Item description for Mezcla y diviertete: Dinosaurios: Mix-up Pop-ups: Jurassic Jumble, Spanish-Language Edition (Spanish Edition) by Stephen Holmes, Keith Faulkner, Susana del Moral, Gzon-nu-rgyal-mchog , Dkon-mchog-rgyal-mtshan , Angela L. Coe, Open University & B. Teissier...
Overview As a hungry dinosaur hunts for dinner, young readers may combine the top and bottom parts of each spread to create entirely new kinds of creature, which will then pop out of the page.
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Studio: Silver Dolphin en Espanol
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 7.75" Height: 11.5" Weight: 0.7 lbs.
Release Date Oct 10, 2005
Publisher Silver Dolphin en Espanol
ISBN 970718292X ISBN13 9789707182929
Availability 0 units.
More About Stephen Holmes, Keith Faulkner, Susana del Moral, Gzon-nu-rgyal-mchog , Dkon-mchog-rgyal-mtshan , Angela L. Coe, Open University & B. Teissier
After receiving his PhD from Yale in 1976, Holmes taught briefly at Yale and Wesleyan Universities before becoming a member of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton in 1978. From Princeton, he moved to Harvard University's Department of Government, where he stayed until 1985, the year he joined the faculty at the University of Chicago. At the University of Chicago, Professor Stephen Holmes served as Director of the Center for the Study of Constitutionalism in Eastern Europe and as editor-in-chief of the East European Constitutional Review. He has also been the Director of the Soros Foundation program for promoting legal reform in Russia and Eastern Europe. Holmes' research centers on the history of European liberalism and the disappointments of democracy and economic liberalization after communism. In 1984, he published Benjamin Constant and the Making of Modern Liberalism. Since then, he has published a number of articles on democratic and constitutional theory as well as on the theoretical origins of the welfare state. In 1988, he was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to complete a study of the theoretical foundations of liberal democracy. He was a member of the Wissenschaftskolleg in Berlin during the 1991 academic year. His Anatomy of Antiliberalism appeared in 1993. And in 1995, he published Passions and Constraint: The Theory of Liberal Democracy; in this work, Holmes presents a spirited vindication of classical liberalism and its notions of constitutional government. He coauthored, with Cass Sunstein, a book on The Cost of Rights (Norton, 1998).
Stephen Holmes currently resides in the state of New Jersey. Stephen Holmes has an academic affiliation as follows - New York University.