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Workaway

Workaway is a platform, which allows participants to organize accommodation and cultural exchange. Volunteers or "Workawayers" is expected to contribute to a pre-arranged time on the day in exchange for accommodation and food which is provided by ...

                                               

World Culture Open

Outdoor world of culture is a non-profit organization that promotes cultural diversity and open-minded cultural exchange around the world. The WTO has regional offices in new York, Seoul and Beijing.

                                               

WWOOF

World wide opportunities on organic farms, or willing workers on organic farms, is a broad network of national organizations that facilitate accommodation on organic farms. Australia 2.600 owners has most of the nodes farms and businesses, follow ...

                                               

Clore Leadership Programme

The Clore leadership is a dynamic and comprehensive resource for leaders and aspiring leaders in the field of art, culture and creative industries. Guide Clore was established in 2003 by the Clore Duffield and supported by partnerships between pr ...

                                               

European Culture and Economy

European culture and economy, reduction of ECUE, is an interdisciplinary program of graduate school, which differs from European studies. A focus on European politics and events. After obtaining the academic degree of master of arts ECUE graduate ...

                                               

Icelandic Elf School

The Icelandic ELF school is an organization located in Reykjavik, Iceland, it offers lectures and tours about Icelandic folklore. The organization teaches about the hidden people and the 13 different kinds of elves, which the organization believe ...

                                               

Mondialogo Engineering Award

"Mondialogo" engineering award was established by Daimler and UNESCO to promote cooperation and dialogue between the engineering people from different countries and cultures, working together across continents on a joint project activity. The awa ...

                                               

Museum education

Museum education is a specialized area dedicated to the development and strengthening of the role of education, informal education, sites and institutions, such as museums. Its main goal is to engage visitors in learning experiences to enhance th ...

                                               

Nazareth College (New York)

The College of Nazareth, or "Naz" for short - is a private College in Pittsford, new York a suburb of Rochester, new York that offers 60 undergraduate majors and more than two dozen graduates of the program. The College was formerly known as Naza ...

                                               

Biblioteca de al-Andalus

Library de al-Andalus is a standard ENCYCLOPAEDIA of the academic discipline of al-Andalus studies. It includes articles on various aspects of cultural life in Muslim Spain, through the biographies of about 2400 Andalusian authors and a detailed ...

                                               

Castes and Tribes of Southern India

Castes and tribes of southern India, a seven-volume encyclopedia of social groups of Madras presidency and the princely state of Travancore, Mysore, Coorg and Pudukkottai, published by the British museologist Edgar Thurston, K. Rangachari in 1909.

                                               

Coptic Encyclopedia

The Coptic encyclopedia is an eight-volume work on the history, theology, linguistics, art, architecture, archeology and hagiography of Coptic Egypt. The encyclopedia was written by over 250 Western and Egyptian experts in the field of Coptology, ...

                                               

Encyclopaedia Biblica

The ENCYCLOPAEDIA Biblica: a critical dictionary of the literary, political and religious history, the archaeology, geography and natural history of the Bible, edited by Thomas Kelly Cheyne and John. Sutherland Black, is a critical encyclopedia o ...

                                               

Encyclopaedia Biblica (Israel)

The ENCYCLOPAEDIA Biblica is a Scholarly encyclopedia of the Hebrew Bible, published in Israel, the Bialik Institute, in Hebrew. The work is scientific, not religious, but because of his Jewish origin, he deals only with the Hebrew Bible and some ...

                                               

Encyclopaedia of Aboriginal Australia

The encyclopedia of aboriginal Australia: aboriginal and Torres Islander Strait history, society and culture, ed. by David Horton, is an ENCYCLOPAEDIA of publishing house "aboriginal studies Press" in Australian Institute of aboriginal and Torres ...

