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AN13000ba and an18008BA: American Civilization Spring 2009/2010 Time & placeAN13000ba and an18008BA: American Civilization Spring 2009/2010 Time & place
Special emphasis will also be put on certain aspects of American English. Students will be graded on the strength of their class performance, an individual short lecture, two response papers and in-class tests
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University of California, Berkeley Professor Hart Department of Geography Fall 2010University of California, Berkeley Professor Hart Department of Geography Fall 2010
Events in the Middle East lend particular urgency to this project – as do recent calls for the overt revival of imperialism
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Introduction to philosophyIntroduction to philosophy
The history of philosophy through ideas proposed by the most important philosophers will be presented in thematic development so that students can learn not only basic concepts and ideas
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Film As LiteratureFilm As Literature
Students learn to critically view and appreciate the technical and historical development of the world cinema, different movie genres, and the director as auteur
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History 141: History of East Asia in the Pre-modern Era (Fall 2005)History 141: History of East Asia in the Pre-modern Era (Fall 2005)
Lecture: Philip Brown
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Amst 301 g (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2013)Amst 301 g (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2013)
Richard Slotkin, Regeneration through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860. New York: HarperCollins/ Perennial, 1996 [1973]
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Family and Consumer Studies 3240 4: 35 6: 25 p m., Tuesdays and Thursdays aeb 340
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History Course Descriptions Spring 2011History Course Descriptions Spring 2011
The course will cover ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near East: Greece, Rome, Islam, Byzantium, and Germanic tribal society: the contributions of each to the European Middle Ages, Renaissance, European Expansion
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Did Nazi economic policies revive the German economy after the Great Depression? Did Hitler want to go to war in 1939? Was the German economy on wartime footing before 1942? Even questions about which officials were responsible for the Holocaust lack
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Scheme of work a-level Sociology Year 2 (7192/2)Scheme of work a-level Sociology Year 2 (7192/2)
A-level. It has been created on the basis that students choose Beliefs in Society as their optional topic. It is based on the Autumn and Winter terms comprising 15 weeks. In addition
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Amst 301 gp (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2015)Amst 301 gp (10408R): America, the Frontier and the New West (Fall 2015)
Richard Slotkin, Regeneration through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860. New York: HarperCollins/ Perennial, 1996 [1973]
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Course ObjectiveCourse Objective
The main slant of the course will be the political, cultural, social, and economic developments of what historians consider the most significant civilizations and cultures during the period. More attention, however
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