Happy Birthday to You Read Listen Edition

Happy Birthday to You  Read   Listen Edition
Author: Dr. Seuss
Publsiher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Total Pages: 64
Release: 2013-10-22
ISBN 10: 0385383029
ISBN 13: 9780385383028
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Happy Birthday to You Read Listen Edition Book Review:

Bigger than New Year’s, the Fourth of July, and Halloween all rolled into one, birthdays are for celebrating with Dr. Seuss in his first all-color picture book, Happy Birthday to You! Fly with the Great Birthday Bird in this fantastical commemoration of YOU! And make the most of your special day, which only comes once a year! “Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!” The ultimate birthday gift for ages one to 101—from the one and only Dr. Seuss! This Read & Listen edition contains audio narration.

Decolonising the University The Emerging Quest for Non Eurocentric Paradigms Penerbit USM

Decolonising the University  The Emerging Quest for Non Eurocentric Paradigms  Penerbit USM
Author: Claude Alvares,Shad Saleem Faruqi
Publsiher: Penerbit USM
Total Pages: 389
Release: 2014-11-25
ISBN 10: 9838617539
ISBN 13: 9789838617536
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Decolonising the University The Emerging Quest for Non Eurocentric Paradigms Penerbit USM Book Review:

This book of essays is a sequel to the ‘International Conference on Decolonising Our Universities’ held in Penang, Malaysia from June 27 to 29, 2011. The Conference was jointly organised by the Universiti Sains Malaysia and Citizens International in cooperation with the Higher Education Leadership Academy of the Malaysian Ministry of Higher Education. At the Conference, speaker after speaker pointed out that education in Asia and Africa is too Westcentric. It blindly apes European universities, European curricula and European paradigms. The papers in this volume examine possible ways of overcoming this problem of intellectual enslavement in Asian and African citadels of learning. It must be pointed out at the very outset that this book is not meant to be a tirade against the West. Its aim is not to ask Asian and African universities to shut out Europe and North America or to be insular or to wear blinds. Its aim is positive – to make Asian and African tertiary education truly global and at the same time socially relevant. This cannot be done unless the intellectual monopoly of the West is broken and European knowledge is made to make way for the review, teaching and expansion of the vast knowledge of other societies and cultures. European knowledge may supplement, but never replace, other valid knowledge systems and traditions. The book is divided into eight parts. Part I creates the setting, provides an overview of the state of our universities, reflects on decolonisation of our intellectual heritage and explains how colonial education was used to assault our cultures. Part II contains a wish-list of the decolonised university. There are essays on the philosophical basis of an African university and about how the sacred and the secular can be integrated and how the community can be brought back into the university. Part III critically examines the promise and performance of UNESCO in decolonisation of Asian and African institutions of higher learning. Part IV discusses eurocentrism in social sciences, in mathematics and in science curricula. Part V highlights the state of social sciences and the law today and provides an alternative discourse in social theory, history, psychotherapy, psychology, law and language education. Part VI discusses regional decolonising initiatives in the Philippines, Taiwan, Turkey and Iran. Part VII provides insights into some experiments in transforming academic pedagogy. Finally, Part VIII contains some personal journeys in decolonisation of the self. This book of essays is meant to coincide with Malaysia’s Independence Day on August 31, 1957. The hope is that the timing will underline the point that the stains of cultural and intellectual imperialism do not end with the attainment of political freedom. Freedom is a state of the mind and, regrettably, throughout Asia and Africa, the enslavement of the mind has continued long after the coloniser has gone back home. This humiliating state of affairs must end, not only to give meaning to political independence but also to improve the quality of our education by giving to our students a better panorama of world knowledge and thereby to increase their choices. Decolonisation of our universities is not an exercise in flag-waving nationalism. Its aim is ameliorative. Diversity and pluralism of knowledge systems are vital for meeting many of the moral, social and economic challenges of the times and for avoiding the frightening economic, educational and cultural consequences of Europe’s near-total intellectual and educational monopoly over Asia, Africa and Latin America. For example, Western models of development have proved to be a nightmare and have not served Asia and Africa well. Economic theories from the West have brought the whole world to the brink of an environmental catastrophe. Asian universities should offer a critique of the ethnocentrism of Western scholarship by pointing out that a middle class Western lifestyle and what that entails in terms of the nuclear family, the consumer society, living in suburbia and extensive private space may neither be workable nor desirable on a fragile planet. The humiliating story of intellectual enslavement in each field and in each region is best told in the words of the authors. What must be noted is the ways in which this subservience manifests itself. Our university courses reflect the false belief that Western knowledge is the sum total of all human knowledge. The books prescribed and the icons and godfathers of knowledge are overwhelmingly from the North Atlantic countries. Titles written by scholars and thinkers from Asia and Africa are rarely included in the book list. This may indicate a pervasive inferiority complex or ignorance of the contribution of the East to world civilisation. Any evaluation of right and wrong, of justice and fairness, of poverty and