History 615: Topics in Early Modern Europe

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "History 615: Topics in Early Modern Europe"

Transcription

1 History 615: Topics in Early Modern Europe University of Massachusetts Amherst, Fall 2008, class # Tuesday 1-3:30 p.m., Massachusetts Center for Renaissance Studies Course website: Professor Brian Ogilvie, Herter 614, , Office hours: M 11:15-12, Tu 10-11:30, W 11:15-12, and by appointment Course description An introduction to classic interpretations, recent scholarship, and sources in intellectual history, cultural history, and the history of science, c Topics will include humanism and scholarship, natural philosophy and science, witchcraft and the occult, the arts, the organization of literary and intellectual life, and circulation of knowledge between different disciplinary and national contexts. Assignments will include a review, an annotated bibliography and bibliographical essay, and a historiographical synthesis. Interested students may continue with a research seminar in the spring. Course structure This course is a seminar. We will meet each week for about 2.5 hours, with a brief pause about halfway through. Except for the first week, the first part of each meeting will be led by two student presenters. After the break, we will focus on practical research methods and skills for approaching early modern European intellectual and cultural history, often drawing on the resources available at the Renaissance Center. The seminar format places much of the burden of learning on you and your fellow students. Not preparing for discussions will harm them as well as you. Though presenters will organize and lead the discussion, you should come prepared to every class; otherwise you ll be letting them down. Requirements Regular attendance and participation Since a graduate course involves discussion, attendance and participation are crucial. I expect you to attend. Missing more than one class may seriously affect your grade. Missing a presentation will harm your partner and the rest of the class, so if you miss one you will likely get, at best, a B in the course. Presentations During the first class session you will sign up to do two paired presentations on course readings. Presenters are responsible for introducing the assigned readings and guiding discussion. A good presentation should give a brief account of the author s career and scholarly interests, followed by a synopsis of the reading s subject and main themes, an analysis of its methods and sources, and a set of questions for discussion. These questions, which will help frame the rest of the discussion, should address not only problems with the reading but also further questions that the reading raises but does not resolve. For the first half of the semester I have generally assigned one or more articles or chapters to accompany the main reading from a book; these don t have to be treated as thoroughly but they should be addressed in the presentation, e.g. as sources of competing or alternative interpretations.

2 2 Annotated bibliography In conjunction with your first presentation, you and your partner will prepare an annotated bibliography of (1) primary sources, (2) biographies, and (3) scholarly books and articles related to the presentation topic. This bibliography will be due by 5 p.m. the Monday before class, via to the course mailing list. Note: students who sign up for weeks 2 and 3 may have until Monday, Sept. 22, to their annotated bibliographies. Book review The week after your first presentation, you will hand in a 5-8 page ( word) book review of the major assigned book for the week of your presentation. Unlike the annotated bibliography, this will not be a collective effort; you should feel free to discuss the book with your partner but do not share outlines or drafts of your review. You should bring a hard copy of your review to class. After you turn it in you should also a copy to the course mailing list. Note: students who sign up for weeks 2 and 3 may have until Tuesday, Sept. 23, to turn in their book reviews. Bibliographical essay In conjunction with your second presentation, you and your partner will prepare a short (5-8 page) bibliographical essay addressing important scholarly books and articles related to the presentation topic. The bibliographical essay will be due by 5 p.m. the Monday before class, via to the course mailing list. Research proposal Your final assignment is a page research proposal that sets out an interesting historical question, relates it to a broader historical problem, discusses the existing literature on the problem, and presents a coherent set of sources available for your use, here or online, that you can use to try to answer your question. If you are continuing on in the spring with History 715, this proposal will be the basis of your research paper. Your research proposal will be due in hard copy on the final day of class. After you turn it in you should also a copy to the course mailing list. Grading The final course grade will be determined by your performance on all 5 components, and class participation. The rough breakdown will be as follows: General participation 10% Presentations 20% (10% each) Annotated bibliography 10% Book review 20% Bibliographical essay 15% Research proposal 25% If necessary, however, I will re-weight the elements of the course to your advantage. Grades in graduate courses reflect my professional assessment of your achievements and potential as an apprentice historian. Here is a rough key to their interpretation: A excellent A- very good

3 3 B+ good B acceptable B- marginal C+ marginal to unacceptable C unacceptable In addition to the grade, you will receive written comments at the end of the semester reflecting my assessment. Readings Required readings for each week are listed in the calendar, below. Most of the articles and book chapters will be available online, but each week there is one major book reading assignment (all or part of a book, depending on length) that you will have to buy or borrow. All books will be on 2-hour reserve in the library. I did not order books because I expect that many of you will wish to buy only the books that particularly interest you and that you ll borrow the others. Nat Herold at Amherst Books has told me that he will keep a couple copies on hand of each of the books, except for Stuart Clark s Thinking with Demons (which lists for $99 in paperback!) and Jonathan Dewald s Aristocratic Experience (which is out of print but available online). Please make arrangements as early as possible to get the books you want, and allow extra time to read reserve copies of those you don t want. Two books that you will find invaluable for doing research in this course are: Booth, Wayne C., Gregory G. Colomb, and Joseph M. Williams. The craft of research. 3rd ed. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, Mann, Thomas. The Oxford guide to library research. 3rd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, If you find that the readings or discussions introduce a lot of unfamiliar terms, you should take a look at the following books: Bennett, Tony, Lawrence Grossberg, and Meaghan Morris, eds. New keywords: A revised vocabulary of culture and society. Malden, MA, and Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, A dictionary of important concepts, modeled on Raymond William s Keywords (below). Williams, Raymond. Keywords: A vocabulary of culture and society. Revised ed. New York: Oxford University Press, ISBN Brief histories of important concepts for social analysis, e.g. family, class, science. Please note: if a reading is available online through a database to which the University of Massachusetts Libraries subscribe, I have indicated that on the syllabus, and you should figure out how to get it. If a reading is not available Academic honesty policy The UMass/Five College Graduate Program in History expects its students to abide by the Graduate Student Honor Code, which reads as follows:

