Emiliano Zapata

A mini-play portraying Emiliano Zapata's struggle to get land controlled by rich landowners that had been illegally taken from the peasants returned.

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Publisher: Stevens & Shea Pub

ISBN: 0895503573

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A mini-play portraying Emiliano Zapata's struggle to get land controlled by rich landowners that had been illegally taken from the peasants returned.

Emiliano Zapata

WORLD LEADERS PAST & PRESENT EMILIANO ZAPATA The People want
their rights respected . They want to be paid attention to and listened to . Just
because they make a protest , nobody can try to shut them up with bayonets .

Author: John David Ragan

Publisher: Chelsea House

ISBN: UTEXAS:059173000118129

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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A biography of the Mexican Indian revolutionist whose main goal was to gain land for his people.

Emiliano Zapata

Memorias , " chapter 18 ; King , Tempest , 66 ; Magaña , Emiliano Zapata , 165 ;
and Womack , Zapata , 81 , 92 , 94 . 31 . For the quotes see Juan Carreón to
Alfredo Robles Domínguez , Cuernavaca , May 31 , 1911 , ARD 4 : 17 : 63 . See
also ...

Author: Samuel Brunk

Publisher: UNM Press

ISBN: 0826316204

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 360

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"Emphasizing the man rather than the movement, the author provides an excellent political biography of Zapata. Concludes that Zapata was successful as a local and regional leader but could not make the transition to national leadership, primarily becauseof the activities of his urban advisors in late 1914 and early 1915"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.

Emiliano Zapata

Peter Calvert. I EMILIANO ZAPATA by PETER CALVERT Reader in Politics in the
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Author: Peter Calvert

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ISBN: UVA:X000221358

Category: Mexico

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The Posthumous Career of Emiliano Zapata

Among the groups participating were the Emiliano Zapata Eastern Mexico
Democratic Front (Frente Democrática Oriental de México Emiliano Zapata,
fdomez), the Emiliano Zapata Peasant Organization (Organización Campesina
Emiliano ...

Author: Samuel Brunk

Publisher: University of Texas Press

ISBN: 9780292717800

Category: History

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Before there was Che Guevara, there was Emiliano Zapata, the charismatic revolutionary who left indelible marks on Mexican politics and society. The sequel to Samuel Brunk's 1995 biography of Zapata, The Posthumous Career of Emiliano Zapata traces the power and impact of this ubiquitous, immortalized figure. Mining the massive extant literature on Zapata, supplemented by archival documents and historical newspaper accounts, Brunk explores frameworks of myth and commemoration while responding to key questions regarding the regime that emerged from the Zapatista movement, including whether it was spawned by a genuinely "popular" revolution. Blending a sophisticated analysis of hegemonic systems and nationalism with lively, accessible accounts of ways in which the rebel is continually resurrected decades after his death in a 1919 ambush, Brunk delves into a rich realm of artistic, geographical, militaristic, and ultimately all-encompassing applications of this charismatic icon. Examining all perspectives, from politicized commemorations of Zapata's death to popular stories and corridos, The Posthumous Career of Emiliano Zapata is an eloquent, engaging portrait of a legend incarnate.

Emiliano s Discovery

Naomi and Emiliano walk up the front sidewalk and are greeted at the door by
Naomi's father. “It's nice to meet you, Emiliano,” Mr. Galpern says. “You too, Mr.
Galpern. These are for you,” Emiliano replies, handing him a bouquet offlowers ...

Author: Paula Hurwitz

Publisher: FriesenPress

ISBN: 9781460245750

Category: Fiction

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When Emiliano Edelman’s life is shattered by a terrorist’s bomb that destroys Buenos Aires’ Jewish community centre it sparks his quest to find family who fled from Eastern Europe to Canada decades earlier. Moments after arriving at the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina, an explosion throws Emiliano from an elevator and he wakes up in the hospital, his girlfriend missing. Unable to cope with the aftermath of the bombing, he decides to leave Argentina, and by chance encounters visitors from Winnipeg who encourage him to move there. When Emiliano announces his plan to his family, his grandfather recalls that they have family in Canada, although he knows little about them. But Emiliano’s background in history gives him the tools he needs to begin his exploration. Armed with two Yiddish names and considerable optimism, Emiliano travels to Winnipeg, combing archives, questioning elderly residents and reading row upon row of tombstones. He follows the family as it travelled from Bessarabia and split into Argentinian and Canadian branches. Although he grieves for his girlfriend, Lia, he finds that genealogy fills a gap in his life and when he meets Naomi, who shows him around Winnipeg, the stage is set for another revelation. With common sense, dogged determination and more than a little luck, he ultimately finds his cousins in the least likely place.