development, and of what is wholesome and worthy of celebration tends to be based on Western perceptions. Eastern ideas and institutions are viewed through Western prisms and invariably regarded as primitive and in need of change. Despite decades of political independence, the framework assumptions of our law, politics, economics, education, history, science, art and culture remain dictated by our former colonial masters. Our concept of the good life and our views on human rights have very tenuous links to our indigenous traditions. Our cultural values, domestic relations, music, food and dressing – indeed our whole Weltanschauung is constructed on a Western edifice of knowledge. Our concept of beauty has been socially constructed by Hollywood media. In our professions, most of the icons we look up to are Western. In our universities, the syllabi we draft, the books we prescribe, the theories we blindly ape, the new abodes of the sacred we worship have very little connection with our own intellectual and moral heritage. It is fashionable in Asian universities to import expatriate lecturers, external examiners and guest speakers exclusively from North Atlantic countries. Asian scholars are generally not regarded as fit for such recognition. The underlying assumption is that Asians and Africans matter little and in all aspects of existence we need civilisational guidance from the overlords of humankind in Europe and America. How did we fall into such depths of enslavement and reverse racism? An essay in the volume points out that the colonisers conquered our mind by dismissing and deriding our cultures, alienating us from our roots and putting us in awe of the culture of the masters. They used the colonial education system for the production of a competent but submissive class. They replaced local languages with the English language extinguishing along with local languages, the cultural and moral nuances and perspectives that surround a language. The colonisers falsified and obliterated historical records of intellectual achievements by Asian and African scholars and inventors. They borrowed extensively from the East but shamelessly failed to acknowledge that debt. In many cases they Latinised Eastern names to make them sound European. The world does not know that during the European Dark Ages, scintillating educational developments were taking place in Asia and Africa. While Europe slept, China, India, Persia and Egypt practised science, invented algebra, furthered mathematics, metallurgy, law and logic. They conducted complex medical operations, invented rockets, wrote treatises in philosophy, sociology and astronomy. A more recent form of Western hegemony is the yearly university ranking lists. Western education, Western science and Western achievements are subjected to evaluation on criteria that are rigged in their favour. A host of Western consultants and experts unabashedly glorify American and European achievements and certify and celebrate the unique quality of their education system. A recent claim was made that American society symbolised ‘the end of history’ implying thereby that no further human progress was necessary anywhere else. The book’s ultimate aim is to discover what needs to be done to liberate our minds and our souls; to end this academic colonialism; to restore our dignity and independence. We must shed the slavish mentality of blindly aping Western paradigms. We must stop sucking up to the Western academic system. We need to send Columbus packing back home. Not only the Columbus outside but also the Columbus within. We need to rediscover the suppressed knowledge of our civilisations and to reconnect with our rich heritage. We must embark on a voyage of discovery of our ancestors’ intellectual wanderings and rediscover the wonders and heritage of China, India, Persia, Mesopotamia, Egypt and other Eastern and African civilisations. We must combat the many fabrications and plagiarisms of Western ‘innovators’ and we must give credit where credit is due to those in Asia and Africa who pioneered the ideas. It must be clarified that it is not part of our agenda to ask European and American universities to include the treasures of the East in their syllabi. Whether their world-views should be enriched by the insights and reflections of the East, or whether they should remain insular and wear blinds, is their own problem. Further, it is not our aim to shut out the West but to end blind and exclusive reliance on it. We need to root our education in our own soil; to tap our own intellectual resources first and to make our education relevant to our societal conditions. No amount of imported academics or theories can do this, only us. We are aware that our endeavour will be mocked by many in the West. We will also be opposed by many elites in the East who believe that ‘West is best’ and whose capitulation to Europe perpetuates Western intellectual hegemony. Such opposition to the basic thesis of this book will only serve to confirm the phenomenon of ‘legitimation and false consciousness’ whereby the oppressed are so brainwashed that they cooperate with their oppressors. ‘It is the final triumph of a system of domination when the dominated start singing its virtues.’ In preparing this volume, we received invaluable help from many individuals and institutions. Universiti Sains Malaysia and Citizens International provided the funds for publication. Ayesha Bilimoria helped with the editing of the bulk of the pieces. Jenessey Dias performed brisk transcription of the presentations from the DVDs. Shafeeq, Sameera and Noor Aini Masri gave secretarial assistance. Professor Dato’ Dr. Md Salleh Yaapar and his team from the USM Press did everything else with great courtesy, speed and professionalism. Citizens International’s S.M. Mohamed Idris and Uma Ramaswamy assisted with the printing. To all of them we owe a debt of gratitude. We hope that this book will highlight what is on any measure a shameful condition and that it will inspire at least some Asian educators to think afresh, to chart new directions, to search for the best in their indigenous traditions, yet to keep the windows of their mind open to the world.

