Publications for Anthony Welch 2015Publications for Anthony Welch 2015
Welch, A. (2015). A new epistemic Silk Road? The Chinese knowledge diaspora, and its implications for the Europe of Knowledge. European Review, 23(S1), S95-S111. [More Information]
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Curriculum VitaeCurriculum Vitae
Robert Hayden Collegiate Professor of History and Afroamerican and African Studies, College of Literature, Science and the Arts, University of Michigan, 2010
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Curriculum Vitae Neil t jumonville July 19, 2013 General InformationCurriculum Vitae Neil t jumonville July 19, 2013 General Information
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Cultural Methods in African American Historiography hist 6301-12, crn 55582Cultural Methods in African American Historiography hist 6301-12, crn 55582
You are responsible for ensuring that the issues important to you are included in our conversation. Engage enthusiastically and politely in discussion with the professor and your fellow students
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Goodman, et al. Chapter 6 Histories of Race, Difference and RacismGoodman, et al. Chapter 6 Histories of Race, Difference and Racism
This chapter focuses on how power is conveyed the historical consequences of state-sanctioned racism
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Master bibliography for sports in society, 1994–2009 NoteMaster bibliography for sports in society, 1994–2009 Note
I’ve used while writing and rewriting Sports in Society since the early 1990s. It can be used by those doing word searches for references. Some references from the 10th edition (2009) may not be included in this version of the bibliography
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Sourcepack for a course on the atomic bombSourcepack for a course on the atomic bomb
It also includes philosophical and critical approaches to this material. The units are designed so that they may be expanded, contracted, or eliminated to meet the needs of a particular course. Each unit contains a rationale
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A case for National History Raphael Samuel AbstractA case for National History Raphael Samuel Abstract
Ralph’s paper has a freshness, vitality and urgency that is as pertinent today as when it was written. In square brackets we have added explanatory notes
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Module 9: Popular Music and RadioModule 9: Popular Music and Radio
Christenson & Roberts, 1998, p. In a study conducted in 1990, when high school students were asked which media they would take with them if they were stranded on a desert island, at all grade levels, music media was the preferred top
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Media and MinoritiesMedia and Minorities
Abrash, B. (Ed.). (1992). Mediating history: The map guide to independent video by and about African American, Asian American, Latino, and Native American. New York: New York University Press
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Course Descriptions for Fall 2010Course Descriptions for Fall 2010
Only courses for which descriptions are available are listed here; for the full Fall 2010 English Department Course Schedule, see links on previous page
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Curriculum Vitae (Aaron) Feng LanCurriculum Vitae (Aaron) Feng Lan
Ph. D., University of Notre Dame. Major: English with Comparative Literature Concentration. Specialization: Modern Chinese Literature and 20th-Century American Literature. Supervisor: Dr. Stephen Fredman
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History of Global Health History of Science 148 Spring 2013 Lecture TimeHistory of Global Health History of Science 148 Spring 2013 Lecture Time
This course will meet twice weekly for lectures and once a week in small group sections. Graduate students can enroll in a separate graduate seminar section
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Abbas, a and McLean, M. (2010) Tackling Inequality Through Quality: a comparative study using Bernsteinian concepts. InAbbas, a and McLean, M. (2010) Tackling Inequality Through Quality: a comparative study using Bernsteinian concepts. In
Abell, P. and Reyniers, D. (2000). Review article: On the failure of social theory. British Journal of Sociology, 51, 4, 739-750
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Peace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief ExplanationPeace Studies Program: Electives Requirement Brief Explanation
Peace Studies framework in the capstone course (Peace 410). Peace Studies Electives are selected from existing courses in the University catalog and reflect both different departments and colleges. They are grouped into four Focus areas
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