The Key System

The Key System was a huge portion of this network; it was part of businessman "Borax" Smith's method to attract San Francisco workers to live in the cities of Berkeley, Oakland, and Piedmont, where he dealt in real estate.

Author: Walter Rice

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738547220

Category: History

Page: 127

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It is difficult now to imagine San Francisco Bay without bridges, but not too long ago, a complex system of ferries and trains helped span the waters in an elegant way. The Key System was a huge portion of this network; it was part of businessman "Borax" Smith's method to attract San Francisco workers to live in the cities of Berkeley, Oakland, and Piedmont, where he dealt in real estate. The Southern Pacific Railroad was the Key System's fierce competitor, then later an ally, before it was vanquished. Thousands of commuters rode the system for years, until a ridership decline eventually doomed the Key when bridges finally crisscrossed the bay.

Multiscale Modeling of Pedestrian Dynamics

This book presents mathematical models and numerical simulations of crowd dynamics.

Author: Emiliano Cristiani

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319066202

Category: Mathematics

Page: 262

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This book presents mathematical models and numerical simulations of crowd dynamics. The core topic is the development of a new multiscale paradigm, which bridges the microscopic and macroscopic scales taking the most from each of them for capturing the relevant clues of complexity of crowds. The background idea is indeed that most of the complex trends exhibited by crowds are due to an intrinsic interplay between individual and collective behaviors. The modeling approach promoted in this book pursues actively this intuition and profits from it for designing general mathematical structures susceptible of application also in fields different from the inspiring original one. The book considers also the two most traditional points of view: the microscopic one, in which pedestrians are tracked individually and the macroscopic one, in which pedestrians are assimilated to a continuum. Selected existing models are critically analyzed. The work is addressed to researchers and graduate students.

Emiliano

The perfect gift for men called Emiliano.

Author: Gaming Notes Publishing

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 1077447892

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Page: 112

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The perfect gift for men called Emiliano. Are you looking for a special gift for a loved person or someone close to you? This funny gaming college ruled compositions Notebook / Journal, name personalized, is perfect to write down everything comes in mind - use it for your brilliant ideas, as a to-do list, for phone numbers, for saving your memories, as a diary or planner. The video gamer cover shows the name and the full power level of health, strength and intelligence. Your new notebook: high-quality cover great themed design personalized name 110 pages blank white paper, college ruled 8.5 x 11-inch size This cool Notebook is perfect for: Birthday Gifts Christmas Gifts Name Day Gift Co-worker & Boss Gift College Supplies School Supplies Back To School Gift and many more Find other Names and click on the Authors Name.

Learning through Others

This book suggests that natural pedagogy utilises early belief attribution competences, which are employed by infants in a variety of contexts to approach and navigate the social world.

Author: Emiliano Loria

Publisher: Accademia University Press

ISBN: 9788831978576

Category: Education

Page: 344

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The theory of natural pedagogy provides a model of social learning based on the direct communicative ostensive relation and aimed to the transfer of generic cultural knowledge. The pedagogical transmission of information originates from an explicit manifestation of teaching made by knowledgeable adults, who are naturally inclined to manifestly provide their cultural baggage to naïve conspecifics. The domain of transferable knowledge encompasses artifact functions, novel means actions, first words, gestural symbols, social practices, and rituals. This teaching process can be fast and efficient in virtue of a natural inclination possessed by infants to seek information and decode signals of ostensive communication. In this sense, the natural pedagogy represents, as the two proponents – György Gergey and Gergely Csibra – claim, «a communicative system of mutual design specialized for the fast and efficient transfer of new and relevant cultural knowledge from knowledgeable to ignorant conspecifics». This book suggests that natural pedagogy utilises early belief attribution competences, which are employed by infants in a variety of contexts to approach and navigate the social world. Therefore, the natural pedagogy, in cooperation with the early mindreading system, may represent one of the most efficient adaptive strategies to firmly create that deep wittgensteinian «nest of propositions» which build cultural shared beliefs structures to be relied upon and followed.

