Readers will find in these pages many perspectives on the culture, the arts, the economy, the politics, and the conditions of ordinary life in the United States during the period between the Civil War and World War I. Representative works in the visual arts, literature and music will be studied. The courses in this catalog are identified by prefixes and numbers that were assigned by Florida's Statewide Course Numbering System, a system used by all public postsecondary institutions in Florida and 32 non-public institutions. This reference book is divided into these sections: Agriculture, Art and music, Business and finance, Clothing, Communications, Education, Energy, Entertainment, Food and drink, Health, Labor, Law, Manufacturing, Public service, Religion, Science, Shelter and domestic furnishing, Social welfare, Sports, and Transportation. This was due to urbanization. But all that may be changing for the better.
Carefully chosen and representative information, in a concise, easy-to-use mix of documents, text, tables, and illustrations, allows the reader to sample the texture and flavor of Victorian America. It promotes an understanding and appreciation of the diverse traditions of nations that are indigenous to North America. Interactive capabilities - search inside with keywords, hyperlinked content 4. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. Topics include the scientific revolution, the rise of absolute monarchy in Europe, the 18th-century Enlightenment and the French Revolution.
While 2,200 are accessible now, over 6,000 have been identified for possible inclusion later. Assigned readings with active listening are an intricate part of the course. This investigation will continue through the coming year with a white paper release date of early 2010. Students must engage in an academically related activity and provide weekly activity reports. Book 5 explores Romanticism, Realism and the 19th-century world. At the header or top of the page is where metadata often appears, a tag line to which someone has added possible headings or subject headings.
This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. Their information tended to be more immediate than monographs, but that immediacy was often hamstringed by their print cycles. Cultural ideas from Romanticism to social Darwinism are analyzed. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. The focus will be on multi-culturalism, examination of primary texts and interdisciplinary influences on the formation of human culture. A course designed to promote the understanding and appreciation of humankind's cultural heritage in the prehistoric, Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Judaic, Greek and Roman periods.
Long-gone are those very convenient footnotes located at — mirable dictum — the foot of the page. Ebooks have a few advantages over traditional printed books including: 1. Recent reports indicate a far greater inability to do more sophisticated manipulation of software and investigation of the Web beyond their normal ken. They can, must and will be worked out. At one time, one of the more substantial complaints against online collections was their intractability of citation.
Instead, Blumenberg argues,the idea of progress always implies a process at work within history, operating through an internallogic that ultimately expresses human choices and is legitimized by human self-assertion, by man'sresponsibility for his own fate. Seminole State controls the description, credit and content of its own courses. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. Variable content depending on the program in which the student enrolls and the specific topics to be covered. At this time, downloading library ebooks is difficult or not an option. Scanning a text will damage it to some extent. Gender Roles and Liberation of Women 1837—1901:In the Victorian Era, nobles valued history, heritage, lineage, the continuity of their family line, and Noblesse Oblige.
It had been decided at the University of Coimbra, that the spectacle of some persons burnt to death over a slow fire with great ceremony, was an infallible antidote for earthquakes. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. This course partially satisfies the writing requirement of S. All of that is well and good. It was not available on the website at the time of this writing. David and Jeanne Heidler discuss the people who lived during this critical time, and uncover the essential and unexpected realities of ordinary life in the early American republic.
This means that libraries with 4,999 or fewer students will pay at the low end, those with 5,000 —to 9,999 students in the middle range, and those with 10,000 or more at the top end. Emphasis will be placed on cultural roots and myth as well as artists' commitment to social and political struggle. Students will be required to compose a journal with reactionary criticisms of blues and jazz guests and must complete a project that presents biographical and musical materials about a selected blues or jazz musician. The page-image scans are of a high resolution and easily readable. Permission of instructor or dean is required. This course will also show how technology interacts with culture in the contemporary world. Representative works in the visual arts, literature and music will be studied.