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All fields must be completed and posted in uvaCollab and World Viewable in sis no later than two weeks prior to registration
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Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)Spring 2014 Course Descriptions Introduction to Philosophy 10100 01 (22208)
There are many ways to make a first approach to philosophy; in this course we will begin reading some classic texts on the topic of “knowledge,” and then move to consider other themes as they arise in Plato’s Republic
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English 2020 course descriptions Themes in Literature and Culture African American Literature and Narratives of ResistanceEnglish 2020 course descriptions Themes in Literature and Culture African American Literature and Narratives of Resistance
Students will look critically at the notion of black nationalism—the movement toward black solidarity or the creation of a single black nation—and critique its romanticism, hyper-masculinity
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History 4389. 002. 2158 British Empire, 1689-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Dr. Vanderford Office hoursHistory 4389. 002. 2158 British Empire, 1689-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Dr. Vanderford Office hours
Empire during the so-called “long eighteenth century.” The course will focus on three main themes: the importance of religious ideology during this era; the transfer of the central area of British overseas interest from America to India
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Susan Stearns Office Hours: T/Th 1: 30-2: 40 hist 217 Or by AppointmentSusan Stearns Office Hours: T/Th 1: 30-2: 40 hist 217 Or by Appointment
The goal of this course is to examine the history of the American West—but just setting that forward raises some important questions for the historian: Where is the West? Which part of its history should we examine? And, perhaps most
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Textbook: “The Story of World War ii” by Donald L. Miller, “The Second World: a world In Flames” by Sir Max Hastings, and “World War II a short History” by Michael J. Lyons
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Instructor: Eileen PetersInstructor: Eileen Peters
American contexts. In addition to exposing you to the diversity and range of what we call American literature, this course will challenge you to read closely, think critically, and write clearly
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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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Ntroduction 3 The Program in HistoryNtroduction 3 The Program in History
The History major comprises 11 semester courses, at least six of which shall normally be
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A history of Asian AmericansA history of Asian Americans
Asian Americans has been changing. Throughout the semester, we will seek comparisons across group and time, asking how historical patterns shape the present
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African-American Studies 3975 Concepts and Theories in African-American StudiesAfrican-American Studies 3975 Concepts and Theories in African-American Studies
Afrocentric models, Black Feminist / Womanist, Critical race theory and Post-modernist theory. It is assumed that students taking this course are familiar with the rudimentary history and thought that informs the field of African American/Africana studies based on
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The China-U. S. Relations: Dynamic History and Complex Realities Shi YinhongThe China-U. S. Relations: Dynamic History and Complex Realities Shi Yinhong
The general orientation of the past evolution of the intercourses between these two powers with very different traditions but the similar “continental” magnitude will be surveyed, the developments in the most recent years and months
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Fiqws: Freshman Writing Inquiry Seminar: Descriptions for Fall 2008 Anthropology Human Origins (2 sections)Fiqws: Freshman Writing Inquiry Seminar: Descriptions for Fall 2008 Anthropology Human Origins (2 sections)
It will examines the process of evolution and the living primates, (our closest living relatives), and explore what we know about our ancestors other close relatives, including how we know what we know
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Course Information Grade Levels: 11/12 Credits: 0 Course DescriptionCourse Information Grade Levels: 11/12 Credits: 0 Course Description
Literature & Composition is designed to provide students with learning opportunities similar to those found in a college literature classroom
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The Department of History Course DescriptionsThe Department of History Course Descriptions
The numbers were given in a haphazard fashion and there is no difference between the 300- and 400- level courses. The Department does not have courses specifically for juniors or for seniors
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