4 4 We, the graduate students of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, hereby affirm that graduate students do not lie, cheat, or steal, or willingly tolerate those who do. We do not plagiarize the work of others, falsify data, or knowingly allow false data to be generated or published with our compliance. We do not harass or discriminate against others for reasons of race (phenotype), creed, sexual orientation, or political belief, or keep faith with those who do. Unfortunately, cases of academic dishonesty have cropped up from time to time in the Graduate School, even in the History Department. The Department takes academic honesty very seriously; the normal penalty for plagiarism or other forms of cheating is, at the minimum, failing the course. My personal policy is to seek suspension or expulsion from the program, because cheating in graduate school violates the fundamental element of trust that is at the heart of the student-teacher relationship. Class schedule 1 (9/2). Introduction; some historiographical considerations Grafton, Anthony. The history of ideas: Precept and practice, and beyond. Journal of the History of Ideas 67 (2006): Sewell, William H., Jr. Logics of history: Social theory and social transformation. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2005.Chapters 1 and 2. 2 (9/9). Languages, communities, and the Republic of Letters Burke, Peter. Languages and communities in early modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Dibon, Paul. Communication in the Respublica literaria of the seventeenth century. Res publica litterarum 1 (1978): Daston, Lorraine. The ideal and reality of the Republic of Letters in the Enlightenment. Science in Context 4 (1991): Waquet, Françoise. Qu est-ce que la République des Lettres? Essai de sémantique historique. Bibliothèque de l Ecole des Chartes 1 (1989): (9/16). Printing and cultural transformation Eisenstein, Elizabeth L. The printing press as an agent of change: Communications and cultural transformations in early-modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Read front matter, part 1, and conclusion (pp. ix-159, ); skim the rest to get the gist of the argument. Grafton, Anthony. The importance of being printed. Review of The printing press as an agent of change, by Elizabeth Eisenstein. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 11 (1980): (Available online through UMass) Grafton, Anthony, Elizabeth L. Eisenstein, and Adrian Johns. AHR Forum: How revolutionary was the print revolution? American Historical Review 107, no. 1 (2002): (Available online through UMass)

5 5 4 (9/23). Renaissance humanism Celenza, Christopher S. The lost Italian Renaissance: Humanists, historians, and Latin s legacy. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, Grafton, Anthony. On the scholarship of Politian and its context. Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 40 (1977): (Available online through UMass) Gray, Hanna H. Renaissance humanism: The pursuit of eloquence. Journal of the History of Ideas 24 (1963): (Available online through UMass) 5 (9/30). Renaissance and Reformation Levi, Anthony. Renaissance and Reformation: The intellectual genesis. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, Parish, Helen. New perspectives on the Reformation. [Review of five recent books.] Journal of Religious History 32, no. 1 (March 2008): (On course website) 6 (10/7). History and the past Grafton, Anthony. What was history? The art of history in early modern Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Woolf, Daniel. From hystories to the historical: Five transitions in thinking about the past, In The uses of history in early modern England, ed. Paulina Kewes, San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, (On course website) Note: no class on 10/14 7 (10/21). Science, religion, and language Bono, James J. The word of God and the languages of man: Interpreting nature in early modern science and medicine. Vol. 1, Ficino to Descartes. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Feingold, Mordechai. Science as a calling? The early modern dilemma. Science in Context 15, no. 1 (2002): (Available online through UMass) 8 (10/28). Science, medicine, and commerce Cook, Harold J. Matters of exchange: Commerce, medicine, and science in the Dutch Golden Age. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, (11/4). Structures of thought Clark, Stuart. Thinking with demons: The idea of witchcraft in early modern Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press, Everyone should read the front matter and Part 1 (through p. 147) and at least one other part of the book (Science, History, Religion, or Politics) based on your interests. 10 (Wednesday, 11/12). The crisis of the seventeenth century? Israel, Jonathan I. Radical Enlightenment: Philosophy and the making of modernity, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, Read chapters 1-8, 13, 16-18, 20-22, 24, and

6 6 11 (11/18). Enlightenment(s) Gay, Peter. The Enlightenment: An interpretation. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, Vol. 1, Overture. (Available online on course website) Pocock, J. G. A. Barbarism and religion. Vol. 1, The Enlightenments of Edward Gibbon. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, (11/25). Society, culture, and ideas Dewald, Jonathan. Aristocratic experience and the origins of modern culture: France, Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, Note: this book is out of print but it is available online through the ACLS Humanities E-Book database. Mills, C. Wright. Situated actions and vocabularies of motive. American Sociological Review 5, no. 6 (December 1940): (Available online through UMass) 13 (12/2). Passages to modernity Dupré, Louis. The Enlightenment and the intellectual foundations of modern culture. New Haven: Yale University Press, (12/9). Conclusion; final papers due Taylor, Charles. A secular age. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Read at least through p. 295, concentrating on the Preface, Introduction, and chapters 1, 4, 6, and 7.

Required Books Alison Isenberg, Downtown America: A History of the Place and the People Who Made It (Chicago, 2009)

Required Books Alison Isenberg, Downtown America: A History of the Place and the People Who Made It (Chicago, 2009) Research Seminar: Cities and Suburbs in American Culture Robert W. Snyder Graduate Program in American Studies 26:050:550 Thursday, 5:30-8:10 pm, Spring 2014 Conklin 233 In this seminar you will research

More information

HIST 521/611WR: COLONIAL AMERICA

HIST 521/611WR: COLONIAL AMERICA UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE Daniel Krebs, Ph.D. Department of History Gottschalk Hall 102C Louisville, KY 40292 Email: daniel.krebs@louisville.edu HIST 521/611WR: COLONIAL AMERICA 1. COURSE DESCRIPTION In

More information

J.P.Sommerville THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN BRITAIN

J.P.Sommerville THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN BRITAIN J.P.Sommerville 361 THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN BRITAIN 1485-1660 Semester II, 2011 This course will explore a decisive period in the making of modern Britain, and of the western world today. Though the social,

More information

English 495: Romanticism: Criticism and Theory

English 495: Romanticism: Criticism and Theory English 495: Romanticism: Criticism and Theory Tuesdays and Thursdays 2-3.40pm, Morrison 210 Keene State College, Fall 2008 Dr. William Stroup Office: Parker 102, office phone: 358-2692, email wstroup@keene.edu

