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World Association of International Studies

PAX, LUX ET VERITAS SINCE 1965
Topic Geography Category: General
Created by John Eipper on 08/26/10 5:02 AM

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Bariloche, Argentina: Bavaria in the Andes ... (Timothy Ashby, -Spain, 03/01/21 3:47 am) A few decades ago I visited Bariloche, in the foothills of the Argentine Andes, a charmingly ersatz Bavarian village that had an influx of "Austrians" after WWII. I had a friendly conv ...
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Richter, Lysenko: A Pseudo-Science Hall of Fame? ... (John Eipper, USA, 03/02/21 3:23 am) Gary Moore writes: To Timothy Ashby's interesting travelogue on ...
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Solvang, California: Denmark of the West ... (Francisco Ramirez, USA, 02/28/21 12:00 pm) John E asked about "faux" European hamlets in the US. How about Solvang in Southern California for the "Danish look"? Also for the film Sideways and the rise of Pin ...
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Bariloche, Argentina: Bavaria in the Andes ... (Timothy Ashby, -Spain, 03/01/21 3:47 am) A few decades ago I visited Bariloche, in the foothills of the Argentine Andes, a charmingly ersatz ...
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Is Remembering Magellan Politically Correct? ... (Eugenio Battaglia, Italy, 10/19/20 2:40 pm) Let me congratulate Silvia Ribelles on her post! However is it politically correct? JE comments: Probably not, Eugenio, as Magellan evokes imperialism and several other unsavory &qu ...
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Remembering Lapu-Lapu, Defender of the Philippines ... (Francisco Ramirez, USA, 10/20/20 3:59 am) The man who killed Magellan was the chief of the island of Mactan and he was called Lapu-Lapu. ...
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