East West North South

East  West  North  South Author Geir Lundestad
ISBN-10 1446242471
Release 2010-02-16
Pages 312
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'...one of the classic overviews of international politics in the post-war era... might be the best overview in print in any language on international politics' - Journal of Peace Research 'There could hardly be a better introduction to the study of international relations than this already widely-used volume by one of the most accomplished historians of the post-war era' - John Lewis Gaddis Now in its sixth edition, Geir Lundestad's popular and long-established introduction to the history and major developments of International Relations since 1945 has been fully revised and updated to cover all important events and key literature up to 2009. This new edition includes a brand new chapter dedicated to issues between major powers and local conflicts post-2001, a thoroughly updated assessment of the spread of nuclear weapons, and extensive new coverage of economic relations with particular reference to the changing role of Asia. North, South, East, West remains essential reading for all students of international relations, world politics and international history.



East West Mimesis

East West Mimesis Author Kader Konuk
ISBN-10 0804775753
Release 2010-09-21
Pages 320
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East West Mimesis follows the plight of German-Jewish humanists who escaped Nazi persecution by seeking exile in a Muslim-dominated society. Kader Konuk asks why philologists like Erich Auerbach found humanism at home in Istanbul at the very moment it was banished from Europe. She challenges the notion of exile as synonymous with intellectual isolation and shows the reciprocal effects of German émigrés on Turkey's humanist reform movement. By making literary critical concepts productive for our understanding of Turkish cultural history, the book provides a new approach to the study of East-West relations. Central to the book is Erich Auerbach's Mimesis: The Representation of Reality in Western Literature, written in Istanbul after he fled Germany in 1936. Konuk draws on some of Auerbach's key concepts—figura as a way of conceptualizing history and mimesis as a means of representing reality—to show how Istanbul shaped Mimesis and to understand Turkey's humanist reform movement as a type of cultural mimesis.



East West

East  West Author Salman Rushdie
ISBN-10 9780804152334
Release 2014-01-08
Pages 224
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From the Booker Prize-winning author of The Satanic Verses comes nine stories that reveal the oceanic distances and the unexpected intimacies between East and West. Daring, extravagant, comical and humane, this book renews Rushdie's stature as a storyteller who can enthrall and instruct us with the same sentence.



Purbo paschim

Purbo paschim Author Sunil Gangopadhyaya
ISBN-10 8126010029
Release 2000-01-01
Pages 1112
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It Is A Bengali Novel Set Against The Backdrop Of The Biggest Exodus In Human HistoryýThe 1947 Partition Of India. This Novel Is A Record Of Tumultuous Times In East Pakistan As Well As In Indian Bengal. But Their Problems Were Vastly Different. The Story, Revolving Around Two College Friends, Both Bengali Though One Hindu And Other Muslim Soon Takes Into Its Expanding Orbit Other Characters, Families, Issues. The Two Friends Drift Apart, Separated By The Political Division, Then Each Is Caught Up In His Own Problem.



Text and Trauma

Text and Trauma Author Ian Richard Netton
ISBN-10 9780700703258
Release 1996
Pages 162
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An essay in literary criticism with a difference, addressing the nature of blasphemy and using selected novels by Salman Rushdie, Najib Mahfuz and Nikos Kazantzakis as case studies.



East West Montage

East West Montage Author Sheng-mei Ma
ISBN-10 9780824831813
Release 2007
Pages 302
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Approximately twelve hours' difference lies between New York and Beijing. The West and the East are, literally, night and day apart. Yet East-West Montage crosscuts the two in the manner of adjacent filmic shots to accentuate their montage-like complementarity. It examines the intersection between East and West--the Asian diaspora (or more specifically Asian bodies in diaspora) and the cultural expressions by and about people of Asian descent on both sides of the Pacific. Following the introduction "Establishing Shots," the book is divided into seven intercuts, which in turn subdivide into dialectically paired chapters' focusing on specific body parts or attributes. The range of material examined is broad and rich: the iconography of the opium den in film noir, the writings of Asian American novelists, the swordplay and kung fu film, Japanese anime, the "Korean Wave" (including soap operas like Winter Sonata and the cult thriller Oldboy), Rogers and Hammerstein's Orientalist musicals, the comic Blackhawk, the superstar status of the Dalai Lama, and the demise of Hmong refugees and Chinese retirees in the U.S. Highly original and immensely readable, East-West Montage will appeal to many working in a range of disciplines, including Asian studies, Asian American studies, cultural studies, ethnic studies, film studies, popular culture, and literary criticism.



East West Dialogue in Knowledge and Higher Education

East West Dialogue in Knowledge and Higher Education Author Ruth Hayhoe
ISBN-10 1563248336
Release 1996
Pages 316
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This work is a dialogue on alternative approaches to knowledge and higher education characteristic of the Western University. Western scholars approach these issues from the viewpoint of the challenges facing the university and Eastern contributors explore parallel issues in their societies.



East West

East West Author
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105007022671
Release 1981-01
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East West has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from East West also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full East West book for free.



