3 edition of José Vasconcelos found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Vasconcelos, José, 1881-1959, Vasconcelos, José, 1881-1959|
|LC Classifications||F1234.V3 S73 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780813550633, 9780813550640|
|LC Control Number||2010040717|
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Discover Biblioteca Vasconcelos in Mexico City, Mexico: A jaw-dropping "megalibrary" that turns book-browsing into a geometric adventure. The personal papers of Mexican politician, writer, and philosopher, José Vasconcelos. The collection contains correspondence, writings by Vasconcelos, newspaper clippings and writings by others related to Vasconcelos, and ephemera showing the widespread impact of Vasconcelos on Mexican culture.
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José Vasconcelos, who was named minister of education, was to implement the program of rural education. He sponsored a cultural program that brought Mexico worldwide fame and importance. Radical mural painters such as Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros, who were commissioned.
José Vasconcelos (Antología del pensamiento político, social y económico de América Latina) (Spanish Edition) Jan 1, The Cosmic Race / La raza cosmica book. Read 31 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
In this influential essay, presented here in Spanish and José Vasconcelos book, José Vasconcelos predicted the coming of a new age, the Aesthetic Era, in which joy, love, fantasy, and creativity would prevail over the rationalism he saw as /5.
In this influential essay, presented here in Spanish and English, José Vasconcelos predicted the coming of an Aesthetic Era, in which joy, love, fantasy, and creativity would prevail over the rationalism―and ethnic differences would give way to a fully mixed race, a "cosmic race," in which all the better qualities of each race would persist by the natural selection of by: José Vasconcelos (), a Mexican philosopher, sociologist, essayist, educator, and historian, is best known for his four-volume autobiography.
José Vasconcelos was born on Feb. 27,in José Vasconcelos book, but the family soon moved to Piedras Negras. When José started to school, he walked across the bridge each day to attend classes on the Texas side. José Vasconcelos has 33 books on Goodreads with ratings. José Vasconcelos’s most popular book is The Cosmic Race / La raza cosmica.
About this Item: Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Monterrey, NL, Paperback. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition.
Inscribed by editor In(Alfonso Reyes) he and other like-minded young intellectuals such as Martín Luis Guzmán and José Vasconcelos, founded the Ateneo de la Juventud to promote new cultural and aesthetic ideals and.
José Vasconcelos was born on Februin Oaxaca, but the family soon moved to Piedras Negras. José's mother, who was a pious Catholic, died when José was sixteen. Education When José started to school, he walked across the bridge each day to attend classes on the Texas side of the Rio Grande.
mauro de vasconcelos josé Published by Librairie Générale Française (lgf) coll. Le Livre De Poche Jeunesse, Paris () ISBN ISBN José Vasconcelos Book Description: Mexican educator and thinker Jose Vasconcelos is to Latinos what W.E.B.
Du Bois is to African Americans--a controversial scholar who fostered an alternative view of the future. Looking for books by José Vasconcelos. See all books authored by José Vasconcelos, including La raza cosmica, and Breve Historia de Mexico - Primary Source Edition, and more on José Vasconcelos (José Vasconcelos Calderón; Oaxaca, - Ciudad de México, ) Político, pensador y escritor mexicano.
Fue el fundador del Ministerio de Educación en su país, desde el cual desarrolló una fecunda y extraordinaria labor, lo que le mereció el sobrenombre de El maestro de la juventud de América.
José Vasconcelos. José Vasconcelos: los años del águila, educación, cultura e iberoamericanismo en el México postrevolucionario Volume 21 of Instituto de Investigaciones Históricas / Serie de historia moderna y contemporánea Volume 21 of Instituto de investigaciones historicas.
Serie de historia moderna y contemporanea. José Vasconcelos was born in Oaxaca, Mexico into parents of European ancestry. Active in Mexican politics, he was exiled during the eras of Porfirio Díaz and Carranza, served as rector of the National University and as Minister of Education, and later ran unsuccessfully for : Johns Hopkins University Press.
José Vasconcelos was born in Oaxaca, Mexico into parents of European ancestry. Active in Mexican politics, he was exiled during the eras of Porfirio Díaz and Carranza, served as rector of the National University and as Minister of Education, and later ran unsuccessfully for president.3/5(1).
Occupying a section of Mexico City’s old José Vasconcelos Library (pictured), it is part of a new literary venture called the City of Books showcasing the intellectual journey of five key Mexican thinkers (Ali Chumacero, Carlos Monsiváis, José Luis Martínez, Jaime García Terrés and Antonio Castro Leal) through their personal book.
In this influential essay, presented here in Spanish and English, José Vasconcelos predicted the coming of an Aesthetic Era, in which joy, love, fantasy, and creativity would prevail over the rationalism—and ethnic differences would give way to a fully mixed race, a "cosmic race," in which all the better qualities of each race would persist by the natural selection of love.
Vasconcelos, José, José Vasconcelos y el espíritu de la universidad. México, D.F.: Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Coordinación de Difusión Cultural, Dirección de Literatura, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: José Vasconcelos; Javier Sicilia.
José Vasconcelos >José Vasconcelos (), a Mexican philosopher, sociologist, essayist, >educator, and historian, is best known for his four-volume autobiography.
José Vasconcelos was born on Feb. 27,in Oaxaca, but the family soon moved to Piedras Negras . Vasconcelos believed, would be the race of the future. While Vasconcelos's theory turned the white supremacist racism of the day on its head, it remains at heart a racist theory.
By imputing inevitable characteristics to the various races of the earth, Vasconcelos engages in rather reckless stereotyping.
His romantic notion of the spiritual File Size: KB. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vasconcelos, José, José Vasconcelos. Madrid: Instituto de Cooperación Iberoamericana, Ediciones de Cultura.La raza cósmica / The Cosmic Race edited by José Vasconselos A Mexican Ulysses: An Autobiography by José Vasconcelos La raza cósmica / The Cosmic Race by José Vasconselos; A Mexican Ulysses: An Autobiography by José Vasconcelos Review by: Barbara Celarent American Journal of Sociology, Vol.No.
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