Fall, 2015 course informationFall, 2015 course information
Office Hours and Location: mwf, 10: 15-10: 45, 1: 00-1: 45, 3: 30-5: 00, no appointment necessary, or other days and times by appointment only, in nac
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History of african american people: beginnings to presentHistory of african american people: beginnings to present
Student prior knowledge about the geography of Africa and level of writing will be assessed using lesson to target those skills
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Eurocentrism What is it ?Eurocentrism What is it ?
Add black history to white history. Revise the dominant story to include the african origins of the species and early african civilisations, to take a critical view of slavery, colonisation and unequal terms of trade
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*Fall 2012 History 333W/433: America and the World I tuesdays, 2-4: 40 rr 362 T. Slaughter*Fall 2012 History 333W/433: America and the World I tuesdays, 2-4: 40 rr 362 T. Slaughter
It is about the birth and growth of the modern, and of a global empire that always contained the seeds of its overextension and demise
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The Ideology of English Colonization: From Ireland to AmericaThe Ideology of English Colonization: From Ireland to America
Jack P. Greene, Pursuits of Happiness: The Social Development of Early Modern British Colonies and the Formation of American Culture (1988)
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Video comprehension questions: What is the origin and meaning of the word Zimbabwe? Where is Great Zimbabwe located?Video comprehension questions: What is the origin and meaning of the word Zimbabwe? Where is Great Zimbabwe located?
What did Portuguese explorers believe to be the origin of Great Zimbabwe, which had been abandoned by the time they rounded the Cape of Good Hope in 1488?
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Gullah/Geechee Culture BibliographyGullah/Geechee Culture Bibliography
Bailey, C. (2000). God, Dr. Buzzard, and the Bolito Man: a saltwater Geechee talks about life on Sapelo Island. New York, ny: Doubleday
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Part III chapter materials chapter 4Part III chapter materials chapter 4
Understand the role of history in intercultural communication interactions. Describe some of the histories that influence our communication
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