Dr Seuss s Happy Birthday Baby

Dr  Seuss s Happy Birthday  Baby
Author: Dr. Seuss
Publsiher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Total Pages: 10
Release: 2009
ISBN 10: 0375846212
ISBN 13: 9780375846212
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dr Seuss s Happy Birthday Baby Book Review:

"With Seussian stuff to touch, spin, and sniff. Based on and inspired by Dr. Seuss's Happy birthday to you!"--Cover.

Encyclopedia of the World s Nations And Cultures

Encyclopedia of the World s Nations And Cultures
Author: George Thomas Kurian
Publsiher: Facts on File
Total Pages: 2816
Release: 2007
ISBN 10: 9780816063079
ISBN 13: 0816063079
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Encyclopedia of the World s Nations And Cultures Book Review:

Offers information on the geography, government, population, currency, climate, history, economy, politics, and social customs of every nation from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

Year of the Locust

Year of the Locust
Author: Salim Tamari,Ihsan Salih Turjman
Publsiher: Univ of California Press
Total Pages: 216
Release: 2015-08-18
ISBN 10: 0520287509
ISBN 13: 9780520287501
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Year of the Locust Book Review:

Year of the Locust captures in page-turning detail the end of the Ottoman world and a pivotal moment in Palestinian history. In the diaries of Ihsan Hasan al-Turjman (1893–1917), the first ordinary recruit to describe World War I from the Arab side, we follow the misadventures of an Ottoman soldier stationed in Jerusalem. There he occupied himself by dreaming about his future and using family connections to avoid being sent to the Suez. His diaries draw a unique picture of daily life in the besieged city, bringing into sharp focus its communitarian alleys and obliterated neighborhoods, the ongoing political debates, and, most vividly, the voices from its streets—soldiers, peddlers, prostitutes, and vagabonds. Salim Tamari’s indispensable introduction places the diary in its local, regional, and imperial contexts while deftly revising conventional wisdom on the disintegration of the Ottoman Empire.

Visual Informatics Sustaining Research and Innovations

Visual Informatics  Sustaining Research and Innovations
Author: Halimah Badioze Zaman,Peter Robinson,Maria Petrou,Patrick Olivier,Timothy K. Shih,Sergio Velastin,Ingela Nyström
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 371
Release: 2011-10-28
ISBN 10: 3642251900
ISBN 13: 9783642251900
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Visual Informatics Sustaining Research and Innovations Book Review:

The two-volume set LNCS 7066 and LNCS 7067 constitutes the proceedings of the Second International Visual Informatics Conference, IVIC 2011, held in Selangor, Malaysia, during November 9-11, 2011. The 71 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in these proceedings. They are organized in topical sections named computer vision and simulation; virtual image processing and engineering; visual computing; and visualisation and social computing. In addition the first volume contains two keynote speeches in full paper length, and one keynote abstract.

