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On the African background to the slave insurrection in Saint-Domingue (Haïti) in 1791: The Bois Caiman ceremony and the Dahomian ‘blood pact’
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Toward a New Historiography of Mathematics: Thomas S. Kuhn\Toward a New Historiography of Mathematics: Thomas S. Kuhn's Historical Philosophy of Science and the Responses to It by Some Historians of Mathematics
Y and philosophy of science. It may be also admitted that the first edition of a book was playing an overwhelming role for that revolution, Thomas S. Kuhn's Structure of Scientific Revolutions, published in 1962
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Suburbia Reconsidered: Race, Politics, and Property in the Twentieth-Century American MetropolisSuburbia Reconsidered: Race, Politics, and Property in the Twentieth-Century American Metropolis
Becky M. Nicolaides, My Blue Heaven: Life and Politics in the Working-Class Suburbs of Los Angeles, 1920-1965
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Prof. George J. Stein, Director Cyberspace & Information Operations Study CenterProf. George J. Stein, Director Cyberspace & Information Operations Study Center
Sun Tzu (Wade-Giles rendering of Chinese characters) or Sun Si
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The High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics Book LaunchThe High Court, The Constitution and Australian Politics Book Launch
Australia. Professor Galligan, who has written a chapter on the Barwick Court, is a distinguished Australian political scientist and I congratulate the editors, Rosalind Dixon and George Williams
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What is the meaning of life?What is the meaning of life?
In philosophy classrooms and academic journals, however, the question has nearly disappeared, and when the question is brought up, by a naïve student, for example, or a prospective donor to the cause of a liberal arts education
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Some reflections on violence, reconciliation and the “feudal revolution.” Fredric L. CheyetteSome reflections on violence, reconciliation and the “feudal revolution.” Fredric L. Cheyette
Conflict in Medieval Europe, ed. Piotr Gorecki and Warren Brown
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Representations of Change and Decay in Victorian LiteratureRepresentations of Change and Decay in Victorian Literature
Although not everyone would agree with this observation that rigidity and formality characterized the earlier part of the century, Max Beerbohm presents a similar opinion, and most importantly
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In Search of a Master Narrative for 20th Century Chinese History1In Search of a Master Narrative for 20th Century Chinese History1
This paper analyses the process of writing and re-writing post-49 history in the prc trying to give an answer to this puzzling question
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Purpose/Rationale for lessonPurpose/Rationale for lesson
I want the students to gain as many perspectives on African American identity as possible from this time period
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Table of contents introductionTable of contents introduction
Clovis I [481/82]-511, theoderic I 511-533, clodomir 511-524, childebert I 511-558, theodebert I 533-547, theodebald I 547-555. 7
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Study guide for john lewis gaddis’s the cold war: a new historyStudy guide for john lewis gaddis’s the cold war: a new history
What is Gaddis’s philosophy of history? (xi) I. e., how does he view history? What
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American Society Takes Shape, 1650 – 1763 Origins of SlaveryAmerican Society Takes Shape, 1650 – 1763 Origins of Slavery
United States. By the time the English had begun to settle permanent colonies in North America, the Spanish and Portuguese had developed a model of slavery to provide labor for commercial agriculture
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The Archaeology of Warwickshire from 1750: a preliminary noteThe Archaeology of Warwickshire from 1750: a preliminary note
Smr it would be possible to lose a lot of the records which simply repeat mapped information, and concentrate on more focused data gathering. Fortunately historic mapping is now widely available digitally
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Elizabethan Age Article 1: The Elizabethan AgeElizabethan Age Article 1: The Elizabethan Age
Elizabeth I became the Queen of England in 1558, six years before Shakespeare's birth. During her 45-year reign, London became a cultural and commercial center where learning and literature thrived
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