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Huma 4301. 791 Virtual Reality in the 21Huma 4301. 791 Virtual Reality in the 21
This course will provide the knowledge and skills necessary to participate constructively and creatively in today's increasingly "virtual" world
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American contexts. In addition to exposing you to the diversity and range of what we call American literature, this course will challenge you to read closely, think critically, and write clearly
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English 2111: World Literature I fall 2010: tr 12: 30-1: 45 (crn: 80265) InstructorEnglish 2111: World Literature I fall 2010: tr 12: 30-1: 45 (crn: 80265) Instructor
Office: 215; Office Hours: mw 9: 15-11 and 1-3: 30; tr 11: 30-12: 30 and 3: 15-4; and by appointment
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Comm 3355—Advanced Public Speaking Spring 2014 Section 783Comm 3355—Advanced Public Speaking Spring 2014 Section 783
Course Prerequisites: comm 1315 or permission of the instructor. You are required to visit with your instructor during office hours during the first week of class if you have not completed one of these prerequisites
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American History to 1877 Contact InformationAmerican History to 1877 Contact Information
Contact Information: Via Blackboard messaging from 9: 00 a m to 3: 00 p m. Monday-Friday every day that school is in session
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Cast 305: Feminist Research Methodologies Fall 2009 tth 3: 00-4: 15, King 327Cast 305: Feminist Research Methodologies Fall 2009 tth 3: 00-4: 15, King 327
Finally, we will examine feminist approaches to research practices, including oral history, case studies, archival research, visual and literary criticism, survey/content analysis, and fieldwork
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History 4326. 701 The French Revolution Spring 2015History 4326. 701 The French Revolution Spring 2015
Revolution from “merely” an anti-monarchical rebellion into an attempt at universal social transformation, culminating in the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte
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History 4339. 701 The French Revolution Spring 2014History 4339. 701 The French Revolution Spring 2014
Revolution from “merely” an anti-monarchical rebellion into an attempt at universal social transformation, culminating in the rise of Napoleon Bonaparte
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Oregon (BS, ma)and Northwestern University (PhD). He has served as Chair of History and Government and as Assistant Vice President for Graduate Studiesand Sponsored Research. J
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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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Office Location: mb 4146 Office Hours: by appointment Instructor phoneOffice Location: mb 4146 Office Hours: by appointment Instructor phone
Course Dates: This course is an 8-week course that follows the utpb online calendar. The course begins on 17 March 2014 and ends 9 May 2014
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