing and deploying the next thinkers, makers, and risk takers who will power America’s knowledge economy in the 21st century.

Service Learning

Autore: Marybeth Lima
Editore: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780199922048
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Service-Learning: Engineering in Your Community, Second Edition, links design methodology and engineering analysis to the socially beneficial application of engineering principles. Authors Marybeth Lima and William C. Oakes emphasize the importance of reflection, teaming skills, project management, communications, and ethics, carefully considering the integral roles that they play in the process of engineering for the common good. NEW TO THIS EDITION * Reflection questions added to every chapter * Four new chapters: - Chapter 2: Best Practices in Engineering Service-Learning - Chapter 5: Ethics in Learning Through Service - Chapter 6: Sustainable Citizens and Citizen Engineers - Chapter 12: International Service-Learning * More examples of student reflections and common reflection models in Chapter 3: Reflection * Expanded coverage of visual and graphical communication in Chapter 9: Technical Communications * Companion Website with videos relating to service-learning (

Dictators In Cartoons

Autore: Tony Husband
ISBN: 9781784046149
Grandezza: 66,29 MB
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Vista: 1965
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El Norte Entre Algodones

Autore: Luis Aboites Aguilar
Editore: El Colegio de Mexico AC
ISBN: 6074625972
Grandezza: 61,31 MB
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Esta obra propone que a partir de 1930 el algodón hizo una gran contribución al poblamiento del norte mexicano, favoreció la formación de mercados de trabajo y de tierras, propició la movilidad social, impulsó la urbanización y dio lugar a un optimismo desbordado entre las oligarquías norteñas. También da cuenta de que el episodio algodonero, mayoritariamente norteño, obedeció sobre todo a la conexión con el mercado mundial.


Autore: Juan Pablo Fusi Aizpurúạ
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Why The Pharaohs Built The Pyramids With Fake Stones

Autore: Joseph Davidovits
ISBN: 9782951482043
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In this book, Professor Joseph Davidovits explains the intriguing theory that made him famous. He shows how the Pyramids were built by using re-agglomerated stone (a natural limestone treated like a concrete), and not with huge carved blocks, hauled on fragile ramps. Archaeology bears him out, as well as hieroglyphic texts, scientific analysis, religious and historical facts. Several independant scientific studies reveal the ultimate proofs that the pyramids blocks are not natural. You may find various papers or opinions challenging the theory, but all prefer ignoring these analysis. Believing or not in the artificial stone theory is now simply irrelevant. It is a fact, a truth that is still fought by some people for irrational purposes. Here we finally have the first complete presentation on how and why the Egyptian pyramids were built. We discover its brilliant creator, the great scribe and architect, Imhotep. Joseph Davidovits sweeps aside the conventional image which cripples Egyptology and delivers a captivating and surprising view of Egyptian civilisation. He charts the rise of this technology, its apogee with the Pyramids at Giza, and the decline. Everything is logical and brilliant, everything fits into place. Chapter by chapter, the revelations are sensational, especially when Joseph Davidovits explains why the pharaohs stopped building great pyramids because of an over-exploitation of raw materials and a likely environmental disaster. We understand why Cheops and Ramses II represent two Egyptian civilisations completely different in their beliefs. On the one hand, the God Khnum mandates Cheops to build his pyramid in agglomerated stone, while on the other hand, the God Amun orders Ramses to carve stone for the temples of Luxor and Karnak. 30 years after the best seller book: The Pyramids: an enigma solved, after 30 years of new research, and new discoveries, you will understand why the theory is more alive than ever, why more and more scientists and archaeologists agree, simply because it is the truth.