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Reclaiming The Human Sciences And Humanities Through African Perspectives. Volume Ii
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9783642042799 - Claude Godart: Software Services for e-Business and e-Society: 9th IFIP WG 6.1 Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, I3E 2009, Nanc
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Claude Godart (?):

Software Services for e-Business and e-Society: 9th IFIP WG 6.1 Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, I3E 2009, Nanc (2009) (?)

ISBN: 9783642042799 (?) or 3642042791, probably in english, Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/Trade, New

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Claude Godart, Books, Computers, Software Services for e-Business and e-Society: 9th IFIP WG 6.1 Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, I3E 2009, Nanc, I3E 2009 was held in Nancy, France, during September 23-25, hosted by Nancy University and INRIA Grand-Est at LORIA. The conference provided scientists andpractitionersofacademia,industryandgovernmentwithaforumwherethey presented their latest "ndings concerning application of e-business, e-services and e-society, and the underlying technology to support these applications. The 9th IFIP Conference on e-Business, e-Services and e-Society, sponsored by IFIP WG 6.1. of Technical Committees TC6 in cooperation with TC11, and TC8 represents the continuation of previous events held in Zurich (Switzerland) in 2001, Lisbon (Portugal) in 2002, Sao Paulo (Brazil) in 2003, Toulouse (France) in 2004, Poznan (Poland) in 2005, Turku (Finland) in 2006, Wuhan (China) in 2007 and Tokyo (Japan) in 2008. The call for papers attracted papers from 31 countries from the "ve con- nents. As a result, the I3E 2009 programo?ered 12 sessions of full-paper pres- tations. The 31 selected papers cover a wide and important variety of issues in e-Business,e-servicesande-society,including security,trust,andprivacy,ethical and societal issues, business organization, provision of services as software and software as services, and others. Extended versions of selected papers submitted to I3E 2009 will be published in the International Journal of e-Adoption and in AIS Transactions on Enterprise Systems. In addition, a 500-euros prize was awarded to the authors of the best paper selected by the Program Comm- tee. We thank all authors who submitted their papers, the Program Committee members and external reviewers for their excellent work.
9783662237175 - Claude Liébecq: European journal of biochemistry
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Claude Liébecq (?):

European journal of biochemistry (1967) (?)

ISBN: 9783662237175 (?) or 3662237172, probably in english, Springer, Paperback, New

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European journal of biochemistry, The FEDERATION OF EUROPEAN BIOOHE1IUCAL SOCIETIES, which came into being just over three years ago, will have a profound impact on the development of biochemistry in Europe and in the rest of the world. For this reason, the Council of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY has viewed the growth of the Federation with considerable satis­ faction. Closer cooperation among European biochemists was set in motion through the initiative of the BIOOHEMICAL SOCIETY several years ago to hold an annual joint meeting with some of its sister societies on the Continent. With considerable foresight the BIOCHEM­ ICAL SOCIETY eventually proposed the setting up of a federation of biochemical societies in Europe, a proposal that was warmly endorsed by representatives of several Continental societies. The first meeting of the Federation was held in London in the Spring of 1964. I had the privilege to attend the second (Vienna) and third (Warsaw) annual meetings and was much impressed by the rapidly growing attendance and by the quality of the scientific sessions. Upon kind invitation as president of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY I also had the privilege to attend the Federation Council meetings and to participate in the discussions that led to the decision to found a EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF BIOOHEMISTRY, a move that I enthusiastically supported and encouraged on behalf of the INTERNATIONAL UNION OF BIOCHEMISTRY. Taschenbuch, 01.01.1967
9789988647711 - Reclaiming The Human Sciences And Humanities Through African Perspectives. Volume Ii
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Reclaiming The Human Sciences And Humanities Through African Perspectives. Volume Ii (2003) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647711 (?) or 9988647719, Band: 2, probably in english, African Books Collective, New

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Books, Reclaiming The Human Sciences And Humanities Through African Perspectives. Volume Ii, This compilation was inspired by an international symposium held on the Legon campus over three days in September 2003. Hosted by the CODESRIA African Humanities Institute Programme, the symposium had the broad theme 'Canonical Works and Continuing Innovation in African Arts & Humanities'. In these two volumes of 85 papers there are contributions from established scholars such as Mahmood Mamdani, Peter Ekeh and Kwame Ninsin which sit alongside contributions from well-known literary scholars including Niyi Osundare, Femi Osofisan and Ngugi wa Thiong'o. Also included in the volume are classic papers by Claude Ake, Chinua Achebe and Kwasi Wiredu, plus those of up-and-coming young scholars of the day. The book is broken into nine sections: Examining Knowledge Production as a Social Institution; Explaining Actions and Beliefs; Reappraising 'Development'; Measuring the Human Condition; Recalling History; 'Africa' as a Subject of Academic Discourse; Debating Democracy, Community, and the Law; Revisiting Artistic Expression; and Regaining the Voice of Authority.
9789988647711 - Sub-Saharan Publishers: Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II
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Sub-Saharan Publishers (?):

Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II (2012) (?)

ISBN: 9789988647711 (?) or 9988647719, Band: 2, in english, Sub-Saharan Publishers, Paperback, New

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Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II, This compilation was inspired by an international symposium held on the Legon campus over three days in September 2003. Hosted by the CODESRIA African Humanities Institute Programme, the symposium had the broad theme ´Canonical Works and Continuing Innovation in African Arts & Humanities´. In these two volumes of 85 papers there are contributions from established scholars such as Mahmood Mamdani, Peter Ekeh and Kwame Ninsin which sit alongside contributions from well-known literary scholars including Niyi Osundare, Femi Osofisan and Ngugi wa Thiong´o. Also included in the volume are classic papers by Claude Ake, Chinua Achebe and Kwasi Wiredu, plus those of up-and-coming young scholars of the day. The book is broken into nine sections: Examining Knowledge Production as a Social Institution; Explaining Actions and Beliefs; Reappraising ´Development´; Measuring the Human Condition; Recalling History; ´Africa´ as a Subject of Academic Discourse; Debating Democracy, Community, and the Law; Revisiting Artistic Expression; and Regaining the Voice of Authority. Taschenbuch, 06.03.2012
9789988647711 - Sub-Saharan Publishers: Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II
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Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II (?)

ISBN: 9789988647711 (?) or 9988647719, Band: 2, in english, New

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Reclaiming the Human Sciences and Humanities through African Perspectives. Volume II, This compilation was inspired by an international symposium held on the Legon campus over three days in September 2003. Hosted by the CODESRIA African Humanities Institute Programme, the symposium had the broad theme 'Canonical Works and Continuing Innovation in African Arts & Humanities'. In these two volumes of 85 papers there are contributions from established scholars such as Mahmood Mamdani, Peter Ekeh and Kwame Ninsin which sit alongside contributions from well-known literary scholars including Niyi Osundare, Femi Osofisan and Ngugi wa Thiong'o. Also included in the volume are classic papers by Claude Ake, Chinua Achebe and Kwasi Wiredu, plus those of up-and-coming young scholars of the day. The book is broken into nine sections: Examining Knowledge Production as a Social Institution; Explaining Actions and Beliefs; Reappraising 'Development'; Measuring the Human Condition; Recalling History; 'Africa' as a Subject of Academic Discourse; Debating Democracy, Community, and the Law; Revisiting Artistic Expression; and Regaining the Voice of Authority.