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First Seminar 101, Section 27: “America’s First Ladies”First Seminar 101, Section 27: “America’s First Ladies”
Methods of evaluation will include the writing of two short papers, an annotated bibliography on a First Lady of your choice, leadership of two class discussions and participation in all other class discussions
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Master of Arts with a Major in History Concentration in Race, Ethnicity and SocietyMaster of Arts with a Major in History Concentration in Race, Ethnicity and Society
Exploring these themes will allows students to develop complex historical views to assess and evaluate the role of shifting ideas and constructions of race as part of social change and to connect these processes to current debates over ethnicity and multiculturalism
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The American Experience: abolishing slaveryThe American Experience: abolishing slavery
While we will draw on a variety of source materials, we will place at the center of our unfolding narrative biographies of the complicated
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Course objectivesCourse objectives
We will examine how the political, social, and cultural legacy of Stalinism shaped the possibilities for reform in the post-Stalin period
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Declarations of independenceDeclarations of independence
Novels, films, and rock lyrics explore the ongoing urge to throw off the bonds of the past and declare one's personal independence
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Civil War and Reconstruction amh 3170 Fall 2015 T/Th, 9: 25am-10: 40am Building 39, Rm. 3063 course requirements (exams, assignments, etc.) Think PiecesCivil War and Reconstruction amh 3170 Fall 2015 T/Th, 9: 25am-10: 40am Building 39, Rm. 3063 course requirements (exams, assignments, etc.) Think Pieces
The purpose of these short writing assignments is to help you make better sense of the reading materials and be better equipped to contribute to class discussion. These think pieces are worth 25% of your total course grade
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Blackboard: There is a blackboard site for this class; the username and password should be “ashanken.” Course descriptionBlackboard: There is a blackboard site for this class; the username and password should be “ashanken.” Course description
Walk-ins are welcome, but to guarantee a spot please sign up on the sheet on my office door ahead of time
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The bloomsbury group: bibliography of articles by the membersThe bloomsbury group: bibliography of articles by the members
Book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments, and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the United Church of England and Ireland: together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David. Oxford, Oxford up
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Essay Tips for Writing Art History EssaysEssay Tips for Writing Art History Essays
Style, 14th edition (1993). But this is a large and daunting publication; few but professional editors navigate with confidence amid its complexities
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Expectations for the Master of Arts Thesis: Division of Art History the m. A. Thesis: overviewExpectations for the Master of Arts Thesis: Division of Art History the m. A. Thesis: overview
You should define the paper’s content, scope, and length with each of your readers and devise a schedule for internal and external deadlines to make sure that you successfully complete the M. A. Thesis within the acceptable timeframe allotted to you for
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Dr. Austin\Dr. Austin's Contact Information: Office Hours
Director of the African American Studies Program and Associate Professor of Political Science
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History of Global Health History of Science 148 Spring 2013 Lecture TimeHistory of Global Health History of Science 148 Spring 2013 Lecture Time
This course will meet twice weekly for lectures and once a week in small group sections. Graduate students can enroll in a separate graduate seminar section
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Outcomes Unit OutcomesOutcomes Unit Outcomes
In addition, you’ll be reviewing research strategies that will help you to find the highest quality information in the most efficient manner possible
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Dpi 714: The United States and the World: Politics, Policy, and the Uses of History Prof. Moshik TemkinDpi 714: The United States and the World: Politics, Policy, and the Uses of History Prof. Moshik Temkin
More broadly, what have been the roles of the United States in the wider world? What place has the wider world had in shaping American domestic policies? And how can this history help us in understanding, and formulating
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Dpi 714: The United States and the World: Politics, Policy, and the Uses of History Prof. Moshik TemkinDpi 714: The United States and the World: Politics, Policy, and the Uses of History Prof. Moshik Temkin
What place has the wider world had in the formation of American domestic policies? Are we now seeing the decline of American power, and what answers does history offer us to this question?
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