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[a trio of Seminars-Short Version: Seminar Three IV. 2013] a trio of Seminars on Sovereignties Seminar Three[a trio of Seminars-Short Version: Seminar Three IV. 2013] a trio of Seminars on Sovereignties Seminar Three
We begin as earlier with a critical description and appraisal of another contemporary account of individual sovereignty under the guise of a so-called composite account of self-sovereignty
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A history of drugs and alcohol in the united statesA history of drugs and alcohol in the united states
States so that students can gain an improved and thorough understanding of today’s problems and policies. Our approach to this matter is sociological, i e
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There can be no history of modern Indian literature without an account of the life and works ofThere can be no history of modern Indian literature without an account of the life and works of
Michael's mmd and art so characteristic of the Indian response to fthe Western impact, Michael's supremacy as a writer is at once historical and timeless, his creative genius is at once tradition-based and rebellious, classical and
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Women in Red: Dress, Morality and Visual Culture in the Mid-Nineteenth CenturyWomen in Red: Dress, Morality and Visual Culture in the Mid-Nineteenth Century
I hope that what has emerged from the lectures so far is that fashionable dress articulated the wearer’s identity, in terms of age
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Table of Contents Introduction 3 Intended Learning Outcomes 4 Seminar Format 4 SyllabusTable of Contents Introduction 3 Intended Learning Outcomes 4 Seminar Format 4 Syllabus
New interest groups moved into place as more women qualified in medicine, and as midwives, nurses and health visitors took on the vestiges of professionalisation. Women were never merely recipients of these new services
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Lecture Today Question for our in-class quizLecture Today Question for our in-class quiz
It is important to remember that no one contemporary expression of the Judaic Tradition can claim to be the ‘real’ Judaism. In the West, Reform
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Ap european History Chapter 24: The Birth of Modern European ThoughtAp european History Chapter 24: The Birth of Modern European Thought
The faith in science that dominated thought in the second half of the nineteenth century
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Nineteenth-Century Literature CriticismNineteenth-Century Literature Criticism
Title: a new Woman's Journey into Insanity: Descent and Return in The Yellow Wallpaper
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Vce australian history Units 3 and 4Vce australian history Units 3 and 4
Some of the print resources contained in this list may be out of print. They have been included because they may still be available from libraries, bookshops and private collections
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To appear in the American Historical Review, February 2016To appear in the American Historical Review, February 2016
Sensitive to cultural history’s critique of simple materialism, the new scholarship in business and economic history offers the possibility of a synthesis of the material and mental in the study of the past
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History sample unitHistory sample unit
Students look at the founding of British colonies and the development of a colony. They learn about what life was like for different groups in the colonial period
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When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 IntroductionWhen the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914 Introduction
When the Periphery Became More Central: From Colonial Pact to Liberal Nationalism in Brazil and Mexico, 1800-1914
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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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The AztecsThe Aztecs
Palaces for wealthy Aztec nobles surrounded the pyramid. Their great wealth and power obscured the fact that the Aztec hid even from themselves: not long before
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Women in ancient biblical timesWomen in ancient biblical times
Hebrew scriptures are only one thousand years old. Yet invoking the Biblical text has been done to justify women’s subordination and devaluation to men
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