                                               

Encyclopedia Africana

Africana: the encyclopedia of the African and African American experience edited by Henry Louis gates and Anthony Appiah is a compendium of Africana studies including African studies and the "pan-African Diaspora" inspired by project B. E. W. Dub ...

                                               

Encyclopedia Lituanica

Encyclopedia Lituanica-the six-volume English language encyclopedia about Lithuania and Lithuania-related topics. It was published between 1970 and 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts to Lithuanian immigrants who fled from the Soviet occupation at the ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of India

Encyclopedia of India-four-volume encyclopedia on Indian history and culture, editor-in-chief Stanley Ualberta. This series was published by Gale in November 2005 under ISBN 978-0-684-31349-8. Library journal described the Wolperts work as "outst ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of Indigenous Peoples in Brazil

The encyclopedia of indigenous peoples in Brazil is a specialized encyclopedia about indigenous peoples in Brazil, published online since 1998 at the Institute Socioambiental. It presents more than 200 articles ethnographic data about indigenous ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of Indo-European Culture

Encyclopedia of Indo-European culture encyclopedia of Indo-European studies and proto-Indo-Europeans. Encyclopedia, edited by P. George. Mallory and Douglas Adams Century and published in 1997 Fitzroy Dearborn. Archaeological articles are written ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador

Encyclopedia of Newfoundland and Labrador is an encyclopedia commissioned by Joey Smallwood to capture the people, places, events and history of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Smallwoods perspective on the purpose of the encyclopedia ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance

Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance Sandra L. West and Aberjhani, is an encyclopedia, 2003, Life, events and culture in the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s to 1940s years. The book edition was published through the database of publishing activ ...

                                               

Encyclopedia Sindhiana

Encyclopedia Sindhiana, published by Sindhi language authority, is a General encyclopedia of knowledge especially covering a wide range of information about Sindh. Plan has published a total of fifteen volumes. Eleven volumes have been published ...

                                               

Estonica

Estonica is a comprehensive encyclopedia on topics related to Estonia, in particular with the culture and history of Estonia. The project was developed by the Estonian Institute since 2000. It is sponsored by, among others, Tiigrihupe. The Thinne ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of Fairy Tales

The encyclopedia of fairy Tales-German Handbook on international folkloristics, which runs to fifteen volumes and is recognized as the most comprehensive work in its field. It examines more than two centuries of research in the field of folk narr ...

                                               

Germanische Altertumskunde Online

German Altertumskunde Online, formerly Reallexikon der Germanischen Altertumskunde, German encyclopedia of the study of German history and culture, and the cultures that were in close contact with them. The first edition of the Reallexikon Der Ge ...

                                               

Giants, Monsters & Dragons

Giants, monsters and dragons: an encyclopedia of folklore, legends and myths-encyclopedia of monsters, folklore, myths, and legends, compiled by Carol rose. The book presents a small entry about monsters, folklore, myths and legends from around t ...

                                               

The Global Encyclopedia of Informality

                                               

The Greenwood Encyclopedia of African American Folklore

Four-volume encyclopedia of African American folklore is a three volume book published in December 2005 Greenwood press. It contains approximately 700 alphabetical entries, more than 100 participants. It serves as a comprehensive overview of all ...

                                               

Handbook of Middle American Indians

Handbook of middle American Indians-is a sixteen volume collection of Mesoamerica, from the Spanish period to the late twentieth century. Volumes on specific topics were published in the 1960s and 1970s under the General editorship of Robert wauc ...

                                               

Handbook of North American Indians

The book of North American Indians is a series of edited scholarly and reference books, mainly American studies, published by the Smithsonian institution beginning in 1978. Planning a series of handbooks began in the late 1960-ies was launched at ...

                                               

Handbook of South American Indians

Handbook of South American Indians is a monographic series of edited scholarly and reference books in the ethnographic studies published in the Smithsonian institution in the period between 1940 and 1947. In 1932, Baron Erland nordenskiöld agreed ...

