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An Age of Empires: Rome and Han China, 753An Age of Empires: Rome and Han China, 753
Italy and Sicily are at a crossroads of the Mediterranean and serve as a link between Africa and Europe. Rome is at a crossroads of the Italian peninsula
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The Wings of Desire of the New Angel of History: Walter Benjamin’s Vision of History
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Feminism, Liberalism and Marriage1 Clare ChambersFeminism, Liberalism and Marriage1 Clare Chambers
Feminists have been pointing out the peculiarities of the marriage contract for at least a century and a half, but to no avai
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Wluml dossier 23-24 July 2001 dossier 23-34Wluml dossier 23-24 July 2001 dossier 23-34
My critique focuses on the ways these theories construct entities such as “Muslim woman” and “Islamic feminism” and put them in opposition to Western feminisms
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Healing the Wounds of Conquest: Engaging in Decolonial Politics to Subvert and Recreate Chicano MasculinityHealing the Wounds of Conquest: Engaging in Decolonial Politics to Subvert and Recreate Chicano Masculinity
As men, are we inherently oppressive? Does our mere presence bear the ugliness of dominance? Can we transcend or do we have the ability to exist outside the confines of our oppressive nature? Can we express our masculinity in a way that is
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On the Condition of the Colonized Woman: the Nervous Conditions of Firdaus in Nawal El Saadawi’s Woman at Point Zero (1983), Giunti, Firenze 2001On the Condition of the Colonized Woman: the Nervous Conditions of Firdaus in Nawal El Saadawi’s Woman at Point Zero (1983), Giunti, Firenze 2001
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Week 2: Akira Iriye, The Globalizing of America, pp. 1-18, 131-216Week 2: Akira Iriye, The Globalizing of America, pp. 1-18, 131-216
Competitiveness resulted in an increase in the region’s overall power and led to developments in science and technology
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The Women\The Women's Studies Movement in China in the 1980s and 19905
China? What can the movement tell us about Chinese women intellectuals and activists and their relationship with the state? What can the recently evolved exchange and dialogue between local and interna­tional feminist activism tell us about the relationship
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Islamic Fundamentalism and the United States’ ReactionIslamic Fundamentalism and the United States’ Reaction
Islamic nature, their actual problematic characteristics concern insurgence. This seditious posture of fundamentalist groups is based on various political and social factors that are specific to their location within the vast Islamic world
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Re Centring Europe: Competing Israeli and Palestinian Narratives in the Shadow of EuropeRe Centring Europe: Competing Israeli and Palestinian Narratives in the Shadow of Europe
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