More information

COMPARATIVE RELIGION Religion 131 Spring 2017

COMPARATIVE RELIGION Religion 131 Spring 2017 COMPARATIVE RELIGION Religion 131 Spring 2017 Dr. Dan Capper Office: LAB 340 Office phone: 601-266-4522 Office hours: 10-11 MWF and 5:30-6:20 Tuesday Email: Daniel.Capper@usm.edu Catalog course description:

More information

Course Syllabus: MENG 6510: Eminent Writers, Ralph Waldo Emerson

Course Syllabus: MENG 6510: Eminent Writers, Ralph Waldo Emerson Course Syllabus: MENG 6510: Eminent Writers, Ralph Waldo Emerson Instructor: Dr. John Schwiebert Office: EH #457 Phone: 626-6289 e-mail: jschwiebert@weber.edu Office hours: XXX, or by appointment Course

More information

SOC 611: CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY Fall 2016: MARX TO MANNHEIM

SOC 611: CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY Fall 2016: MARX TO MANNHEIM Instructor: Professor Manfred B. Steger Meeting Time & Place: Thursday, 2:30-5:00 pm, SAKAM A411 Office: Saunders 236 Telephone: 956-7117 Email: manfred@hawaii.edu SOC 611: CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY

More information

Behind the Da Vinci Code REL 3490 Online

Behind the Da Vinci Code REL 3490 Online Behind the Da Vinci Code REL 3490 Online Professor Erik Larson Spring 2014 DM 303 Email: larsone@fiu.edu Office Hours: TR 12:30-1:45 and by appointment (305) 348-3518 Course Description and Objectives:

More information

11.015J/21H104J. Riots, Strikes, and Conspiracies in American History. Fall (A HASS-D, Communications Intensive Subject.)

11.015J/21H104J. Riots, Strikes, and Conspiracies in American History. Fall (A HASS-D, Communications Intensive Subject.) 2 11.015J/21H104J. Riots, Strikes, and Conspiracies in American History. Fall 2004. (A HASS-D, Communications Intensive Subject.) Instructors: Prof. Robert M. Fogelson Prof. Pauline Maier Requirements:

More information

English 10B Introduction to English I Poetics and Politics in Medieval and Renaissance Literature Spring

English 10B Introduction to English I Poetics and Politics in Medieval and Renaissance Literature Spring English 10B Introduction to English I Poetics and Politics in Medieval and Renaissance Literature Spring 2015-16 From the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries, the development of English literature

More information

HIST377: History of Russia, From the Beginnings Until the End of the 18 th Century

HIST377: History of Russia, From the Beginnings Until the End of the 18 th Century The College of William and Mary Department of History Fall 2009 HIST377: History of Russia, From the Beginnings Until the End of the 18 th Century Dr. Frederick Corney email: fccorn@wm.edu Office: James

More information

Policy Statement on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism

Policy Statement on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism Academic Integrity and Plagiarism 1 Policy Statement on Academic Integrity and Plagiarism For all courses in the Writing Program of the English Department at the University of Michigan-Flint including

More information

Modern Latin America HIST 3358 JO Spring 2005, Wednesdays 7:00-9:45 pm

Modern Latin America HIST 3358 JO Spring 2005, Wednesdays 7:00-9:45 pm 1 Modern Latin America HIST 3358 JO 4.102 Spring 2005, Wednesdays 7:00-9:45 pm Dr. Monica Rankin Office: Jonsson 5.712 Phone: 972-883-2170 Office Hours: Wednesday 6:00-7:00 Mobile: 520-245-2513 Or by appointment

More information

A-H 624 section 001. Theory and Methods: Kant and Hegel on Art and Culture. Wednesday 5:00 7:30 pm. Fine Arts 308A. Prof.

A-H 624 section 001. Theory and Methods: Kant and Hegel on Art and Culture. Wednesday 5:00 7:30 pm. Fine Arts 308A. Prof. 1 A-H 624 section 001 Theory and Methods: Kant and Hegel on Art and Culture Wednesday 5:00 7:30 pm Fine Arts 308A Prof. Anna Brzyski Office Hours: W 2:00-4:00 pm and by appointment Phone: 859 388-9899

More information

INTRODUCTION TO MODERN WORLD HISTORY, HIST 1370 W, SECTION 3: FALL, Department of History, The University of Manitoba

INTRODUCTION TO MODERN WORLD HISTORY, HIST 1370 W, SECTION 3: FALL, Department of History, The University of Manitoba 1 INTRODUCTION TO MODERN WORLD HISTORY, 1500-1800 HIST 1370 W, SECTION 3: FALL, 2012. Department of History, The University of Manitoba Erik Thomson Fletcher Argue 452 Erik.Thomson@ad.umanitoba.ca Office

More information

Proseminar: Imperial Crisis and the British Empire

Proseminar: Imperial Crisis and the British Empire Proseminar: Imperial Crisis and the British Empire Prof. Jeffrey Auerbach Course: Hist 497E Office: Sierra Tower 603 Semester: Spring 2011 Hours: TTh 11-12, T 2-3 Time: Tuesdays 4-6:45 pm Phone: 818-677-3561

More information

Syllabus MUS Piano Class I page 1

Syllabus MUS Piano Class I page 1 Syllabus MUS 111 C01 - Piano Class I Fall and Spring Semesters Instructor: John Shipley Office Hours: I do not have an office at WNC to meet students in, but you can contact me before class in the piano

More information

Citing Responsibly. A Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism. By The George Washington University Law School s Committee on Academic Integrity

Citing Responsibly. A Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism. By The George Washington University Law School s Committee on Academic Integrity Citing Responsibly A Guide to Avoiding Plagiarism 2016 2017 By The George Washington University Law School s Committee on Academic Integrity Revised Summer 2003 1 Contents Section Page Introduction The

More information

Harvard University Extension School

Harvard University Extension School Harvard University Extension School MUSIC E-l04 First Nights: Five Performance Premieres Monday and Wednesday (and one Friday), 10:00 a.m. Sanders Theater Professor Thomas Forrest Kelly Music Building

More information

SELF AND SOCIETY IN EUROPE,

SELF AND SOCIETY IN EUROPE, HISTORY 709-02 INTRODUCTORY RESEARCH SEMINAR: SELF AND SOCIETY IN EUROPE, 1350-1700 Fall Semester 2008 Mondays 3:30-6:20 PM Humanities 1304 Jodi Bilinkoff Humanities 2114 Office Hours: MWF 10:00-10:45

