Synonyms for tuchman or Related words with tuchman
Examples of "tuchman"
is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Matthews was born on July 4, 1946, to Barbara
(1912–1989), historian and Pulitzer Prize winner, and Lester
(c. 1904–1997), medical researcher and professor of clinical medicine at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Her maternal grandfather was banker Maurice Wertheim.
was born in Jacksonville, Florida, though he was raised in a Jewish neighborhood of the Bronx.
attended the City University of New York as an undergraduate, and completed a PhD in Art History at Columbia University.
states in the Mass Media book for A-level students on page 109 that women are represented far less than males on TV.
also stated that when women have roles, they are mostly negative.
The book was described by "Foreign Affairs" as "in the
tradition: readable, entertaining, intelligent."
founded Skylight Entertainment, a holding company for several sports and entertainment businesses in March 2011.
"11 Los Angeles Artists", Curated by Maurice
and Jane Livingston, Hayward Gallery, London, 1971
"LA8: Painting and Sculpture 76", Curated by Maurice
, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 1976
is a reporter on the American cable news channel CNN.
has been a frequent guest on CNN, CNBC, CBS Moneywatch and Fox Business News.
(born 1959) is an American businessman and founder of global outsourcing company TeleTech.
received a BSBA from Boston University and an MBA from Harvard University.
received the St. Louis Literary Award from the Saint Louis University Library Associates.
In her book "The March of Folly", Barbara
notes that the earth has been called The Meadow of Atë.
described him as “an exuberant, energetic, almost violent man, with … bright peasant’s eyes behind spectacles and a loud voice”.
He is described by Holger Herwig as “slender, almost delicate” and by
as “svelte, delicate, small-boned”.
was part of the international jury that awarded the Carnegie Prize to Anselm Kiefer and Richard Serra.
The Guns of August (1962), also published as "August 1914", is a volume of history by Barbara W.
. It is centered on the first month of World War I. After introductory chapters,
describes in great detail the opening events of the conflict. Its focus then becomes a military history of the contestants, chiefly the great powers.
Along with fellow art historian Esti Dunow,
is co-author of the Chaim Soutine catalogue raisonné.
and Dunow also coordinated "The New Landscape/The New Still Life: Soutine and Modern Art” at Cheim & Read in New York in 2006 and "“Soutine/Bacon" at Helly Nahmad Gallery in New York in 2011.
Leo is the fifth of the six popes who are unfavorably profiled by historian Barbara
in "The March of Folly", and who are blamed by her with precipitating the Protestant Reformation.
describes Leo as a cultured - if religiously devout - hedonist.
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