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Fall, 2015 course informationFall, 2015 course information
Office Hours and Location: mwf, 10: 15-10: 45, 1: 00-1: 45, 3: 30-5: 00, no appointment necessary, or other days and times by appointment only, in nac
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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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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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Dr. Nika Hogan Prof. Marra HammaDr. Nika Hogan Prof. Marra Hamma
Thus the various activities we will do for this class will support the overall goals of this course, which can be thought about in terms of the following student learning outcomes (slos)
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American Economic HistoryAmerican Economic History
In the process, we will explore such diverse topics as the impact of private property, industrialization and urban growth on the American environment, the emergence of the trades union movement, the rise and fall of the New Deal coalition
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Course syllabusCourse syllabus
Fpa at the theoretical and empirical levels, focusing on the foreign policy of key players and significant foreign policy issues in one of the world’s most geo-strategically important and contested regions, the contemporary Middle East
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Instructor: Joseph BellInstructor: Joseph Bell
Nevada System of Higher Education, depending on the degree chosen and other courses completed. It may transfer to colleges and universities outside Nevada. For information about how this course can transfer and apply to your program of
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Instructor: Joseph BellInstructor: Joseph Bell
Nevada System of Higher Education, depending on the degree chosen and other courses completed. It may transfer to colleges and universities outside Nevada. For information about how this course can transfer and apply to your program of
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Eng 242a American Literature: 1865-Present Room: mb 227 Meeting Time: mr 4: 00-5: 15 Instructor: David Shane Wallace Office: mb 231 Office HoursEng 242a American Literature: 1865-Present Room: mb 227 Meeting Time: mr 4: 00-5: 15 Instructor: David Shane Wallace Office: mb 231 Office Hours
General Education Requirement: English 242a fulfills the first part of the two-course sequence requirement in Literary Analysis—Literary Principles
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English 2F03: Studies in American LiteratureEnglish 2F03: Studies in American Literature
Important Note 1: In the event of class cancellations, students will be notified on elm (Blackboard) and the
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American Literature, Beginnings to 1865: Syllabus & PoliciesAmerican Literature, Beginnings to 1865: Syllabus & Policies
Demonstrate familiarity and facility with fundamental terminology and concepts relevant to the analysis of early American literature
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American Literature, Beginnings to 1865: Syllabus & PoliciesAmerican Literature, Beginnings to 1865: Syllabus & Policies
Demonstrate familiarity and facility with fundamental terminology and concepts associated with the analysis of nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature
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Slavery in America Course Description and General Education ObjectivesSlavery in America Course Description and General Education Objectives
Students will also develop competency in critical thinking, the ability to evaluate a position of an argument, and competency in written communication
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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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