Hist/as 239+: comparative slavery and emancipationHist/as 239+: comparative slavery and emancipation
This schedule is liable to change to suit class needs. The online syllabus always offers the most recent version of the syllabus
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Education University of Michigan August 1998 Ph. D. in Anthropology and HistoryEducation University of Michigan August 1998 Ph. D. in Anthropology and History
Dissertation: a colony of Citizens: Revolution and Slave Emancipation in the French Caribbean, 1789-1802
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Abolition of Man C. S. Lewis (Lecture 2) What is the moral supposed to be of Gaius’ and Titius’ emotivism
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Notes on the palamite controversy and related topicsNotes on the palamite controversy and related topics
The Italian Latins of 85 bc were given the Roman name in 212. Finally various Germano-Frankish tribes took or were given the name Latin
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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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The European World Lecture: week 1 x. 2010) The Historiography of Early Modernity Professor Steve HindleThe European World Lecture: week 1 x. 2010) The Historiography of Early Modernity Professor Steve Hindle
The enlightenment? The French Revolution? The English Revolution? The Russian Revolution? The Chinese Revolution? The Industrial Revolution? The Black Death? Modernity looks different in varying geographical and historiographical contexts
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Paper delivered at the Second International Conference: Central Europe and the English Speaking World, 2008 Published in the e-Journal: The Round Table Vol. I, NrPaper delivered at the Second International Conference: Central Europe and the English Speaking World, 2008 Published in the e-Journal: The Round Table Vol. I, Nr
The Frontier, Manifest Destiny and National Religion: a creation Myth of the usa
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Rutgers University Department of Latino Hispanic Caribbean Studies The History of Haiti Scope and aim of the courseRutgers University Department of Latino Hispanic Caribbean Studies The History of Haiti Scope and aim of the course
Finally, we will explore ever-expanding U. S. influence, the Duvalier regimes, and antihaitianismo and sugar politics of the Dominican Republic as they weigh on the future of Haiti
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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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Basic Themes by Viktor Poschl from Victor Poschl. The Art of Vergil: Image and Symbol in the Aeneid. Trans. Gerda Seligson. Ann Arbor 1970Basic Themes by Viktor Poschl from Victor Poschl. The Art of Vergil: Image and Symbol in the Aeneid. Trans. Gerda Seligson. Ann Arbor 1970
The First Sequence of Scenes 8-296 as Symbolic Anticipation of the Whole Poem
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Art History Web Site Karen LangArt History Web Site Karen Lang
Our program features strong ties to the usc-huntington Early Modern Studies Institute, the usc-getty Program in the History of Collecting and Display, the interdisciplinary initiative in Visual, Literary, and Material Culture at usc
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A. Objectives of the Basic Skills CategoryA. Objectives of the Basic Skills Category
Classes in composition, oral communication, and critical thinking have been specifically designed for the small class size format in order to maximize the exchange of ideas among the students and between students and instructors
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A candid Rendez-Vous with RealityA candid Rendez-Vous with Reality
Cunégonde: Let’s re-read the first paragraph (p. 3, Constantine) of the text that introduces him
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Dale wayne tomich personal DataDale wayne tomich personal Data
Coordinator, Laboratório de Antropologia e História, Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro
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The Reception of Social Choice Theory By Democratic TheoryThe Reception of Social Choice Theory By Democratic Theory
The author responds that, although each of the indirect replies is savvy and sophisticated, none is sufficient to overcome the counterdemocratic interpretation. It does succumb to direct internal criticism, however
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