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Bibliographic Essay1 Ideas About Agrarian HistoryBibliographic Essay1 Ideas About Agrarian History
Blossoms in the Dust (London: 1961), The Lonely Furrow (Delhi: 1969), In Defense of the Irrational Peasant: Indian Agriculture After the Green Revolution
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Comparing Cultural Systems: Comparative Analysis of Russian and American National MentalitiesComparing Cultural Systems: Comparative Analysis of Russian and American National Mentalities
These two countries share some geographical, historical and philosophical factors but differ in others. A better understanding of how the features of national mentality have changed over the last three hundred years will enhance our understanding of
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Nietzsche\Nietzsche's Political Skepticism
Nietzsche's Political Skepticism. 2 Rather, it is as if the "old, cold, boring frogs" among the British philosophers of "moral sentiment," whom Nietzsche warmly thanks at the outset of The Genealogy
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This is your captain speaking. Political counter-voice in a postpolitical eraThis is your captain speaking. Political counter-voice in a postpolitical era
Finding counter-voices thus implies finding new forms of testimonio. Ironically, Empire itself turns out to fit this bill very well
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Jomini and clausewitzJomini and clausewitz
Carl von Clausewitz. The archduke has had very little influence in the United States or Great Britain, since his work was never translated into English
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S12 Documentation interpretation and communication of Digital Archaeological HeritageS12 Documentation interpretation and communication of Digital Archaeological Heritage
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The History of Economic Thought The Mercantilists 1500 – 1780The History of Economic Thought The Mercantilists 1500 – 1780
They were living at a time when the nations were developing and merchants were increasing in importance because of the huge growth in international trade
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Colonialism and Imperialism: Classic TextsColonialism and Imperialism: Classic Texts
European powers (e g. India). Through the military victories against its rivals, Britain became, in the 18th Century, the world’s greatest colonial power, taking under its rule, for instance, India (1757)
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Harvard Law School Jean Monnet ChairHarvard Law School Jean Monnet Chair
The major reason behind Joschka Fischer’s argument for deepening European integration is the forthcoming eastward enlargement of the European Union. As he puts it
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Chapter 10 Supplementary Reading: Western EuropeChapter 10 Supplementary Reading: Western Europe
Britain and Ireland. However, its extensive coastlines and interior river systems facilitated exchange within Europe, while a moderate climate, plentiful rainfall
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Europe as Empire: The Nature of the Enlarged European Union Jan ZielonkaEurope as Empire: The Nature of the Enlarged European Union Jan Zielonka
Ralf Darhrendorf Fellow in European Politics at St. Antony’s College of the University of Oxford. He presented his new book by the same title and published by Oxford University Press in 2006 at an ees event on September 21, 2005
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Vrije Universiteit Brussel (2014 – 2015) Institutional and Political Aspects of the European Integration Professor: Youri DevuystVrije Universiteit Brussel (2014 – 2015) Institutional and Political Aspects of the European Integration Professor: Youri Devuyst
This course focuses on the governance structures (the institutional aspects) of the European Union. The purpose is to equip the students with the necessary knowledge and insight to enable them to independently understand and interpret evolutions in the
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Lau Kin-chi, Hui Po-keung, Chan Shun-hingLau Kin-chi, Hui Po-keung, Chan Shun-hing
Hong Kong. The situation is all the more telling when the department in question is a translation department. The situation foregrounds the question ofaccountability to others and to oneself, which is the primary concern of translation
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In 1964, Jean Paul Sartre was designated to receive the Nobel Prize in LiteratureIn 1964, Jean Paul Sartre was designated to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature
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Japan: tradition and transformationJapan: tradition and transformation
Both papers cannot be from the same period or category. For example, should you choose to write a “document-based” paper for the pre-modern period assignment, then you must submit a “historiography” paper for the modern period assignment
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