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Canadian Review of American Studies Canadian Review of American Studies Volume 44, Issue 1 Editor / Rédactrice en chef Priscilla Walton, English, Carleton University Associate Editors / Rédacteurs associés Bruce Tucker, History, University of Windsor Michael Zeitlin, English, University of British Columbia
American History The Spirit of '74 Ray Raphael | Published: April 08, 2014 at 3:24 pm Two years before the Declaration of Independence was written, thousands of militiamen put an end to British rule in Massachusetts Book Review: The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their Secret World War Richard Ernsberger Jr. | Published: March 31, 2014 at 2:48 pm TheHistoryNet | American History TheHistoryNet | American History
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Eric C. HendriksAscetic Hedonism: Self and Sexual Conquest in the Seduction Community Responses: Philip Longo Casey R. SchmittIf a Text Falls in the Woods...: Intertextuality, Environmental Perception, and the Non-Authored Text Responses: Stephen Olbrys Gencarella, Harris Berger Jonas SiveläInfected Condoms and Pin-Pricked Oranges: An Ethnographic Study of AIDS Legends in Two Townships in Cape Town Responses: Andrea Kitta, Alan Whiteside and Given Mutinta Cultural Analysis Cultural Analysis
Making of America
Michigan Journal of History Michigan Journal of History Welcome to the official site of the Michigan Journal of History. Founded in 2001, the Journal focuses on publishing thought provoking new pieces that focus on both original research as well as challenges to previous works. The Michigan Journal of History (MJH) is comprised of undergraduate editors at the University of Michigan whose passion for History has drawn them to this biannual publication. MJH does not focus on one particular type of historical submission. Students with focus areas in all types of History are encouraged to submit; we also encourage students from other disciplines including, but not limited to, history, anthropology, political science, law, international studies, area studies, ethnic studies, and gender and sexuality studies to send in their papers, granted they demonstrate a historical theme.
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http--xroads.virginia.edu-~HYPER-DICKENS-dks1 http--xroads.virginia.edu-~HYPER-DICKENS-dks1 Dickens, Charles Chapter 1 I SHALL never forget the one-fourth serious and three-fourths comical astonishment with which, on the morning of the third of January, eighteen-hundred-and-forty-two, I opened the door of, and put my head into, a "state-room" on board the Britannia steam-packet, twelve hundred tons burden per register, bound for Halifax and Boston, and carrying her Majesty's mails. That this state-room had been specially engaged for "Charles Dickens, Esquire, and Lady, "was rendered sufficiently clear even to my scared intellect by a very small manuscript, announcing the fact, which was pinned on a very flat quilt, covering a very thin mattress, spread like a surgical plaster on a most inaccessible shelf.
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Essays--Kant
"Human reason is by nature architectonic." (--Kant, CPR, p.B502) The map below is your guide to the World Wide Web's most organized and comprehensive listing of resources on Kant--that is, until someone copies it and adds an additional link or two! That, of course, is the nature of the WWW. Just remember: you saw it here first! Indeed, many of the texts and tools listed on these pages first appeared (and still have their primary home) on this web site. Kant on the Web Kant on the Web
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