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Bonhoeffer, D., No Rusty Swords: Letters, Lectures and Notes, 1928-1936 (= Collected Works of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Vol. 1), 1965
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MO3210 American Revolutions: Ordinary Lives & Extraordinary Times Reading List Dr. Sarah PearsallMO3210 American Revolutions: Ordinary Lives & Extraordinary Times Reading List Dr. Sarah Pearsall
The astericks signify that those readings are essential for the class presentations. The double astericks refer to the reading that everyone should do even if they do nothing else that week. Otherwise, we will just have to sit there
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Book list for hist 2003Book list for hist 2003
Crosby, Alfred W. The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492 (1972)
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1 Introduction1 Introduction
It argues that the many points of agreement it describes amongst revolutionary political theorists in different parts of the Americas can be attributed to the dilemmas they encountered in common as Creoles, that is
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Community Literature (from Hogan 2003 and Nolte) Abbott, CarlCommunity Literature (from Hogan 2003 and Nolte) Abbott, Carl
Abbott, Carl. Boosters and Businessmen: Popular Economic Thought and Urban Growth in the Antebellum Middle West. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1981
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Narrating the RepublicNarrating the Republic
Readings by Benedict Anderson, J├╝rgen Habermas, and Richard Kearney provide the theoretical basis for discussion. In the second part of the course, we will read a variety of 19th-century narratives including stories, novels, and memoirs
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The Salem Witch TrialsThe Salem Witch Trials
Class members will examine trial records, scholarly works, poems, artwork, drama, film, and works of fiction to discover how Americans have, through the telling and retelling of this story
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History 201 U. S. History to 1877History 201 U. S. History to 1877
Students will also develop a variety of skills necessary for the study and practice of historical writing, including how to read primary and secondary sources, how to develop and write historical essays
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Attendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course. PapersAttendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course. Papers
Attendance: Two absences are allowed before a student may be dropped from the course
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The Salem Witch Trials: The Young and the Powerful Carissa CarrierThe Salem Witch Trials: The Young and the Powerful Carissa Carrier
New England into a witch-fearing frenzy. In order to understand the true nature of the Salem Witch Trials, examination of why Elizabeth Parris, Abigail Williams, and Ann Putnam Jr accused people of witchcraft, their rise to power
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DR. jenrette hist 713 History of WitchcraftDR. jenrette hist 713 History of Witchcraft
Office Hours: mw 130-2: 30; Mon 4-5 (Wiley 107); tr 9: 30-10: 30 and by appointment or walk-in!
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Space, Crime and Place: An Introduction to Spatial StatisticsSpace, Crime and Place: An Introduction to Spatial Statistics
Spatial statistics are increasingly used in the study of crime and justice, demography, epidemiology, economics and many other fields. All social phenomena occur in time and space
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Ergotism: The Satan Loosed in Salem?Ergotism: The Satan Loosed in Salem?
Convulsive ergotism may have been a physiological basis for the Salem witchcraft crisis in 1692
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The French Revolution and the Old RegimeThe French Revolution and the Old Regime
Old Regime as it influenced the outbreak of revolution. It is not intended to be a survey of the events of the French Revolution but an examination of the historical debates and historical literature surrounding the Revolution and the development of modern
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