Prostitution in New York City, 1830-1870 Marilynn Wood HillProstitution in New York City, 1830-1870 Marilynn Wood Hill
New York prostitution was at a unique juncture in its history during these years because some of the women involved were able to establish a significant degree of control over the business
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Bernard The Idea of Atlantic HistoryBernard The Idea of Atlantic History
Atlantic history”—appeared, casually at first, without definition and without a sense that anything distinctive was being referred to, and then discovered that at one point an attempt had been made
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African and african american studiesAfrican and african american studies
The continuing expansion of liberalizing agents such as education, urbanization, and cohort replacement, and realignment of Africans away from communitarianism and traditionalism toward modernism emphasizing individualism
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Table of Contents Context of Module 3 Module Aims 3 Intended Learning Outcomes 3 Syllabus Listing 4 Illustrative Bibliography 4 Context of ModuleTable of Contents Context of Module 3 Module Aims 3 Intended Learning Outcomes 3 Syllabus Listing 4 Illustrative Bibliography 4 Context of Module
This module, taught in the Spring Term, may be taken by students on the ma in the History of Race in the Americas, the ma in History, or taught Master's students outside the History Department
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Nation, Genre and the Past in British and American CinemaNation, Genre and the Past in British and American Cinema
For this module, priority booking access is given to Film and Literature ma students
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