Volume 34 April 2012
Sapiens review - Liberal Arts E-Newsletter
 
Cultural Agenda
 
University World News on IE´s Junior Advisory Board 2012: Teenagers from 11 countries advised on the future of higher education
 
IE hosted the conference "The Thyssen Bornemisza's collection"
 
Diego Hidalgo, Founder and president of Fride, at IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Death becomes him: Damien Hirst in Tate Modern
 
La Sainte Anne, l'ultime chef-d'œuvre de Léonard de Vinci
 
«Recorridos por ARCO. 25 años de fotografía en España» viaja a Pekín
 
Film review: Monsieur Lazhar by Philippe Falardeau
 
Del Greco a Goya: obras maestras del Museo del Prado en Puerto Rico
 
Tamara Rojo to lead English National Ballet
 
Meisterwerke von Gustav Klimt im oberen belevedere
 
تخریب آثار تاریخی در ایران ادامه دارد
 
John Chamberlain: Choices in Guggenheim New York
 
Piano review: Yuja Wang
 
The rise of the Gulf art scene
 
Sound tracks of The London Olympics


Books Review
 
  Suddenly, a Knock on the Door
by Etgar Keret
 
  The Dark Side of Internet Freedom
by Evgeny Morozov
 
Le cinoque et le cynique
par Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt
 
 
Opinion
 
Decir Adiós por Rafael Puyol, Profesor de IE School of Arts & Humanities
 
Arab transition simulation
By René Tobias Meyer, Master in International Relations Candidate 2011-2012
 


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