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Course: hsta 255: Montana Professor Jeff WiltseCourse: hsta 255: Montana Professor Jeff Wiltse
Describe in a brief statement how your course addresses Indian Education for All
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Health in a changing world This international course is organised with the support of the cohehre academyHealth in a changing world This international course is organised with the support of the cohehre academy
The International Course: Health in a Changing World is organised as a meeting platform for all the students of Cohehre partner institution
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Chinese chinese 110 non-intensive elementary chinese IChinese chinese 110 non-intensive elementary chinese I
Approximately 180 characters in simplified form. The major goal of this course in to help students develop the basic skill in listening, speaking, reading and writing
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American literature course descriptionAmerican literature course description
American literature is emphasized throughout the course. By the end of this course students will have developed an intimate familiarity with the American literary scene while also acquiring a firm grasp on the ways in which ideas can be
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English/csct 4AW3: Asian American Literature Winter 2010English/csct 4AW3: Asian American Literature Winter 2010
A range of issues, including race and racism, ethnicity, gender and sexuality, class, immigration and exclusion, generational conflict, multiculturalism, and diaspora and transnationalism will be considered
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8th Grade U. S. History Syllabus8th Grade U. S. History Syllabus
To begin the unit, students participate in an exciting computer simulation comparing early American colonization to space colonization
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Associate Professor of English Salem State UniversityAssociate Professor of English Salem State University
Carleton College, B. A. in Romance Languages and Literatures, magna cum laude, 1995
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Women, Gender and Sexuality Course Offerings Spring 2013Women, Gender and Sexuality Course Offerings Spring 2013
Topics will vary according to the interdisciplinary expertise & research focus of the instructor. Prerequisite for wgs majors and minors
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African-american and african studiesAfrican-american and african studies
Cade Bambara’s The Black Woman Anthology, and Ronald W. Walters’ Freedom is Not Enough: Black Voters, Black Candidates and American Presidential Politics. Students will read an average of 200 pages per week
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Political Science Department Graduate Studies ProgramPolitical Science Department Graduate Studies Program
American politics. The readings attempt to provide a sampling of classic and recent theory and substance in the hope of suggesting where scholars stand, and where they seem to be headed
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Political Philosophy (Philosophy 403) Dr. Michael Pakaluk Ave Maria University, Spring 2011Political Philosophy (Philosophy 403) Dr. Michael Pakaluk Ave Maria University, Spring 2011
Is “rights talk” somehow inherently divisive and at odds with civility and civic friendship? Do rights naturally fit with a concept of the common good? Is talk of human rights compatible with talk of natural law?
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Politics and policy in britainPolitics and policy in britain
No prior knowledge of British politics or history is assumed. The course focuses on three broad areas: the constitutional foundations of British politics, the British political parties and party system
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Peace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief ExplanationPeace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief Explanation
Peace Studies framework in the capstone course (Peace 410). Peace Studies Electives are selected from existing courses in the University catalog and reflect both different departments and colleges. They are grouped into four Focus areas
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Pols 488 Senior Seminar Ethnic Conflict and Civil WarsPols 488 Senior Seminar Ethnic Conflict and Civil Wars
These types of conflict facilitate transnational issues such as terrorism, illicit drug trade, human trafficking, illegal arms trade, and the spread of infectious diseases across borders
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Instructor: Patricia Gould Class HoursInstructor: Patricia Gould Class Hours
The course is designed around a number of central questions that facilitate comparisons and critical thinking. The following essential course questions are used to guide our exploration of the themes and topics examined in the course
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