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Voces

Compartiendo voces que tienen algo interesante que decir sobre cultura, salud, cine, teatro, música, educación, tecnología, talleres, etc.

PublishesDailyEpisodes134Founded3 years ago
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Spanish
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¿Qué libro estás leyendo? ¿Cuál es tu libro favorito? Los libros siempre nos acompañan, ya sea impresos o digitales, en los diversos géneros. Por cierto, ¿ya escuchaste la plática con Irene Vallejo? more

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Tuve el honor y el gusto de platicar con Irene Vallejo sobre "El infinito en un junco" y la historia de cómo escribió este maravilloso libro. ¡Los invito a ver esta linda charla! more

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a month ago

Se acaba la infancia y se acerca la adolescencia, hablemos sobre la pubertad y qué significa para padres e hijos. Con Rebeca Dallal y el Psic. Miguel Ángel Macías Poceros. more

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Con Rebeca Dallal y el Psic. Miguel Ángel Macías Poceros. Segundo programa sobre los hij@s en edad escolar. En este programa hablamos sobre las formas de aprender: more

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4 months ago

Con Rebeca Dallal y el Psic. Miguel Ángel Macías Poceros. Primer programa (introducción) sobre los hij@s en edad escolar. En este programa hablamos sobre las 4 grandes esferas que representan la vida de nuestros hijos. more

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5 months ago

Segunda charla con el Prof. Miguel Zugasti sobre el libro que edita "Naufragio y peregrinación, Pedro Gobeo de Vitoria", la expedición que partió de Sevilla en 1594 y que acabó naufragando frente a las costas del Pacífico de los actuales países de Co... more

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5 months ago

Interesantísima plática con el Prof. Dr. Miguel Zugasti de la Universidad de Navarra. Gran, gran charla con un apasionado conocedor que, además, es excelente conversador. ¡En verdad los invito a verla y compartirla!Goethe-Universität Frankfurt #teatr... more

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Con Rebeca Dallal y el Psic. Miguel Ángel Macías Poceros, invitados: Rocío Trinidad y Emmanuel Benítez, hablando sobre los mitos que hay sobre ir a terapia, los pretextos que usamos para no ir, qué pasa durante un proceso terapéutico y más! more

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5 months ago

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