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  1. Dias de Radio: Historia de La Radio Argentina (Spanish Edition) by Carlos Ulanovsky, 1995-11
  2. Barbara Sutton'sBodies in Crisis: Culture, Violence, and Women's Resistance in Neoliberal Argentina [Hardcover](2010) by Barbara Sutton(Author), 2010
  3. The fruit industry of Argentina, (Foreign agriculture report) by Frederick A Motz, 1942
  4. The deciduous fruit industry of Argentina (FAS-M) by Robert S Fitzsimmonds, 1958
  5. Duodecima Reunion del Consejo Interamericano para la Educacion, la Ciencia y la Cultura, del 8 al 15 de junio de 1981, Buenos Aires, Argentina ([OEA documentos officiales]) (Spanish Edition) by Science, and Culture Inter-American Council for Education, 1981
  6. Latin American Architecture: Six Voices (Studies in Architecture and Culture) by Michael L. Tribe, Diana Barco, et all 2000-07-01
  7. The Art of Transition: Latin American Culture and Neoliberal Crisis (Latin America Otherwise) by Francine Masiello, 2001-01-01
  8. Las Trampas Del Poder Punitivo: El Genero Del Derecho Penal (Memoria Argentina) (Spanish Edition) by Haydee Birgin, Eugenio Raul Zaffaroni, 2000-08
  9. Mothers, Lovers, and Others: The Short Stories of Julio Cortazar (Suny Series in Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture) by Cynthia Schmidt-Cruz, 2006-01
  10. Other Worlds: New Argentine Film (New Directions in Latino American Cultures) by Gonzalo Aguilar, 2008-10-15
  11. Passion of the People?: Football in South America (Critical Studies in Latin American and Iberian Culture) by Tony Mason, 1994-05-01
  12. The Invention of the Jewish Gaucho: Villa Clara and the Construction of Argentine Identity (Jewish History, Life, and Culture) by Judith Noemí Freidenberg, 2009-12-07
  13. Passport Argentina: Your Pocket Guide to Argentine Business, Customs & Etiquette (Passport to the World) by Jaime Campos, 1999-09
  14. Historia de los Fanzines de Historieta en Argentina (Spanish Edition) by Roberto Barreiro, 2001-10-01

61. Modern Argentina: Representations, Culture And The State: Conference Course
Spring 2003 Syllabus. History 1744. Modern argentina Representations,culture and the State Conference Course. Ricardo Salvatore
Spring 2003
History 1744
Modern Argentina: Representations, Culture and the State: Conference Course
Ricardo Salvatore
A discussion of crucial cultural processes in the formation of modern Argentina, from c. 1830 to 1983. Key concepts such as civilization, caudillismo, romantic movement, urban modernity, assimilation, etc. are considered, as they were used in the Argentine context.
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62. Modern Argentina: Representations, Culture And The State: Conference Course
Spring 2003. Modern argentina Representations, Cultureand the State Conference Course. Home syllabus.
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Modern Argentina: Representations, Culture and the State: Conference Course
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63. Argentina History And Culture - Quick Details From
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64. Society And Culture
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Category: Regional > South America > Argentina > Society and Culture Argentine Association for Space Technology Provides summary of the space agency's activities with links to more detailed information in Spanish. Category: Regional > South America > Argentina > Society and Culture CBC Venture on the brink An in-depth look at the current economic crisis in Argentina and how it's effecting the people. Category: Regional > South America > Argentina > Society and Culture

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68. Bits Of Culture - Argentina
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69. Sicilian Culture: News: Argentina: Looking Back For A Future
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February 11 2002 - - JOSE LEON SUAREZ, Argentina Half a century ago, the Caronna family bade farewell to Italy. Estela Caronna and her three children packed into a bus in Acerenza, a hillside town in Potenza province, and traveled by boat to a South American country whose very name was to them synonymous with affluence. None of them ever returned. Today, in an Argentina that every day becomes poorer and more violent, Caronna's granddaughter dreams of that village she's never seen. She imagines a country of opportunity on the other side of the Atlantic, a place called Italy. "I need to get a new start on my life," said Analia Caronna, 19. "Far away from here." In Italy, she hopes to find "romantic cities and people" and a "magical" country that offers plenty of jobs. As Argentina's once-bountiful economy crashes around them, an untold number of its people are seeking to flee. Thousands have applied in recent weeks to claim the European citizenship of their parents and grandparents. In Buenos Aires, the capital, long lines form most mornings at the consulates of Italy, Spain, Poland and other countries that, for much of the 20th century, sent hundreds of thousands of citizens to Argentina. Many Argentine Jews, the descendants of European immigrants, are seeking Israeli citizenship under that country's "law of return."

