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The French Revolution and the Old RegimeThe French Revolution and the Old Regime
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An examination of the pattern of exploration, settlement, and development of institutions throughout the colonial, early national, and Civil War eras forms the core of the course
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Culture introduces modern Arabic poetry as a culturally privileged mode of expression. Stylistic analysis of poetic text will be used as a window into Arab culture and thought and a platform to compare poetic currents in the Arab world and
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The course is suitable for students with an interest in museum studies, public archaeology, public history, as well as critical theory in law and the liberal arts
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Spring Session 2013: Charlotte The Exile and Return of the People of God: Interpreting the Prophetic and Restoration BooksSpring Session 2013: Charlotte The Exile and Return of the People of God: Interpreting the Prophetic and Restoration Books
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Europe during two profoundly turbulent centuries. We will study the major events that shaped European history between 1789 and the fall of the Soviet Bloc in 1989. This course will specifically focus on society and culture as well as political change
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Europe during two profoundly turbulent centuries. We will study the major events that shaped European history between 1789 and the fall of the Soviet Bloc in 1989. This course will specifically focus on society and culture as well as political change
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European ImperialismEuropean Imperialism
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