Course: History of the American People to 1877Course: History of the American People to 1877
Text and supplies: Alan Brinkley, The Unfinished Nation, Vol. I: A concise History of the American People, 4th ed. Students are also required to use a bluebook or paper and a scantron for each exam
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Pols 1101—American GovernmentPols 1101—American Government
Hybrid course (which means that the course has a substantial online component). We will not meet for class on scheduled hybrid days but you will be responsible for completing all assigned work outside of class
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Pols 150, Spring 2015 Comparative Politics and GovernmentPols 150, Spring 2015 Comparative Politics and Government
This course is designed to introduce students to the comparative study of politics
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Comparative Politics and GovernmentComparative Politics and Government
Britain from the industrialized democracies, China from the communist and post-communist states, and India, Iran and Nigeria from the developing world. The political experience in each case will be studied in the context of its own cultural and
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Instructor: Prof. April BrownInstructor: Prof. April Brown
Course Text: Sherman & Salisbury, The West in the World, Renaissance to Present, 2nd edition
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Middle East Politics (pol 220) Paul Roesler, Professor of Political Science Spring 2009Middle East Politics (pol 220) Paul Roesler, Professor of Political Science Spring 2009
Other readings, handouts and hyperlinked articles (most should be accessible from my webpage); two of the most important outside readings include
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Instructor: Juliet Moss Format: Hybrid (Tuesdays on-line/Thursdays 9: 30-10: 45am) Contact InfoInstructor: Juliet Moss Format: Hybrid (Tuesdays on-line/Thursdays 9: 30-10: 45am) Contact Info
Discussion, research and writing on the visual arts, including painting, sculpture, architecture, book arts, ceramics, textiles, and body arts. For non-art major
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To remain ignorant of things that happened before you were born is to remain a childTo remain ignorant of things that happened before you were born is to remain a child
To remain ignorant of things that happened before you were born is to remain a child.”—Cicero
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Office: Chilton Hall 330f telephone: 940/369-7663 emailOffice: Chilton Hall 330f telephone: 940/369-7663 email
This class will provide a general introduction of the interdisciplinary field of Ethnic Studies. It is designed to help you engage with fundamental concepts that will allow you to understand the relevance of race and ethnicity in
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Exploring Society Introduction to Sociology 101 Ten Week Internet Course SyllabusExploring Society Introduction to Sociology 101 Ten Week Internet Course Syllabus
Welcome to my internet sociology course. Please read this syllabus carefully from beginning to end. You will be held responsible for the information contained in it. When you finish reading
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Classroom: L103 Telephone: tbaClassroom: L103 Telephone: tba
Civil War/Reconstruction eras. Themes that may be addressed in United States History I include: American settlement and diversity, American culture, religion, civil and human rights, technological change, economic change, immigration and
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Tuesday and Thursday, 10: 30 am-11: 45 amTuesday and Thursday, 10: 30 am-11: 45 am
Greeks to the end of the nineteenth-century. The other course, “History of Political Theory 1: Plato-Machiavelli,” is tentatively scheduled for Fall Semester, 2008. Note that there are no prerequisites for either of these courses
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