Smith College Program in Latin American and Latino/a Studies Approved CoursesSmith College Program in Latin American and Latino/a Studies Approved Courses
Among the cases we will explore are Argentina’s gay marriage and gender identity legislation, Uruguay’s decriminalization of abortion, Costa Rica’s ban on ivf technologies and Peru’s coercive sterilization program of indigenous populations
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Art History 201: Ancient and Medieval Art (Fall 2013) Prof. Thomas DaleArt History 201: Ancient and Medieval Art (Fall 2013) Prof. Thomas Dale
Individual works of art and architecture will be explored not only from the standpoints of style and iconography (content), but also in terms of how they were designed to be used
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American political developmentAmerican political development
Apd tradition is the question of American “exceptionalism.” Many of the important works in the apd literature seek to explain why and how the American state and American policies differ from the states and policies of other advanced
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Classical civilization courses (courses in translation) survey courses clas 10100: Ancient Greece and RomeClassical civilization courses (courses in translation) survey courses clas 10100: Ancient Greece and Rome
The course is particularly valuable as an initial course in the humanities because it pays special attention to such current interpretative theories as structuralism, psycho-analysis, feminism
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Clas1323 Discovering Archaeology (Cross-Listed: arch 1323) 3 ch (3C) [WClas1323 Discovering Archaeology (Cross-Listed: arch 1323) 3 ch (3C) [W
Below are brief descriptions for the courses which deal with material in English translation
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English 383A/German 200/Comparative Literature 227a the Ballad TraditionEnglish 383A/German 200/Comparative Literature 227a the Ballad Tradition
Thomas Keightley, “The Young Swain and the Elves”; "Sir Olof in Elve-Dance"; "The Elf-Woman and Sir Olof" (1828)
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M. A. in Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies IntroductionM. A. in Celtic & Anglo-Saxon Studies Introduction
History, Archaeology, English, Linguistics, Scottish Gaelic or another modern language
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John Lear Wyatt 136 Telephone: 879-2792John Lear Wyatt 136 Telephone: 879-2792
Latin American" colonial experience that in turn has shaped contemporary Latin America. We begin with an overview of the European background and the major indigenous civilizations in what became known as the "New World
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Department of Government & International Studies pols 2630 Chinese Legal System PrerequisitesDepartment of Government & International Studies pols 2630 Chinese Legal System Prerequisites
Major areas covered are constitutional, civil, commercial, administrative and criminal laws, as well as the court system and the legislative process
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Jackson Hole Community SchoolJackson Hole Community School
We offer challenging academics, excellence in teaching, an array of extracurricular activities, and a supportive school culture. Our students are invested in their learning, value personal initiative
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Comparative National SystemsComparative National Systems
A solid grounding in the core ideas, concepts, theories, and methods of comparative politics will be an asset to students in virtually any career path they choose to pursue in the field of international relations
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Esl composition as a literate art of the contact zoneEsl composition as a literate art of the contact zone
To appear in: First-Year Composition: From Theory to Practice, edited by Deborah Teague and Ron Lunsford, Parlor Press, 2014]
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Discovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle John Patrick Greene Department of Modern LanguagesDiscovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle John Patrick Greene Department of Modern Languages
Discovering the Exotic in the Eighteenth Century/La découverte de l’exotique au 18e siècle
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Philosophy Epistemology HigherPhilosophy Epistemology Higher
Sfeu (Scottish Further Education Unit) gratefully acknowledges the contribution made to this publication by Learning and Teaching Scotland who have granted permission to use material previously produced by hsdu
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Introduction to Classics 332-100-ab/01 Dr John Serrati John Abbott College Fall 2006 Course OutlineIntroduction to Classics 332-100-ab/01 Dr John Serrati John Abbott College Fall 2006 Course Outline
Ponderation: 3-0 You have three (3) hours per week of in-class time. Reserve a minimum of three (3) hours per week for homework
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