More information

The Critic as Artist English 98r: Junior Tutorial Spring Porter White Barker 105

The Critic as Artist English 98r: Junior Tutorial Spring Porter White Barker 105 The Critic as Artist English 98r: Junior Tutorial Spring 2017 Porter White ewhite@fas.harvard.edu Barker 105 To what extent are masters of the essay form also artists? What are the hazards for poets writing

More information

AL 892: The Sublime and the Non-Representable Summer 2010, Michigan State University Dr. Christian Lotz

AL 892: The Sublime and the Non-Representable Summer 2010, Michigan State University Dr. Christian Lotz AL 892: The Sublime and the Non-Representable Summer 2010, Michigan State University Dr. Christian Lotz Tentative Schedule (last UPDATE: July 02, 2010) NUMBER DATE TOPIC READING PROTOCOL PRESENTATION ASSIGNMENTS

More information

In order to enrich our experience of great works of philosophy and literature we will include, whenever feasible, speakers, films and music.

In order to enrich our experience of great works of philosophy and literature we will include, whenever feasible, speakers, films and music. West Los Angeles College Philosophy 12 History of Greek Philosophy Fall 2015 Instructor Rick Mayock, Professor of Philosophy Required Texts There is no single text book for this class. All of the readings,

More information

POLS 3045: Humor and American Politics SPRING 2017, Dr. Baumgartner Meets Tues. & Thur., 9:30-10:45, in Brewster, D-202

POLS 3045: Humor and American Politics SPRING 2017, Dr. Baumgartner Meets Tues. & Thur., 9:30-10:45, in Brewster, D-202 POLS 3045: Humor and American Politics SPRING 2017, Dr. Baumgartner Meets Tues. & Thur., 9:30-10:45, in Brewster, D-202 Office Phone: Office: Email: 252.328.2843 Brewster A-114 jodyb@jodyb.net Office Hours:

More information

SYA 4010: Sociological Theory Florida State University Fall 2017 T/TH, 2 3:15pm, HCB 214

SYA 4010: Sociological Theory Florida State University Fall 2017 T/TH, 2 3:15pm, HCB 214 SYA 4010: Sociological Theory Florida State University Fall 2017 T/TH, 2 3:15pm, HCB 214 Professor Miranda R. Waggoner Office Hours: Thursday, 11:30am 1:30pm, Bellamy 621 Office Telephone: 850-644-1378

More information

MUT 4366 JAZZ ARRANGING 2 (offered Spring)

MUT 4366 JAZZ ARRANGING 2 (offered Spring) MUT 4366 JAZZ ARRANGING 2 (offered Spring) Spring 2016 Syllabus Course Meeting Time and Location: TBA. Class will meet a total of 3 hours a week and will done in either 3 meetings or 2 meetings depending

More information

Percussion Ensemble Syllabus Spring 2018

Percussion Ensemble Syllabus Spring 2018 Percussion Ensemble Syllabus Spring 2018 Department of Music College of Arts & Humanities University of Central Florida MUN 2442 MUN 3443 MUN 3444 MUN 3831 MUN 5445 Instructors: Dr. Thad Anderson Professor

More information

Dissertation/Thesis Preparation Manual College of Graduate Studies Austin Peay State University

Dissertation/Thesis Preparation Manual College of Graduate Studies Austin Peay State University Dissertation/Thesis Preparation Manual College of Graduate Studies Austin Peay State University i Table of Contents Chapter I, Introduction... 1 Chapter II, The Essentials... 3 Chapter III, Preliminary

More information

Learning Outcomes By the end of this class, students should be able to:

Learning Outcomes By the end of this class, students should be able to: 1 UCLR 100: Interpreting Literature (Introduction to Modernism) Spring Semester 2018 Wednesdays 10:00-12:30 a.m. Dr. Mena Mitrano Email: mmitrano@luc.edu Office Hours: Wednesdays, by appointment Course

More information

Chinese 109H Chinese Popular Literature: Culture and Text

Chinese 109H Chinese Popular Literature: Culture and Text Course Syllabus - Winter 2011 Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, UC Davis Chinese 109H Chinese Popular Literature: Culture and Text Instructor: Emily Wilcox Email: emily.e.wilcox@gmail.com

More information

HS 495/500: Abraham Lincoln Winter/spring 2011 Tuesdays, 6-9:15 pm History dept. seminar room, B- 272

HS 495/500: Abraham Lincoln Winter/spring 2011 Tuesdays, 6-9:15 pm History dept. seminar room, B- 272 Winter/spring 2011 Tuesdays, 6-9:15 pm History dept. seminar room, B- 272 Instructor: Daniel Kilbride Dept. of history B- 261 216.397.4773 (o)/216.321-8793 (h)/216.233.5950 (c)/dkilbride@jcu.edu This class

More information

Assigned readings from the online edition of The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot (marked online)

Assigned readings from the online edition of The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot (marked online) ENG 290: Human Values in Literature (The artist, the thinker, the community) Spring 2018 Wednesdays 2:00-4:30 p.m. Dr. Mena Mitrano Email: mmitrano@luc.edu Office Hours: by appointment Course Description

More information

LISS1015 Music in Film

LISS1015 Music in Film Leeds International Summer School STUDY ABROAD OFFICE LISS1015 Music in Film Module leader: Dr Ian Sapiro Email: i.p.sapiro@leeds.ac.uk Module summary Since the Lumière brothers screened the first moving

More information

History 600: London: A Modern Imperial Metropolis Fall 2012 Wednesday 11:00 1: Mosse Humanities Building

History 600: London: A Modern Imperial Metropolis Fall 2012 Wednesday 11:00 1: Mosse Humanities Building History 600: London: A Modern Imperial Metropolis Fall 2012 Wednesday 11:00 1:00 5245 Mosse Humanities Building Professor Daniel Ussishkin 5112 Mosse Humanities Building Email: ussishkin@wisc.edu Phone:

More information

Music in Film. Module Outline Leeds International Summer School

Music in Film. Module Outline Leeds International Summer School Music in Film Module Outline Leeds International Summer School Module Overview This module offers an introduction to the history of film scoring from the silent era through to the present. The function

More information

POLS 611: TRADITIONS OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Spring 2016: Marx & Marxism

