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TomTom Maps United States 2GB v905.4807
26 March 2013

TomTom Maps United States 2GB v905.4807
TomTom Maps United States 2GB 905.4807

With more than 90 countries and over 30 million kilometres of road, there’s bound to be a TomTom travel map for your next trip abroad. Easy and cost effective, TomTom’s Map Update Service allows you to always drive with the latest map and ensure you continue to enjoy the best navigation experience.
Eastern and Southern Europe Travel Guides Collection
24 March 2013

Eastern and Southern Europe Travel Guides Collection
Eastern and Southern Europe Travel Guides Collection
Eastern and Southern Europe tourism and travel information guides
Eastern & Northern & Southern Europe Q3 2012 ÌÍ6.5+ Reality View
24 December 2012

Eastern & Northern & Southern Europe Q3 2012 ÌÍ6.5+ Reality View

Eastern & Northern & Southern Europe Q3 2012 ÌÍ6.5 + Reality View | 4.14MB
Coverage Area: SouthernEurope + Nothern Europe + Eastern Europe


SouthernEurope + Nothern Europe + Eastern Europe
A Mess of Greens: Southern Gender and Southern Food
14 April 2012

A Mess of Greens: Southern Gender and Southern Food

A Mess of Greens: Southern Gender and Southern Food
English | ISBN: 0820340375, 0820334715 | 2011 | 248 pages | PDF | 4.1 MB

Combining the study of food culture with gender studies and using perspectives from historical, literary, environmental, and American studies, Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt examines what southern women’s choices about food tell us about race, class, gender, and social power.
The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe: Volume 1, 1700-1870
10 October 2010

The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe: Volume 1, 1700-1870


The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe: Volume 1, 1700-1870 by Stephen Broadberry, Kevin H. O'Rourke


Cambridge University Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0521882028, 0521708389 | 344 pages | PDF | 6 MB



Unlike most existing textbooks on the economic history of modern Europe, which offer a country-by-country approach, The Cambridge Economic History of Modern Europe rethinks Europe's economic history since 1700 as unified and pan-European, with the material organised by topic rather than by country. This first volume is centred on the transition to modern economic growth, which first occurred in Britain before spreading to other parts of western Europe by 1870. Each chapter is written by an international team of authors who cover the three major regions of northern Europe, southern Europe, and central and eastern Europe.
Europe (in Theory)
25 January 2012

Europe (in Theory)

Europe (in Theory)

2007 | 288 | ISBN: 0822339277 , 0822339056 | PDF | 4 Mb

Europe (in Theory) is an innovative analysis of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century ideas about Europe that continue to inform thinking about culture, politics, and identity today. Drawing on insights from subaltern and postcolonial studies, Roberto M. Dainotto deconstructs imperialism not from the so-called periphery but from within Europe itself. He proposes a genealogy of Eurocentrism that accounts for the way modern theories of Europe have marginalized the continent’s own southern region, portraying countries including Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal as irrational, corrupt, and clan-based in comparison to the rational, civic-minded nations of northern Europe. Dainotto argues that beginning with Montesquieu’s The Spirit of Laws (1748), Europe not only defined itself against an “Oriental” other but also against elements within its own borders: its South. He locates the roots of Eurocentrism in this disavowal; internalizing the other made it possible to understand and explain Europe without reference to anything beyond its boundaries....
Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains: Early Holocene Projectile Points and Land Use in the High Country
8 November 2010

Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains: Early Holocene Projectile Points and Land Use in the High Country

Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains: Early Holocene Projectile Points and Land Use in the High Country

University Press of Colorado 2003 | 292 | ISBN: 0870817280 | PDF | 5 Mb

"Late Paleoindian Occupation of the Southern Rocky Mountains" explores how some of North AmericaA’s earliest people used the Rocky Mountain landscape 10,000 to 7,500 years ago. Bonnie L. Pitblado is particularly concerned with the extent to which early people incorporated the southern Rocky Mountains into their settlement systems and how late Paleoindian people moved across the southern Rocky Mountain landscape. Based on extensive research comparing more than 600 painstakingly documented late Paleoindian projectile points from Colorado and Utah, this book reveals profound regional differences along three axes of projectile point variability, which suggests equally profound regional differences in late Paleoindian settlement strategies. Pitblado highlights unique characteristics of early human use of the southern Rocky Mountains, but the comparative nature of the research also yields new inferences about late Paleoindian use of the Colorado Plains, the Utah Great Basin, and the Colorado Plateau. ...
The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America
27 November 2011

The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America

The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America

2010 | 336 | ISBN: 0195382633 | PDF | 5 Mb

Southern California has long been promoted as the playground of the world, the home of resort-style living, backyard swimming pools, and year-round suntans. Tracing the history of Southern California from the late nineteenth century through the late twentieth century, The Frontier of Leisure reveals how this region did much more than just create lavish resorts like Santa Catalina Island and Palm Springs--it literally remade American attitudes towards leisure. Lawrence Culver shows how this "culture of leisure" gradually took hold with an increasingly broad group of Americans, and ultimately manifested itself in suburban developments throughout the Sunbelt and across the United States. He further shows that as Southern Californians promoted resort-style living, they also encouraged people to turn inward, away from public spaces and toward their private homes and communities. Impressively researched, a fascinating and lively read, this finely nuanced history connects Southern Californian recreation and leisure to larger historical themes, including regional development, architecture and urban planning, race relations, Indian policy, politics, suburbanization, and changing perceptions of nature....
Quick-Fix Southern: Homemade Hospitality in 30 Minutes or Less
5 December 2011

Quick-Fix Southern: Homemade Hospitality in 30 Minutes or Less


Quick-Fix Southern: Homemade Hospitality in 30 Minutes or Less by Rebecca Lang


Andr.ws McM.el P-lishing | 2011 | ISBN: 1449401104, 1449406688 | 192 pages | epub | 8,2 MB



In Quick-Fix Southern, Rebecca Lang, cookbook author and contributing editor for Southern Living magazine, promises homemade hospitality--Southern style--in 30 minutes or less. Lang dishes up 115 recipes grouped in 10 themes ranging from Rise and Shine breakfasts to Sipping on the Screened Porch beverages, Girls' Night In party pleasers, and Southern Sweets desserts. In addition to photography, the book features cooking and preparation time for the effortless recipes.
Wliw - Visions of Europe 07of16 Italy Southern Style (2010) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
13 October 2012

Wliw - Visions of Europe 07of16 Italy Southern Style (2010) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
Wliw - Visions of Europe 07of16 Italy Southern Style (2010) DvDrip XviD AC3-MVGroup
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Part 7: Italy Southern Style
Takes viewers over the charming cliff sides of Sorrento and the picturesque fishing ports of Positano, San Marco, Nicotera, Diamante and other stops along the "Calabrian Riviera;" up the "Valley of the Dragon" to towering Ravello; past the pristine Greek temples at Paestum; into the heart of the action at the bustling seaport of Salerno and swordfishing crews at Bagnara Calabra; over the crossroads of Cosenza; around the palace and formal gardens of old Caserta, the abbey at MonteCassino, the Pope's summer residence at Lake CastelGondolfo, the breathtaking fountains at Tivoli Gardens (Villa D'Este) and, with a bird's eye view, the striking juxtaposition of ancient and modern Rome. We see the most well known sites of these cities - but from an unprecedented perspective.