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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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Ernest r. HouseErnest r. House
In Literacy for a Diverse Society: Perspectives, Practices, and Policies, edited by Elfrieda H. Hiebert, pp. 58-74. New York: Teachers College Press, 1991
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Author(s): Thomas HoranAuthor(s): Thomas Horan
Title: Revolutions from the waist downwards: desire as rebellion in Yevgeny Zamyatin's We, George Orwell's 1984, and Aldous Huxley's Brave New World
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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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Organizations and MovementsOrganizations and Movements
Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August, 2002. Revised draft of a paper prepared for an invitational Conference on Organizations and Social Movements held at the University of Michigan, Ann
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Methodology as ideology: mathematical modeling of trench warfareMethodology as ideology: mathematical modeling of trench warfare
Andrew Gelman, Department of Statistics and Department of Political Science, Columbia University
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Ijellh sub: Submission of ManuscriptIjellh sub: Submission of Manuscript
Senior Lecturer, Department of English, Sylhet International University, Bangladesh
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The Modern Middle East Value 0 PrerequisitesThe Modern Middle East Value 0 Prerequisites
Demonstrate investigation and interpretation skills necessary to analyse historical information and achieve independence in researching
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Investigation of the Political Implications of DisastersInvestigation of the Political Implications of Disasters
This paper explores bilateral humanitarian assistance with an emphasis on the considerations donor nations face as they formulate offers of assistance and contemplations made by recipient nations as they determine whether or not to accept
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Running head: the adaptive challenge of president kennedy 1 The Adaptive Challenge of President KennedyRunning head: the adaptive challenge of president kennedy 1 The Adaptive Challenge of President Kennedy
Drath, 2001. Kennedy, facing an adaptive challenge with strategic planning, was forced to create additional resources and make executive decisions to help Americans feel protected and safe under his leadership
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Section One: Society and ReligionSection One: Society and Religion
In the second decade of the sixteenth century, a powerful religious movement against practices in the Catholic Church erupted that attacked superstitions that robbed people of both their money and peace of mind
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Sustainable Development: Why the Focus on Population? Maria Sophia Aguirre Associate Professor Department of Economics The Catholic University of America Washington, dc 20064 Presented at the 2000 Harvard-mit conference on International HealthSustainable Development: Why the Focus on Population? Maria Sophia Aguirre Associate Professor Department of Economics The Catholic University of America Washington, dc 20064 Presented at the 2000 Harvard-mit conference on International Health
Thus, it is equally critical that people ensure that their perceptions are grounded, not in rhetoric and emotions, but in established scientific and empirical data
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The age of reformationThe age of reformation
What groups and classes were the first to support the Protestant Reformation movement?
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The Reformation/Counter Reformation/Religious Wars Test answer keyThe Reformation/Counter Reformation/Religious Wars Test answer key
From the thirteenth to fifteenth centuries, lay religious groups shared a common goal of religious
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Bush, Blair and IraqBush, Blair and Iraq
Hussein regime, especially with the forthcoming of democracy. Critics dispute Iraq was invaded for financial reasons. Nevertheless, both Bush and Blair have seen their approval rating dip as the war continues
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