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  1. JAPAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by THEODORE C. BESTOR, 2001
  2. ECUADOR: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by NORMAN E., JR. WHITTEN, DOROTHEA SCOTT WHITTEN, et all 2001
  3. DENMARK: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by ERLING HØG, HELLE JOHANNESSEN, 2001
  4. SIERRA LEONE: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by M. DOUGLAS HENRY, 2001
  5. TAIWAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by IAN SKOGGARD, 2001
  6. EGYPT: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by NICHOLAS S. HOPKINS, REEM SAAD, 2001
  7. INDONESIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by CLARK E. CUNNINGHAM, 2001
  8. Woodward's Country Homes (Library of Victorian culture) by George E Woodward, 1977
  9. TURKEY: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by PAUL J. MAGNARELLA, 2001
  10. CROATIA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by MARY KATHERINE GILLILAND, 2001
  11. KAZAKHSTAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by ERIC M. JOHNSON, 2001
  12. LIBYA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by WILLIAM G. DALTON, 2001
  13. CANADA: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by DOUGLASS DROZDOW-ST.CHRISTIAN, 2001
  14. TÜRKMENISTAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by VICTORIA CLEMENT, 2001

21. TeachersFirst World Cultures Lessons
Grades 1012 - Here's a humanities lesson on Greek architecture which asks web site,which includes lessons on a number of Asian countries and cultures.
window.document.form1.pagename.value = window.document.location; World Cultures/Geography Lessons General Sites Africa Ancient History Asia ... The Mid-East General Sites Cultural Unity Through Folk tales by Stella Samuel, Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute - Reading/ English and Social Studies: Grades 7-12 - Study folk tales to discover the diversity and the essential unity of cultures. Geography Jump-Site Grade level: K-12 Geography/Economics Web Site For K-12 Teachers Grade level: K-12 Map Adventures Grades K-3 - This 7-lesson unit introduces primary students to basic map skills using a combination of stories and colorful illustrations. Teachers can print each of the unit's elements for distribution and use by their students using PDF files. These lessons provide all the necessary elements, leaving the precise lesson structure up to the teacher. Well worth a look. Primary Geography Lessons Grades K-3 - This collection of short lessons is from a British source. It offers simple lesson ideas and a presentation format that can easily be printed out for reference or classroom use. Good resource for situations where planning time is short. Rice: The Global Crop Geography/Economics: Grades 6-12 This mini-unit on rice as a basic food source gives students a concrete sense of basic economic terms and understanding of the relationships between land and civilization. From the Ask Asia lesson series.

22. GTZ - Berlin Office - News
Translate this page world of children and young people from other countries and cultures Poetry can contributeto dialogue among different cultures and to New architecture guide.
Partner for the Future. Worldwide. Home News About us Events Contact us How to get here ... GTZ Home
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Without education, there can be no development. This is true of both industrialised and developing countries – which is why education is one of the key areas of German development policy. Partner countries have great confidence in our know-how, convinced that the nation’s education system is one of the factors responsible for Germany’s international standing. However, the results of the PISA Study have cast doubt on this. ...go on top
your photos will open my eyes"
"Imagine" is an international youth photography project: Young people explore their world with the help of a camera and get to know the world of children and young people from other countries and cultures through their photographs. Photography knows no language barriers and is an excellent way to widen horizons. "Imagine" aims to awaken the curiosity of children and young people, encouraging them to enter into an intercultural dialogue.

23. Kaleidoscope - A Celebration Of Many Cultures!
is a celebration of many cultures featuring more multicultural dance, music, food,architecture, art, crafts and hands-on activities from countries around the
Entertainment Photo Gallery Sponsors Community Events NEWS: Kaleidoscope 2003 Award Winners (click here)
Sunday, February 2, 2003
11 am to 6 pm
Downtown West Palm Beach at the foot of Clematis Street in Centennial Square and the East Library Grounds.
Produced by:
The City of West Palm Beach in partnership with and School District of Palm Beach County and the Milagro Center Contact Information:
City of WPB, Office of the Mayor
Mary Pinak, Community Events Manager
ph: 561.659.8007 fax: 561.653.2620
e: HIGHLIGHTS Villages from Around the World.
Visit more than a dozen life-sized cultural villages and discover the art, architecture, music, dance, traditional dress and food of countries near and far. Representatives from local cultural organizations team with local students from Palm Beach County public schools to present each unique village. BORN TO PLAY IN THE USA : Celebrate the U.S.A. and enjoy professional storytellers, international arts, hands-on crafts, and traditional games from around the world. Story weavers from around the world will capture the imagination of children and adults alike on The Palm Beach Post Storytelling Stage. TASTE OF THE NATIONS INTERNATIONAL BAZAAR : Shop for authentic crafts and gifts from around the world.

