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Huma 4301. 791 Virtual Reality in the 21Huma 4301. 791 Virtual Reality in the 21
This course will provide the knowledge and skills necessary to participate constructively and creatively in today's increasingly "virtual" world
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Dr. Schotland Spring 14Dr. Schotland Spring 14
In recent years, there has been increasing attention to dystopic visions reprsenting oppressive totalitarian regimes, environmental degradation, and/or technological oppression
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Immigration Policy and Stories Syllabus honr 218p course Description: Immigration in America: Policy Choices and Personal StoriesImmigration Policy and Stories Syllabus honr 218p course Description: Immigration in America: Policy Choices and Personal Stories
S as to Germanize us instead of our Anglifying them, and will never adopt our Language or Customs, any more than they can acquire our Complexion
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Pols 1101—American GovernmentPols 1101—American Government
Hybrid course (which means that the course has a substantial online component). We will not meet for class on scheduled hybrid days but you will be responsible for completing all assigned work outside of class
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History 4336. 001. 2158 Third Reich and the Holocaust Fall 2015History 4336. 001. 2158 Third Reich and the Holocaust Fall 2015
Everything we think we know about how human beings behave gets put to the test in this period. Expect your studies here to outrage, frighten, and perhaps even inspire you
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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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Phil 340: Morality of War & Peace (3) (GE) is concerned with historical and contemporary arguments regarding morality of war, pacifism, and terrorism, with contemporary application
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Wayland Mission Statement: Wayland Baptist University exists to educate students in an academically challenging, learning-focused, and distinctively Christian environment for professional success, and service to God and humankind
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Teaching American Literature: a journal of Theory and Practice Spring 2007 (1: 2)Teaching American Literature: a journal of Theory and Practice Spring 2007 (1: 2)
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Work Phone: 575-538-6512 Cell Phone: 575-590-3016 Office LocationWork Phone: 575-538-6512 Cell Phone: 575-590-3016 Office Location
A survey of the literature written in Spanish by the Mexican American (Chicano), from 1848 to the present
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Film 396: south korean cinemaFilm 396: south korean cinema
Hollywood and the national and regional cinemas of East Asia, such as Hong Kong and Taiwan. We will also examine the particular contributions of Korean cinema to conceptualizations of film genre, authorship, style
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Course Syllabus hsci 2105: Current Issues in Bioethics Note: this course is conducted entirely online, asynchronously. Students are expected to log in to the course several times throughout every week to participate in class activitiesCourse Syllabus hsci 2105: Current Issues in Bioethics Note: this course is conducted entirely online, asynchronously. Students are expected to log in to the course several times throughout every week to participate in class activities
Note: this course is conducted entirely online, asynchronously. Students are expected to log in to the course several times throughout every week to participate in class activities, as well as complete independent work each week
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Gero 380: Diversity in Aging Spring 2013 SyllabusGero 380: Diversity in Aging Spring 2013 Syllabus
Office: Gerontology Rm. 231 Associate State Director Lead Resident Service Coordinator
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Instructor: Matthew Greedy Syllabus for Western Civilization IInstructor: Matthew Greedy Syllabus for Western Civilization I
Social, political, and cultural developments are integrated with the introduction of ideas and institutions basic to the understanding of one's own heritage
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