San Francisco s California Street Cable Cars

San Franciscos internationally recognized cable cars are the symbol of the individual character of a great city.

Author: Walter Rice

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738559636

Category: History

Page: 128

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San Franciscos internationally recognized cable cars are the symbol of the individual character of a great city. The California Street cable car line is one of only three remaining lines in the city. The California Street Railway, or Cal Cable, was developed and opened by Leland Stanford, one of the builders of the transcontinental railroad and later founder of Stanford University. Indeed, the iconic line, intimately connected with some of the Wests pioneer businessmen, was sold, expanded, and reached its peak mileage just after 1890, only to be destroyed in the great earthquake and fire of 1906. As resilient as the city it served, Cal Cable was rebuilt and lasted as an independent business longer than any other private San Francisco transit operation. Cut down to its present form in 1954, that remnant and its double-ended cars survive as an integral part of todays cable car system.

San Francisco s Powell Street Cable Cars

Among the story's twists and turns are the line's actual routes following the 1906 earthquake, which caused heavy damage and forced major repairs.

Author: Emiliano Echeverria

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738530476

Category: History

Page: 128

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San Francisco's cable cars are an internationally recognized symbol of the city, but they also have a long and fractious history. There are actually three cable lines in operation today: the California Street line and the two Powell Street lines-- the Powell-Mason and Powell-Hyde. The Powell Street lines have been the subject of much controversy through the years, due to a complex lineage of private and public ownership. Cable cars on Powell Street began in 1888, operating under the Ferries and Cliff House Railway Company and utilizing the same basic design pioneered by Andrew Hallidie in 1873. Among the story's twists and turns are the line's actual routes following the 1906 earthquake, which caused heavy damage and forced major repairs. Post-quake, United Railroads was able to replace many of the cable car lines with streetcars, including a part of the Powell Street system. San Francisco at one time had eight separate cable car operators. Gradually most were replaced by streetcars, buses, and trolley buses, given the complexities and expense of cable systems. The Powell lines were taken over by the city in 1944, but the mayor tried to abandon them in 1947. The public disapproved of this move, and since then the Powell Street line has only grown in stature and its importance to San Francisco.

San Francisco s Interurban to San Mateo

It's strange to think that an electric commuter rail line rivaling BART in efficiency, speed, and comfort ran over 100 years ago between San Francisco and San Mateo, but run it did.

Author: Robert Townley

Publisher: Arcadia Publishing

ISBN: 0738530085

Category: History

Page: 128

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It's strange to think that an electric commuter rail line rivaling BART in efficiency, speed, and comfort ran over 100 years ago between San Francisco and San Mateo, but run it did. The 40 Line, or San Mateo Interurban, began in 1892 with an initial segment operating between Market and Steuart Streets out to the county limits on San Jose Avenue. Three years later, the line reached Baden in present-day South San Francisco, and by 1903 service was opened all the way to downtown San Mateo. During the line's heyday, there was talk of extending it down the peninsula from San Mateo to Palo Alto to connect with the Peninsular Railway to San Jose. The 1906 earthquake put this plan on hold. Following much the same route as today's Mission Street, El Camino Real, and Caltrain, the San Mateo Interurban carried over four million passengers a year along its main and spur lines until 1949, when the system was shut down amidst much fanfare.

Emiliano

This notebook is a wonderful personalized gift for boys multi-purpose journal jotting down thoughts, and writing notes , this Journal Perfect gift for kids, Friends, boys as a journal gift.

