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Taking the Long View of Societal Change | The Center for the ...
How deeply can a newly graduated gerontologist really understand what it's like
to grow old? How does active service, especially during wartime, affect the way ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/taking-long-view-societal-change - 29k
Liberal Left Wielded More Clout Than Standard View Holds | The ...
The 20th century went out on a conservative wave that, in the final decades of the
era, dominated U.S. culture and politics. Really? No, says historian Marisa ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/liberal-left-wielded-more-clout-standard-view-holds - 30k
'Unfree' in early California, A different view of Reconstruction | The ...
To understand the American story of emancipation and Reconstruction, asserts
historian Stacey Smith, it is necessary to look not only north and south but also ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/039unfree039-early-california-different-view-reconstruction - 31k
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chapter in the field of ethnobotany, said Campbell. “I am particularly interested in
the way this change in the cultural view of the Solanaceae becomes legible in.
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Nabokov carried tradition of gentleman naturalist into mid-century ...
That he refused to change his thinking in response to contemporary Darwinian
views makes him a useful focal point for Alexandrov's analysis of changing ...
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Tracing 'Strike' in U.S. Intellectual History | The Center for the ...
Even early socialists thought strikes coercive and selfish, a view that lingered on
in a host of nineteenth-century reformers. . . Because workers had few options ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/tracing-%25E2%2580%2598strike%25E2%2580%2599-us-intellectual-history - 32k
When Literary Animals Refuse to Follow the Plot | The Center for the ...
“How might humanists view, understand, and engage with the animal world in
ways that break from conventional anthropocentric perspectives?” In a movement
 ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/when-literary-animals-refuse-follow-plot - 30k
Migrants see education as a form of self-defense | The Center for the ...
The cause, says Susan Meyers, lies in the dramatically different ways in which
Mexican and U.S. families view education. Though migrants strongly value formal
 ...
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Early tapestries figured on page and stage | The Center for the ...
England had Shakespeare but no Michelangelo, at least, so goes the usual view
of Renaissance arts. Literary scholar Rebecca Olson offers a different ...
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Colonial culture a 'cause' of illness | The Center for the Humanities ...
Rubert is working on a book aimed at defining the dual perspectives on disease,
grounding those views in early socioeconomic conditions in Zimbabwe, and ...
http://oregonstate.edu/dept/humanities/colonial-culture-039cause039-illness - 28k
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