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Syllabus of a course of six lectures entitled Between the two wars (1812-1860)

by Henry W. Elson

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Published by American Society for the Extension of University Teaching in Philadelphia .
Written in English

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  • History

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    Other titlesBetween the two wars (1812-1860)
    Statementby Henry W. Elson
    SeriesUniversity extension lectures -- ser. D, no. 20, University extension lectures -- ser. D, no. 20.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. ;
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25227644M
    OCLC/WorldCa21576836

    A book review is mandatory and counts as 15% of the final course grade. Attendance is taken and counts for 2% of the course grade, while filmsheets count for 3% of the course grade. Book Reviews must conform to the specifications outlined on the last page of this syllabus entitled "Guide to writing Book . There are two parts to this file; please be prepared to discuss both of them. Reading for next session: Online file entitled "WWI, the New Woman, and the Decline of Fertility." Thurs., Nov. 25th Thanksgiving. No classes, of course; Week 13 Tues., Nov. 30th Lecture: The New Woman, Birth Control and the Decline of Fertility.

    Course Summary History Western Civilization II has been evaluated and recommended for 3 semester hours and may be transferred to over 2, colleges and universities. CR5b The syllabus must show explicit coverage of the Americas in more than one unit of the course. • See pages 9, CR5c The syllabus must show explicit coverage of Asia in more than one unit of the course. • See pages 6, 8. CR5d The syllabus must show explicit coverage of Oceania in more than one unit of the course. • See pages 4, 9.

    Bechdel, Fun Home (whole book) Writing and drawing exercise, part two, due: to be shared in class THURS JUNE Marvel Firsts: Fantastic Four #1, Amazing Fantasy #15 (Spider-Man), Journey Into Mystery (Thor), X-Men #1, Strange Tales # (Dr Strange), Daredevil #1 . Purpose of the Course: The successful student will study the causes, the course, and the implications of the World Wars, two of greatest and most impactful events of the twentieth century. We will cover most of the geographic areas involved, the major diplomatic, political and military events, and some of the key figures of the wars.


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