Econ 213 U. S. Economic Development in Historical PerspectiveEcon 213 U. S. Economic Development in Historical Perspective
Covers topics on long-term economic growth, technological advances, business cycles and fluctuations, financial market, labor market, and economic impacts of social change. Prerequisite: Admission to ma program in Economic. Units: 0
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Rhetoric and Writing Studies 200: The Rhetoric of Written Argument in Context Lecturer Jennifer Sager Fall 2012 SyllabusRhetoric and Writing Studies 200: The Rhetoric of Written Argument in Context Lecturer Jennifer Sager Fall 2012 Syllabus
To enroll in rws 200 students must have satisfied the English Placement Test and Writing Competency requirements and completed any one of the following: rws 100, Africana Studies 120, Chicana and Chicano Studies 111B, or Linguistics 100
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American Literature since 1865American Literature since 1865
Due to the vast array of texts that will be read during the semester, students should readily develop an appreciation for the varied nature and complexity of American literature
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Contemporary American Experimental Poetry English 6353 – Spring 2013Contemporary American Experimental Poetry English 6353 – Spring 2013
Bernstein, Charles. All the Whiskey in Heaven. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2008
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Contemporary Asian American HistoryContemporary Asian American History
Asian America. The course is organized into four themes: movements and migration, defining Asian American communities, the continuing myth of the model minority, and resistance and empowerment
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Civil War and Reconstruction amh 3170 Fall 2015 T/Th, 9: 25am-10: 40am Building 39, Rm. 3063 course requirements (exams, assignments, etc.) Think PiecesCivil War and Reconstruction amh 3170 Fall 2015 T/Th, 9: 25am-10: 40am Building 39, Rm. 3063 course requirements (exams, assignments, etc.) Think Pieces
The purpose of these short writing assignments is to help you make better sense of the reading materials and be better equipped to contribute to class discussion. These think pieces are worth 25% of your total course grade
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Instructor and course informationInstructor and course information
Other Requirements Satisfied: May be used for partial fulfillment of elective requirements for Classical Studies minor
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Theoretical Approaches to Literature English 3300. 501. 2158 – Fall 2015Theoretical Approaches to Literature English 3300. 501. 2158 – Fall 2015
Learning these theories, however, will not be a sterile exercise nor will it occur in a vacuum: students will learn to put the theories into practice when reading works of poetry and fiction
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San Jose State University Professor Ken Nuger Office: Clark Hall, 453San Jose State University Professor Ken Nuger Office: Clark Hall, 453
M/w office Hours: 8: 15-8: 45, 12: 45-1: 15 M/W, 4: 45-Spring, 2015 5: 45, m and by appointment
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Math 370 Fall 2005 History of MathematicsMath 370 Fall 2005 History of Mathematics
Emphasis is on the development of mathematical ideas and methods of problem solving. Attention will also be paid to the relevance of history to mathematics teaching
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The course will be taught as a "blended learning course." Students will meet in class on Mondays and Wednesdays for discussions. Fridays, students will work independently online
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Genomics, Proteomics and BioinformaticsGenomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics
David W. Mount; 2005 Phylogenetics Made Easy. A how to Manual for Molecular Biologists
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Theoretical Approaches to Literature English 3300. 501 – Fall 2014Theoretical Approaches to Literature English 3300. 501 – Fall 2014
Learning these theories, however, will not be a sterile exercise nor will it occur in a vacuum: students will learn to put the theories into practice when reading works of poetry and fiction
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Cleopatra: History and MythCleopatra: History and Myth
Had Cleopatra’s nose been shorter, the face of the world would have been changed.”
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The New York School Poets English 4361 – Fall 2014The New York School Poets English 4361 – Fall 2014
New York, which is, or used to be, merely a convenient place to live and meet with people, rather than a specific place whose local color influences the literature produced there
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