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In the Unlikeliest of Places

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Annette Libeskind Berkovits was born in Kyrgyzstan and grew up in postwar Poland and the fledgling state of Israel before coming ... Lire la suite
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Annette Libeskind Berkovits was born in Kyrgyzstan and grew up in postwar Poland and the fledgling state of Israel before coming to America at age sixteen. In her three-decade career with the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, she spearheaded the institution's nationwide and worldwide science education programs. Her achievements include the first-ever agreement to bring environmental education to China's schools. The National Science Foundation has recognized her outstanding leadership in the field. Daniel Libeskind is an internationally renowned architect, known for the Jewish Museum in Berlin, the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, and the Dublin Performing Arts Center in Dublin, Ireland. His practice is designing commercial, residential, and cultural buildings around the world. His Master Plan for rebuilding the World Trade Center site in New York City was selected in 2003 and has served as the blueprint for the entire site, including the Freedom Tower, the Memorial, the Museum, and the PATH Terminal.



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With just a box of tapes, Annette Libeskind Berkovits tells more than her father's story: she builds an uncommon family saga and reimagines a turbulent past.

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Titre: In the Unlikeliest of Places
Sous-titre: How Nachman Libeskind Survived the Nazis, Gulags, and Soviet Communism
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Code EAN: 9781771120661
ISBN: 978-1-77112-066-1
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Wilfrid Laurier University Press
Genre: Politique, société et économie
nombre de pages: 296
Poids: 576g
Taille: H162mm x B231mm x T21mm
Année: 2014

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