Dans une declaration a l'agence TAP, en marge du seminaire TAIEX sur la legislation en vigueur dans le secteur du bois
et de l'ameublement, organise a Tunis a l'initiative de la commission europeenne en partenariat avec le CETIBA, le responsable a indique que la production annuelle du secteur est estimee a 2 500 millions de dinars alors que les exportations ne depassent pas les 15% (374 millions de dinars en 2017).
After receiving his bachelor's degree from Fisk in 1888, Du Bois
continued his studies at Harvard, enrolling as a junior and receiving his second bachelor's degree in 1890, followed by his MA in 1891 and PhD in 1895.
For us, getting buy-in on digital involved taking a step back and identifying the low-hanging fruit and where the opportunities were to strike hard and fast," Du Bois
If in The Souls of Black Folk Du Bois
speaks of "unreconciled strivings", "the double-aimed struggle", "the waste of double aims" in reference to African Americans, Wright accentuates the division in the white racial consciousness, the clash between whites' self-assumed air of righteousness and their attitudes to African Americans:
amp;nbsp;An advocate of peace and nuclear disarmament, through his discourse and polemic, Du Bois
opposed a variety of instruments of oppression ranging from lynchings, Jim Crow laws, and discrimination in education and employment.
could not have joined Mead, who was not in New York at the time but off doing research in Bali.
one of the founders of Clos du Bois
winery, died May 8 in San Francisco at the age of -81.
As 2013 comes to a close, we remember Dr William Edward Burghardt Du Bois
(better known as W.
Fragrance Du Bois
, a leading luxury perfume house, is showcasing a range of custom-made Agarwood jewellery pieces, besides its already known fragrances and organic Oud oils at a leading jewellery exhibition in Bahrain.
Sonoma-based winery Clos du Bois
and chic home decor and fashion destination C.
, suggesting that African Americans and Native Americans collaborate.
of Miami) pay tribute to Du Bois
"as one of the most remarkable Africanists and Pan-Africanists in history" by collecting 40 examples of Du Bois
's writings on African and Pan-African issues.
as a work of political philosophy in the tradition of Thomas Hobbes or John Rawls?
and the Struggle for African American Identity and Memory
I hesitate to say that the book is primarily about Du Bois
's personal religiosity because the editors acknowledge that the focus is on what Du Bois
said, not what he did, and that it is not a study of his church attendance (or lack thereof), or how, if at all, he lived religion (xx-xxi).