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History 7a u. S. History Colonial Period to 1877History 7a u. S. History Colonial Period to 1877
Chicanos, Native Americans, women, Africans There will also be an effort to place history of the United States in a world historical context throughout the quarter
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African american historyAfrican american history
Course description: those who were, by their own actions and by those they came into contact with, transformed as individuals and as a race of people from africans to americans who happened to be black
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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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Autumn 2013 19 August 2014-15 January 2015 Class Syllabus Course TitleAutumn 2013 19 August 2014-15 January 2015 Class Syllabus Course Title
Students will be required to assess historical materials and their relevance, reliability, and importance. Emphasis will be placed on examining historiographical interpretations of U. S. history as well as research, writing
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Ap us history – Mr. Roe University School of Jackson 2015-2016Ap us history – Mr. Roe University School of Jackson 2015-2016
Teach students about themselves, principles of citizenship, and strategies that will improve them as students
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History 105: American History to 1877 Course Syllabus, Fall 2010History 105: American History to 1877 Course Syllabus, Fall 2010
An examination of the pattern of exploration, settlement, and development of institutions throughout the colonial, early national, and Civil War eras forms the core of the course
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Arch 3110: Architectural History II [Global History of the Built Environment] Spring 2016 InstructorArch 3110: Architectural History II [Global History of the Built Environment] Spring 2016 Instructor
In addition to the effects of politics, geography, and technological advancements, we will consider cultural and ecological debates as well as artistic manifestations in painting, sculpture
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Parametric PlacesParametric Places
Placing Stations tool with students Stephen Maher and Zeta Fernando, Parametric Places uo 2013
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History 2b history of World Civilizations from 1500 to PresentHistory 2b history of World Civilizations from 1500 to Present
Wwi. Another theme is the attempts of “under-developed” regions to create a modern nationalist state in the shadow of Superpower Cold War
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University of central floridaUniversity of central florida
Course Title: Analysis and Application of Ethical, Legal and Safety Issues in Schools
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Classics 21201 English Words From Classical ElementsClassics 21201 English Words From Classical Elements
A dictionary that includes word etymologies. Suitable dictionaries are listed in Ayers (p. 16)
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History 101-005m hybrid – Western Civilization I (3 credits) Instructor: Ms. Alicia L. B. TuckerHistory 101-005m hybrid – Western Civilization I (3 credits) Instructor: Ms. Alicia L. B. Tucker
This course examines the development of western civilization from ancient times to the Age of Discovery. His 101 is a survey of ancient and medieval western civilizations. Preferable, but not mandatory, that courses be taken sequentially
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Spring Semester 2015 (2 Sessions) Tuesday & Thursday 12: 00 pm 1: 00pmSpring Semester 2015 (2 Sessions) Tuesday & Thursday 12: 00 pm 1: 00pm
By the end of this non-credit course, you will have a better overall comprehension of multiple different aspects that make up Chinese food and cuisine
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Social problemsSocial problems
Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Student Center 214, (770) 961-3719
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Introduction to sociologyIntroduction to sociology
Individuals with disabilities who need to request accommodations should contact the Disability Services Coordinator, Student Center 214, (770) 961-3719
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