Volume 26 July 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
Freedom for Frida Kahlo
 
Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty

"El Descendimiento" de Caravaggio
 
Deutsche+: Once upon a time
 
La huella de Courbet
 
Folkestone Triennial 2011
 
XX. Yüzyılın 20 Modern Türk Sanatçısı
 
Signos Salva jes
 
Festival Almagro
 
Åbo Biennalen 2011 - Mönster i sinnet
 
65e édition festival d´avignon


Books Review
 
  The Pale King
by David Foster Wallace
 
The Social Animal
by David Brooks
   
  Adapt: Why Success Always Starts with Failure
by Tim Harford


More Review
 
  Une separation
Par Asghar Farhadi


More Review
 
  San Francisco de Asís
de Olivier Messiaen
 
Ring
by Francesca Zambello
 
Los miserables
por Victor Conde
 
Opinion
 
Los Indignados
Por Rafael Puyol, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Retirarse de Afganistán
Por José Ignacio Torreblanca, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
“Egipto: Las Claves de una revolución inevitable”
Traducido por Haizam Amirah-Fernández, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities


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