|Author:||Ruth Nanda Anshen|
|Title:||Our Emergent Civilization (Essay index reprint series)|
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|Publisher:||Ayer Co Pub; First Edition edition (June 1, 1947)|
6 1/4"x9 1/2" 339 page gray hardcover book with gold spine lettering. Publisher-Harper & Brothers in 1947. Home All Categories History Books World History Books Our Emergent Civilization (Essay index reprint series). ISBN13: 9780836921014. Our Emergent Civilization. by Ruth Nanda Anshen.
Author: Ruth Nanda Anshen. Publisher: New York, Harper. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Anshen, Ruth Nanda. New York, Harper (OCoLC)600378490.
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Our emergent civilization. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Our emergent civilization. from your list? Our emergent civilization. Published 1947 by Harper in New York. Science of culture series,, v. 4. Classifications.
Series: Essay index reprint series. Hardcover: 257 pages. Publisher: Ayer Co Pub (June 1, 1977).
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She was the author of several books including The Anatomy of Evil, Biography of An Idea, Morals Equals Manners and The Mystery of Consciousness: A Prescription for Human Survival. Anshen was born on June 14, 1900 in Lynn, Massachusetts to Jewish Russian immigrants. She studied at Boston University under Alfred North Whitehead. The Western World in the Twentieth Century: A Source Book from the Contemporary Civilization Program in Columbia College, Columbia University By Bernard Wishy Columbia University Press, 1961.
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