Volume 28 October 2011
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
Bob Dylan; The Asia Series
 
Yves Saint Laurent en la fundación Mapfre
 
La XIe Biennale de Lyon
 
Andy Warhol admiration for Brigitte Bardot
 
L’Honni aveuglant de Matta en Thyssen- Bornemisza
 
MOMA presents Willem de Kooning
 
Ciencias Naturales de Juan Gatti en La Fresh
 
Black & White Roy Lichtenstein at Albertina Museum
 
Jaume Plensa at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
 
石川直樹「8848」
 
Daphne Guinness at Fashion Institute of Technology
 


Books Review
 
  The sense of an Ending
by Julian Barnes
 
Sanguines
de Philippe Meyer
 


More Review
 
  White Material
by Claire Denis
 
  360
by Fernando Meirelles
 
A Separation
by Asghar Farhadi
 
 
Opinion
 
Career Counselor: Bill Gates or Steve Jobs?
 
IE-Brown International Teaching Fellowship for the Humanities
 
APSIA Fair at IE campus


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Arts and Humanities blog
 
International Relations Blog
 
School of Arts and Humanities
 
News at IE University


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