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Links 1 through 10 of 1594 Dennis Hidalgo's Bookmarks

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A book written with tremendous moral passion about a monstrous episode in human history. The Right Reverend Bishop Richard Holloway, Chairperson for the pan-Commonwealth judging panel, author and former Bishop of Edinburgh. A monumental work, epic in scope and design, and clearly the result of extensive research, which has been skilfully woven into an enchanting narrative. This panoramic story, with its vividly realised characters and heroic action, restores the ancient link between history and literature.

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Early maps are complex and richly textured documents that constitute a crucial element of our modern cultural heritage. We can use them to trace humanity’s spatial histories, from engagements with nature to modern globalization. By studying their production, we can comprehend how art, technology, faith, and science intertwine in the human experience. By exploring how they have variously been used, we can develop a social history of culture. The study of maps thus encompasses and integrates the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. Their study offers such compelling insights that anyone can enjoy and learn from them. Mission Statement As an integral part of a comprehensive metropolitan university within the University of Maine System, the Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education [OML] is committed to preserving the cartographic heritage of the state, region, and nation for future generations, and to making that heritage accessible to the University, t

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Hosted by The University of Sheffield’s History Department, NIMS aims to bring together academics from across the disciplines with a shared interest in the indigenous cultures of Mexico. We hope to facilitate interdisciplinary research and promote a respect and appreciate of these cultures, both ancient and modern. The Network for Indigenous Mexican Studies (NIMS) was established to promote academic research into the indigenous cultures of Mexico. Prior to the Spanish invasion of 1519, the region which we now call Mexico had sustained a lengthy and diverse indigenous culture, from the earliest farming cultures, through the great Olmec civilization (c.1400-400 BC), to the great Aztec (or, more accurately, Mexica) metropolis of Tenochtitlan, built on the site of what is now Mexico City. Today, almost sixty distinct indigenous societies survive within Mexico, making up almost 10% of the Mexican population. Indigenous peoples, mostly from the well-known Zapotec and Mixtec groups.

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Radical Scholar, Inc. is a Non-Profit educational corporation with 501(c)(3) operational status in the United States. Although situated within the U.S., our focus is global. The goal of this site and the organization as a whole is to foster dialogue between various thought communities around the world in an effort to build consensus as we prepare for the future of humanity. This will be accomplished by providing interviews and profiles with and of well-known and lesser-known thinkers and visionaries, both past and present, who, like us, seek and sought to research and answer fundamental questions about the world in which we live. To that end, know that we at Radical Scholar seek to provide you, our visitors and readers, with a unique experience; one that will introduce you to people you know well and others you will meet for the first time, all of whom have as their fervent desire to provide a better world for all.

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