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Catalogue of Dissertations completed in the School of Historical Studies, University of LeicesterCatalogue of Dissertations completed in the School of Historical Studies, University of Leicester
Gaps in the tables have been left where information has not been provided on the dissertation. If a submission date has not been included but it has been possible to suggest a date due to the location of the dissertation in 5 Salisbury Road
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The Creole Origins of African American Vernacular English: Evidence from copula absenceThe Creole Origins of African American Vernacular English: Evidence from copula absence
South Carolina and Georgia or the English-based creoles of Jamaica, Trinidad, Guyana, Hawaii or Sierra Leone. The second is the "divergence issue"--the question of whether aave is currently diverging or becoming more different from white vernacular dialects in
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Colonization Apart From Garrison: Widening the Lens on America’s Black Resettlement Movement Katherine Orloff Stanford UniversityColonization Apart From Garrison: Widening the Lens on America’s Black Resettlement Movement Katherine Orloff Stanford University
Colonization Apart From Garrison: Widening the Lens on America’s Black Resettlement Movement
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Rise of Cultural Nationalism in the late 18th & early 19th centuriesRise of Cultural Nationalism in the late 18th & early 19th centuries
Noah Webster; An American Dictionary of the English Language by Noah Webster {Webster’s titles exemplify his nationalism}; famous writers such as Washington Irving w/ Ichabod Crane and Rip Van Winkle; Mercy Otis Warren and the 3-vol
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Ecological Imperialism: The Curse of CapitalismEcological Imperialism: The Curse of Capitalism
It is no wonder, then, that the last few years have seen a growth of concern about ecological imperialism, which in many eyes has become as significant as the more familiar political
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· vol. 4 · no. 2 · January 2004· vol. 4 · no. 2 · January 2004
The Early American Republic as a Post-Colonial Nation examines the links between racial oppression and Anglo-American inferiority vis-à-vis Great Britain in the years following the Revolutionary War
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Chapter 20 a changing World Chapter PreviewChapter 20 a changing World Chapter Preview
In this chapter you will examine reasons why Europeans changed their thinking about government. You will explore the changes revolutions brought to European nations
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Syllabus descriptionSyllabus description
Clemente Marconi, James R. McCredie Professor of Greek Art and Archaeology and University Professor
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Mystery Hill DemystifiedMystery Hill Demystified
Celtic colonialism and druidic human sacrifices performed on the grooved stone “sacrificial table” that we could see right before us
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Chapter five germans and greeksChapter five germans and greeks
Edda for the theme of his Ring Cycle and Nietzsche's invocation of the Persian Zarathustra for his culminating philosophical work
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Ancient Rome and the Town and Country Debate from the 1850s to the 1920sAncient Rome and the Town and Country Debate from the 1850s to the 1920s
Rome became a symbol of physical degeneracy and the failure of urbanization whilst Augustan Rome stood for urban renewal and supported a new vision of urbanism, a small town urbanism located in the countryside
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English 383A/German 200/Comparative Literature 227a the Ballad TraditionEnglish 383A/German 200/Comparative Literature 227a the Ballad Tradition
Thomas Keightley, “The Young Swain and the Elves”; "Sir Olof in Elve-Dance"; "The Elf-Woman and Sir Olof" (1828)
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Lesson 8 Title: Leveling the Playing Field—America Reforms! Grade LevelLesson 8 Title: Leveling the Playing Field—America Reforms! Grade Level
1 Explain the origins of the American education system and Horace Mann’s campaign for free compulsory public education
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Ode on a Grecian UrnOde on a Grecian Urn
Lessing’s Theories in his Laokoon Debated by John Keats in “Ode on a Grecian Urn”
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Robert CowanRobert Cowan
Anglo-French contexts that Said and others have emphasized, for Germans had very different agendas. Indeed, I would argue that the intellectual relationships between Germany and South Asia have had ramifications for Western thought that are more profound than any
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