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How Linguists Approach the Study of Language and DialectHow Linguists Approach the Study of Language and Dialect
African American Vernacular English [aave], we need to explain some of the premises under which linguists operate, the kinds of principles which are usually covered in the first chapter of introductory textbooks on linguistics
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Course: hsta 255: Montana Professor Jeff WiltseCourse: hsta 255: Montana Professor Jeff Wiltse
Describe in a brief statement how your course addresses Indian Education for All
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Canadian Perspectives on Law and Society: Issues in Legal HistoryCanadian Perspectives on Law and Society: Issues in Legal History
Citation: Greg Marquis, “Doing Justice to “British Justice”: Law, Ideology, and Canadian Historiography” in Wes Pue and Barry Wright, Canadian Perspectives on Law and Society: Issues in Legal History
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The Mexican American in the History of the United States IIThe Mexican American in the History of the United States II
Acculturation period, Bracero Program, Mexican American Labor Movement, Chicano Movement, and the Post Civil Rights Era. This course fulfills the state graduation requirement in U. S. History and state and local government
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History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005
History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005 Assoc. Prof. Childs
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Our first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the \"community.\" That is, who is here, when did they come, from whereOur first step toward addressing the big questions in this course will be to determine who has been a part of the "community." That is, who is here, when did they come, from where
German immigrants were especially numerous in the 1850s and 1880s and several cities had large German neighborhoods. Cities like Boston and New York were characterized as well by large Irish populations
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Ch. 21-22 Test PrepCh. 21-22 Test Prep
Hawaii's primary export commodity in the nineteenth century, in which American interests were deeply invested, was
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The right in Latin America in the era of the ‘pink tide’: towards democratic consolidation?1The right in Latin America in the era of the ‘pink tide’: towards democratic consolidation?1
Dr. Barry Cannon, Marie Curie “Cara” Fellow, Irish Research Council, School of Law and Government, Dublin City University, Ireland and Instituto de Iberoamerica, University of Salamanca, Spain
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Left Out: Women’s SoccerLeft Out: Women’s Soccer
Brazil went on to lose to Germany in the finals, but Marta’s play—and the team’s success—announced that Brazil, so long a force in the men’s game, intended to make the same impact on the women’s game
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Clifton hoodClifton hood
Senior Fulbright Lecturer, Seoul National University and Yonsei University, Korea, Spring 2001
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Introduction to American StudiesIntroduction to American Studies
Issues to be discussed may include: an American ‘tradition’; interdisciplinarity; popular culture; American ethnicity and race; masculinity and gender; media; environment and America as ‘global village’
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[Program Report] Development of the American Economy[Program Report] Development of the American Economy
Development of the American Economy (dae) investigates subjects as diverse as labor and population, national and international finance, industrial organization, and political economy
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Topics in american economic historyTopics in american economic history
The course objective is to provide you with insights into the performance of the American economy across time and with respect to other economies; the underlying sources of growth; and key issues in American economic development
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Politics by Other Means by Benny MorrisPolitics by Other Means by Benny Morris
Israel and Palestine in the 1940s, and they had all appeared, mostly in English, in the late 1980s, and taken together they had shaken the Zionist historiographic establishment and permanently undermined the traditional Zionist narrative of the
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American Indian People and TribesAmerican Indian People and Tribes
There are few subjects in the history and law of the United States on which public views are more dramatically and flagrantly erroneous than on the subject of Indian affairs.”
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