24. 6000 Years Of Grandeur
of history and representing numerous countries and cultures of the year for many Asiancultures and an The New Asian Art Museum architecture and Masterpieces
Home About Us Calendar Exhibitions ... Roots Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco The Asian Art Museum and Chinese Culture Center Co-Present Free Lecture Series 6,000 Years of Grandeur: Exploring the Asian Art Museum’s Collection Six-part Fall Lecture Series at San Francisco’s Chinese Culture Center
Selected Saturdays, 10:30 AM, September 2002 - January 2003 Free Admission About the Asian Art Museum
About the New Asian Opening January 23, 2003 Saturday, September 21, 10:30-11:30 am The New Asian Art Museum: Architecture and Masterpieces (Michele Monson)
Take a virtual tour through the dramatic interior of the new Asian Art Museum. Glimpse some of the treasures that will be housed in this stunning new setting, a transformation of the former main San Francisco library building done under the direction of renowned architect Gae Aulenti. Saturday, October 5, 10:30-11:30 am

25. Training - EDI Architecture
of people from around the world representing many different countries and cultures. Thissite is published and Copyright © 2003 EDI architecture, Inc.
Training and Festivities Training : Throughout the year, EDI holds various in-house training programs. Topics have included Client Service, Risk Management, Professional Liability, Project Management, Software Skills Updates (AutoCAD, Outlook, etc.), Project Design Reviews and Learning Sessions, IDP training and licensing reviews, Vendor Presentations, and other topics that improve employee professional skills and/or provide CEU credits. Individual team members are encouraged to champion a topic of interest and prepare or arrange for a professional presentation to the EDI team.
Employee Events: Although we work hard, our diverse team of professionals has a passion for life. The EDI team is comprised of people from around the world representing many different countries and cultures. Throughout the year, we get together for many events which are open to all employees and their families. Past events have included holiday and seasonal parties or barbeques, a baseball night out, participation in the AIA Sand Castle Competition, ice cream socials, birthday dessert breaks, licensing and promotion celebrations, international potluck luncheons, construction and finished project site visits, charity drives, and many others. Lunch Seminars Baseball Nite Out (More) Send comments and inquiries to

26. Countries & Cultures: Multicultural Art Links
How to make a Toran (Festive Wall Hanging) How to draw a Sri Chakra Festivals ContemporaryFolk Art and Artists Islamic Art and architecture Mosques, Minaretes
General Wander Woman Adventure Journal: visit native artists in many parts of the globe
India How to make a Toran (Festive Wall Hanging)
How to draw a Sri Chakra


Contemporary Folk Art and Artists
Islamic Art and Architecture Mosques, Minaretes, and Mamluk art
The Cultural Academy of Islam
Indonesia Balinese shadow puppets
Hinduism in Indonesia

Geography, Culture and History of Bali

Fast Facts about Bali
Contemporary Folk Art and Artists
Southeast Asia Siam Arts: commercial site, but good pictures and ideas
Thailand: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists
Mexico: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Central America: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists ... Mayan Art South America Venezuela: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Andes: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Brazil: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Africa West Africa: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Zimbabwe: Contemporary Folk Art and Artists Ancient Africa - art lessons Russia Russian Art and Artists Christian Art Passion Paintings Liturgical Art Symbolism Glossary of Symbolism in Art Return to the Links page

27. Art/Architecture/Film
this comprehensive guide, you will learn about architecture from the galleries, andtemporary exhibitions of art from countries and cultures throughout the
Internet Links
Your source for information!
Check out the Moeller Art/Photo Department Web Site for some great Art and photography web sites. Links include: Museum links college links for artists art links artists links , and photo links
Architecture Architecture Through the Ages This web page discusses the many types of architecture and the many ways they have shaped our lives. In this comprehensive guide, you will learn about architecture from the great Maya to the building of cathedrals.
The Arts The Art section has detailed links on the Visual Arts, Drama, Literature and Music. Dia Links Dia Center for the Arts is a multi-disciplinary contemporary arts organization based in New York City. The name Dia, taken from the Greek word meaning "through," was chosen to suggest our role as the conduit or means for realizing extraordinary projects. National Gallery of Art The National Gallery of Art and its collections belong to the people of the United States of America. European and American paintings, sculpture, decorative arts, and selected works on paper are displayed in the permanent collection galleries, and temporary exhibitions of art from countries and cultures throughout the world are presented on a regular basis. The World of Escher - Artwork Gallery, Secure Shopping, Tesselations Contests