POLS 611: TRADITIONS OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY Spring 2016: Marx & Marxism Instructor: Professor Manfred B. Steger Meeting Time: Monday, 10:30am - 1:00pm/ SAUND 624 Office: Saunders 615 Telephone: 956-8092 Email: manfred@hawaii.edu POLS 611: TRADITIONS OF POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY

More information

Music 207r: Music, Race and Nation

Music 207r: Music, Race and Nation Music 207r: Music, Race and Nation Fall 2012 Wed 10am- 12pm Music Building Davison Room Wayne Marshall wayne_marshall@post.harvard.edu Music Building 202 S Office Hours: Tues & Fri, 11am- 12pm INTRODUCTION

More information

DAA 3684 Dance Performance Spring Semester, 2017

DAA 3684 Dance Performance Spring Semester, 2017 DAA 3684 Dance Performance Spring Semester, 2017 NOTE: This syllabus is subject to change at the discretion of the Professor. A new syllabus will be issued by the Professor should major changes occur.

More information

============================================================================= ===

============================================================================= === Historikerstreit. English. Forever in the shadow of Hitler? : original documents of the Historikerstreit, the controversy concerning the singularity of the Holocaust / translated by James Knowlton and

More information

LAT 111, 112, and 251 or consent of instructor

LAT 111, 112, and 251 or consent of instructor LAT 370.001: Satire Dr. Achim Kopp Spring Semester 2000 217 Knight Hall MWF 8:00-8:50 Telephone: 301-2761 (O); 474-6248 (H) 204 Knight Hall E-mail: kopp_a@mercer.edu Web site: www.mercer.edu/fll/index.html

More information

MUS 210: SONGWRITING MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FALL 2014

MUS 210: SONGWRITING MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FALL 2014 MUS 210: SONGWRITING MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FALL 2014 MW, 6:00pm 7:50pm Music Practice Building 219 (Mondays) Music Building 145 (Wednesdays) Stuart Hill, instructor Music Practice Building 221 (office

More information

SPGR Methods in Christian Spirituality Spring 2016 Session A

SPGR Methods in Christian Spirituality Spring 2016 Session A SPGR 6834 -- Methods in Christian Spirituality Spring 2016 Session A Rev. Francis X. McAloon, S.J., Ph.D. Associate Professor of Christian Spirituality Fordham University Graduate School of Religion and

More information

MLA and Turabian Guidelines for Citing Sources

MLA and Turabian Guidelines for Citing Sources MLA and Turabian Guidelines for Citing Sources This handout contains templates for various common types of sources in MLA style and two different Turabian Styles. If you have questions, our tutors would

More information

San José State University School of Music and Dance MUSIC 120 Section 1, Worlds of Jazz, Fall 2015

San José State University School of Music and Dance MUSIC 120 Section 1, Worlds of Jazz, Fall 2015 San José State University School of Music and Dance MUSIC 120 Section 1, Worlds of Jazz, Fall 2015 Instructor: Office Location: Telephone: Email: Office Hours: Class Days/Time: Classroom: Prerequisites:

More information

Syllabus Fall 2017! PHIL721 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy:! Kant s Critique of Judgment!

Syllabus Fall 2017! PHIL721 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy:! Kant s Critique of Judgment! Syllabus Fall 2017 PHIL721 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy: Kant s Critique of Judgment Tuesday, 4:30pm - 7:10pm Nguyen Engineering Building 1110 Prof. Rachel Jones Office: Robinson B465A e-mail: rjones23@gmu.edu

More information

JEFFERSON COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS ENG216 WORLD LITERATURE: AFTER Credit Hours. Presented by: Trish Loomis

JEFFERSON COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS ENG216 WORLD LITERATURE: AFTER Credit Hours. Presented by: Trish Loomis JEFFERSON COLLEGE COURSE SYLLABUS ENG216 WORLD LITERATURE: AFTER 1650 3 Credit Hours Presented by: Trish Loomis Revised Date: March 2010 by Andrea St. John Arts and Science Education Dr. Mindy Selsor,

More information

History 2605E: Survey of Japanese History Wednesday 11:30 AM-1:30 PM

History 2605E: Survey of Japanese History Wednesday 11:30 AM-1:30 PM The University of Western Ontario Department of History History 2605E: Survey of Japanese History Wednesday 11:30 AM-1:30 PM Instructor: Carl Young Office: LwH 2225 Office Hours: Wednesdays 1:30-3:30 Telephone:

More information

Instructor: Dr. Cassie Ambutter Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:30-3:30PM, The Abbey Coffee Shop (at Vintage Faith)

Instructor: Dr. Cassie Ambutter   Office Hours: Wednesdays, 1:30-3:30PM, The Abbey Coffee Shop (at Vintage Faith) LGST 10: Introduction to Legal Studies Mondays and Wednesdays, 9-12:30PM Summer Session II, 2016 Location: Physical Sciences 114 Instructor: Dr. Cassie Ambutter E-Mail: cambutte@ucsc.edu Office Hours:

More information

RTV4030: Sports Broadcasting Spring 2013 Tuesday, Period 3 / Thursday, Periods 3-4 G st Century News Lab

RTV4030: Sports Broadcasting Spring 2013 Tuesday, Period 3 / Thursday, Periods 3-4 G st Century News Lab RTV4030: Sports Broadcasting Spring 2013 Tuesday, Period 3 / Thursday, Periods 3-4 G037 21 st Century News Lab I N S T R U C T O R Kevin Hull Office: Office Hours: E-Mail: Twitter: Webpage: Phone: G044,

More information

The Cold War in Latin America

The Cold War in Latin America University of Mississippi Department of History History 470-1: Undergraduate Research Seminar The Cold War in Latin America Instructor: Oliver Dinius Office: Bishop Hall 304 Contact: dinius@olemiss.edu,

More information

Los Angeles Ballet s Quartet

Los Angeles Ballet s Quartet Engage Learn Transform MARCH - APRIL 2014 Special performance for Club 1527 Now that She s Gone One-Woman Play written and performed by Ellen Snortland Friday, March 7 at 1:30 pm Now That She s Gone is

More information

RUSS 4304 BANNED AND CENSORED WORKS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE. Department of Modern Languages University of Texas at Arlington Fall 2011 T/TH 2:00-3:20

