La confluencia cultural: Daby Ihsan – ‘Los cuentos son un elemento esencial en la vida de un niño’

Acerca de Daby Ihsan

Nacida en Irak, Daby Ihsan es una galardonada ilustradora y animadora que ha hecho los dibujos para dos libros infantiles de la ISF: The Onion y Speak First and Lose. Su trabajo es profundamente original y percibe al Oriente con extraordinaria sutileza, basándose en su amor por la arquitectura y su atención al detalle.

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Hasidic Art and the Kabbalah

                    Batsheva Goldman-Ida, Tel Aviv Museum of Art

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Idries Shah: A brief portrait

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Written by Hezhbar Shinwary

Recently one of the American publishing companies requested Ms. Parveen Pazhwak to translate some children’s books.  A number of these books were sent to me for the purpose of getting acquainted.  When I observed the pictures (illustrations) and studied the books I found them to be very closely resembling the life and culture of the people of Afghanistan. Leer Más


The 100 best nonfiction books: No 21 – The Structure of Scientific Revolutions by Thomas S Kuhn (1962)

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Thomas Kuhn (1922-1996) did not invent the concept of scientific revolution, but he gave it a special meaning and created a phrase – “paradigm shift” – so popular that it received the ultimate accolade: no fewer than four New Yorker spoofings (from 1974 to 2009). On its first appearance, we find a sexy young woman in bell-bottom trousers at a Manhattan cocktail party flattering a balding metropolitan with: “Dynamite, Mr Gerston. You’re the first person I heard use the word ‘paradigm’ in real life.” Leer Más