Publications for Michael McDonnell 2015Publications for Michael McDonnell 2015
Goodman, D., McDonnell, M. (2015). An Interview with Donna Merwick. Australasian Journal of American Studies (ajas), 34(1), 60-83
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Two american revolutions: The American War for Independence, 1775-1783 and the Struggle for Liberty and Equality, 1776 – presentTwo american revolutions: The American War for Independence, 1775-1783 and the Struggle for Liberty and Equality, 1776 – present
British Empire: in England, Scotland and Ireland, in the French, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese colonies of the Americas and on the Atlantic Coast of Africa
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Cultural Revolutions: Everyday Life and Politics in England, Colonial America, and France History 29503 01/39503 01 gs29503 01/39503 01 History of Culture 39503 01 Winter, 2005 Wednesdays, 9: 30-12: 30 Rosenwald Hall Room 011Cultural Revolutions: Everyday Life and Politics in England, Colonial America, and France History 29503 01/39503 01 gs29503 01/39503 01 History of Culture 39503 01 Winter, 2005 Wednesdays, 9: 30-12: 30 Rosenwald Hall Room 011
Office: Social Sciences 222; tel. 2-7940 please do not leave messages on this phone
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The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisationThe Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan The 1990s have been the decade of globalisation
The Globalization Gamble: The Dollar-Wall Street Regime and its Consequences. By Peter Gowan
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Obo: Atlantic HistoryObo: Atlantic History
Adoption of tThe act undermined the smuggling of tea into Britain, tea that had been which originally had been imported by the Scandinavian companies
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By Any Other Name: The Freshening of American Maritime HistoryBy Any Other Name: The Freshening of American Maritime History
American history than the absence of academic engagement. By default, American maritime history today relies for its public visibility primarily upon independent scholars, writers
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Afro-Futurism Aff/NegAfro-Futurism Aff/Neg
Simone Browne (Assistant Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies Department and the Department of Sociology) January 2012 “everybody's got a little light under the sun” Cultural Studies, 07/2012, Volume 26, Issue 4
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Chapter 17 – the age western imperialismChapter 17 – the age western imperialism
The years after 1870 witnessed an unprecedented growth of European influence and control over the rest of the world. Europe’s achievement was made possible by its advanced technology, the institutional advantages of the national-state, and
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Honr259N: New Orleans: Colonial to Katrina Tu/Th 11: 00-12: 15 Professor Emily Landau, Department of History Office: tlf 2137Honr259N: New Orleans: Colonial to Katrina Tu/Th 11: 00-12: 15 Professor Emily Landau, Department of History Office: tlf 2137
The course explores the dominant tropes in New Orleans history: race, sex, carnival, jazz, prostitution, slavery, free people of color, and the environment
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Class: Jimenez 1117Class: Jimenez 1117
The course explores the dominant tropes in New Orleans history: race, sex, carnival, jazz, prostitution, slavery, free people of color, and the environment
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10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America
Ap us history at Elgin High School, but it won’t take 10 days! Instead, it will get you thinking about various turning points in American history while introducing you to the framework of our study
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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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The dutch republic and britain: the making of modern society and a european world-economyThe dutch republic and britain: the making of modern society and a european world-economy
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History Course Descriptions Spring 2011History Course Descriptions Spring 2011
The course will cover ancient civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near East: Greece, Rome, Islam, Byzantium, and Germanic tribal society: the contributions of each to the European Middle Ages, Renaissance, European Expansion
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Discussion Questions for: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah EquianoDiscussion Questions for: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano
That part of Africa, known by the name Guinea, to which the trade for slaves is carried on, extends along the coast above 3400 miles, from Senegal to Angola, and includes a variety of kingdoms.”
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