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Fernando Báez lo volvió a hacer: Trilogía de su obra le gana el apoyo de la crítica en México

Editorial Oceáno de México ha publicado Maravillas del Mundo de Fernando Báez, tres volúmenes en 16000 páginas con cientos de dastos e imágenes, un hecho notable para quienes defendemos su obra. Enlace: http://www.oceano.mx/obras/maravillas-perdidas-fernando-baez-14351.aspx

Tehran Times dedica primera página a ensayo sobre ideas de Báez

El Tehran Times, en un texto de Hamid Golpira, ha sorprendido con una nota sobre saqueo cultural y considera a Fernando Báez como la máxima autoridad mundial sobre el tema A war on the past, present, and future By Hamid Golpira The Iraq war is actually a war against the past, present, and future. It is a war against the past because the occupiers are implementing a program of cultural destruction. Iraq is one of the cradles of world civilization. And much of the world’s cultural heritage has been lost as a result of the war. The most egregious example of this was the looting of the National Museum of Iraq after the fall of Baghdad in 2003. Venezuelan writer Fernando Baez called it the worst act of cultural destruction to befall Iraq since 1258, which was the year Hulegu Khan and the Mongolians conquered Baghdad, destroyed the Abbasid caliphate and burned its capital, killed 200,000 to 500,000 residents of the city, destroyed the libraries of Baghdad, including the Grand Libr

Canadá celebra obra de Fernando Báez

En el discurso inaugural ante The Caribbean Studies Program, de la Universidad de Toronto, la académica Maria Paez Victor destacó la importancia de las teorías e investigaciones de Fernando Báez en el desarrollo de los estudios culturales sobre América Latina en lengua inglesa. Esto coincide con la aparición de numerosos artículos y ensayos que lo citan en revistas de Estados Unidos. Aqui coloco la conferencia: From Conquistadores, Dictators and Multinationals to the Bolivarian Revolution by Maria Paez Victor – Znet December 4th 2009, Keynote speech at the Conference on Land and Freedom, of The Caribbean Studies Program, University of Toronto, October 31, 2009. ("It is important not to forget that one has forgotten") F. Baez [1] I come to talk about some horrific things that have befallen Latin American and Caribbean people, but I also will talk about some extraordinary things that are making our America the most hope-filled region, a beacon for the planet's