                                               

Handbook of Texas

The Handbook of Texas is a comprehensive encyclopedia of Texas geography, history, and historical persons published by the Texas state historical Association.

                                               

Encyclopedia of Hinduism

Encyclopedia of Hinduism, 1st ed., 2012, is a comprehensive, multi-volume, English language encyclopedia of Hinduism, comprising sanātana Dharma, a Sanskrit phrase meaning "eternal law" or the "eternal way", which is used to denote Hinduism, Budd ...

                                               

Encyclopædia Iranica

Encyclopedia Of Iranica. is a project which aims to create a comprehensive and authoritative English language encyclopedia about the history, culture and civilization of Iranian peoples from prehistoric times to the present.

                                               

Jewish Virtual Library

The Jewish virtual library is an online encyclopedia published American–Israeli cooperative enterprise. This website covering topics about Israel–American relations, Jewish history, Israel, Holocaust, anti-Semitism and Judaism.

                                               

Larousse Gastronomique

Larousse gastronomic encyclopedia of cooking. Most of the books about French cuisine and contains recipes for French dishes and techniques of cooking. The first edition included a few French dishes and ingredients; later editions include much mor ...

                                               

Man, Myth & Magic (encyclopedia)

Man, myth and magic: the illustrated encyclopedia of the supernatural encyclopedia of the supernatural, including magic, mythology and religion. It was edited by Richard Cavendish. Art Director Brian Innes, formerly percussionist of the temperanc ...

                                               

National Cyclopedia of the Colored Race

National encyclopedia of the colored race was an encyclopedia on subjects of interest to African-Americans, published in 1919. Clement Richardson, a teacher at the tuskegee Institute, who became President of the Lincoln Institute during the year ...

                                               

The Oxford Companion to Food

Oxford companion to food is an encyclopedia about food. It was edited by Alan Davidson and published by Oxford University press in 1999. It was also issued in softcover under the name the Penguin companion to food. Second and third editions were ...

                                               

The Red Book of the Peoples of the Russian Empire

The red book of the peoples of the Russian Empire is a book about small peoples of the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union, Russia and some other post-Soviet States today. It was published in Estonian in 1991 and in English in 2001. In the Preface t ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of Serbian Historiography

Encyclopedia of Serbian historiography is a one-volume encyclopedia of Serbian historiography and related historical Sciences, edited and SIMA Cirkovic rade Mihaljcic.

                                               

Shorter Jewish Encyclopedia

Shorter Jewish encyclopedia was published in 11 volumes in Jerusalem in the period from 1976 to 2005 in Russia, according to the society for research on Jewish communities with the support of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem. In SJE is the only ...

                                               

The Encyclopaedia Sinica

Encyclopedia tit in 1917 in English encyclopedia about China and Chinese themes ed English missionary Samuel Couling. It covers a wide range of issues and provides insight into the perspectives of the early 20th century against China. Commentator ...

                                               

Sudanese Encyclopedia of Tribes and Genealogies

Sudanese encyclopedia of tribes and genealogies on the spine of Alsharif Qasim, printed in Khartoum Maktabat Afiruqraf in 1996. This encyclopedia comprises seven volumes and pages 2628. In his 12-page introduction, which is incorporated in the fi ...

                                               

Encyclopedia of White Power

Encyclopedia of White power: a Handbook on the Radical racist right is a reference book, edited by Jeffrey Kaplan. It focuses on the White power movement, mainly United States groups and individuals. In addition to the contributions of academics, ...

                                               

Heroes of the Environment

Heroes Wednesday was a list of the most notable environmentalists have chosen and compiled by the Time magazine. The award was established in 2007. Heroes of the environment 2007. Heroes of the environment 2009. Heroes of the environment 2008.

                                               

Heroes of the Environment (2007)

Heroes of the environment is a list published in Time magazine. The first list was published in October 2007. The list contains 43 entries, individuals or groups who have made a significant contribution to the preservation of the environment, and ...

