Paulo Freire and the Politics of Literacy in Lusophone Africa after IndependencePaulo Freire and the Politics of Literacy in Lusophone Africa after Independence
Paulo Freire and the Politics of Literacy in Lusophone Africa after Independence by Andrew J. Kirkendall Presented at the Lusophone Africa: Intersections between the Social Sciences conference, May 2003, Cornell University
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Futures Told, Tamed and Traded Barbara AdamFutures Told, Tamed and Traded Barbara Adam
In the concluding section it suggests that there is much to learn from the conceptual tools honed by predecessors in their efforts to render the future more knowable
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Contemporary literary theoryContemporary literary theory
New Historicism, than I do here. I believe however that what I have to say here is still relevant and describes the fundamental paradigm shift which has altered the direction and mandate of literary study
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Polis, revue camerounaise de science politique, vol. 12, Numero special 2004 2005Polis, revue camerounaise de science politique, vol. 12, Numero special 2004 2005
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Marshall Berman, from Introduction toMarshall Berman, from Introduction to
Modernity is the transitory, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art, of which the other half is the eternal
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What is war? Peace is the absence of war. But how do we know if we’ve never lived in a world without war? What can we do to find peace? Is peace even possible?What is war? Peace is the absence of war. But how do we know if we’ve never lived in a world without war? What can we do to find peace? Is peace even possible?
Ing peace and love had similar endpoints for politics as the military hawks whose policies brought about war and hatred. Whether or not they actually desire peace
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The Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. WeilerThe Jean Monnet Program Professor J. H. H. Weiler
Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University
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Marshall Berman, from Introduction toMarshall Berman, from Introduction to
Modernity is the transitory, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art, of which the other half is the eternal
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The German IdeologyThe German Ideology
Let us revolt against the rule of thoughts. Let us teach men, says one, to exchange these imaginations for thoughts which correspond to the essence of man; says the second, to take up a critical attitude to them; says the third
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Jussi LassilaJussi Lassila
Putin´s perestroika and our glasnost: Reading perestroika-era tension into the activity of the pro-Putin youth movements
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