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  EspaƱol 140: Survey of Latin American Literature
  Application for Engaging the World, American Diversity Course Designation
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  Hist 163: Ethnic Identity and Conflict in China
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  Smc core Curriculum Course Proposal Fall 2013 Name of proponent: Professor Myrna Santiago
  History 10: Introduction to Historical Methods
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  Course number: clsl 100 Course title: Classical Mythology Upper-division status
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  History 10: Introduction to Historical Methods
  TO: Beth Dobkin, Provost from: Hisham Ahmed, Chair Academic Senate date
  Core Curriculum Designation Proposal
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  Section: 01-01 fall 2012
  TO: Beth Dobkin, Provost from: Keith Ogawa, Chair Academic Senate date
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