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 Art> Syllabus > ARH 319 - INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN ART Fall 2019: The SyLlabus: University of Arizona (All)

ARH 319 - INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN ART Fall 2019: The SyLlabus: University of Arizona

This syllabus is designed to assist the student and provide a guide to the path we will be following throughout the course of the semester. Moreover, it serves as a contract, as it were, between the...

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 History> Syllabus > HSTV 420 The French Revolution FALL 2019. THE SYLLABUS (All)

HSTV 420 The French Revolution FALL 2019. THE SYLLABUS

“The origins and progress of the Revolution in France.” Course Description Traditionally, the French Revolution has been studied as the last chapter in the history of the "Old Regime." After 1989...

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 Art> Syllabus > TAR 303 From Ritual to Rap: Voices of American Musical Theatre Fall 2019: Syllabus (All)

TAR 303 From Ritual to Rap: Voices of American Musical Theatre Fall 2019: Syllabus

TAR 303 From Ritual to Rap: Voices of American Musical Theatre Fall 2019 TAR 303 From Ritual to Rap explores the political and artistic development of musical theatre with a focus on race, religi...

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 Economics> Syllabus > ESOC 316 COURSE SYLLABUS ONLINE HYBRID Fall 2019 (1) (All)

ESOC 316 COURSE SYLLABUS ONLINE HYBRID Fall 2019 (1)

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will look at how commerce in information content (websites, books, databases, music, movies, software, etc.) functions. We will discuss things like switching costs, n...

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 Sociology> Syllabus > Collaborating in Online Communities ESOC 211, Fall 2019 Syllabus (All)

Collaborating in Online Communities ESOC 211, Fall 2019 Syllabus

Course Description With the increasing reliance on new media for collaborative work, social connection, education, and health-related support, this course will analyze human collaboration and commu...

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 Anthropology> Syllabus > KOR 352 (Fall 2019) Class, Gender, and Family in Korea (All)

KOR 352 (Fall 2019) Class, Gender, and Family in Korea

Course Description In this course, students will learn about Korea through three specific aspects: class, gender, and family. Ethnographic literature will help illustrate the formation of class, gen...

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 History> Syllabus > Africana Studies Department - University Of Arizona AFAS 300, Historical Overview of African and African Diaspora Cinema (All)

Africana Studies Department - University Of Arizona AFAS 300, Historical Overview of African and African Diaspora Cinema

Information contained in the course syllabus, other than the grade and absence policy, may be subject to change with advance notice, as deemed appropriate by the instructor. A. Course Description:...

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 Anthropology> Syllabus > Anthropology 1AA3 (C02) Introduction to Anthropology: Sex, Food, & Death McMaster University (All)

Anthropology 1AA3 (C02) Introduction to Anthropology: Sex, Food, & Death McMaster University

Course Description: This course will introduce students to the field of Anthropology and its sub-disciplines through the discussion of some big questions that anthropologists investigate in contempo...

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 Music> Syllabus > LAS/MAS/MUS 337 Survey of Mexican Folk Music Syllabus and Expectations (All)

LAS/MAS/MUS 337 Survey of Mexican Folk Music Syllabus and Expectations

Course Description: What is canción ranchera, and how is it connected to mariachi music? How has migration and immigration affected Mexican popular music of today? What might be communicated about...

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 Anthropology> Syllabus > JPN 362A: The Culture of Food and Health in Japan The University of Arizona, Fall 2019 (All)

JPN 362A: The Culture of Food and Health in Japan The University of Arizona, Fall 2019

Course Description​: How do we know what is good for us, who gets to decide, and how does "healthy" change over time? This seminar explores these basic questions through the lens of Japanese food cul...

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 Business> Syllabus > ESOC 316 TITLE: Digital Commerce: Course Syllabus (All)

ESOC 316 TITLE: Digital Commerce: Course Syllabus

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course will look at how commerce in information content (websites, books, databases, music, movies, software, etc.) functions. We will discuss things like switching costs, n...

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 History> Syllabus > JUS/HIST/ RELI 370B, FALL 2019 (HYBRID VERSION): HISTORY OF THE JEWS: The Medieval and Early Modern Periods: Cultural Loss and Resilience from the Middle Ages to The French Revolution (All)

JUS/HIST/ RELI 370B, FALL 2019 (HYBRID VERSION): HISTORY OF THE JEWS: The Medieval and Early Modern Periods: Cultural Loss and Resilience from the Middle Ages to The French Revolution

In this course we will survey key events and themes in Jewish history as it developed from Late Antiquity through the eighteenth century, with a special emphasis on events in Europe and the Mediterran...

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 Sociology> Syllabus > Course Syllabus SOC 101 / Introduction to Sociology / Credits: 3.00 CRN 10561 /Fall B 2019 (All)

Course Syllabus SOC 101 / Introduction to Sociology / Credits: 3.00 CRN 10561 /Fall B 2019

Course Information Course Description: Introduction to the basic concepts of sociology, sociological analysis and research. Includes social structure, status, social group, social control, social st...

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 History> Syllabus > Syllabus HIS 102 Western Civilization II CRN 12621 (All)

Syllabus HIS 102 Western Civilization II CRN 12621

Student Learning Outcomes: Course Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 1. Examine the causes and results of the Wars of Religion 2. State the d...

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 Sociology> Syllabus > Sociology 120: Current Social Problems CRN 11307 Fall 2019: Syllabus (All)

Sociology 120: Current Social Problems CRN 11307 Fall 2019: Syllabus

Course Information Course Description: Analysis of the causes, effects, and solutions to current social problems. Includes the causes, effects, and the complexity of solutions to current social probl...

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 History> Syllabus > HIS 141 - History of the United States I Credit Hours: 3.00 CRN / Term: 11042 Fall 2019 (All)

HIS 141 - History of the United States I Credit Hours: 3.00 CRN / Term: 11042 Fall 2019

Course Description Survey of the major developments in American history from the Columbian voyages to the Era of Reconstruction. Includes Colonial America, the Formative Years - 1776-1815, the Early...

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 History> Syllabus > AFAS/GWS/Hist 306- Online Fall 2019 Syllabus (All)

AFAS/GWS/Hist 306- Online Fall 2019 Syllabus

Course Description This course fosters critical study and analysis of various autobiographical writings of African American women that reflect the unique perspectives of their location and voice at...

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 History> Syllabus > HIS 141 - History of the United States I: Syllabus (All)

HIS 141 - History of the United States I: Syllabus

Course Description Survey of the major developments in American history from the Columbian voyages to the Era of Reconstruction. Includes Colonial America, the Formative Years - 1776-1815, the Early...

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 Religious Studies> Syllabus > EAS/RELI 130 Asian Religions 7W2 Online Course Fall 2019 (All)

EAS/RELI 130 Asian Religions 7W2 Online Course Fall 2019

Course description: This course, Asian Religions, examines five religious traditions founded and developed in Asia; Indian Hinduism and Buddhism, Chinese Confucianism and Taoism, and Japanese Shinto...

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 Art> Syllabus > Contemporary Drawing UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ART (All)

Contemporary Drawing UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA SCHOOL OF ART

COURSE DESCRIPTION Principles of visual and personal language, expanding the meaning of drawing, drawing materials, methods, and approaches. COURSE OBJECTIVES / LEARNING OUTCOMES Contemporary Dr...

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