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The Refuge and the Fortress

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Informationen zum Autor Jeremy Seabrook has written 40 books on social! economic and environmental issues! most recently! People w... Lire la suite
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Informationen zum Autor Jeremy Seabrook has written 40 books on social! economic and environmental issues! most recently! People without History! India's Muslim Ghettos! Consuming Cultures! Globalization and Local Life! A World Growing Old and Children of other Worlds! a comparison of child labour in early industrial London and contemporary Dhaka. Klappentext The Refuge and the Fortress offers an account of academic refugees in Britain! including those who fled Nazi Germany! and through their testimonies! seeks to understand the qualities they bestowed on their adoptive country. It provides an honest portrayal of the encounters of people from other cultures with the characteristics of the British. Zusammenfassung The Refuge and the Fortress offers an account of academic refugees in Britain! including those who fled Nazi Germany! and through their testimonies! seeks to understand the qualities they bestowed on their adoptive country. It provides an honest portrayal of the encounters of people from other cultures with the characteristics of the British. Inhaltsverzeichnis List of Illustrations Foreword Acknowledgements A Note on the Text 1. Introduction 2. Academic Refugees 3. Then 4. Until 5. Now 6. Conclusion Bibliography

Auteur
Jeremy Seabrook has written 40 books on social, economic and environmental issues, most recently, People without History, India's Muslim Ghettos, Consuming Cultures, Globalization and Local Life, A World Growing Old and Children of other Worlds, a comparison of child labour in early industrial London and contemporary Dhaka.

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The Refuge and the Fortress offers an account of academic refugees in Britain, including those who fled Nazi Germany, and through their testimonies, seeks to understand the qualities they bestowed on their adoptive country. It provides an honest portrayal of the encounters of people from other cultures with the characteristics of the British.



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The Refuge and the Fortress offers an account of academic refugees in Britain, including those who fled Nazi Germany, and through their testimonies, seeks to understand the qualities they bestowed on their adoptive country. It provides an honest portrayal of the encounters of people from other cultures with the characteristics of the British.

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List of Illustrations Foreword Acknowledgements A Note on the Text 1. Introduction 2. Academic Refugees 3. Then 4. Until 5. Now 6. Conclusion Bibliography

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Titre: The Refuge and the Fortress
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Code EAN: 9781137327895
ISBN: 978-1-137-32789-5
Format: Livre Relié
Editeur: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Histoire
nombre de pages: 286
Poids: 598g
Taille: H23mm x B241mm x T164mm
Année: 2013
Auflage: 2. Aufl.