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A theory of oriental aestheticsA theory of oriental aesthetics
A prolegomenon by Kenneth K. Inada Philosophy East and West Volume 47, Number 2(April 1997) P. 117-131 (C) by University of Hawai'i Press
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Daisy Ramirez Shirley KahlertDaisy Ramirez Shirley Kahlert
Both “The Yellow Wallpaper” and “a doll’s House” depict women who search for their identity and freedom while struggling with emotional issues because they are oppressed by society as well as their husbands
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Masaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesMasaryk University Faculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
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Quiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in AssamQuiet History, Unquiet Peoples: The “Tribal Question” in Assam
Forthcoming publication with a foreword by Sanjib Baruah
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Konf: Gendering Historiography Hamburg 11/07Konf: Gendering Historiography Hamburg 11/07
At most, more attention may be paid to outsiders or as in the transnational perspective to interactive processes. Unfamiliar texts, forgotten individuals, alternative forms of historical representation
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The Athenian Harem: Orientalism and the Historiography of Athenian Women in the Nineteenth CenturyThe Athenian Harem: Orientalism and the Historiography of Athenian Women in the Nineteenth Century
Heir life as a species of slavery, and the gynaeconitis as a place of durance little differing from the Oriental harem; while a few writers have stoutly contended for the historic emancipation of the fair sex among the Greeks…As usual
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But who is victoria?But who is victoria?
When we speak of Victorian age commonly we refer to the period of English history including the long reign of Queen Victoria, that is, from 1837 to 1901
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Australian Political EconomyAustralian Political Economy
The monarchic forms of Queen and vice-regal surrogates are formal parts of the executives for both the Australian and State constitutions but are entirely subject to the will of the people, as are the legislatures and executive
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Lesson Title: Time Travel with César Chávez Grade LevelLesson Title: Time Travel with César Chávez Grade Level
Students analyze the transformation of the American economy and the changing social and political conditions in the United States in response to the Industrial Revolution
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Effects of Labors and UnionsEffects of Labors and Unions
The role of labor movement in American society, from indentured servitude to modern day labor unions
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168 Political games of Latin America168 Political games of Latin America
Chile and petroleum in Venezuela), and both were governed by sophisticated, well-organized democratic reform parties during the 1960s
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China’s trade policies in wider asian perspective razeen SallyChina’s trade policies in wider asian perspective razeen Sally
Asia – or the lack thereof – and how that relates to trade policies. Time and space prohibit an even wider comparison with Japan, South Korea and Taiwan, the more developed countries of northeast Asia
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The Incorporation of America Study GuideThe Incorporation of America Study Guide
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Did Christopher Columbus’s Voyages Have a Positive Effect On World History? Yes: Robert RoyalDid Christopher Columbus’s Voyages Have a Positive Effect On World History? Yes: Robert Royal
Yes: Robert Royal, from “Columbus and the Beginning of the New World,” First Things: a monthly
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Mutualist Political Economy By Kevin A. CarsonMutualist Political Economy By Kevin A. Carson
Chapter One: The Marginalist Assault on Classical Political Economy: An Assessment and Counter-Attack 10
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