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Books, ebooks, films, videos, CD's, DVD's, audiocassettes on Complexity Theory to equip four libraries at the Cathedrae of Complexity Studies in Holguin and Camaguey Province ($1250 each, plus $500 shipping costs to Cuba)
Monetary assistance to publish booklength manuscript on the ecology of Cuba -- as viewed through the lens of complexity thoery ($2000 plus shipping costs to Cuba)
Non-US Donors only: B/W and color Ink cartridge sets for printers 6 needed $ 75 each (including shipping)
Surge Protectors 6 needed $ 50 each (including shipping)
Please mail checks to: Friends of Havana’s January Complexity Seminars, 4432 Volta Place NW., Washington, D.C. 20007. In-kind contributions of books and other informational materials (in excellent condition only, please) are also gratefully accepted. To arrange for delivery of in-kind contributions or for information on how to wire a donation to Friends of..., please email Alicia Juarrero, the Organization’s Secretary-Treasurer -- email@example.com.
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FriFriends of Havana's January Complexity Seminars supports and encourages the ongoing and future study of Complexity Theory in Cuba by encouraging and supporting graduate and professional-level research and written publications in Complexity Theory. The organization purchases and collects donations of books and other informational materials on Complexity Theory for delivery to the six Cathedrae of Complexity Studies located throughout the island. The organization also publishes research results presented at biennial January seminars sponsored by Havana's Instituto de Filosofia's Chair of Complexity Studies, an academic program dedicated to the study of the philosophical, methodological, and epistemological implications of Complexity Theory.