Neoliberalism and Global Cinema

Neoliberalism and Global Cinema
Author: Jyotsna Kapur,Keith B. Wagner
Publsiher: Routledge
Total Pages: 370
Release: 2011-05-09
ISBN 10: 1136701486
ISBN 13: 9781136701481
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Neoliberalism and Global Cinema Book Review:

In cinema studies today, rarely do we find a direct investigation into the culture of capitalism and how it has been refracted and fabricated in global cinema production under neoliberalism. However, the current economic crisis and the subsequent Wall Street bailout in 2008 have brought about a worldwide skepticism regarding the last four decades of economic restructuring and the culture that has accompanied it. In this edited volume, an international ensemble of scholars looks at neoliberalism, both as culture and political economy, in the various cinemas of the world. In essays encompassing the cinemas of Asia, Africa, Latin America, Europe, and the United States the authors outline how the culture and subjectivities engendered by neoliberalism have been variously performed, contested, and reinforced in these cinemas. The premise of this book is that the cultural and economic logic of neoliberalism, i.e., the radical financialization and market-driven calculations, of all facets of society are symptoms best understood by Marxist theory and its analysis of the central antagonisms and contradictions of capital. Taking a variety of approaches, ranging from political economy, ideological critique, the intersection of aesthetics and politics, social history and critical-cultural theory, this volume offers a fresh, broad-based Marxist analysis of contemporary film/media. Topics include: the global albeit antagonistic nature of neoliberal culture; the search for a new aesthetic and documentary language; the contestation between labor and capital in cultural producion; the political economy of hollywood, and questions of gender, sexuality, and the nation state in relation to neoliberalism.

True Crime Stories

True Crime Stories
Author: Jack Rosewood
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 366
Release: 2018-06-25
ISBN 10: 9781721905140
ISBN 13: 1721905146
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

True Crime Stories Book Review:

Night falls and the rivers of blood flow forth once more. For what are murderers if not creatures of the dark? Hiding in plain sight as the average neighbor, co-worker or even employer, just waiting for the moment to unleash their murderous urges. Whether they are sadistic in their methods or not does not change the common trait that they all share: the presence of evil. These crimes shock us to the core, leading us to wonder just what is going on in their minds that leads them to take lives without any feeling of remorse...yet deep down we're actually intrigued by their crimes. Fascinated, even. In truth, these killers bring forth a dark curiosity that keeps us reading chapter after chapter, book after book, and once we're done we begin to reflect on how interesting the psychology behind these characters can be. It is precisely because of this wondrous fascination that we have compiled a fresh set of three True Crime Stories books, following the success of our first collection, this time with the bestselling volumes 4-6. 36 tales of bloodshed and terror, police investigation and the background of each and every killer await you, with each subject varying from serial killer to mass murderer, ruthless monster to seemingly harmless member of the community. No two killers are the same and no two murders are committed for the same reason - this much you are about to find out. Reader, you are about to embark on a road of horror, death and cruelty...are you ready to walk the blood-chilling path into the mind of a killer?

Recent Advances on Soft Computing and Data Mining

Recent Advances on Soft Computing and Data Mining
Author: Rozaida Ghazali,Nazri Mohd Nawi,Mustafa Mat Deris,Jemal H. Abawajy
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 481
Release: 2019-12-04
ISBN 10: 3030360563
ISBN 13: 9783030360566
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Recent Advances on Soft Computing and Data Mining Book Review:

This book provides an introduction to data science and offers a practical overview of the concepts and techniques that readers need to get the most out of their large-scale data mining projects and research studies. It discusses data-analytical thinking, which is essential to extract useful knowledge and obtain commercial value from the data. Also known as data-driven science, soft computing and data mining disciplines cover a broad interdisciplinary range of scientific methods and processes. The book provides readers with sufficient knowledge to tackle a wide range of issues in complex systems, bringing together the scopes that integrate soft computing and data mining in various combinations of applications and practices, since to thrive in these data-driven ecosystems, researchers, data analysts and practitioners must understand the design choice and options of these approaches. This book helps readers to solve complex benchmark problems and to better appreciate the concepts, tools and techniques used.

