Art History 201: Ancient and Medieval Art (Fall 2013) Prof. Thomas DaleArt History 201: Ancient and Medieval Art (Fall 2013) Prof. Thomas Dale
Individual works of art and architecture will be explored not only from the standpoints of style and iconography (content), but also in terms of how they were designed to be used
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Ancient Civilizations \"Smackdown\"Ancient Civilizations "Smackdown"
Your group will be assigned one of the following civilizations (or pairs of civilizations) to research and present to the class
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郭嫚容Mandy Kuo 100501042莊秉霖 Wendy Chuang郭嫚容Mandy Kuo 100501042莊秉霖 Wendy Chuang
In a Two-child Family, Is the Second-born Child More Extroverted Than the First-born Child?
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Unit One Exam Do not write on this test!!!! Multiple Choice 5 Points Each Total: 150 PointsUnit One Exam Do not write on this test!!!! Multiple Choice 5 Points Each Total: 150 Points
Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question
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History of American Art: 1607 to the PresentHistory of American Art: 1607 to the Present
American art and considering it relative to one (or more) works of art of the student's choosing. A percentage of your grade will also be based on class participation – including attendance, level of participation in class discussions
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This course surveys the social and political history of the United States from Reconstruction to the present, emphasizing economics, social development and the role of the United States in world affairs
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Satyagraha: An Innovation for Change through Non-Violent ResistanceSatyagraha: An Innovation for Change through Non-Violent Resistance
Last year, Jennifer did a exhibit on Bayard Rustin’s nonviolent campaigns in the Civil Rights Movement, where she learned of Satyagraha. Satyagraha became the innovation for our project because it was something that inspired us and has made
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World civilizations I-II medieval research project purpose: The purpose of this project isWorld civilizations I-II medieval research project purpose: The purpose of this project is
To develop basic research skills necessary to conduct in-depth research on a given topic
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Convention on Biological Diversity Secretariat draft reportConvention on Biological Diversity Secretariat draft report
America as well as representatives from bionet-international (bionet), Global Biodiversity Information Facility
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Last Revision: Fall 2011-2012Last Revision: Fall 2011-2012
This course surveys United States History during the colonial, revolutionary, early national and antebellum period. It concludes with the end of the Civil War
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