28. Scott Demel - Architecture Design Photography - Poland Presentation In New York
this evening. What is happening this evening is not a new idea. Wewant to maintain contact between our countries and cultures.
Historic Preservation in Poland Today On March 9, 1998, over 100 preservationists from Poland and the New York gathered as guests of the Polish National Tourist Office at the Polish General Consulate Building in New York City. Presentations were made and a discussion was held to familiarize the audience with recent projects and issues in Polish preservation. Presentations were made by James Van Westering, Witold Karwowski, Marek Baranski and myself. Following are the notes for the presentation I made that evening: (Presentation to follow Mr. Karwoski's and Mr. Baranski's introduction and background on working in Poland.) Mr Karwowski has pointed out some of the sites our APT delegation visited on our journey through Poland last December. I'd like to take just few minutes to illustrate a few of those locations and point out some of the items myself and other members of the delegation found quite interesting and noteworthy. In many cases, the issues encountered are similar to our own in the United States. As mentioned, the city Szczecin and the Antikon'97 restoration trade show was the focus of our trip. The city served as a home base for us providing the opportunity see other projects and buildings in the Pomeranian area in addition to our participation with Anikon.

29. ClayGate 720 : Architecture
Universal Design. 720.9. architecture History. 720.9, architecture countries cultures architecture Index. 720.9, About
720 - Architecture DDC Alpine architecture


Architecture by climate
... 700s Index : The Arts
The Dewey Decimal Classification is © 1996-2000 OCLC Online Computer Library Center, Incorporated . Used with Permission.
Architecture : Architecture ADAM Browse Tree : Architecture Aecportico : Architecture Argus Clearinghouse : Architecture ... : Architecture - Handicap Access and Universal Design Architecture History : Architecture - Historic Periods - Architecture Index Lycos Directory : Architectural History WWW Virtual Library : Architecture - History Yahoo! : Architecture - History ... Twentieth Century Architecture, Melbourne, Australia (Monash University) Feedback Form: Please fill out the form below to assist in the maintenance and accuracy of the links on this web page. Your feedback is always appreciated...
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30. M - Architecture
Translate this page THE WORLD AND MORE Pays et Gens - countries and People Espace - Space cultures- cultures Enseignement - Teaching architecture - architecture. .
M - Architecture
22, rue d'Hardeville 60240 - ~~~~ ville ( France ) Tel : Fax : Webmaster
Le lien entre les êtres humains dans le Monde
The link between people in the World
Chapitre principal en cours - Main chapter in progress
Administration Fr ADH
Administration Gb ADH Agir positivement - Acting positively Le Monde du Handicap - The World of Disability ... Le Monde Juridique - The Juridical World LE MONDE ET PLUS ... - THE WORLD AND MORE ...
Pays et Gens - Countries and People
Espace - Space Cultures - Cultures Enseignement - Teaching ... Architecture - Architecture
Le Monde et plus ...
Architectures du Monde
The World and more ...
Architectures in the World
Ce chapitre vous donne des informations et des adresses les Architectures dans le Monde Dans un premier temps les adresses indiquées sont succinctes, nous leur adjoindrons des descriptifs ultérieurement.
Sommaire du présent chapitre
Généralités Afrique Amériques Asie ... Europe Ce chapitre vous donne des informations et des adresses les Architectures dans le Monde Dans un premier temps les adresses indiquées sont succinctes, nous leur adjoindrons des descriptifs ultérieurement.

31. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Design Research
of Art and Design Subjects architecture links, art Image collection depicting Celticart and cultures from several European countries, together with
BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
Design research
A-Z Index Titles Descriptions
  • ADAM: Art, Design, Architecture and Media
  • Celtic Art and Cultures
  • Design Journals
  • San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum ...
  • UIAH Art Navigator Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments:
    ADAM: Art, Design, Architecture and Media
    Information gateway to quality assured Internet resources for the general areas of art, design, architecture, and media.
    Author: Surrey Institute of Art and Design
    Subjects: architecture links, art links, design education, design research, media studies
    Location: uk
    Last checked:
    Celtic Art and Cultures
    Image collection depicting Celtic art and cultures from several European countries, together with maps, timelines, a glossary, and quizzes. Topics include Hallstatt Elite Burials, Celtic High Crosses, and Irish Monasteries.
    Author: University of North Carolina
    Subjects: celtic archaeology, design research, irish history, religious art, scottish history
    image collection, articles
  • 32. BUBL LINK / 5:15 Internet Resources: Sculpture
    Author Hartill Art Associates Subjects architecture links, art links and selectedtemporary exhibitions of art from countries and cultures throughout the
    BUBL LINK / 5:15 Catalogue of Internet Resources Home Search Subject Menus A-Z ... About
    A-Z Index Titles Descriptions
  • HELIX: Higher Education Library Image eXchange
  • VADS: Visual Arts Data Service
  • Acropolis Museum
  • Art in Context ...
  • Victoria and Albert Museum Page last updated: 17 March 2003 Comments:
    HELIX: Higher Education Library Image eXchange
    A collection of over 52,000 images which are free for educational use by the UK higher education community. The collection comprises images of textiles, paintings, ceramics, metalwork, Chinese and Japanese art, Indian art, furniture, glass, photography, sculpture, costume, theatre and manuscripts, Picture Post magazine images (covering social history in Britain from 1938 to 1957), six areas of British history (the Irish troubles, history of sport, women's history, development of the mass media, UK politicians and Labour history), with editorial input from academics, journalists and archivists, and images from the James Valentine collection (a postcard archive of photography over the past 100 years), plus items from the George Cowie and Robert Adam photographic collections.
    Author: De Montfort University
    Subjects: british history from 1800, computer graphics - collections, ethnic art, media studies, northern ireland, photographs, political history, pottery, sculpture, textiles
  • 33. EyeArchitect - An Information Architecture Company Specialized In Developing Inn
    new countries and cultures. EyeArchitect was responsible for restructuring theclient's site into an innovative and comprehensive architecture, defining the
    Our Clients Clients By Sector
    Edward Tufte - Graphics Press
    September 2000 - present

    (navigational architecture, interface design, production, technical project management)
    EyeArchitect was hired by Edward Tufte to create a Web site that will display and sell his books, posters, fine art, sculpture, and enable people to sign up for his one-day courses online. Edward Tufte wrote, designed, and self-published seven books on information design, which have received more than 40 awards for content and design. He is a Professor Emeritus at Yale University, where he taught courses in statistical evidence, information design and interface design. Clio Society - Northwestern University
    November 2002 - present

    (navigational architecture, interface design, production)
    The Clio Society, a student run organization at Northwestern University, wanted a Web site to announce upcoming events, society activities, society background and history. The target audience is primarily other students at Northwestern University. They wanted a simple, easy to navigate and elegant site that can scale over time to reflect the growth and activities of the society. CLF Ventures
    December 2001 - present (navigational architecture, interface design, production)

    34. Reference Books Bulletin: Review
    arts, and nonWestern and traditional cultures. of ancient and modern civilizations,countries, regions, and into sections on architecture, sculpture, painting
    How to subscribe to Booklist Magazine The Dictionary of Art. 34v. Ed. by Jane Shoaf Turner. Grove's Dictionaries, 1996. bibliog. index. $8,800 (1-884446-00-0). DDC: 709. Grove's Dictionary of Art has been preceded by more anticipation and described with more superlatives than any previous art publishing venture. In the works since 1982, the set consists of 41,000 signed articles contributed by 6,700 scholars from 120 countries, including all former Soviet republics. It includes more biographies (20,800) than any other English-language art publication, and its 15,000 illustrations are the "largest collection of images ever published in a single work." The dictionary is intended to provide comprehensive coverage of the visual arts of every culture and civilization from prehistory to the present. It is also an interdisciplinary source, examining works of art within the social, cultural, historical, religious, and economic contexts in which they were created. The most recent comparable work, The Encyclopedia of World Art (McGraw-Hill), was published in 1959.

