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Within this project, four municipalities in Brabant, the cooperation for active residents in the Netherlands, Movisie and the University of Humanistic Studies will investigate how the various parties interact in the new municipal constellation in which citizens' initiatives have a larger role.
We could improve it if we practice the bringing together of the social humanistic studies with technical and scientific pursuits.
Trouble is, all her qualifications are from the Cardiff College of Humanistic Studies - located at the Harries' home.
A conference on 'The encounter between rationalities', jointly organized by the Centre Africain des Hautes Etudes, the UNESCO network 'Paths of Thought' and the International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies (ICPHS), took place there on the occasion of its 26th General Meeting.
Ong, the polymath, was thus well-equipped from the start to explore the hidden nooks and crannies of western intellectual history, and not only to bring into the light unexpected treasures but also to relate them to the vast, complex and ever-evolving chart of reality being drawn by both modern sciences and humanistic studies.
At Penn State she was a pioneering woman faculty member and was the first woman to be named a senior fellow of the Institute for the Arts and Humanistic Studies.
Bowmar Professor of Humanistic Studies, Professor of History and Comparative Literature, Director, School of Criticism and Theory, Cornell University, and author of History and Reading: Tocqueville, Foucault, French Studies (2000), Writing History, Writing Trauma (2002), and the forthcoming History in Transit: Experience, Identity, Critical Theory (2004).
By attending only marginally to the political relevance of humanistic studies in this technological age--funding, the public's sense of their importance, the current tendency of some to indulge in private pleasure rather than public use--Moron risks at times the charge of unfounded optimism.
Haugo studied Humanistic Studies at McGill University.
For example, the choice of the humanistic studies branch in high school makes it impossible for an adolescent to change later to a more scientific or technological area.
According to Lernche, biblical scholars have been influenced by the humanistic studies created during the Enlightenment, and they project their own modern ideas on the text, which they read in a naive manner.

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