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Literature and Law English 391Literature and Law English 391
Spring 2003 Instructor: Terry Oggel tth 12: 30-1: 45pm; Bus 3142 Office: Hibbs 348 Office Hours: tth 2-3: 15pm Phone: 828-1331
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Literature and Law Seminar: English 661Literature and Law Seminar: English 661
Spring 2004 Instructor: Terry Oggel t 7-9: 40pm; Anderson 100 Office: Hibbs 348 Office Hours: mw 5-6: 00pm Phone: 828-9382
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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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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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Fys fall 2015 Justin Allen and Keith Jones Pomeroy, Skin Deep: The Walking Dead and What it Means to be HumanFys fall 2015 Justin Allen and Keith Jones Pomeroy, Skin Deep: The Walking Dead and What it Means to be Human
Lture (gender, race, religion, torture, Citizen’s United, artificial intelligence, euthanasia, medical ethics, war etc). Who decides the defining characteristics of humanity? Who is in/out?
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Amh1091w The African-American Experience in the U. S. (3) Examines, both chronologically and thematically, the experience of African-Americans in the United States and their role in shaping the nation’s history
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Engl 672. 600: American Authors and the Civil WarEngl 672. 600: American Authors and the Civil War
The goal of the course will not be to rehearse the various military events that occurred, but rather, the struggles of these literary artists to conceptualize, understand, and address in their writings the pain, suffering
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A356/H511 African American History IIA356/H511 African American History II
Office Hours: m-w 10: 00 A. M. – 11: 00 A. M. m-w 1: 30 P. M. 3: 00 P. M. and by appointment
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History 331 The Holocaust: Destruction of European Jewry, 1933-1945History 331 The Holocaust: Destruction of European Jewry, 1933-1945
Holocaust fit into German history and historiography? How did Nazi racism affect other European communities? What does the Holocaust mean for the persistence of Jewish life in Europe?
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International Trafficking In Persons The Johns Hopkins UniversityInternational Trafficking In Persons The Johns Hopkins University
Such practices include forced labor, the exploitation of immigrant females for domestic service, the sale of children for irregular inter-country adoption, and the sale of wives legalized by transnational marriages
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Immigration and Ethnic Relations in American HistoryImmigration and Ethnic Relations in American History
African-American experience. Students will be encouraged to relate their own family histories to these larger issues and trends, but will also be expected to approach unfamiliar topics and experiences with the same commitment and curiosity
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