City of pascagoula parks and recreation offers new line dancing classCity of pascagoula parks and recreation offers new line dancing class
The class will have a comfortable atmosphere for those who don’t want to dance in public. Class will be held from 6: 30-7: 30 P. M. on Tuesdays. The cost is only $5 per person
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Survey of American Literature aml 2070 Section 01G5Survey of American Literature aml 2070 Section 01G5
Specifically, the class will focus on issues of identity and subjectivity, asking students to construct and interrogate what it means to be an American both from the perspective of the literature and from their own vantage point as readers and writers in an
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Monday: Math : ace 27-29 Challenge 57 (Math ace problems start on pg. 14, make sure to look for \"Covering and Surrounding\" on the lower left)Monday: Math : ace 27-29 Challenge 57 (Math ace problems start on pg. 14, make sure to look for "Covering and Surrounding" on the lower left)
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Circum-caribbean archeologyCircum-caribbean archeology
The course will be conducted as a seminar with an introductory lecture on the topics of the weeks by the professor, followed by class discussions of the readings and topics
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West from the beginnings of recorded history through the mid-sixteenth century, and be able to identify and compare key elements of past cultures
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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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Spring 2016 Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Courses wgss 1104: Feminisms and the Arts Instructor: Terri Smith Mondays 3: 35 to 6: 05 pmSpring 2016 Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Courses wgss 1104: Feminisms and the Arts Instructor: Terri Smith Mondays 3: 35 to 6: 05 pm
This class is an interdisciplinary exploration of the work of women artists in drama, the visual arts, music, literature, and/or film. Key issues of feminist criticism in the arts are discussed
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A majority of the work for this class will be completed outside of school, and much of the reading will be college level
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History 198 Museums and Memorials: Searching for the Past in Washington D. CHistory 198 Museums and Memorials: Searching for the Past in Washington D. C
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Central European University – gens 5528 Gender Studies, Cross-listed with History, Jewish Studies, Medieval Studies, 2 credits
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Examples of the non-fiction prose include (but are not limited to): autobiographies, essays, letters, diaries, memoirs, and historical documents. Ap english III offers students the opportunity to fulfill the first of the college English
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