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Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000Korea and East Asia in Global History, 1840-2000
What was the place of Korea in a map of globalization – and how did the globalization process impact on Korea, and on East Asia? We will be dealing with these issues not on a national level, but for the region of East Asia
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Narrating the RepublicNarrating the Republic
Readings by Benedict Anderson, Jürgen Habermas, and Richard Kearney provide the theoretical basis for discussion. In the second part of the course, we will read a variety of 19th-century narratives including stories, novels, and memoirs
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Compare and Contrast: Churchill v. GarratyCompare and Contrast: Churchill v. Garraty
The writings of Winston S. Churchill will be compared and contrasted with the textbook writing of Dr. Garraty. The focus will be on the differing interpretations of events relative to the Civil War
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Topics in American Material Culture: American SuburbsTopics in American Material Culture: American Suburbs
This course is being taught only for the second time, and as such, it is exploratory; thus it is expected that the objectives may evolve as the course progresses. But initial objectives to be accomplished include
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Clas1323 Discovering Archaeology (Cross-Listed: arch 1323) 3 ch (3C) [WClas1323 Discovering Archaeology (Cross-Listed: arch 1323) 3 ch (3C) [W
Below are brief descriptions for the courses which deal with material in English translation
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B. Crouse Hall Consultation HoursB. Crouse Hall Consultation Hours
Baker, William Gary. (2003). The Cultural Heritage of Arabs, Islam, and the Middle
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Course Descriptions for Fall 2010Course Descriptions for Fall 2010
Only courses for which descriptions are available are listed here; for the full Fall 2010 English Department Course Schedule, see links on previous page
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Abstracts der Hauptvorträge 06. Juli 2014 Opening Session for the 2014 Meeting of eabs and sblAbstracts der Hauptvorträge 06. Juli 2014 Opening Session for the 2014 Meeting of eabs and sbl
Armin Lange, University of Vienna, Chair of the 2014 International Meeting Local Program
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Fcs curriculum 2015 brandon reillyFcs curriculum 2015 brandon reilly
I have done so with the goals of helping young Filipinos to become aware of the richness of their culture, the uniqueness of their history, and of their role in our community—local, national
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Teacher: Katie Hammond Phone NumberTeacher: Katie Hammond Phone Number
Students will gain insight into the significance and the role history has upon our present as well as future. Students will understand the valuable contribution of historians to our nation’s development
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Ohio University Department of African American StudiesOhio University Department of African American Studies
Muhammad Ali, Robert F. Williams, and Martin Luther King, Jr to end the war. The course will demonstrate to students that war is socially formative and involve the interplay between international conflict and racial upheaval in the domestic
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For immediate release uc irvine Paul Merage School of Business Professor Releases U. S. China BarometerFor immediate release uc irvine Paul Merage School of Business Professor Releases U. S. China Barometer
Uc irvine Paul Merage School of Business John L. Graham will release his bi-annual analysis on U. S. China trade following U. S. Census Bureau trade data released today. Graham’s analysis, the 2016 U. S
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English 365 Persuasive Writing Spring 2009English 365 Persuasive Writing Spring 2009
To paraphrase, those who do not know the techniques of rhetoric and the tools of argument are doomed to be victims of them. In other words, recognizing sound arguments and constructing effective ones
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Ca-935 scripps ranch high school course syllabus fall 2015-2016 Instructor: Col. HoganCa-935 scripps ranch high school course syllabus fall 2015-2016 Instructor: Col. Hogan
Privacy Act Statement of 1974 as amended applies: This syllabus may contain information which must be protected iaw
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For those students beginning their high school careers as of September 1, 1999. An Ontario Secondary School DiplomaFor those students beginning their high school careers as of September 1, 1999. An Ontario Secondary School Diploma
An Ontario Secondary School Diploma will be granted to a student who earns a minimum of 30 credits of 110 hours each
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