The Adelaide Dental School 1917 To 2017

The Adelaide Dental School 1917 To 2017
Author: James Rogers,Grant Townsend,Tasman Brown
Publsiher: Anonim
Total Pages: 329
Release: 2018-08-31
ISBN 10: 9781925261738
ISBN 13: 1925261735
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Adelaide Dental School 1917 To 2017 Book Review:

This history considers 100 years of education at the Adelaide Dental School. It contains a history of the formation and development of the School from 4 October 2017, the date the establishment of a dental school that would be affiliated with the university and the hospital for the education of dental students was first proposed. It also contains three chapters in which former students of the Dental School provide personal viewpoints of their education at the Adelaide Dental School. The final section contains a potpourri of archival material, including copies of documents and examples of lecture notes and examination papers.

Dr Seuss s You Are You a Birthday Greeting

Dr  Seuss s You Are You  a Birthday Greeting
Author: Seuss
Publsiher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Total Pages: 32
Release: 2020-09-29
ISBN 10: 0593123271
ISBN 13: 9780593123270
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Dr Seuss s You Are You a Birthday Greeting Book Review:

Say Happy Birthday to someone special with this small hardcover gift book featuring art by Dr. Seuss! An ideal choice instead of a greeting card, it includes unrhymed lines about individuality and embracing one's unique self! Take a journey with the Great Birthday Bird of Katroo--and other Dr. Seuss characters--in this uplifting gift book that encourages readers of all ages to celebrate the person they were born to be! Illustrated throughout with classic artwork from the book Happy Birthday to You!--and other books by Dr. Seuss--it's the perfect little birthday gift to show someone that you appreciate their unique personality!

25 001 Best Baby Names

25 001 Best Baby Names
Author: Lesley Bolton
Publsiher: Sourcebooks Incorporated
Total Pages: 346
Release: 2009
ISBN 10: 9781402226595
ISBN 13: 1402226594
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

25 001 Best Baby Names Book Review:

Offers tips for selecting a baby's name, lists of names based on popular themes, and entries that include definitions and variations.

How to Find a Lasting Relationship

How to Find a Lasting Relationship
Author: Richard Gosse
Publsiher: Anonim
Total Pages: 230
Release: 1988
ISBN 10: 9780882477794
ISBN 13: 088247779X
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

How to Find a Lasting Relationship Book Review:

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills
Author: Patrick Griffin,Esther Care
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 310
Release: 2014-10-21
ISBN 10: 9401793956
ISBN 13: 9789401793957
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills Book Review:

This second volume of papers from the ATC21STM project deals with the development of an assessment and teaching system of 21st century skills. Readers are guided through a detailed description of the methods used in this process. The first volume was published by Springer in 2012 (Griffin, P., McGaw, B. & Care, E., Eds., Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills, Dordrecht: Springer). The major elements of this new volume are the identification and description of two 21st century skills that are amenable to teaching and learning: collaborative problem solving, and learning in digital networks. Features of the skills that need to be mirrored in their assessment are identified so that they can be reflected in assessment tasks. The tasks are formulated so that reporting of student performance can guide implementation in the classroom for use in teaching and learning. How simple tasks can act as platforms for development of 21st century skills is demonstrated, with the concurrent technical infrastructure required for its support. How countries with different languages and cultures participated and contributed to the development process is described. The psychometric qualities of the online tasks developed are reported, in the context of the robustness of the automated scoring processes. Finally, technical and educational issues to be resolved in global projects of this nature are outlined.

