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Prerequisites This course is designed for Masters students who are especially interested in international relations, national security, international political economy, and U. S. Russian relationsPrerequisites This course is designed for Masters students who are especially interested in international relations, national security, international political economy, and U. S. Russian relations
U. S. Russian relations. It is desirable, but not essential, that students have a basic familiarity of the history of international relations in the 20th century as well as contemporary international affairs
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Kennesaw State University Spring 2011 hist 1110 10955 Course SyllabusKennesaw State University Spring 2011 hist 1110 10955 Course Syllabus
Asian, Mediterranean (Europe), African and American continents. We will attempt to focus on how what has happened in the development of these civilizations shaped these different cultures and, ultimately, our world today
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America the Other: America Seen Through European Eyes American Studies 402W 001 tr 11: 15-12: 30 Spring 2003America the Other: America Seen Through European Eyes American Studies 402W 001 tr 11: 15-12: 30 Spring 2003
American culture from writers from different countries and different times, concentrating on their descriptions of how America was changing and focusing on how these authors viewed their own cultures through the lens of modern or postmodern
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Plan 3310/5310: History of Cities and PlanningPlan 3310/5310: History of Cities and Planning
The course is intended for planning students and students outside the field seeking an understanding of the profession and its relationship to urban development
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The University of Texas of the Permian Basin sowk 2320. 001. 2158 – social welfare policies and issues fall, 2015 ProfessorThe University of Texas of the Permian Basin sowk 2320. 001. 2158 – social welfare policies and issues fall, 2015 Professor
We can also set up individual appointments; feel free to come in any time my door is open
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The American Experience: abolishing slaveryThe American Experience: abolishing slavery
While we will draw on a variety of source materials, we will place at the center of our unfolding narrative biographies of the complicated
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Attendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course. PapersAttendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course. Papers
Attendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course
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History 325: Totalitarian Dictatorships in Twentieth-Century EuropeHistory 325: Totalitarian Dictatorships in Twentieth-Century Europe
What happened to such ostensibly normal institutions and social practices as consumerism, the family, work, and mass culture under brutal regimes? How did bloody reigns of Hitler
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Spcl 091 018: Probing the Man behind the Mahatma: An Analysis of the Life and Works of Mohandas GandhiSpcl 091 018: Probing the Man behind the Mahatma: An Analysis of the Life and Works of Mohandas Gandhi
Attendance: Since this is a weekly class, I will expect regular attendance on the part of students
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Hist 419: American Social and Intellectual HistoryHist 419: American Social and Intellectual History
Course description: This course surveys the social and intellectual currents and ideas that influence and inform the American people
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Clemente Marconi, James R. McCredie Professor of Greek Art and Archaeology and University Professor
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Overview economics with Financial Literacy is a blended classOverview economics with Financial Literacy is a blended class
Edmodo. We will use our class time to enhance the material being covered by having lectures, discussions, activities, projects and testing. Students will need to join my Edmodo class in order to facilitate this course
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Dr. Michael Coulter phil 334: Plato and Aristotle Spring 2007 hal 317 mwf 3pmDr. Michael Coulter phil 334: Plato and Aristotle Spring 2007 hal 317 mwf 3pm
Mwf 8-9 am,10 – 11: 30 am; 1-2 pm; tr 1: 30-2: 30 pm; 3: 45-5 pm; Also by appointment
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The nuclear arms raceThe nuclear arms race
Finally, although the course will concentrate on the World War II and Cold War period, there will also be an opportunity to assess post-Cold War nuclear issues such as proliferation, environmental damage
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Students: Art I time Needed: 10 work daysStudents: Art I time Needed: 10 work days
Lesson Submitted by: Robin Hengesteg, Luther College Elementary Ed with Art Endorsement
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