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The Idea of ​​Latin America that Historians Built and Disseminated
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Second Edition of the Intercontinental Academia Will Address Human Dignity
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Jeffrey Lesser, new visiting professor, will study cultural and health habits in São Paulo
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History and the Environment: A Necessary Dialogue
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Sense of humanity and hospitality in a world of wars and hunger
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VideoIEA The Place of Race: Contemporary Caribbean Debates
This event has discussed racism in Cuba and Haiti in order to present the two cases in comparison. Professors Rachel Price and Nick Nesbitt, both from Princeton University, presented the theme focusing on cultural, historical and political issues.
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VideoIEA Can History teach us Anything? 100 Years of the First World War - Panel 1
Literatura, História e Histórias das Ideias: as análises de especialistas para explicar e entender o significado da Primeira Guerra Mundial.
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VideoIEA Can History teach us Anything? 100 Years of the First World War - Panel 2
Literatura, História e Histórias das Ideias: as análises de especialistas para explicar e entender o significado da Primeira Guerra Mundial.
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VideoIEA Money as Symbol of American Identity in American Literature and Films
'In general, money represents values ​​and meanings beyond their commercial and financial functions. Its magic, tinkling, color and smell have excited the human imagination and created fables, stories and characters like Shylock from Shakespeare or Molière's Harpagon.' This perspective led Sina Vatanpour's conference, emphasizing the various meanings that money evokes in the USA.
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VideoIEA Recent Trends in American Policy: Democracy Abroad but Not at Home?
American historian Alexander Keyssar, from Harvard University, has delivered the conference "Recent Trends in American Policy: Democracy Abroad but Not at Home?", which analyzed the contradiction between American efforts to build democracy abroad and the simultaneous commitment to restrict popular participation and electoral institutions in the U.S.. The conference was held on November 8, 2006, in English.
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