Creepy Carrots

Creepy Carrots
Author: Aaron Reynolds
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 40
Release: 2012-08-21
ISBN 10: 1442453095
ISBN 13: 9781442453098
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Creepy Carrots Book Review:

In this Caldecott Honor–winning picture book, The Twilight Zone comes to the carrot patch as a rabbit fears his favorite treats are out to get him. Includes audio! Jasper Rabbit loves carrots—especially Crackenhopper Field carrots. He eats them on the way to school. He eats them going to Little League. He eats them walking home. Until the day the carrots start following him...or are they? Celebrated artist Peter Brown’s stylish illustrations pair perfectly with Aaron Reynold’s text in this hilarious picture book that shows it’s all fun and games…until you get too greedy.

Leisurely Islam

Leisurely Islam
Author: Lara Deeb,Mona Harb
Publsiher: Princeton University Press
Total Pages: 304
Release: 2013-10-27
ISBN 10: 0691153663
ISBN 13: 9780691153667
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Leisurely Islam Book Review:

South Beirut has recently become a vibrant leisure destination with a plethora of cafés and restaurants that cater to the young, fashionable, and pious. What effects have these establishments had on the moral norms, spatial practices, and urban experiences of this Lebanese community? From the diverse voices of young Shi'i Muslims searching for places to hang out, to the Hezbollah officials who want this media-savvy generation to be more politically involved, to the religious leaders worried that Lebanese youth are losing their moral compasses, Leisurely Islam provides a sophisticated and original look at leisure in the Lebanese capital. What makes a café morally appropriate? How do people negotiate morality in relation to different places? And under what circumstances might a pious Muslim go to a café that serves alcohol? Lara Deeb and Mona Harb highlight tensions and complexities exacerbated by the presence of multiple religious authorities, a fraught sectarian political context, class mobility, and a generation that takes religion for granted but wants to have fun. The authors elucidate the political, economic, religious, and social changes that have taken place since 2000, and examine leisure's influence on Lebanese sociopolitical and urban situations. Asserting that morality and geography cannot be fully understood in isolation from one another, Leisurely Islam offers a colorful new understanding of the most powerful community in Lebanon today.

Wacky Wednesday

Wacky Wednesday
Author: Dr. Seuss,Theo LeSieg
Publsiher: Random House Books for Young Readers
Total Pages: 46
Release: 1974
ISBN 10: 0394829123
ISBN 13: 9780394829128
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Wacky Wednesday Book Review:

Drawings and verse point out the many things that are wrong one wacky Wednesday.

What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Psychology

What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Psychology
Author: David Didau,Nick Rose
Publsiher: John Catt Educational
Total Pages: 280
Release: 2016-06
ISBN 10: 9781909717855
ISBN 13: 1909717851
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

What Every Teacher Needs to Know about Psychology Book Review:

David Didau and Nick Rose attempt to lay out the evidence and theoretical perspectives on what we believe are the most important and useful psychological principles of which teacher ought to be aware.

Tod s Annals of Rajasthan The Annals of the Mewar

Tod s Annals of Rajasthan  The Annals of the Mewar
Author: James Tod,C. H. Payne
Publsiher: Franklin Classics Trade Press
Total Pages: 266
Release: 2018-11-10
ISBN 10: 9780353064942
ISBN 13: 0353064947
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Tod s Annals of Rajasthan The Annals of the Mewar Book Review:

This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it. This work is in the public domain in the United States of America, and possibly other nations. Within the United States, you may freely copy and distribute this work, as no entity (individual or corporate) has a copyright on the body of the work. Scholars believe, and we concur, that this work is important enough to be preserved, reproduced, and made generally available to the public. To ensure a quality reading experience, this work has been proofread and republished using a format that seamlessly blends the original graphical elements with text in an easy-to-read typeface. We appreciate your support of the preservation process, and thank you for being an important part of keeping this knowledge alive and relevant.

Serpent of the Nile

Serpent of the Nile
Author: Wendy Buonaventura
Publsiher: Al Saqi
Total Pages: 207
Release: 1994
ISBN 10: 9780863560736
ISBN 13: 0863560733
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Serpent of the Nile Book Review:

A celebration of the female dancers of the Arab world and their impact on the West, this book explains the origins of this ancient art, which has survived in the face of commercialism, religious disapproval and changing times.