RUSS 4304 BANNED AND CENSORED WORKS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE. Department of Modern Languages University of Texas at Arlington Fall 2011 T/TH 2:00-3:20 RUSS 4304 BANNED AND CENSORED WORKS OF RUSSIAN LITERATURE Dr. Lonny Harrison 221 Hammond Hall Office hours: T/TH 3:30-4:30 lonnyharrison@uta.edu http://russian.uta.edu Department of Modern Languages University

More information

Upper School Summer Reading Assignments

Upper School Summer Reading Assignments Sixth Grade Students 1. Read one of the following books: The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien, ISBN# - 0618260307 Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maude Montgomery, ISBN# - 055321313-X 2. Project: Create a book jacket

More information

COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS SYLLABUS: 2014FA MUSIC POPULAR SONGWRITING

COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS SYLLABUS: 2014FA MUSIC POPULAR SONGWRITING COLLEGE OF THE CANYONS SYLLABUS: 2014FA MUSIC 118-12300 POPULAR SONGWRITING Lecture 4:30-5:20 Monday, Wednesday PCOH 111 Lab 5:25-6:45 Monday, Wednesday PCOH 111 INSTRUCTOR: Bill Macpherson Ph.no. 818

More information

BRITISH LITERATURE PRESENT

BRITISH LITERATURE PRESENT BRITISH LITERATURE 1800 PRESENT English 2202H (Autumn 2013) Class Meets: Denney Hall 245 Professor Thomas S. Davis TA: Yonina Hoffman (Hoffman.783@osu.edu) Office Hours: Monday 35 or by appointment, Denney

More information

Garcia 1. Ph.D. in English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, 2007.

Garcia 1. Ph.D. in English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL, 2007. Garcia 1 Humberto Garcia 07/05/12 Vanderbilt, Department of English 425 Benson Science Hall Nashville, TN 37235 (615) 322-2328, office humberto.garcia@vanderbilt.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in English, University

More information

Country Commercial Guides (downloadable from registration required)

Country Commercial Guides (downloadable from  registration required) Management 188D C1 Doing Business in Latin America Spring 2012 Prof. Christopher Lynch Office Hours: Call or e-mail for appointment (949-422-7723 christopherlynch@sbcglobal.net) I will also have an optional

More information

RTV3305: Investigative Reporting Spring 2014 Tuesday, Period 4-6 (10:40am-1:40pm) Weimer Hall Room 3024 RTV3305.wordpress.com

RTV3305: Investigative Reporting Spring 2014 Tuesday, Period 4-6 (10:40am-1:40pm) Weimer Hall Room 3024 RTV3305.wordpress.com RTV3305: Investigative Reporting Spring 2014 Tuesday, Period 4-6 (10:40am-1:40pm) Weimer Hall Room 3024 RTV3305.wordpress.com I N S T R U C T O R Kevin Hull Office: Office Hours: E-Mail: Twitter: Webpage:

More information

JOURNAL OF THE INTERDENOMINATIONAL THEOLOGICAL CENTER

JOURNAL OF THE INTERDENOMINATIONAL THEOLOGICAL CENTER JOURNAL OF THE INTERDENOMINATIONAL THEOLOGICAL CENTER The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center (JITC) is published biannually, in the Fall and Spring. It is dedicated to the advancement

More information

Social Networking in the Scriptorium

Social Networking in the Scriptorium 1 English 606: Books, Manuscripts, Libraries Social Networking in the Scriptorium Prof. Alex Mueller Boston Public Library Spring 2014 Mondays 2-5 p.m. alex.mueller@umb.edu Office hours: M 12-1, WF 11-12

More information

Syllabus for English 233H Literature as Satire

Syllabus for English 233H Literature as Satire Syllabus for English 233H Literature as Satire Semester: Fall 2011 Course number/section: ENG -233H - 001 Class time: TTH 2:00-3:15 Room: McKibben Education 351 Instructor: Dr. Elizabeth Tasker email:

More information

CHALLENGES IN MODERN CULTURE HUMANITIES 3303 CRN MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND 10:30 / LIBERAL ARTS 302

CHALLENGES IN MODERN CULTURE HUMANITIES 3303 CRN MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND 10:30 / LIBERAL ARTS 302 CHALLENGES IN MODERN CULTURE HUMANITIES 3303 CRN 14941 MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, AND FRIDAYS @ 10:30 / LIBERAL ARTS 302 Contact Information: Instructor: Diana Martinez E-Mail: Diana@utep.edu Office: LART 223

More information

History 352: Film and Historiography Spring 2008 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:15 to 4:05

History 352: Film and Historiography Spring 2008 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:15 to 4:05 History 352: Film and Historiography Spring 2008 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 2:15 to 4:05 Edward Cohn cohned@grinnell.edu Mears 315 (X3107) Office hours: MW 1:15-3:00, TTh 10:00-11:00, or by appointment Course

More information

ARH 5816 Methods of Research University of Florida, School of Art + Art History, Spring Semester 2015

ARH 5816 Methods of Research University of Florida, School of Art + Art History, Spring Semester 2015 ARH 5816 Methods of Research University of Florida, School of Art + Art History, Spring Semester 2015 Professor Ashley Jones, ashley.jones@ufl.edu Office Hours, Tuesdays, 12:00p.m. 1:50 p.m. and by appointment,

More information

1) Three summaries (2-3 pages; pick three out of the following four): due: 9/9 5% due: 9/16 5% due: 9/23 5% due: 9/30 5%

1) Three summaries (2-3 pages; pick three out of the following four): due: 9/9 5% due: 9/16 5% due: 9/23 5% due: 9/30 5% Philosophical Problems 120F Fall 2008, T-Th 2.30-4.00 pm Earth&Planetary 203 Instructor Mariska Leunissen Email: mleuniss@artsci.wusd.edu Office: Wilson Hall Rm. 112 / 935-4753 Office hours: T-Th 12-lpm

More information

DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY

DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF ANTHROPOLOGY PORTLAND STATE UNIVERSITY ON ACADEMIC INTEGRITY * The Anthropology Department faculty makes a strong commitment to helping students improve and refine their writing skills. Most

More information

Field and Laboratory Methods Ethnomusicology Seminar (Music 2442) Mondays Room 302 Fall Professor Andrew Weintraub MB 305 Office Hours: TBA

Field and Laboratory Methods Ethnomusicology Seminar (Music 2442) Mondays Room 302 Fall Professor Andrew Weintraub MB 305 Office Hours: TBA Field and Laboratory Methods Ethnomusicology Seminar (Music 2442) Mondays Room 302 Fall 2008 Professor Andrew Weintraub MB 305 Office Hours: TBA This course examines various approaches to the ethnography

More information

Expected Competencies:

Expected Competencies: Ohio University, Course Schedule And Syllabus - Music 1010: Music Theory I - Fall 2014 Class Number: 6635 Section: 101 Time & location: 9:40 10:35 A.M. Room 550 Instructor: C. Scott Smith E-mail: ssmith4@ohio.edu

More information

To explore and interrogate the role of documentary film as a vehicle for initiating change in society.