Atomic Weapons and East West Relations

Atomic Weapons and East West Relations Author Cambridge University Press
ISBN-10 9780521042680
Release 2003-03
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Atomic Weapons and East West Relations has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Atomic Weapons and East West Relations also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Atomic Weapons and East West Relations book for free.



Small Firms and Entrepreneurship

Small Firms and Entrepreneurship Author Zoltan J. Acs
ISBN-10 0521431158
Release 1993-03-11
Pages 240
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This book analyses the relative importance of small firms in industrial economies. It brings together a series of studies spanning a spectrum of selected countries in developed Western nations and Eastern Europe to identify the exact role of small firms and how this role has evolved. A striking result which emerges is that a distinct and consistent shift away from large firms and towards small enterprises has occurred within the manufacturing sector of all Western countries, while the role of small firms in Eastern European nations has been remarkably restricted, and, indeed, all these countries have experienced a shift away from small firms. It is clear from this analysis that a major challenge for political and economic reform in Central and Eastern Europe is to create the strong entrepreneurial sector which exists in the West.



MindScience

MindScience Author Dalai Lama XIV Bstan-ʼdzin-rgya-mtsho
ISBN-10 9780861710669
Release 1991
Pages 137
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MindScience documents a seminal moment in the historic dialogue between modern science and Buddhism. The Harvard Mind Science Symposium, hosted by the university's Mind/Body Medical Institute, was groundbreaking, bringing together prominent authorities in the fields of psychiatry, psychology, neuroscience, and education with Buddhism's most noted representative, the Dalai Lama. Participants included several well-known authors—Daniel Goleman (Emotional Intelligence), Herbert Benson (The Relaxation Response), and writer and research psychologist Howard Gardner among them—as well as esteemed faculty from Harvard Medical School and elsewhere. Together, they sparked a new generation's interest in the workings of perception, cognition, and the mind/body connection.



East West Migration

East West Migration Author Richard Layard
ISBN-10 0262121689
Release 1992
Pages 94
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Don Juan East West

Don Juan East West Author Takayuki Yokota-Murakami
ISBN-10 0791436667
Release 1998-07-10
Pages 226
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An essential guide for those who seek to reconsider the theoretical problems of (trans-civilizational) comparative literature, those who are interested in the literary and cultural history of modern East Asian countries, and those with a general interest in issues of sexuality.



European Integration and Disintegration

European Integration and Disintegration Author Robert Bideleux
ISBN-10 0415137403
Release 1996
Pages 298
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Europe has changed radically since 1989 and continues to change at great speed. This book deals with the principle problems and challenges confronting Europe in the aftermath of the Cold War and the collapse of European communism. Whilst endeavouring to strike a balance between East, West, North and South, the volume is more concerned with the changing political, economic and cultural morphology of Europe, and of the relations within it, than with the formal institutional arrangements of the European Community and its successor, the European Union. There are already numerous books on the institutional development of the EU, but relatively few with a wider compass and institutional interpretations of European integration. The book shows that the study of European integration should be taken in the round, avoiding a narrow and self-centered concern with the development of the 'lesser Europe' of the EU. It demonstrates that integration should be seen as neither an inexorable predetermined process, nor as an automatic consequence of high levels of economic interdependence, but rather as something that proceeds in fits and starts and sometimes suffers reverses.



The East West Dichotomy

The East West Dichotomy Author Thorsten Pattberg
ISBN-10 9780984209101
Release 2009
Pages 276
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This book is about the conceptual constrast between Eastern societies and Western societies.



Literature Religion and East West Comparison

Literature  Religion  and East West Comparison Author Anthony C. Yu
ISBN-10 0874138698
Release 2005
Pages 295
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This book pays critical homage to the eminent comparatist of Chinese and Western literature and religion, Anthony C. Yu of The University of Chicago. Broadly comparative, cross-cultural, and interdisciplinary in scope, the volume consists of an introductory essay on Yu's scholarly career, and thirteen additional essays on topics such as literary texts and traditions of varying provenance and periods, ranging from ancient Greece, medieval Europe, and nineteenth- and twentieth-century England and America, to China from the classical to modern periods. The disciplines and areas of research that the essays draw into constructive engagement with one another include comparative literature, religion and literature, history of religions, (or comparative religion), religion and social thought, and the study of myth. Eric Ziolkowski is Professor and Head of the Department of Religious Studies at Lafayette College.



Arab Representations of the Occident

Arab Representations of the Occident Author Rasheed El-Enany
ISBN-10 9781134320998
Release 2006-04-18
Pages 10
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This is one of the first books in English to explore Arab responses to Western culture and values in modern Arab literature. Through in-depth research El-Enany examines the attitudes as expressed mainly through works of fiction written by Arab authors during the twentieth, and, to a lesser extent, nineteenth century. It constitutes an original addition to the age-old East-West debate, and is particularly relevant to the current discussion on Islam and the West. Alongside raising highly topical questions about stereotypical ideas concerning Arabs and Muslims in general, the book explores representations of the West by the foremost Arab intellectuals over a two-century period, up to the present day, and will appeal to those with an interest in Islam, the Middle East, nationalism and the so-called ‘Clash of Civilizations’.