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Jared Diamond in conversation with Richard Dawkins – The Use of Religion

Humanitas Visiting Professor in the History of Ideas Jared Diamond and Richard Dawkins discuss the practical value of religion and its function within traditional...

Atahualpa’s Ransom & Other Treasure Fables

Publicado originalmente en el Peruvian Times, 26 Agosto 2011 http://www.peruviantimes.com/26/atahualpas-ransom-other-treasure-fables/13455/ By Daniel Buck  Daniel Buck lives in Washington, DC.  He was a Peace Corps Volunteer in...

Have you ever heard of ” blood antiquities” ?

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Clair de Lune 4K Version – Moon Images from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

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Parker Solar Probe “A okay” After Close Solar Approach on This Week @NASA

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Landing Site Selected for Mars 2020 Mission on This Week @NASA

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Paul Sereno: What can fossils teach us?

http://www.ted.com Strange landscapes, scorching heat and (sometimes) mad crocodiles await scientists seeking clues to evolution's genius. Paleontologist Paul Sereno talks about his surprising encounters...
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“Imagining the Conquest of Mexico” by Kevin Terraciano

Lecture by Kevin Terraciano, University of California, Los Angeles / March 12, 2014 Getty Center In the first part of this two-part lecture series, UCLA...

Testamentos de indios de la gobernación de Tucumán (1579-1704), Buenos Aires

por:  Dra. Margarita E. Gentile Investigadora CONICET - Museo de La Plata source: http://nuevomundo.revues.org/60290 https://auth.openedition.org/cas/login?service=http%3A%2F%2Fnuevomundo.revues.org%2Fpdf%2F60290El libro de Margarita Gentile sobre testamentos de indios de la región del Tucumán colonial...

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