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History 662: Museum/Historic Site Interpretation Spring 2013 D. Glassberg Herter 640 Herter 608, 545 1330History 662: Museum/Historic Site Interpretation Spring 2013 D. Glassberg Herter 640 Herter 608, 545 1330
The first half of the course will introduce some of the issues involved in working with objects and landscapes; the second half will consist of field projects in which students help develop an interpretive program or exhibit at a nearby
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The Progressive PresidentsThe Progressive Presidents
Progressives thought only an energetic national government could create the social conditions of freedom. Poverty, economic insecurity and lack of industrial democracy were national problems that the progressives thought needed national
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Indian Acts & Amendments 1868-1950, Indian Affairs Canada, Ottawa 1981Indian Acts & Amendments 1868-1950, Indian Affairs Canada, Ottawa 1981
Act. The Indian Act of 1876 and the Treaties of Manitoba. Brandon U
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Should Little Women be in International Relations? A dialogue between the Opposing Traditions of the Novel and International Relations1Should Little Women be in International Relations? A dialogue between the Opposing Traditions of the Novel and International Relations1
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Trent University History 211 Workshop 15: Antebellum Age of Reform 26 January 2004Trent University History 211 Workshop 15: Antebellum Age of Reform 26 January 2004
Ralph Waldo Emerson: β€œin the history of the world the doctrine of Reform had never such scope as the present hour.” Discuss
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Mollie T. Marchione History 897 Directed Readings (Fall \Mollie T. Marchione History 897 Directed Readings (Fall '98) Prof. Gerald Zahavi February 23, 1999
Labor was purchased with the purpose of appropriating a surplus value over and above what was paid. The surplus value of productive labor (manufacturing) resulted in a continuous mass growth of employment of unproductive labor
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Abuse and neglect of older Canadians : strategies for change. Edited by Michael J. MacLean. Toronto: Thompson Education Pub. (Tep), c1995
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David Kennedy Draft of October 18, 2013 Chapter Two: Inequality: Law and the Global Dynamics of Centers and PeripheriesDavid Kennedy Draft of October 18, 2013 Chapter Two: Inequality: Law and the Global Dynamics of Centers and Peripheries
Together they have generated the conditions – the agents and the structures for a world political economy marked by an accelerating dualism between the regions, sectors and classes to whom much – and to whom little has been given
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The value of philosophy (1)The value of philosophy (1)
If the study of philosophy has any value at all for others than students of philosophy, it must be only indirectly, through its effects upon the lives of those who study it
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Mysticism and Logic (London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.: 1917). Reprinted Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes & Noble Books, 1951. Pages 108-131. Pagination here matches the latter.)
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Back to the future: a symposium on the continuing influence of philosophical thought on twenty-first century organizations: part IIBack to the future: a symposium on the continuing influence of philosophical thought on twenty-first century organizations: part II
International journal of organization theory and behavior, 6(2),226-318 summer 2003
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