The Philosophy Program and the Library invite to the new cycle of “Passions, Vices & Virtues – Pavivir,” an open and plural space for critical reflection on the disturbing nature of human affections and their place in ethical and political practices and aesthetics of our time.
Bibliographic managers are potent tools that simplify the citation and referencing process. Therefore, the Library offers a complementing training workshop on Mendeley.
“New Islands,” the first cycle of the 2021 Laboratory, will explore the aspects of the contemporary Latin American tale and its relationship with science and the arts produced on the same continent.
Under the title “Comic Anatomies,” the program returns in 2021 with three cycles that deepen theoretical and practical aspects of this literary genre: drawing, script, and digital comics.
The resource provides access to virtual publications edited by the Inter-American Development Bank, based on its research and other sources.
The elderly population has been one of the most vulnerable in pandemic times. Recognizing this problem, the Library presents a new program aimed primarily at those over 65 years of age.
In support of academic activities and the Externadista community’s well-being in mind, one of the Library’s most popular services was reactivated in March.
The Philosophy Program and the Library invite to the new cycle of Passions, Vices & Virtues – PAVIVIR. It is an open and plural space for critical reflection on the troubling nature of human affections and their influence on ethical, political, and aesthetic practices of our time.
Recognized among legal professionals, vLex is a coss-cutting resource to other knowledge areas; it integrates content and legal analysis from 130 countries in the same database.
The program, which premiered in 2020, seeks to magnify its scope by developing the “Creative Arts” cycle, a fun approach to various expressions focused on girls and boys between the ages of 7 and 9.