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Guide to writing geography papersGuide to writing geography papers
The purpose of this guidebook is to aid students in writing research papers in introductory college-level geography courses. Consult instructions provided by your Geography professor for guidelines concerning individual assignments
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The Declaration of Independence & The Declaration of Sentiments
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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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Phl 250 Philosophical Foundations for Ethical Understanding Dr. Kevin Graham, Instructor Spring Semester 2007Phl 250 Philosophical Foundations for Ethical Understanding Dr. Kevin Graham, Instructor Spring Semester 2007
Ny in his book titled, Amazing Grace. In order to analyze and evaluate the problems from a philosophical point of view, we will study three classic philosophical theories of ethics, namely, the utilitarianism of John Stuart Mill
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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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African American Studies 40a fall 2009 T/Th – Course #20010 11a m. 12: 20p m.—Pcb #1100 Professor Bridget R. Cooks, Ph. DAfrican American Studies 40a fall 2009 T/Th – Course #20010 11a m. 12: 20p m.—Pcb #1100 Professor Bridget R. Cooks, Ph. D
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to important historical, cultural, literary, and political issues concerning African Americans
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Course Objectives: Increase student skills and knowledge about various topics in United States History. Topics studied include: The Gilded Age, Age of Imperialism, wwi, The Great Depression, wwii, Cold War, 1960’s, 1970’s, Globalization
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Comm 301: Introduction to Public Speaking Spring 2014 8-Week Course revised: 4/28/2014Comm 301: Introduction to Public Speaking Spring 2014 8-Week Course revised: 4/28/2014
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Photo 010 history of photographyPhoto 010 history of photography
United States and Europe from its inception to the present. The class will examine images and image-makers and contextualize the production of photographs through lectures, relevant writings, and documentaries
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Semester: Fall 2014 Course Title: Behavior of the Rich and Powerful: Past and Present Course and Section NumberSemester: Fall 2014 Course Title: Behavior of the Rich and Powerful: Past and Present Course and Section Number
What can we learn from observing and comparing the behavior of the rich and powerful of the past and present? In the political arena of these two worlds, does appearance matter more than truth?
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