1 edition of Ha-Ḥevrah ha-ezraḥit ke-merḥav shel sheliṭah ṿe-hitnagdut found in the catalog.
Meḥḳar ṿe-ʻiyun--sotsyologyah--Cover.Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-183).
|Statement||Hotsaʼat sefarim ʻa. sh. Y.L. Magnes|
|Publishers||Hotsaʼat sefarim ʻa. sh. Y.L. Magnes|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 109 p. :|
|Number of Pages||99|
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Chapter 2: Patrick Geddes and Frank Mears: The First Master-Plan, 1919-1920• Description Book — 241 pages ; 25 cm. Chapter 4: Frank Mears and Benjamin Chaikin: First Three New Buildings, 1926-1929• Each plan and building presented an interpretation of a university conception that also related to prevailing styles and ideological trends. Description Book — 410 p. She faces the challenge of teaching third grade in one of the most difficult neighborhoods in Jerusalem where poverty, violence, and unemployment are widespread.
Once the Dome of the Rock was built during early Islam, the edifice replaced the temple and for centuries pilgrims, travelers, and locals would climb up to the Mount Scopus summit for the magnificent view it afforded. Description Book — 228, ii p. Internationally famous town-planners and architects such as Patrick Geddes and Erich Mendelsohn took part in designing the campus. Chapter 7: Erich Mendelsohn: Secular Spirituality, 1934-1941• The book also reveals comparatively unknown architects and their contribution to the campus.
Chapter 1: Jerusalem and the Mount Scopus Site• Description Book — 13, 178 pages ; 23 cm.
Chapter 2: Patrick Geddes and Frank Mears: The First Master-Plan, 1919-1920• It follows the years of the British Mandate rule over Palestine, bookended between the Ottoman Empire government and Israel's independence-an era of great changes in the area, Jerusalem in particular.
Using her unique approach, combining uncompromising discipline with love she generates a real change in the lives of her students.
Description Book — 241 pages ; 25 cm.