Author: Nadia Ghoubach

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798702024387

Category:

Page: 110

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This notebook is a wonderful personalized gift for boys multi-purpose journal jotting down thoughts, and writing notes , this Journal Perfect gift for kids, Friends, boys as a journal gift. This journal made from 110 pages 8.5"x11" White-color paper Matte Finish Cover for a Great look and feel , Are you looking for a Notebooks , journals, Dairy or Composition Book which will be great Gift for your Friends? Then you need to buy this Journals / Notebook gift . Be sure to check out the other designs in this type by clicking author's page or other designs.!

Hybrid Media Activism

This book is an extensive investigation of the complexities, ambiguities and shortcomings of contemporary digital activism.

Author: Emiliano Treré

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781315438153

Category: Political Science

Page: 222

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This book is an extensive investigation of the complexities, ambiguities and shortcomings of contemporary digital activism. The author deconstructs the reductionism of the literature on social movements and communication, proposing a new conceptual vocabulary based on practices, ecologies, imaginaries and algorithms to account for the communicative complexity of protest movements. Drawing on extensive fieldwork on social movements, collectives and political parties in Spain, Italy and Mexico, this book disentangles the hybrid nature of contemporary activism. It shows how activists operate merging the physical and the digital, the human and the non-human, the old and the new, the internal and the external, the corporate and the alternative. The author illustrates the ambivalent character of contemporary digital activism, demonstrating that media imaginaries can be either used to conceal authoritarianism, or to reimagine democracy. The book looks at both side of algorithmic power, shedding light on strategies of repression and propaganda, and scrutinizing manifestations of algorithms as appropriation and resistance. The author analyses the way in which digital activism is not an immediate solution to intricate political problems, and argues that it can only be effective when a set of favourable social, political, and cultural conditions align. Assessing whether digital activism can generate and sustain long-term processes of social and political change, this book will be of interest to students and scholars researching radical politics, social movements, digital activism, political participation and current affairs more generally.

Among the Lost

Must all be bankrupt among the lost?

Author: Emiliano Monge

Publisher: Scribe Publications

ISBN: 9781925548655

Category: Fiction

Page: 368

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In the desolate wastelands between the sierra and the jungle, under an all-seeing, unforgiving sun, a single day unfolds as relentlessly as those that have gone before. People are trafficked and brutalised, illegal migrants are cheated of their money, their dreams, their very names even as countless others scrabble to cross the border, trying to reach a land they call El Paraíso. In this grim inferno, a fierce love has blossomed — one that was born in pain and cruelty, and one that will live or die on this day. Estela and Epitafio too were trafficked, they grew together in the brutal orphanage, fell in love, but were ripped apart. They have played an ugly role in the very system that abused them, and done the bidding of the brutal old priest for too long. They have traded in migrants, put children to work as slaves, hacked off limbs and lives without a thought, though they have never forgotten the memory of their own shackles. Like the immigrants whose hopes they extinguish, they long to be free; free to be together and alone. Here in an unnamed land that could be a Mexico reimagined by Breughel and Dante, on the border between purgatory and inferno, where Paradise is the mouth of hell and cruelty the only currency, lives are spent, bartered and indentured for it. Must all be bankrupt among the lost?

Zeitschrift der Deutschen Geologischen Gesellschaft

2 : Localities of the San Emiliano Formation ( San Emiliano , Carmenes ) and
similar facies in the Pisuerga - Carrion unit ( Pisuerga ) . After SAVAGE &
BOSCHMA ( 1980 ) . Abb . 2 : Lokalitäten der San Emiliano - Formation ( San
Emiliano ...

Author: Deutsche Geologische Gesellschaft

Publisher:

ISBN: UCBK:C049689841

Category: Geology

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Each volume includes "Verhandlungen"; 1903- Monatsberichte.

THE ITALIAN SYMBOLIC RITE

This book aims to offer the reader a short but intense journey into Italian Freemasonry and, specifically, in its most characteristic rite: the Italian Simbolic Rite.

Author: Emiliano Bartolozzi

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780244252366

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VULNERABLE EXCELLENCE

A brief chronological description of important moments in the life of Salvador Dali, his art and legacy.

Author: Emiliano Martin

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9780359803439

Category:

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A brief chronological description of important moments in the life of Salvador Dali, his art and legacy. Fictional conversations with his wife, friends and many people around him, shaping images and reputation of the great surrealist artist that he became.