Introduction to Communication and Civic Life COM 3 credits An overview of major approaches to the analysis and criticism of contemporary cultural concerns, situating these within the broader historical contexts of communication and cultural theory. Sophomore standing Credit for enrollment in approved study abroad programs.
Survey of rebellions, revolutionary movements, and social revolutions in the twentieth century, including Guatemalan, Cuban, Mexican, Chilean, and Nicaraguan cases. Meets International Perspectives Requirement. Sophomore classification Exploration, colonization, and development of political, economic, religious, and cultural institutions of North American colonies before Topics also include social history, emergence of African-American slavery, relations with American Indians.
Sophomore classification Participants, ideas, and events leading to independence and the foundation of the United States, to Topics include political, military, social, cultural history, also issues of gender and race relations.
The development of both law and the legal system from colonial times to the present, highlighting their crucial role in aspects of American life such as marriage, family, employment, racial identification, and economic exchange.
Topics will include important past legal disputes, the different levels of courts, the various actors in the legal process e. Topics include the Washington, Jefferson, and Jackson administrations, the War ofslavery and the South, economic and social development, Westward expansion and reform.
Sophomore classification Examination of the social and economic contradictions that led to Civil War and the reconstruction of American freedom and democracy. Topics include the Mexican War, sectional conflict and the crisis of disunion, economic, political and social aspects of civil war, emancipation, and reconstruction.
Sophomore classification America in transition and crisis: Sophomore classification Modern American history with an emphasis on political, socio-cultural, ethno-racial, and military history.
Sophomore Classification History of the Great Plains from prehistoric period. Emphasis on agricultural and rural development, Native Americans, cattle ranching, land policy, agrarian reform movements and federal policy.
Sophomore classification History of the American South from colonial period to present. Emphasis on economic, social, and political change in this rural region. Sophomore classification History of trans-Mississippi West from to present, concentrating on settlement and regional identity.
Emphasis on the state, the environment, urbanization, agriculture, Native Americans, and minority communities.
Sophomore classification History of rural America from the colonial period to the present. Emphasizes immigration, ethnicity, religion, social and cultural change, and agriculture in relation to rural settlement, institution building, demographic change, gender, class, and political and economic development.
Sophomore classification Comparative history of the civil rights and ethnic power movements African American, Chicano, American Indian, Puerto Rican, among others in the U. Topics include institutional foundations, leadership, gender and racial dynamics, and the convergences and divergences of these differing ethnic struggles for rights.
Diversity Requirement Cr. Repeatable, maximum of 2 times. Permission of area coordinator required prior to enrollment Observation and participation in a variety of school settings after admission to the teacher preparation program. Cross-listed with C I.
Admission to Teacher Education Supervised participation in a school setting. Clinical Supervision Level 3. Sophomore classification History of medicine, sickness, and public health from ancient times to the twenty-first century in the US, Europe, and around the world.
Topics include changing ideas of health and illness, development of doctors and hospitals, social and ethical issues in health care, and epidemics from cholera to AIDS.
Sophomore classification Inventions, innovations, artifacts, and material culture in the United States, from homespun cloth and the Colt revolver, through the transcontinental railroad and Model T, to fast food and the iPhone. Repeatable, maximum of 6 credits.
Sophomore standing In-depth exploration of a particular global conflict topic varies; e. No more than 6 credits of Hist may be counted toward graduation with a major in History. No credits of Hist may count toward a minor in History.In my country today there are some who say that the War of Liberation was a tragic period of division, and that all we need is national reconciliation.
Identification. Greece, the English name for the Hellenic Republic, derives from an ancient Latin word for that area. "Hellenic" derives from the word ancient Greeks used to refer themselves, while "Romeic" comes from the medieval or Byzantine Greek term.
In , at the age of ten, I received the First Provincial Award of Ludi Juveniles (a voluntary, compulsory competition for young Italian Fascists—that is, for every young Italian).
The Byzantine Empire, also referred to as the Eastern Roman Empire and Byzantium, was the continuation of the Roman Empire in its eastern provinces during Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, when its capital city was Constantinople (modern-day Istanbul, which had been founded as Byzantium).It survived the fragmentation and fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD and continued .
The Hellenistic art was a mix between Classical and Baroque or even rococo, which is more ideal, but also realistic. The Hellenistic period was, above anything else, a period of eclecticism. The art was used to glorify athletes and to glorify the gods. “IRAN HAS NO NUCLEAR WEAPONS,” Prime Minister Vladimir Putin told his fellow Russians during his annual Question-and-Answer session on December 3, Only a few days before Putin’s nationwide address, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, with threats from Israel on Iran’s nuclear sites.