Syllabus fall 2014 the death penalty crim-4384-501-151s room 4143 InstructorSyllabus fall 2014 the death penalty crim-4384-501-151s room 4143 Instructor
Office Hours: After class both days as necessary and other times as scheduled via email
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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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Germany since 1866 summer 2010Germany since 1866 summer 2010
Fest, Joachim. Speer: The Final Verdict. Trans. Ewald Osers and Alexandra Dring. New York and San Diego: Harcourt, Inc., 1999. Note: If the uwf bookstore does not have this volume, please purchase it through Amazon com, Barnesandnoble com, Abebooks
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Western perspectives II summer 2007Western perspectives II summer 2007
Daniel E. Miller Office Hours: By appointment Department of History Office: Building 50, R
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History 285C/ART history 286h history of Ancient Egyptian ArtHistory 285C/ART history 286h history of Ancient Egyptian Art
Gay Robins, The Art of Ancient Egypt. Harvard University Press pb. Richard H. Wilkinson, Reading Egyptian Art. Thames & Hudson pb. (Rea)
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History 7A: United States History to 1876History 7A: United States History to 1876
Particular focus will be given to English colonization and the colonial period, the American Revolutionary war, the formation of the United States government, 19th century United States expansionism, slavery, the American Industrial
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Classics 342 Professor Alex Kennedy Homer in Translation Office: Learning Services Building 222Classics 342 Professor Alex Kennedy Homer in Translation Office: Learning Services Building 222
Odyssey. In the last two weeks of the course, we will read selections from three other ancient epics as a way of examining Homer’s place within the epic tradition as a whole
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World History Final Exam Study Guide NoteWorld History Final Exam Study Guide Note
Your World History Final Exam is scheduled for friday, 6/15. According to Yorktown High School policy, this date is non-negotiable (the final exam will not be given before or after this date). The final exam is worth 150 points
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Criminal justice 101 casesCriminal justice 101 cases
Students are encouraged to consult a text on criminal procedure for a complete examination of these cases and a more careful discussion of the precise points of law they established
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Cl 155: Survey of Greek and Roman Literature (crn: 34589) Spring 2016Cl 155: Survey of Greek and Roman Literature (crn: 34589) Spring 2016
What do we gain from them? In seeking the answers, you will not only better understand and appreciate those 'old' texts but also learn something about yourselves
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