To explore and interrogate the role of documentary film as a vehicle for initiating change in society. 1 PRODUCING FILMS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE Fall 2014 Tufts University Experimental College & Dept. of Drama and Dance Monday and Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 PM Mark Computer Lab, Tisch Library Instructor Khary Jones,

More information

Searching For Truth Through Information Literacy

Searching For Truth Through Information Literacy 2 Entering college can be a big transition. You face a new environment, meet new people, and explore new ideas. One of the biggest challenges in the transition to college lies in vocabulary. In the world

More information

LSC 606 Cataloging and Classification Summer 2007

LSC 606 Cataloging and Classification Summer 2007 Catholic University of America, School of Library and Information Science LSC 606 Cataloging and Classification Summer 2007 Time: Tuesday 1:00-4:30 pm Make mistakes. Get messy. Take chances. Miss Frizzle

More information

Wind Ensemble. https://sites.google.com/a/hf233.org/jjimenez/

Wind Ensemble. https://sites.google.com/a/hf233.org/jjimenez/ Percussion Ensemble Syllabus Wind Ensemble Julio Jimenez www.hfhighschool.org jjimenez@hf233.org https://sites.google.com/a/hf233.org/jjimenez/ Course Information Percussion Syllabus, Course Number 6344

More information

Caine College of the Arts Department of Music Music 1310 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY Fall Semester, Credit Hours

Caine College of the Arts Department of Music Music 1310 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY Fall Semester, Credit Hours Caine College of the Arts Department of Music Music 1310 INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC THERAPY Fall Semester, 2016-2 Credit Hours Monday and Wednesday, 8:30-9:20 AM Chase Fine Arts, Room 222 Letha Winger, M.Ed.,

More information

University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences LIS HISTORY OF BOOKS, PRINTING AND PUBLISHING. Spring 2005 W 6-8:50 pm SIS 501

University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences LIS HISTORY OF BOOKS, PRINTING AND PUBLISHING. Spring 2005 W 6-8:50 pm SIS 501 University of Pittsburgh - School of Information Sciences LIS 2280 - HISTORY OF BOOKS, PRINTING AND PUBLISHING Spring 2005 W 6-8:50 pm SIS 501 Instructors: Bernadette Callery Office: Carnegie Museum of

More information

Jill Lepore Just the Facts, Ma am, March 24, A history of history and fiction.

Jill Lepore Just the Facts, Ma am, March 24, A history of history and fiction. Jill Lepore Just the Facts, Ma am, March 24, 2008. A history of history and fiction. Astell, Mary. The Christian Religion. London, 1704. Austen, Jane. The History of England from the Reign of Henry the

More information

SEVENTH GRADE RESEARCH PAPER HISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES TOPICS IN U.S. HISTORY: Mr. Rempis & Mrs. Whinery Winter 2011 NAME: TOPIC:

SEVENTH GRADE RESEARCH PAPER HISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES TOPICS IN U.S. HISTORY: Mr. Rempis & Mrs. Whinery Winter 2011 NAME: TOPIC: SEVENTH GRADE RESEARCH PAPER HISTORY AND SOCIAL STUDIES TOPICS IN U.S. HISTORY: 1800-1860 Mr. Rempis & Mrs. Whinery Winter 2011 NAME: TOPIC: SEVENTH GRADE RESEARCH PAPER TIMETABLE, WINTER 2011 Tuesday,

More information

Introduction to Western Music

Introduction to Western Music MUS 302L / EUS 307M MWF 11-11:50am MRH 2.608 Introduction to Western Music Fall 2016 Instructor: Bethany McLemore Email: mclemorebeth@gmail.com Follow me on Twitter! @Bethany302L Skype ID: mclemorebeth

More information

MUS University of New Orleans. Edward Petersen University of New Orleans. University of New Orleans Syllabi.

MUS University of New Orleans. Edward Petersen University of New Orleans. University of New Orleans Syllabi. University of New Orleans ScholarWorks@UNO University of New Orleans Syllabi Fall 2015 MUS 3705 Edward Petersen University of New Orleans Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarworks.uno.edu/syllabi

More information

MUS 4711 History and Literature of Choral Music Monday/Wednesday - 12:30pm-3:00pm Room: Mus 120

MUS 4711 History and Literature of Choral Music Monday/Wednesday - 12:30pm-3:00pm Room: Mus 120 Three-Summer Master of Music in Choral Conducting MUS 4711 History and Literature of Choral Music Monday/Wednesday - 12:30pm-3:00pm Room: Mus 120 Instructor: Joseph Schubert E-mail: schubert.csula3summer@gmail.com

More information

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (THEATRE) Fall Semester

DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (THEATRE) Fall Semester DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH (THEATRE) Fall Semester THR 1013 (Also listed as ENG 4953, HUM 4953): Acting I INSTRUCTOR: LYNN OLIVER E-MAIL: lynn.oliver@utsa.edu OFFICE: Main Building, English Department, Second

More information

Philosophy 416: Dr. Christian Lotz

Philosophy 416: Dr. Christian Lotz Philosophy 416: Spring Semester 2006, Michigan State University Dr. Christian Lotz Tentative Schedule (last UPDATE: November 03, 2009 ) Number Date Topic Reading I: Primary Reading II: Commentary Oral

More information

Information Literacy for German Language and Literature at the Graduate Level: New Approaches and Models