                                               

Heroes of the Environment (2008)

Heroes of the environment is a list published in Time magazine. After the first list 2007 the following list was published in September 2008. The list contains 30 entries, individuals or groups who have made a significant contribution to the pres ...

                                               

Heroes of the Environment (2009)

Heroes of the environment is a list published in Time magazine. The third list was published in September 2009. It contains 30 entries, individuals or groups who have made a significant contribution to the preservation of the environment. It is d ...

                                               

Upcycling

Upcycling, also known as creative recycling, the process of turning by-products, waste, useless or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality and environmental value.

                                               

De spectaculis

De Spectaculis, also known as to the performances or the show, emerging from the moral and ascetic treatise of Tertullian. Written somewhere between 197-202, the work looks at the moral legitimacy and consequences of Christians attending the circ ...

                                               

Digital Maoism: The Hazards of the New Online Collectivism

In his online essay, in the journal region in may 2006, Lanier criticized the sometimes-stated the omniscience of collective wisdom, including examples such as the Wikipedia article about himself, describing it as "digital Maoism". He writes, "If ...

                                               

Rozz Tox Manifesto

In the Rozz Tox Manifesto is an essay 1980, the artist Gary Panter, in which Panter rejects the notion of the artist as Bohemian, instead, the artist is encouraged to work in capitalism to reach a wider market.

                                               

Why Have There Been No Great Women Artists?

"Why were no great women artists?" is the writing of 1971, the American art historian Linda Nochlin. It is a ground-breaking essay for the history of feminist art and feminist art theory.

                                               

Ethnic group

Ethnic group or ethnicity is a category of people who identificeret with each other, usually on the basis of the alleged similarities, such as common language, ancestry, history, Society, culture, nation or social treatment in their area of resid ...

                                               

Auto-segregation

Auto-segregation or self-segregation is the separation of a religious or ethnic group from the rest of society and the group itself. It can also mean the inability for normal social interaction and forms of social exclusion. Thanks to automatic s ...

                                               

Ciubotaru v. Moldova

Ciubotaru V. Moldova, was a case decided by the European court of human rights in 2010. Ciubotaru sought to have their nationality changed from Moldova to Romania, his birth and marriage, and Moldova refused. The court found that the procedure of ...

                                               

Cross-race effect

The cross-race effect-tendency to more easily recognize faces that are most familiar. A study was conducted that examined 271 real court cases. In photographic lineups, 231 witnesses participated in cross-race versus same-race identification. In ...

                                               

Ethnic minorities in Czechoslovakia

Czechoslovakia was founded as a country after the First world war with its borders outlined in the Treaty of Trianon and the Treaty of Versailles, although the new borders were de facto created about a year before. One of the main objects of thes ...

                                               

Deculturalization

Deculturalization is the process by which an ethnic group is forced to abandon their language, culture and customs. It is the destruction of the culture of the dominant group and its replacement of the culture of the dominant group. Deculturaliza ...

                                               

Ethnic identity development

The development of ethnic identity or ethnic-racial identity development involves the formation of personality In individuals of self-categorization in, and psychological attachment to the ethnic group. Ethnic identity is characterized as part of ...

                                               

Ethnic majority

Ethnic majority describes the numerical predominance of persons of ethnic group in total population of a particular political or geographic education. Ethnicity refers to genealogy, language, culture, historical identification with social groups ...

                                               

Ethnic option

Ethnic option is a term coined by sociologist Mary C. waters to Express his view that the ethnic identity of the descendants of immigrants-it is flexible, symbolic and voluntary, not a definitive aspect of their personality. Waters argues that wi ...

                                               

Ethnic origin

The concept of ethnic origin is an attempt to classify people, not according to their current nationality, but by their common social background. For example, someone living in a monocultural environment, speaking English and clearly a member of ...

