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History 1302. 002: United States History Since 1877 Syllabus – Spring 2014History 1302. 002: United States History Since 1877 Syllabus – Spring 2014
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History 4389. 002. 2158 British Empire, 1689-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Dr. Vanderford Office hoursHistory 4389. 002. 2158 British Empire, 1689-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Dr. Vanderford Office hours
Empire during the so-called “long eighteenth century.” The course will focus on three main themes: the importance of religious ideology during this era; the transfer of the central area of British overseas interest from America to India
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History 3343. 001. 2158 United States Early National, 1789-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Professor Vanderford Office HoursHistory 3343. 001. 2158 United States Early National, 1789-1815 Fall 2015 Instructor: Professor Vanderford Office Hours
Founding Fathers as they understood themselves, putting especial emphasis on their ideas regarding political parties, the balance between state and federal power, constitutionalism, and the role of fame and honor in a republic
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Syllabus fall 2014 the death penalty crim-4384-501-151s room 4143 InstructorSyllabus fall 2014 the death penalty crim-4384-501-151s room 4143 Instructor
Office Hours: After class both days as necessary and other times as scheduled via email
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Instructor: Dr. Myra Salcedo Class Time: mwf 11: 00 11: 50 a mInstructor: Dr. Myra Salcedo Class Time: mwf 11: 00 11: 50 a m
Office Hours: Monday and Friday 12: 10-2: 10 p m and by appointment I am also often in the Mesa Journal office from 2: 10-5 p m. Monday and Fridays and 10 a m. 4 p m. Tuesdays and Thursdays
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Ge 3030. 01: Urban Geography Spring 2011 Syllabus Dr. Patrick MayGe 3030. 01: Urban Geography Spring 2011 Syllabus Dr. Patrick May
North America. Particular focus will be paid to the historical interaction between urban function and form and the influence it has on the cultural landscape of cities today
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The University of Texas of the Permian BasinThe University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Course Pre-requisites: Nursing program acceptance per completion of admission requirements
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Instructor: Dr. Mark WildermuthInstructor: Dr. Mark Wildermuth
These writing projects will be assessed oblectively for their relative success in showing appropriate critical thinking skills and knowledge about culture for graduate level English
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Dr. Ana Martinez-CatsamDr. Ana Martinez-Catsam
Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday 10: 00-10: 50, 12: 30-1: 40; Tuesday 4: 30-5: 30pm; Wednesday 11-12: 00 online advising; or by appointment
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History 6379 The Imperial Crisis, 1763-1776 Spring 2014 InstructorHistory 6379 The Imperial Crisis, 1763-1776 Spring 2014 Instructor
British subjects in the years before the issuance of the Declaration of Independence. Some themes include: imperial organization, kingship, modes of economic organization, the role (if any)
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History 6355. 001. 2162 The American South Spring 2016 InstructorHistory 6355. 001. 2162 The American South Spring 2016 Instructor
That no free government, or the blessing of liberty, can be preserved to any people, but by a firm allegiance to justice, moderation, temperance, frugality, and virtue, and by a frequent recurrence to fundamental principles
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Course Description: This course presents an exploration of the theoretical perspectives in understanding person-to-person communication. The course includes personal and professional perspectives. Specifically
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