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Warner, Steve: The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 23.04.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Question Bank, Titelzusatz: Student Workbook with 1000 Problems, Autor: Warner, Steve, Verlag: Get 800 LLC, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: STUDY AIDS // SAT // Scholastic Assessment Test // USA, Rubrik: Bildungswesen (Schule // Hochschule), Seiten: 252, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 644 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Warner, S: Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advance...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 08.04.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advanced Guide with 1000 Problems and 48 Lessons, Titelzusatz: Teacher's Edition, Autor: Warner, Steve, Verlag: Get 800 LLC, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: STUDY AIDS // SAT // Scholastic Assessment Test // USA, Rubrik: Bildungswesen (Schule // Hochschule), Seiten: 630, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 1560 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Question Bank
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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Question Bank ab 51.49 € als Taschenbuch: Student Workbook with 1000 Problems. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advanced Guide...
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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advanced Guide with 1000 Problems and 48 Lessons ab 89.49 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advanced Guide...
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The Scholarly Unicorn's SAT Math Advanced Guide with 1000 Problems and 48 Lessons ab 94.99 € als Taschenbuch: Teacher's Edition. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Wirtschaft & Soziales,

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Spirits of the Cold War: Contesting Worldviews ...
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In spring of 1953, newly elected President Eisenhower sat down with his staff to discuss the state of American strategy in the Cold War. America, he insisted, needed a new approach to an urgent situation. From this meeting emerged Eisenhower's teams of "bright young fellows", charged with developing competing policies, each of which would come to shape global politics. In Spirits of the Cold War, Ned O'Gorman argues that the early Cold War was a crucible not only for contesting political strategies, but also for competing conceptions of America and its place in the world. Drawing on extensive archival research and wide reading in intellectual and rhetorical histories, this comprehensive account shows cold warriors debating "worldviews" in addition to more strictly instrumental tactical aims. Spirits of the Cold War is a rigorous scholarly account of the strategic debate of the early Cold War - a cultural diagnostic of American security discourse and an examination of its origins. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Kassis. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/056137/bk_acx0_056137_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Golden Peaches of Samarkand (eBook, ePUB)
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In the seventh century the kingdom of Samarkand sent formal gifts of fancy yellow peaches, large as goose eggs and with a color like gold, to the Chinese court at Ch'ang-an. What kind of fruit these golden peaches really were cannot now be guessed, but they have the glamour of mystery, and they symbolize all the exotic things longed for, and unknown things hoped for, by the people of the T'ang empire.This book examines the exotics imported into China during the T'ang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907), and depicts their influence on Chinese life. Into the land during the three centuries of T'ang came the natives of almost every nation of Asia, all bringing exotic wares either as gifts or as goods to be sold. Ivory, rare woods, drugs, diamonds, magicians, dancing girls-the author covers all classes of unusual imports, their places of origin, their lore, their effect on costume, dwellings, diet, and on painting, sculpture, music, and poetry.This book is not a statistical record of commercial imports and medieval trade, but rather a &quote;humanistic essay, however material its subject matter.&quote;&quote;The most essential thing the reviewer can say about this book is, 'Read it!' It is probably the most informative, most scholarly, and most delightfully written book on China that has appeared in our time. It is a heartening reminder that scholars still have an interest in studying history in terms of people, in examining people's intimate reactions to the little human things that occupied their daily lives.&quote;-Jour. of Asian Studies&quote;A pure delight....Scarcely any aspect of T'ang life is omitted, so that bit by bit Mr. Schafer builds up a reasonably complete picture of an entire civilization. Mr* Schafer writes with urbanity and wit.&quote;-Sat. Rev.&quote;A fascinating survey of T'ang culture as reflected in the use and demand for exotica....Rarely has the reviewer come upon a book so enjoyable and informative*&quote;-Jour. of the American Oriental Society.

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Golden Peaches of Samarkand (eBook, ePUB)
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In the seventh century the kingdom of Samarkand sent formal gifts of fancy yellow peaches, large as goose eggs and with a color like gold, to the Chinese court at Ch'ang-an. What kind of fruit these golden peaches really were cannot now be guessed, but they have the glamour of mystery, and they symbolize all the exotic things longed for, and unknown things hoped for, by the people of the T'ang empire.This book examines the exotics imported into China during the T'ang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907), and depicts their influence on Chinese life. Into the land during the three centuries of T'ang came the natives of almost every nation of Asia, all bringing exotic wares either as gifts or as goods to be sold. Ivory, rare woods, drugs, diamonds, magicians, dancing girls-the author covers all classes of unusual imports, their places of origin, their lore, their effect on costume, dwellings, diet, and on painting, sculpture, music, and poetry.This book is not a statistical record of commercial imports and medieval trade, but rather a &quote;humanistic essay, however material its subject matter.&quote;&quote;The most essential thing the reviewer can say about this book is, 'Read it!' It is probably the most informative, most scholarly, and most delightfully written book on China that has appeared in our time. It is a heartening reminder that scholars still have an interest in studying history in terms of people, in examining people's intimate reactions to the little human things that occupied their daily lives.&quote;-Jour. of Asian Studies&quote;A pure delight....Scarcely any aspect of T'ang life is omitted, so that bit by bit Mr. Schafer builds up a reasonably complete picture of an entire civilization. Mr* Schafer writes with urbanity and wit.&quote;-Sat. Rev.&quote;A fascinating survey of T'ang culture as reflected in the use and demand for exotica....Rarely has the reviewer come upon a book so enjoyable and informative*&quote;-Jour. of the American Oriental Society.

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Outsiders or Equals?
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Shortlisted for the Anne Bloomfield Prize 2010Across the ninety years of its history, the University of New Zealand (1871-1961) appointed four women professors to the academic staff. From the outset, while the 'woman professor' was an insider to the Academy based on her qualifications and professional credentials, on the basis of her gender she was a relative outsider to this deeply patriarchal institution. Accordingly, academic women, and in particular this first generation of women professors, were officially invisible both to their (male) colleagues and to the institution. This is not to suggest that the presence of a 'woman professor' was unproblematic or that she sat easily on the margins of men's scholarly worlds. This book traces the personal and professional histories of each woman professor and examines their contribution to the expansion of higher education for women. On the basis of extensive archival research in New Zealand, England and the United States, the author uses Bourdieu's notions of 'habitus', 'field' and 'capital' to analyse this intellectual community of women and the professionalisation of academic work. The book rehabilitates the 'woman professor' from the margins of historical scholarship and offers an insight into a forgotten aspect of the history of women's higher education: the history of women and the professoriate.

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