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73. Hoppa - Culture In Argentina
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74. Oberá , Misiones , Argentina : Live The History And Culture Of European Immigra
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travel Argentina ... Oberá , where nature lives with the history and culture of the immigrants. Go to : Argentina for tourists Oberá "the shining one" in the Guaraní language, is situated in the south-central region of the Province of Misiones at only 97 km. from the airport of Posadas (Capital City). It is part of the tourist circuit "Sierras Centrales" (Central Hills) and the Production Circuit which has as its final destination "El Moconá ". The access is through the national routes 12 and 14 and through the provincial route 103, wholly paved. This is the place where nature lives with the history and culture of the immigrants. The tea and "Yerba Mate" plantations are part of the typical landscape which together with the Agrotouristic enterprises offer the visitor to enjoy the calm of the farms . Surrounded by natural beauties and historical spots, Oberá is a paradise in the Sierras Centrales (Central Hills) of Misiones. Few places in the world offer so many alternatives to experiment ecological , as well as cultural adventures at the same time. Very near here the visitor can admire the varied scenes where nature displays musical and Visual shows .Beautiful landscapes, roads of red soil , jungle sites with waterfalls natural balconies and paths, bathing places , giant and millenarian trees, tree-like ferns and nature reserves, are , just a part of an infinite number of paradisiacal corners within this magical world . Here aboriginal communities also share this habitat with their customs and handicrafts ( which also can be bought).

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Argentina is a nation with a rich Spanish heritage, strongly influenced since the 19th century by European, notably Italian, immigration. A lively interest is maintained in the nation's history, particularly as symbolized by the gaucho (cowboy). In the fine arts, the most important model has been France; only in folk art has there been significant influence from Native American cultures. A. Education Primary education is free and compulsory from ages 5 to 14. In 1997, 5.2 million pupils attended primary schools; 2.6 million attended secondary and vocational schools. Argentina's literacy rate of 97 percent is one of the highest in Latin America. Argentina has 25 national universities and many private universities. The principal institution is the University of Buenos Aires (1821). Other major national universities are the Catholic University of Argentina (1958), National Technological University (1959), National University of Córdoba (1613), and other universities located in Bahía Blanca (1956), La Plata (1905), Mendoza (1939), San Miguel de Tucumán (1914), and Rosario (1968).

77. The Culture Of Argentina
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Most of the holidays in Argentina are almost the same as the ones which Western people have, because most Argentineans are Roman Catholics. They have Christmas, Holy Week, Easter and so on. When the Christmas comes, they celebrate it with fireworks, the streets are filled with people singing and dancing. Argentineans do a very special thing on December 30th to celebrate the New Year. It’s not on December 31st because at that time all the offices are closed. On December 30th, office workers throw all their paper products out from the high-rises where they work at. It’s a very special sight in Argentina during the last few days of the year. One of the most important fairs is called the International Book Fair; the 3rd Monday in June is the Flag Day. It attracts more than a million visitors every year.
Argentineans also have their very own holidays. May 1st is the Labor Day, May 25th is the anniversary of the May Revolution, July 9th is the Independence Day, December 31st is the bank holiday, and the 3rd Monday in June is the Flag Day. The Flag Day is to honor the death of Manuel Belgrano who created Argentinean national flag. May 25th is the anniversary of the 1810 revolution. At that time, Argentina was fighting against the Spanish control. They have a festival which is called Carnaval (Carnival). It’s the day before Lent begins, the traditional period of fasting that begins about six weeks before Easter. Each religion has its own way to celebrate it. But most of the people have parade. They also dance and sing and have a good time.

78. IFSA-Butler: Programs - Argentina, Argentine Summer Language And Culture Program
Summer Language and culture Program (SLCP). The SLCP is a sixweek program basedat Universidad de Buenos Aires, the largest of argentina's public universities
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If you're looking for a short-term summer program in one of Latin America's most exciting cities, look no further than the Summer Language and Culture Program (SLCP). The SLCP is a six-week program based at Universidad de Buenos Aires, the largest of Argentina's public universities.
You'll take two or three courses, including a mandatory advanced Spanish language class. You can also take a literature class focusing on contemporary Argentine and Latin American literature and/or an Argentine social history class. All classes are taught in Spanish by faculty from UBA. The courses are especially designed for American students.
IFSA-Butler arranges a host family for your six-week stay. Since most Latin American social life revolves around the extended family, living with a host family is a great way to integrate into Argentine society.
You'll check out cultural sites and activities with IFSA-Butler staff most afternoons. Visit some of the many museums, take a tango lesson, or watch a ballet with your fellow IFSA-Butler students. In addition, IFSA-Butler staff lead two weekend excursions (included in the program fee). In the past, students have traveled to Colonia, Uruguay, the delta El Tigre, and a working ranch.

79. Wired News Argentina Limps To E-Commerce
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