oxford illustrated history

Course outlineCourse outline
E. Pre-requisite : This course is available to all students seeking knowledge in philosophy however students wishing to pursue a degree programme in Philosophy/Humanities and should have 5 O/cxc passes at General Level I-III with a pass in
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Irish history bibliographyIrish history bibliography
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Millions of the Mouthless Dead: Visions of the Dead in World War I poetryMillions of the Mouthless Dead: Visions of the Dead in World War I poetry
In this presentation I would first like to explain the conditions unique to the Western Front that account for these ghostly imaginings. Then I will show the ways soldiers expressed their experience with death and the dead through poetic
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Stephen Conway 6 December 1995Stephen Conway 6 December 1995
Thomas More. These two early examples of utopian fiction inform one another structurally, thematically, stylistically, and ideologically
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The Crusades: Religion, Violence, and Growth in Medieval EuropeThe Crusades: Religion, Violence, and Growth in Medieval Europe
Iberian peninsula and parts of northern Europe, and (3) the manifold interreligious and cross-cultural exchanges (peaceful and violent) that resulted from the crusades
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Amherst collegeAmherst college
Christian (Western and Byzantine), Muslim and Jewish perceptions of the crusading movement. Finally, we will critically examine the resonance the movement continues to have in current ideological debates. Two class meetings per week
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History 307: The CrusadesHistory 307: The Crusades
Levant, students will also gain some familiarity with medieval European society, the history of the Holy Land, medieval Christianity and Islam, theories of holy war in each faith tradition, and the history of interfaith relations
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Cas hi 325 / po 231 Lecturer: Dr Gordon Kennedy EmailCas hi 325 / po 231 Lecturer: Dr Gordon Kennedy Email
Great Famine, the campaign for Home Rule, the constitutional and militant traditions in Irish nationalism, the 1916 Rising, the campaign for Irish independence, the political, cultural and economic development of the south
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Ucd school of History and Archives Syllabus 2011/12Ucd school of History and Archives Syllabus 2011/12
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British identities Primary sourcesBritish identities Primary sources
Bishop Richard Davies, Address to the Welsh People (1569) – scanned onto website: see term one, week eight
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Europe in the Early Middle Ages, 600–1000Europe in the Early Middle Ages, 600–1000
Carolingians rose to power. They should be able to explain what the so-called Carolingian Renaissance was. Finally, students should be able to discuss the breakup of the Carolingian Empire, both internal causes
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To What Extent can it be said that the First World War was caused by The Alliance System?To What Extent can it be said that the First World War was caused by The Alliance System?
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Classical greek civilizationClassical greek civilization
Hellenistic philosophies; the Spirit of the Age technique can demonstrate the harmony amid the cultural confusion; and the Case Study approach will enable the instructor to apply lessons from Hellenistic civilization to today’s similarly multicultural and
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Degree programme field of studyDegree programme field of study
The course, apart from desciptions of texts, is supposed to arouse students’ interest in the literary techniques used in writing of fiction
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