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Dr. Nika Hogan Prof. Marra HammaDr. Nika Hogan Prof. Marra Hamma
Thus the various activities we will do for this class will support the overall goals of this course, which can be thought about in terms of the following student learning outcomes (slos)
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Eng 242a American Literature: 1865-Present Room: mb 227 Meeting Time: mr 4: 00-5: 15 Instructor: David Shane Wallace Office: mb 231 Office HoursEng 242a American Literature: 1865-Present Room: mb 227 Meeting Time: mr 4: 00-5: 15 Instructor: David Shane Wallace Office: mb 231 Office Hours
General Education Requirement: English 242a fulfills the first part of the two-course sequence requirement in Literary Analysis—Literary Principles
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Slavery in America Course Description and General Education ObjectivesSlavery in America Course Description and General Education Objectives
Students will also develop competency in critical thinking, the ability to evaluate a position of an argument, and competency in written communication
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History 201 U. S. History to 1877History 201 U. S. History to 1877
Students will also develop a variety of skills necessary for the study and practice of historical writing, including how to read primary and secondary sources, how to develop and write historical essays
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History of Latin America IHistory of Latin America I
Americas. The second third of the class will examine the colonial world, and in the final section, we will discuss the slavery and the movement towards independence
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& Danish Kings: The Vikings in Britain 793-1066& Danish Kings: The Vikings in Britain 793-1066
Northumbria, and miserably afflicted the inhabitants: these were exceptional flashes of lightning, and fiery dragons were seen flying in the air, and soon followed a great famine
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History 71: History of Asia from 1800History 71: History of Asia from 1800
History 71 is a survey of the major social, religious, political, economic, and cultural traditions of Asia to 1800, with an emphasis upon the problems associated with modernization, adaptation, and cultural change
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Office Hours : Tuesdays 11: 00am – 12: 00pm, David King 2007, or by appt. Course GoalsOffice Hours : Tuesdays 11: 00am – 12: 00pm, David King 2007, or by appt. Course Goals
We will examine the challenges and adversity faced by African Americans as a historically oppressed minority from a strength and resilience perspective
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Midterm Study Guide for 40a african American Studies Fall 2009 Key ConceptsMidterm Study Guide for 40a african American Studies Fall 2009 Key Concepts
Why is the Black intellectual tradition an important part of African American Studies?
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English C222 Syllabus: World Literature II english C222 (72113) Fall 2014: mw 5: 10-6: 35English C222 Syllabus: World Literature II english C222 (72113) Fall 2014: mw 5: 10-6: 35
This course provides a chronological survey of the literature of Europe from the seventeenth century through the twentieth century
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Syllabus and assignmentsSyllabus and assignments
Office hours: t-r 4: 30-5: 30 and m-w 11: 00-12: 00. Other times by appointment please
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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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Hist 163: Ethnic Identity and Conflict in ChinaHist 163: Ethnic Identity and Conflict in China
By studying the struggles and successes of specific groups of people as they tried either to become part of mainstream Chinese society or to distinguish themselves from it
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The causes, consequences, and management of civil warsThe causes, consequences, and management of civil wars
The final section of the class explores the consequences of civil war for public health, economic growth, and political stability, and examines the likelihood and success of third party conflict management in civil wars
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History 0601 history of the united states, 1865-present the CourseHistory 0601 history of the united states, 1865-present the Course
U. S. history, and (3) sharpen your critical reading and writing skills. With the exception of two sessions devoted to exam preparation, each recitation session will feature a major controversy in American history
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