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  • Scaglioni, Marta (2021)
    This report is the final output of the research carried out in the frame of the project The Aging African Diaspora: Perspectives from Lombardia (TAAD, funded by Fondazione Cariplo): fieldwork spanned between February 2019 ...
  • Michel Denis, Michel Lagrée, Jean-Yves Veillard (dir.) (1995)
    Le centenaire du début de l'affaire Dreyfus invite à revenir sur l'alchimie complexe qui conduisit d'une confidentielle affaire d'espionnage à un grand débat public, crise emblématique et paradigme du passage à l'État de ...
  • Melrose, Sherri; Park, Caroline; Perry, Beth (2021-08-30)
  • Farrelly, Trisia; Taffel, Sy; Shaw, Ian (2021-07-08)
    There is virtually nowhere on Earth today that remains untouched by plastic and ecosystems are evolving to adapt to this new context. While plastics have revolutionized our modern world, new and often unforeseen effects ...
  • Carleton, Sean; McCoy, Ted; Smith, Julia (2021-05-31)
    The work of Bryan D. Palmer, one of North America’s leading historians, has influenced the fields of labour history, social history, discourse analysis, communist history, and Canadian history, as well as the theoretical ...
  • Alatlı, Alev (2010-10)
    From the first quarter of the 18th century until the start of the 19th century, when the Ottoman Empire was passing through a period of regression, European civilization entered a deep and complex crisis.
  • (2010)
    The defeats and losses of lands since the last quarter of the 16th century prompted intellectuals in Muslim countries, particularly the Ottoman Empire, to look for ways of overcoming their weakness against the West. The ...
  • (2010)
    The 16th century Ottoman intellectuals were unaware of the radical rise of various scientists, including Copernicus, Bruno, Galileo, and Brahe, who upset the Western view of the world and the universe, and who paved the ...
  • (2014)
    The selection of Texts Guiding Us defines the term “We”, formed under the roof of Islam through the selections from texts written in various languages, including Turkish, Arabic and Persian, by Muslim or minority groups ...
  • Alatlı, Alev (2014-09)
    Texts Guiding Us, the second largest project of the Cappadocia Vocational School of Higher Education after Texts Directing the West, has been compiled Alev Alatlı, the founder of our University, and traces the development ...
  • Ulusoy, Can (2021-02)
    This work, discussing the relationship between the city and the intellectual in the countryside through the example of Bursa, from a time section, is a source that can be considered as a reference book for researchers who ...
  • Güray, Semih (2021-01)
    What’s happening with airplanes? What’s going on in the air? These questions always occupy our minds, and we always wonder about their answers. In this book, you will find answers to your questions about the aviation ...
  • Oğuz Özdem (2021-03)
    Yearbooks are the books that play an important role in increasing the social and cultural level of the Greek community in the provinces of the Ottoman society and are published annually. Its content usually includes social ...
  • Paşa, Münif; Doğan, Gökhan (2021-01)
    The Science of Wealth was written by Münif Pasha, who features large in our history of science and philosophy. The work was used as a textbook by the Ottoman Law School, and took its place among the texts that carried ...
  • (2021-02)
    Research suggests that the tourism industry, known to affect over sixty sectors, is a major source of income in our country, as in many other countries. Its contribution to close the deficit in the balance of payments and ...
  • Hauser-Schäublin, Brigitta (1997-07)
    The book provides a vivid introduction to a world of gods and ancestors, their histories and deeds, anchored in the temples built by the inhabitants of a village which is situated on the outskirts of a large tourist centre ...
  • Maget Dominicé, Antoinette; Stein, Claudius; Wolf, Niklas (2021-08-19)
    How can public and university collections be preserved and exhibited in the future? Currently, the presentation of such collections is often determined by changes in the institutions. The history of disciplines and ...
  • Carroll, William K. (2021-04-23)
    Rapidly rising carbon emissions from the intense development of Western Canada’s fossil fuels continue to aggravate the global climate emergency and destabilize democratic structures. The urgency of the situation demands ...
  • Melnyk, George; Parker, Christina (2021-02-19)
    Millions of people are displaced each year by war, persecution, and famine and the global refugee population continues to grow. Canada has often been regarded as a benevolent country, welcoming refugees from around the ...

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