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📒Thinking Through The Past ✍ John Hollitz
📝Thinking Through the Past Book Synopsis : This reader for U.S. history gives students the opportunity to apply critical thinking skills to the examination of historical sources, providing pedagogy and background information to help you draw substantive conclusions. The careful organization and the context provided in each chapter make the material accessible, thereby assisting instructors in engaging their students in analysis and discussion. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Thinking Through The Past To 1877 ✍ John Erwin Hollitz
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📒Thinking Through The Past ✍ Dinah Birch
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📝Berkin Making America Vol 2 5th Ed Hollitz Thinking Through The Past Vol 2 3rd Ed Oates Portrait of America Vol 2 9th Ed Book Synopsis :
📝Berkin Making America Vol A Brief 2nd Ed Hollitz Thinking Through The Past Vol 1 3rd Ed Book Synopsis :
📒Thinking Through The Body ✍ Yannis Hamilakis
📝Thinking through the Body Book Synopsis : What is the archaeology of the body and how can it change the way we experience the past? This book, one of the first to appear on the subject, records and evaluates the emergence of this new direction of cross-disciplinary research, and examines the potential of incorporating some of its insights into archaeology. It will be of interest to students, researchers, and teachers in archaeology, as well as in cognate disciplines such as anthropology and history.
📒Thinking Through Myths ✍ Kevin Schilbrack
📝Thinking Through Myths Book Synopsis : Eight outstanding essays, from leading academics, deconstruct perennial problems of rationality, imagination and narrative to trace the influence of myth in our own beliefs, origins, and potential futures. Thinking Through Myths attempts to reconcile the opposed claims of pragmatism and beauty, calling for the acknowledgement of myths in everyday experience.
📒Action Learning ✍ Beaty, Liz (Head, Staff Development Unit, University of Coventry)
📝Action Learning Book Synopsis : Action learning is a method of learning that takes place in a group - of colleagues or students. It is widely used in a wide number of educational fields, particularly where learning in groups is appropriate. Action learning is established in both higher education and in professional learning and training situations. First published in 1995, this is a guide to using action learning techniques successfully.;Written by two leading figures in the field, this revised edition retains the same practical guidebook approach to how action learning works. Key points include being a facilitator of action learning, and running workshops for a variety of situations, including higher education, organizational change and professional development.
📒Rethinking The Racial Moment ✍ Barbara Brookes
📝Rethinking the Racial Moment Book Synopsis : In recent years ‘race’ has fallen out of historiographical fashion, being eclipsed by seemingly more benign terms such as ‘culture,’ ‘ethnicity’ and ‘difference.’ This timely and highly readable collection of essays re-energises the debate by carefully focusing our attention on local articulations of race and their intersections with colonialism and its aftermath. In Rethinking the Racial Moment: Essays on the Colonial Encounter Alison Holland and Barbara Brookes have produced a collection of studies that shift our historical understanding of colonialism in significant new directions. Their generous and exciting brief will ensure that the book has immediate appeal for multiple readers engaged in critical theory, as well as those more specifically involved in Australian and New Zealand history. Collectively, they offer new and invigorating approaches to understanding colonialism and cultural encounters in history via the interpretive (not merely temporal) frame of ‘the moment.’
📒Thinking Through Chr Tien De Troyes ✍ Zrinka Stahuljak
📝Thinking Through Chr tien de Troyes Book Synopsis : This co-written book challenges assumptions about Chrétien as the author of a canon of works. In a series of lively exchanges, its five authors reassess the relationship between lyric and romance, between individuality and social conditions, and between psychology and medieval philosophy. The idea of 'logical time' is used to open up such topics as adventure, memory, imagination, and textual variation. Recent research on Troyes and on the political agency of women leads to the reappraisal of subjectivity and gender. Throughout, the medieval texts associated with the name of Chrétien are privileged as sites where thought emerges; the implications of this thought are historicized and further conceptualized with the help of theoretical thinkers including Agamben, Lacan and Lyotard. This is a multi-stranded work whose dialogic texture interacts playfully with its decentered and decentering account of the Chrétien corpus. ZRINKA STAHULJAK, VIRGINIE GREENE, SARAH KAY, SHARON KINOSHITA and PEGGY McCRACKEN are professors at UCLA, Harvard, Princeton, UCSC and the University of Michigan respectively.