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How does the role and expectations for nineteenth century literary heroines change from the time ofHow does the role and expectations for nineteenth century literary heroines change from the time of
The Independent Woman: The Examination of Changing Gender Roles from Demure Housewives to Independent Workers in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë and Little Women by Louis May Alcott
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Beyond Brainstorming: Sustained Creative Work With IdeasBeyond Brainstorming: Sustained Creative Work With Ideas
The challenge in all knowledge-based organizations is sustained creativity: working with and developing ideas into powerful and useful processes, products, or theories. 2 Coming up with the initial idea represents one small step
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Thema Nr. 13: Die „Ringspezies“ an den Beispielen der Silbermöwe (Larus argentatus) und des Grünen LaubsängersThema Nr. 13: Die „Ringspezies“ an den Beispielen der Silbermöwe (Larus argentatus) und des Grünen Laubsängers
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Observations on the topic of mummification in ancient Egypt By Anthony HolmesObservations on the topic of mummification in ancient Egypt By Anthony Holmes
The traditional Egyptian mummy, swathed in bandages, is a far cry from an embalmed lifelike body such as that of Vladimir Lenin. However the two terms have become intertwined and are used interchangeably, even by experts
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North West Region Archaeological Research Framework Early Medieval Resource Assessment Draft November 2004
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I animals are non-moral creatures and, as such, humans have no moral obligation towards them
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Beyond persons: Extending the personal / subpersonal distinction to non-rational animals and artificial agents AbstractBeyond persons: Extending the personal / subpersonal distinction to non-rational animals and artificial agents Abstract
Beyond persons: Extending the personal / subpersonal distinction to non-rational animals and artificial agents
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Title: Heritage, identity and community engagement at Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland AbstractTitle: Heritage, identity and community engagement at Dunluce Castle, Northern Ireland Abstract
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Asia from a Western perspective. Although Asian Studies has moved beyond its original “Orientalist” approach at many institutions1, it focuses on Asia rather than Asian Americans
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Unequal allies: australia-american relations and war in the pacific 1941-1945Unequal allies: australia-american relations and war in the pacific 1941-1945
During the transition to peace, however, the sometimes divergent interests of the two countries were overtly manifest as the unifying threat of Japan receded
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Section 5: Three Cold War crises: Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia c. 1957-69Section 5: Three Cold War crises: Berlin, Cuba and Czechoslovakia c. 1957-69
A map of East and West Berlin; The thick black line shows the Wall around the western part of the city, 1961
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Reconstruction of the South after the Civil War was viewed by the victorious Northerners as
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Bolshevik Medicine and Russia’s Sexual Revolution Dan Healey Department of History University of Wales SwanseaBolshevik Medicine and Russia’s Sexual Revolution Dan Healey Department of History University of Wales Swansea
Stalin and the dead hand of communist sex-phobia had the effect of making Vladimir Lenin look like a sexual revolutionary. This illusion of Lenin as sexually emancipatory, created by historical perspective
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Americans want equality, but they differ on the extent to which government should provide i
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Chapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline SummaryChapter 27 Russia and Japan: Industrialization Outside the West Chapter Outline Summary
Travels to the United States and Europe convinced him that copying Western educational models would help Japan. He believed Confucianism impeded the advance of science and mathematics
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