Information Literacy for German Language and Literature at the Graduate Level: New Approaches and Models Library Philosophy and Practice 2008 ISSN 1522-0222 Information Literacy for German Language and Literature at the Graduate Level: New Approaches and Models Peter Kraus Associate Librarian J. Willard Marriott

More information

Film History: An Introduction. Kristin Thompson, David Bordwell By Kristin Thompson READ ONLINE

Film History: An Introduction. Kristin Thompson, David Bordwell By Kristin Thompson READ ONLINE Film History: An Introduction. Kristin Thompson, David Bordwell By Kristin Thompson READ ONLINE Film Art : An Introduction by Kristin Thompson - by Kristin Thompson and David Bordwell David Bordwell and

More information

Kirk Quinsland. Dealy Hall 533e New York, NY Fordham University (860) Bronx, NY (718)

Kirk Quinsland. Dealy Hall 533e New York, NY Fordham University (860) Bronx, NY (718) Kirk Quinsland English Department 261 Seaman Avenue Apt. E6 Dealy Hall 533e New York, NY 10034 Fordham University (860) 794-1284 Bronx, NY 10458 (718) 817-4023 kquinsland@fordham.edu EDUCATION Ph.D., English

More information

The American Renaissance

The American Renaissance English 6a (Spring 2018) MW 2:00-3:20 Shiffman Humanities Center 201 Professor Tharaud Email: jtharaud@brandeis.edu Office: Rabb 138 Phone: 781-736-2140 Office Hours: Thurs 1 to 3 & by appt The American

More information

New Course MUSIC AND MADNESS

New Course MUSIC AND MADNESS New Course MUSIC AND MADNESS This seminar offers historical and critical perspectives on music as a cause, symptom, and treatment of madness. We will begin by analyzing the stakes of studying the history

More information

SYLLABUS FOR CHILDRENS LITERATURE

SYLLABUS FOR CHILDRENS LITERATURE SYLLABUS FOR CHILDRENS LITERATURE Term: Spring 2016 Course Number: EDUC405B Instructor: Bruce Wisowaty Office: 500 Office Phone: 219-473-4264 E-mail: bwisowaty@ccsj.edu Office Hours: Monday Thursday, 10:00am-4:00pm

More information

THE DOCUMENTED ESSAY. Notes-Bibliography (Turabian) Documentation IN-TEXT CITATION

THE DOCUMENTED ESSAY. Notes-Bibliography (Turabian) Documentation IN-TEXT CITATION THE DOCUMENTED ESSAY Notes-Bibliography (Turabian) Documentation In writing your research paper, you must document everything that you borrow not only direct quotations and paraphrases but also information

More information

Term Paper Handout: America Afire, by Bernard Weisberger

Term Paper Handout: America Afire, by Bernard Weisberger 1 Term Paper Handout: America Afire, by Bernard Weisberger The Basics In Weeks 10 and 11 there are two special class discussions of your term paper book, America Afire, by Bernard Weisberger. Come to class

More information

PLEASE NOTE: I have a no-electronic-devices policy in the classroom.

PLEASE NOTE: I have a no-electronic-devices policy in the classroom. 1 Culture and Identity in Modern America: The Twentieth Century History 3451 (also American Studies 3451), Fall 2016 MW, 10:10-11:00, in McGraw 165, plus discussion section Fri. at 10:10, in McGraw 365.

More information

ENG 2050 Semester syllabus

ENG 2050 Semester syllabus ENG 2050 Semester syllabus Course information Title: English 2050, African-American Literature Credit: Three semester credit hours Course Description: Focuses on the oral and written African-American literary

More information

MUS 326 Advanced Conducting

MUS 326 Advanced Conducting KUTZTOWN UNIVERSITY KUTZTOWN, PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF MUSIC COLLEGE OF VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS MUS 326 Advanced Conducting Approved by Department: Oct. 6, 2009 I. Course Description This course is

More information

WEIMAR CINEMA ENG 6138 Studies in Film: Weimar Cinema GET 6295 Weimar Cinema

WEIMAR CINEMA ENG 6138 Studies in Film: Weimar Cinema GET 6295 Weimar Cinema WEIMAR CINEMA ENG 6138 Studies in Film: Weimar Cinema GET 6295 Weimar Cinema Associate Professor Barbara Mennel Office Hours: Tuesdays 9:00-11:00am and by appointment Office: 4219 Turlington Hall Phone:

More information

Unintentional plagiarism in students papers (how to avoid it)

Unintentional plagiarism in students papers (how to avoid it) Ilina O. Unintentional plagiarism in students papers / O. Ilina // Язык и культура: Наводим мосты. Материалы международной конференции. Владивосток 26-28 июня 2008 г. - С. 166-169. O. Ilina Unintentional

More information

MUSIC 111 -Learning How to Listen-

MUSIC 111 -Learning How to Listen- MUSIC 111 -Learning How to Listen- ROMEO_JAZZ HISTORY and DEVELOPMENT_CRN 72416_Spring 2018 COURSE INFORMATION Professor James J. Romeo C-109 / 388-2809 jjromeo.com jromeo@sdccd.edu San Diego Mesa College

More information

English 108: Romanticism and Apocalypse

English 108: Romanticism and Apocalypse COURSE DESCRIPTION: English 108: Romanticism and Apocalypse Like many people today, British Romantic writers worried about the demise of humankind and the planet, but also hoped for a regenerative revolution

More information

HUMANITIES 102.001 SPRING 2015 WESTERN CULTURE FROM THE HIGH RENAISSANCE TO ROMANTICISM Instructor: Ruthi Erdman Office: LL 103 E (Honors College) Phone: 963-1538 Office Hrs: 1:00-1:45 Mon, Tue, Thr Other

More information

The Hegel Marx Connection

The Hegel Marx Connection The Hegel Marx Connection Also by Tony Burns NATURAL LAW AND POLITICAL IDEOLOGY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF HEGEL Also by Ian Fraser HEGEL AND MARX: The Concept of Need The Hegel Marx Connection Edited by Tony

More information

The Mastery of Nature: A Brief Economic History of the World

The Mastery of Nature: A Brief Economic History of the World rev 1/15/2008 Professor Barry Eichengreen L&S Discovery Course 80A Department of Economics Spring 2008 University of California Tues. & Thurs. 11:00-12:00 Berkeley, CA 94720 101 Barker Hall The Mastery

More information