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The Ohio State University History 151 Winter Quarter 2009 History 151: American Civilization to 1877The Ohio State University History 151 Winter Quarter 2009 History 151: American Civilization to 1877
Jackson, the events that led to the Civil War and its aftermath in Reconstruction. Within these and other themes we will pay special attention to events and patterns developed along timelines tracing political, economic, religious
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History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005
History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1890 – 1945 Spring 2005 Assoc. Prof. Childs
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History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1877 – 1945History 772 Readings in Modern America: 1877 – 1945
It will focus on domestic U. S. history, from the late 19th century through World War II, although I always hope that there might be some time to explore the intersection of domestic and international history
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History 767: Studies in Military History: The Role of Armed Coercion in the Rise of Western DominanceHistory 767: Studies in Military History: The Role of Armed Coercion in the Rise of Western Dominance
Spring Quarter 2006 Tuesdays 6: 30-8: 18 p m. 168 Dulles Hall
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History 141: History of East Asia in the Pre-modern Era (Fall 2005)History 141: History of East Asia in the Pre-modern Era (Fall 2005)
Lecture: Philip Brown
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African americans in early americaAfrican americans in early america
Specifically, we will examine the themes of culture, identity, community formation, slavery, and resistance among the enslaved and free populations
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Professor R. Judd History 112Professor R. Judd History 112
Dulles Hall Fall 2006
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Soc14 Section a deviant behavior and social control course syllabusSoc14 Section a deviant behavior and social control course syllabus
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Rewriting the French RevolutionRewriting the French Revolution
All students must be officially enrolled in the course by the end of the second full week of the quarter. No requests to add the course will be approved by the department chair after that time
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History 331 The Holocaust: Destruction of European Jewry, 1933-1945History 331 The Holocaust: Destruction of European Jewry, 1933-1945
Holocaust fit into German history and historiography? How did Nazi racism affect other European communities? What does the Holocaust mean for the persistence of Jewish life in Europe?
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