|Statement||edited by Mary N. Harris ; with Anna Agnarsdóttir and Csaba Lévai|
|Series||Thematic work group 6 -- 5|
|LC Classifications||CB203 .G56 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 292 p. :|
|Number of Pages||292|
|LC Control Number||2011437006|
Inventing Exoticism is a very substantial contribution to the study of the cultural history of early modern perceptions of the non-European world, to the history of the book, and to the history of the economics and the sociology of the flow of information. It shows for the first time just how instrumental the concern with the exotic was in the. Global Encounters European Identities / edited by Mary N. Harris with Anna Agnarsdóttir and Csaba Lévai. - Pisa: Plus-Pisa University Press, the European Community cannot be held were the Book of Duarte Barbosa, as it is known in the Anglophone world. Global Entanglements of a Man Who Never Traveled is a mature work by a scholar who has reflected not only on the history of Christianity in China but also on the problem of cultural interactions in the early modern era. Sachsenmaier offers a significant departure from the tradition of Christian studies in China even while dealing with the question of Christianity as a faith. Vol Vol 9, Vol 8, Vol 7, Vol 6, Vol 5, Vol 4, Vol 3,
About CEJISS The Central European Journal of International and Security Studies (CEJISS) was founded by Mitchell Belfer (Editor in Chief), David Erkomaishvili (Deputy Editor in Chief), Nigorakhon Turakhanova (Head of the Academic Centre) and Petr Kucera, in December , as an autonomous wing of the Department of International Relations and European Studies at Metropolitan University . "In a book that will become a classic, Thomas Risse provides a fascinating, comprehensive, and wise analysis of European identity. This book is a model of conceptual clarity, empirical richness, and theoretical acuity that is certain to shape both the field of European studies and debate about the future of Europe."Cited by: All journal articles featured in African Identities vol 17 issue The book proves to be an insightful reading and makes a remarkable contribution to the academic debates on European political identity and European democratic governance., Global and European Law Books Review ProgramFormat: Paperback.
Our Purpose and Vision Global Encounters has two goals: To serve in foreign countries by sharing the Gospel, teaching Biblical truth, demonstrating Christ’s love, and meeting practical needs. We do this by working with and supporting those who have a long-term investment in the country (pastors, missionaries, churches, schools, orphanages, etc.) To disciple young people [ ]. Can European identity survive the global financial crisis? It remains one of Europe’s greatest achievements to have created a Kantian peace where there was once only devastation and war. The attempt to create common political structures rooted in human rights and rule of law remains one of the most inspiring political projects in a global. Bitterli means by cultural encounters the first of these, i.e. short-lived or sporadic contacts between a European and a non-European culture, some of the earliest instances of which were the 15th century Portuguese encounters with West Africans. The first, usually peaceful meeting was of short duration, and it File Size: 90KB. This list represents the starting point for the major field in Global History. Students taking Global as a major field will need to meet with their regional advisor for minor field recommendations (for Latin America, Asia, Africa or Atlantic World). Global History Bibliography. Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Before European Hegemony.