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Gls 100/pol 300 Havana: a global city Spring 2012, Quarter 3Gls 100/pol 300 Havana: a global city Spring 2012, Quarter 3
Today in Havana one can have a history lesson in architecture, from baroque Spanish, to U. S. neo-Gothic and modern architecture, and Soviet functionalist architecture. The streets are full of Hyundais, Toyotas, Ladas
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History 325 – Introduction to Women’s History: The American ExperienceHistory 325 – Introduction to Women’s History: The American Experience
American women’s experiences in the past, and women’s multifaceted roles in shaping American history. Throughout the quarter, students will learn about some notable women but the focus of the course will be on a general overview of women’s
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U. S. Constitutional Law and Politics I syllabusU. S. Constitutional Law and Politics I syllabus
Phone: 202-994-7841 (gwu office, Thursday evening); 202-452-3359
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American political developmentAmerican political development
Apd tradition is the question of American “exceptionalism.” Many of the important works in the apd literature seek to explain why and how the American state and American policies differ from the states and policies of other advanced
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Fall semester, 2013–2014Fall semester, 2013–2014
American Renaissance, New England Transcendentalism, the American Gothic tradition, yea sayers vs nay sayers, representation of gender and race in classic
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Ap united States History Syllabus Course TextbookAp united States History Syllabus Course Textbook
Course Textbook – Out of Many, a history of the American People. Ap edition by John Mack Faragher, Mari Jo Buhle, Daniel Czitrom and Susan Armitage. Pearson-Prentice Hall 2007
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Uni368H: canada’s borders fall 2013 wednesdays 10am-12pm, uc144 Course InstructorUni368H: canada’s borders fall 2013 wednesdays 10am-12pm, uc144 Course Instructor
The Director of the Canadian Studies Program is Associate Professor Emily Gilbert
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University of cape townUniversity of cape town
This course outline contains extremely important information, including details about the dp and plagiarism policies. In the event that these policies are breached, ignorance of them will not constitute a defence
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Honors College Seminars Fall 2014 hnrs 195H-001 (67624): The Examined Life: a tale of Two Fates Tuesday at 2: 00-2: 50pm Instructor: Adam UssishkinHonors College Seminars Fall 2014 hnrs 195H-001 (67624): The Examined Life: a tale of Two Fates Tuesday at 2: 00-2: 50pm Instructor: Adam Ussishkin
We'll also learn about ways in which we can mitigate some of the effects of human activity and how the important histories that have shaped the landscape can better inform us
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Academic Year: 2013-2014 Level of Study: 4th Year Course LecturerAcademic Year: 2013-2014 Level of Study: 4th Year Course Lecturer
It will give an overview of literature produced in the former European colonies since their independence. This gives an overview of 20th/21st century literature, which explores the idea of national boundaries and fixed cultural identities
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Genomics, Proteomics and BioinformaticsGenomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
David W. Mount; 2005 Phylogenetics Made Easy. A how to Manual for Molecular Biologists
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Society, State and HumanitySociety, State and Humanity
Others as ‘political thinkers’ (Hobbes, Rousseau, Marx) and others as ‘sociological thinkers’ (Durkheim, Marx again), others as religious thinkers
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Instructor: Julia ShapiroInstructor: Julia Shapiro
Classical mythology in a modern volume of mythography, a compilation of myths assembled into a continuous narrative
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History 4360: The Era of the Second World War Trent University 2010-2011History 4360: The Era of the Second World War Trent University 2010-2011
Office hours: Tues. 11-12: 30; Thurs., 1-2: 30, or by appt. Seminar C: Thurs., 9-10: 50, epc 101
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Draft jerusalem Contested: a city’s History from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives Jewish Studies XXX / History XXX Spring 2011 Location, Days Time Professor Jonathan Gribetz Email address Office phone number Fall Office Hours: DayDraft jerusalem Contested: a city’s History from Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives Jewish Studies XXX / History XXX Spring 2011 Location, Days Time Professor Jonathan Gribetz Email address Office phone number Fall Office Hours: Day
Students will become acquainted with the long and complex history of a city holy to three faiths
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