                                               

Ethnic Power Relations

Ethnic dataset, the relations of power identifies all politically relevant ethnic groups, their size, and their access to state power in any country of the world with a population of at least 250.000 from 1946 until 2017. It includes annual data ...

                                               

Ethnic theme park

Ethnic theme parks theme parks based on the traditions and culture of different ethnic groups. These parks provide a glimpse into the culture and geographical areas around the world. Two examples of such parks for Windows around the world and hap ...

                                               

Ethnoburb

In the ethnoburb suburban residential and business area with a notable cluster of a particular ethnic minority population. Although the group may not constitute a majority in the region, this is a significant number of the population. May have a ...

                                               

Ethnocentrism

Ethnocentrism is a term used in sociology and anthropology to describe the act of judging another culture and considering that the values and norms of their culture is great – especially in regard to language, behavior, customs, and religion. The ...

                                               

Ethnogenesis

Ethnogenesis is "formation and development of ethnos". This can occur through a process of self-identification, as well as be the result of external authentication. The term in the mid-20th century neologism and refers to observable phenomenon, l ...

                                               

Ethnolinguistic group

Group ethno-linguistic group that is United as a single ethnic group and language. Most ethnic groups have their own language. Despite this, the term is often used to emphasize that language is the main basis for ethnic groups, particularly in re ...

                                               

Ethnopluralism

Ethnopluralism, sometimes called ethno-differentialism, the concept of the Nouvelle Droite, which relies on the preservation of and mutual respect for the identity and borders of the ethno-cultural regions. A key component is a "right to differen ...

                                               

Exonym and endonym

Exonym or xenonym is a foreign name of geographic places, groups of people, the individual, or the language or dialect. This common name is only used outside the place, group, or language community in question. Antonimos or self is an internal na ...

                                               

Geographical segregation

Geographical segregation exists whenever the proportion of population of two or more populations are not homogenous throughout a defined space. Populations can be considered any plant or animal human sex, adherents of a particular religion, peopl ...

                                               

Indigenization

Indigenization is the act of creating something more native, the transformation of some services, ideas, etc. in accordance with the local culture, especially through the use of more indigenous people in administration, employment etc. A term use ...

                                               

Legendary progenitor

Masculinity, femininity and "ghenos" or origin is associated with the legendary ancestors are the fundamental concepts of family identity in the ancient Greek and Etruscan eras. The Greeks have shown the principles of functionality of the family ...

                                               

Māori identity

Maori identity is the objective or subjective state of perceiving oneself as Maori and relate to māori. Most frequently as a Central element of Maori identity is Whakapapa, which in its most literal sense, requires blood-the origin of the Maori.

                                               

Meta-ethnicity

Meta-ethnicity is a relatively recent term sometimes used in the scientific literature and public discourse on ethnic studies. It describes the level of commonality that is wider and more than a nationality, but not necessarily correspond to nati ...

                                               

Minority stress

Minority stress describes chronically high levels of stress faced by members of stigmatized minority groups. This can be caused by a number of factors, including low levels of social support and low socio-economic status, was well aware of the ca ...

                                               

Monoculturalism

Monoculturalism policy or process of support, advocacy, or expressions of culture of a single social or ethnic group. This usually comes from beliefs within a dominant group that their cultural practices are superior to those of minority groups a ...

                                               

Monoethnicity

Mono-ethnicity is the presence of one ethnic group in a given region or country. It is the opposite of multi-ethnicity. A very mono-ethnic countries, although no country is 100% of one ethnic group. China is the largest predominantly monoethnic c ...

                                               

Nation

A nation is a stable community of people, formed on the basis of common language, territory, history, ethnicity or psychological make-up manifested in a common culture. The nation is more apolitical than ethnicity, he was described as a "fully mo ...

                                               

Native American identity in the United States

Native American identity in the United States is a developing topic based on the struggle to define "native American" or "Indian" for people who consider themselves native American and for people who dont. Some people strive for individuality, wh ...