    35. Moorestown Library - Homework Resources
    cultures Central Eurasia Project Focuses on the Individual countries have a resourcepage civilizationincluding geography, architecture, government, writing
    Moorestown Library
    Links to Homework Resources

    Elementary/Junior High

    High School

    Return to Library Home Page

    Elementary/Junior High
    Search Engines for Kids

    General Homework Help

    Geography, Government, and Cultures

    Math and Science
    Search Engines for Kids
    Ask Jeeves for Kids!
    A search engine for kids, designed so you can ask questions in plain English. The Internet Public Library Youth Division A great set of public library resources online, geared to kids. KidsClick! A web search engine for kids, organized by subject. General Homework Help Great collection of science, social studies, and reading resources. FunBrain has about 30 educational games and quizzes for kids in kindergarten through grade 8 . Each one combines educational content with fun-to-play games. The games are divided by subject area: math, grammar, science, spelling, history, and logic. These games are a lot of fun to play. A great collection of educational games and quizzes for preschool to grade 6. Younger kids learn letters, numbers, and basic math skills; there is more challenging educational content for kids in grades 3-6. How Many?

    36. Nextroom.KIOSK.BauArt.04.noseda.engl.noseda8
    of formal elements from the countries of origin The intermingling of two culturesan invention and archetypical elements of Arabian architecture this building
    Noseda: A Farewell to Regionalism...


    Reorienting the understanding of the problem

    Central European countries are suitable countries for immigration
    Agreement between critical supporters

    The Role of Architecture: Segregation-Integration
    A goal of architecture: the formation of identity

    The social dimension of "place"

    A task for architecture: the creation of space for interaction

    Example 1: Housing for Gypsies
    ... Example 4: Housing Project: "Full Stop and Comma"
    The Role of Architecture: Segregation-Integration

    37. CityGuide Sweden
    of Modern Art (Moderna Museet) and the Museum of architecture (Arkitekturmuseet)and have been influenced over the years by other countries and cultures.

    38. Architecture Faculty
    Environmental Design in Developing countries emphasizes an understanding of how 1)that the study of other cultures, socities, and History of architecture, Top.
    Architecture Faculty The real nature of the education offered by any institution resides in the interests and abilities of its faculty. Our faculty is an outstanding group, offering a very wide range of views about architecture and the means for making meaningful environmental change. The educational background of the faculty is exceptionally varied and collectively, they provide opportunities for guidance in many fields and with differing degrees of emphasis. Together we are a lively bunch, interested in differences as well as in commonalities and eager to bring new colleagues and students into this domain of overlapping curiosities. Our faculty, and the courses they teach, fall into one or more of the disciplines below. page links to areas of emphasis:
    architectural design
    building science
    design theories and methods
    design in developing countries ... visual studies Architectural Design Our commitment to excellence in design is strengthened by our recognition that the critical and creative process of design is inseparable from history, social purpose, environmental setting, and building process. Our design program is intended to develop students’ abilities to conceive and accurately describe appropriate built spaces at several scales, to help them to learn the processes that can be used to bring buildings into place, and to provide a basis for understanding the consequences that complexes of buildings and open spaces have for their inhabitants, for society, and for the environment.

    39. Arts
    countries cultures. Drivers Ed. English. Government. History. Languages.Science Math. Local Schools. Art and architecture Dance Music Theatre.
    General Arts Computer Science Drivers Ed ... Theatre Art and Architecture Dance Music Theatre
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    40. The Kluge Chairs - John W. Kluge Center (Library Of Congress)
    countries and cultures of the South, focusing on technology from many of the world'scountries. Library's immense music, film, architecture, literature, multi
    The Library of Congress
    Kluge Center Web Pages All Library of Congress Pages
    The Kluge Chairs
    T he Kluge Chairs are unique in Washington, D.C. Designed for people of great scholarly accomplishment, they are chosen solely for their intellectual and communicative abilities by the Librarian of Congress in consultation with a distinguished Scholars Council. The Kluge Chairs utilize the varied resources of the Library and potentially may speak to a range of concerns within the Congress. T he Kluge Scholars - occupants of the Kluge Chairs - are free to pursue their own research, with access to all the multi-lingual, multi-medial, multi-disciplinary resources of the Library. Appointed for a limited period of time, the only obligations during their residency will be to help craft and participate in some meetings or conversations open to Members of Congress and congressional staff, and to offer at least one public presentation for the broader public policy community in Washington.
    There are five broadly defined Kluge Chairs:
    • American Law and Governance , focusing on domestic matters of and among the three different branches of government, using the world's largest Law Library and the finest collection anywhere of manuscripts on the formation of the American Republic.

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