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2014 National History Challenge Changing Perspectives: Multiculturalism becoming a part of Australia’s identity Rachel Li (Year 10) Pymble Ladies’ College2014 National History Challenge Changing Perspectives: Multiculturalism becoming a part of Australia’s identity Rachel Li (Year 10) Pymble Ladies’ College
Changing perspectives has profoundly reshaped the long-established ‘White Australia’ tradition and changed the ethnic makeup of the country
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Toward a New Historiography of Mathematics: Thomas S. Kuhn\Toward a New Historiography of Mathematics: Thomas S. Kuhn's Historical Philosophy of Science and the Responses to It by Some Historians of Mathematics
Y and philosophy of science. It may be also admitted that the first edition of a book was playing an overwhelming role for that revolution, Thomas S. Kuhn's Structure of Scientific Revolutions, published in 1962
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America: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial SocietyAmerica: Past and Present, 9e (Divine et al.) Chapter 18 The Industrial Society
The aging American poet who most feared the impact of new industrial technologies on American life was
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International Human Rights at the Close of the Twentieth CenturyInternational Human Rights at the Close of the Twentieth Century
World War II removed the shield that officials thought they had when they adopted and implemented genocidal policies directed against religious or ethnic minorities
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Europe since 1789Europe since 1789
History 52B provides an introduction to the principal themes in European history from the French revolution in 1789 to the fall of communism in 1989
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Chapter 2: The Stone Ages & Early Cultures CompletionChapter 2: The Stone Ages & Early Cultures Completion
Complete each statement. If you chose the first word in the set bubble in the letter a on your Scantron Sheet, bubble in the letter b if your choice is the second word in the set
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Chapter 9 – the age of enlightenment: eighteenth-century thoughtChapter 9 – the age of enlightenment: eighteenth-century thought
Enlightenment. Enlightenment thinkers, called philosophes, believed that change and reform were both possible and desirable. Before 1700, a belief in innovation through rational criticism had belonged to only a few pioneering thinkers
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Unification of Germany EssaysUnification of Germany Essays
Situation in Prussia in 1862/3 was formidable. Bismarck was Minister President, the economy was strong and expanding, politics were sound with a liberal Constitution and Prussia had the benefit of a large professional army
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Ap world History Summer Project 2015Ap world History Summer Project 2015
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Medicine Through Time Chronology/Period Study June 2007 Both the Ancient Greeks and the Romans made important contributions to the development of medicineMedicine Through Time Chronology/Period Study June 2007 Both the Ancient Greeks and the Romans made important contributions to the development of medicine
Both the Ancient Greeks and the Romans made important contributions to the development of medicine
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Human rights and sovereignty in contemporary international relationsHuman rights and sovereignty in contemporary international relations
Excerpt from the senior research paper titled “Sovereignty in Contemporary International Relations: a case of evolution”
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How to Influence Moderate Muslims to Marginalize Islamic Fundamentalism Introduction: Internal and External PrincipleHow to Influence Moderate Muslims to Marginalize Islamic Fundamentalism Introduction: Internal and External Principle
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