                                               

Panethnicity

Panethnicity is a political neologism used to group the various ethnic groups on the basis of their cultural origin, geographic, linguistic, religious or racial similarity, is often used alone or in combination to draw a panethnic boundary. The t ...

                                               

Polyculturalism

Polyculturalism is an ideological approach to the consequences of intercultural interaction in a geographical area that emphasizes the similarities and enduring interdependence, the group, which identificeret yourself as an individual, thus blurr ...

                                               

Polyethnicity

Poly means proximity to people of different nationalities within one country or other specific geographic region. This also applies to the ability and willingness of individuals to identify themselves with multiple ethnicities. It occurs when mul ...

                                               

Qaum

Qaum-Arabic word for people. It may refer to a community of people who share a common language, culture, nationality, origin, and / or history. In this definition, a nation has no physical borders. However, it can also refer to people who share a ...

                                               

Race and ethnicity in censuses

Currently, many countries and national censuses to enumerate or have previously enumerated their populations by race, ethnicity, nationality, or a combination of these characteristics. Different countries have different classifications and varian ...

                                               

Race and health

Race and health refers to how identified with a particular race influences health. Race is a complex concept that varies in time and space and depends on how identity and social recognition. In the study of race and health scientists, to organize ...

                                               

The Race Question

The racial issue is the first of four UNESCO statements about issues of race. It was published on 18 July 1950 after the end of World War II and Nazi racism, to explain what is scientifically known about race and as a moral condemnation of racism ...

                                               

Racialized society

Racial society is a society where socio-economic inequality, segregation in housing and the low level of mixed marriages are the norm, when people definitions of identity and choices of intimate relations to identify racial identity. Racial socie ...

                                               

Supraethnicity

Supraethnicity is a scientific neologism, used primarily in the social Sciences as a formal designation for a particular structural category that is "above" the basic level of ethnicity. It is often paired with subethnicity, such a technical term ...

                                               

Symbolic ethnicity

In sociology, the symbolic is a nostalgic loyalty, love and pride for cultural traditions that can be felt and lived without having to be switched on individuals everyday behavior, as such, symbolic ethnic identity usually consists of an image fr ...

                                               

White Privilege Conference

White Privilege conference is an annual conference convened to discuss the issue of white privilege. The conference has several workshops and groups for students and adults about racism, race, perceived white privilege, sexism, black oppression a ...

                                               

White Racial Identity Development

White racial model of personality developed by the psychologist Janet Helms in 1990. This racial and ethnic model of personality designed specifically for people who identificeret themselves as white. This theory, largely under the influence of W ...

                                               

Alai Balai

Balai is a cultural event held during the Navarathri festivities before Dassera. It shows the life of people in the state of Telangana. The festival aims to spread camaraderie and brotherhood among the people.

                                               

Berlin Art Week

Berlin Art Week is a 6 day cultural event which takes place in Berlin, Germany, once a year in autumn and is organizing Kulturprojekte Berlin GmbH. Berlin art week to see the contemporary works of art from around the world, part of the events, op ...

                                               

Bor, Mamor, Benye

Bor Mamor, the Those festival - festival in the gardens of Erdobenye was born in 2009 from the session the idea of the six wineries in Hungary, Tokaj-Hegyalja, Erdobenye. Local winemakers, who later joined the Association – made this gastro-cultu ...

                                               

Doors Open Days

Open days open days or just to ensure free access to buildings not normally open to the public. The first open day was held in France in 1984, and this concept has spread in Europe, North America, Australia and other countries. Open doors days co ...

                                               

Freie Berliner Kunstausstellung

In free Berliner Kunstausstellung in" free Berlin art exhibition” in Berlin, was unique in its structure”. For 24 years, from 1971 to 1995, he was the only non-jury art exhibitions in Europe. It opened after the Grose hotel Berliner Kunstausstell ...

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