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Department of African American Studies Temple University aas 0857 001 Sports and Leisure In American Society Fall 2013 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 3: 00pm-3: 50pm Anderson Hall 28 InstructorDepartment of African American Studies Temple University aas 0857 001 Sports and Leisure In American Society Fall 2013 Monday, Wednesday, and Friday: 3: 00pm-3: 50pm Anderson Hall 28 Instructor
American values. How do we spend our leisure time and what helps determine the way we experience leisure in America? Issues of race, ethnicity, gender, age, disability, and socio-economic class will be prominent featured in this class
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Section 5 – mwf: 10: 00-10: 50 – Anderson 14Section 5 – mwf: 10: 00-10: 50 – Anderson 14
I am always available for any questions or problems you might have during the semester. Please feel free to contact me at any time if you wish to set up an appointment outside of office hours
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English 2111: World Literature I fall 2010: tr 12: 30-1: 45 (crn: 80265) InstructorEnglish 2111: World Literature I fall 2010: tr 12: 30-1: 45 (crn: 80265) Instructor
Office: 215; Office Hours: mw 9: 15-11 and 1-3: 30; tr 11: 30-12: 30 and 3: 15-4; and by appointment
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Instructor: Patricia Gould Class HoursInstructor: Patricia Gould Class Hours
The course is designed around a number of central questions that facilitate comparisons and critical thinking. The following essential course questions are used to guide our exploration of the themes and topics examined in the course
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The Catholic University of America School of Arts and SciencesThe Catholic University of America School of Arts and Sciences
Time: The course will take place from March 8 to March 15, 2014 and will be taught in situ at different locations in Madrid, Toledo
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Temple University Department of Sociology soc 0835: Ethnicity and the Immigrant Experience in the us fall 2013Temple University Department of Sociology soc 0835: Ethnicity and the Immigrant Experience in the us fall 2013
This course examines the impact that immigration, ethnicity, and race have had on American society. It investigates the social forces that organize each group into American society
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Living for Change: Autobiographies of Women in Radical Social Movements Womst. 0963 section 001/002 Spring 2013Living for Change: Autobiographies of Women in Radical Social Movements Womst. 0963 section 001/002 Spring 2013
Living for Change: Autobiographies of Women in Radical Social Movements Womst. 0963 section 001/002
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Professor: Dr. Rosario Espinal Teaching Assistant: Anna Karin TollinProfessor: Dr. Rosario Espinal Teaching Assistant: Anna Karin Tollin
American society: nation, class, race, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation. The course examines how these identities are socially constructed and the impact they have in group members and society in general
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