• The real goal of the class will be to get beyond the familiar stories and come to an understanding of what it was like to actually live in Poland during the 20th century. (umich.edu)
  • A very basic familiarity with 20th century global and European history can help, but is not required. (umich.edu)
  • Founded in 1968 as the Center for 20th Century Studies, the Center for 21st Century Studies (C21) was one of the first humanities research centers in the US, the Center has been at the forefront of many of the major developments in the interdisciplinary humanities for half a century. (uwm.edu)
  • By the start of the 20th Century, the housing situation became desperate as the population rose to over 16000, occupying much the same space as had the 6000 population 125 years earlier. (geograph.org.uk)
  • According to him, this was precisely the strategy that the Royal Navy of the early 20th century - under the leadership of the dynamic and controversial Adm. (warontherocks.com)
  • Yet the notion that sea denial strategies could free U.S. forces for potentially more worthwhile operations against peripheral targets such as Russian bases in the Mediterranean, or a strike on Djibouti, is not supported by mainstream historical interpretations of British strategy in the early 20th century. (warontherocks.com)
  • This museum hosts permanent and temporary exhibitions of local fine arts from the 15th to 20th centuries. (japan-guide.com)
  • Though its actual origins are uncertain (it seems to have no equivalent in Chinese), the adage was invoked by the British statesman Joseph Chamberlain in the late 19th century and President John F. Kennedy in the mid-20th, both "interesting" eras by any standard. (americamagazine.org)
  • Between 1669 and 1900, Mount Etna erupted 26 times, 11 times in the 20th century. (usatoday.com)
  • What happend in the 20th century. (dbschenker.com)
  • Medieval Latin is like 19th- and 20th-century literary prose, and the rise of vernacular literature in the High and Late Middle Ages ( Roman de la Rose and Parzival ) can be compared to, I hate to say it, YA fiction and Stephen King today. (timothyrjeveland.com)
  • With all wealth accumulating to just a few, there's less money left over for big public infrastructure projects, which is why the interstate system could be built in the middle of the 20th century, but a project of that scale is completely unimaginable today. (seattletransitblog.com)
  • The Faithful family settled it at the end of the 19th century. (paulbuddehistory.com)
  • T his year's highlights include Grayson Perry tapestries, deconstructed 19th-century wallpaper by Scottish artist Nathan Coley and a show on the seminal New York artist and choreographer Trisha Brown. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • As the population increased in the mid 19th Century, the western boundary moved from the Glen Burn at Devol Glen to what later became known as Boundary Street. (geograph.org.uk)
  • From the railroad and Gottfried Schenker to the global, leading logistics provider we are today, the success story of Schenker logistics experts dates back to the 19th century. (dbschenker.com)
  • If it continues, the future will look like the 19th century, where economic elites have predominantly inherited their wealth rather than working for it. (seattletransitblog.com)
  • In celebration of Black History Month, the Diversity Dialogue Speaker Series presents "History, Propaganda, and Protest: In Search of the 21st-Century Black Freedom Struggle," by Steve Peraza , assistant professor of history and social studies education, on Tuesday, February 14, during Bengal Pause (12:15 1:30 p.m.) in Bulger Communication Center East. (buffalostate.edu)
  • In 1989, Francis Fukuyama wrote an essay called the "End of History", arguing that the West's victory in the Cold War meant liberal democracy had proved itself to be the end-point of humanity's sociocultural evolution. (spire-strategy.com)
  • This book traces antisemitism's evolution over the centuries and examines how the ancient hatred continues to shape attitudes and beliefs in the world today. (facinghistory.org)
  • Building on the knowledge, theoretical and practical, acquired in the previous courses, it aims to contribute to the understanding of the complex and amplified educational and social role that the museum of the 21st century is required to take, and examines how this affects its internal functioning and exterior relations. (upatras.gr)
  • This book examines the events leading to the massive pogroms against Russian Jewry between 1881-82, crystallizes the Russian and Jewish responses to them, and assesses the impact pogroms had on the course of Russian and American Jewish history and on the Jewish national movement. (union.edu)
  • Commencing with the origins of slavery in Africa, this series moves through five centuries of remarkable historic events up to the present--when America is led by a black president, yet remains a nation deeply divided by race. (facinghistory.org)
  • Natural history collections are a crucial resource to many scientific endeavors, and their value has been bolstered by recently undertaken digitization efforts. (aibs.org)
  • It analyzes key challenges which have emerged in recent years, including the restructuring of museum collections, the re-staging of histories and identities, and issues of museum ethics. (upatras.gr)
  • You will be enthused and inspired by teachers who are leaders in their fields, with expertise as diverse as medieval Scandinavia, early-modern Poland and modern East Asia and enthralled by our wonderful collections of historic treasures collected by distinguished alumni over the centuries. (abdn.ac.uk)
  • There are many museums throughout Kanazawa , with a number of them, including the Prefectural Art Museum, Prefectural History Museum, Honda Museum and 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art , concentrated around Kenrokuen . (japan-guide.com)
  • The Relationship Between World War and the Future U.S Navy: The Victory at Sea: Naval Lessons of the Great War and the U.S Navy of the Twenty First Century. (kcl.ac.uk)
  • After a single devastating terrorist attack (the " Pearl Harbor " of the twenty-first century), they were soon dreaming on a global scale as befit their new vision of power. (truthout.org)
  • But in April 20l1 the title was taken out of its antechamber, dusted off and deposited firmly in the High Street and on the internet: giving an old title to a young lady as twenty-first century as the Duchess of Cambridge was to make it topical, even desirable, again. (andrewlownie.co.uk)
  • The author decided it was time to discover these elusive creatures and managed to persuade ten of Britain's remaining non-royal duchesses to talk of their lives and their roles in the twenty-first century. (andrewlownie.co.uk)
  • He shows how its rich past encompasses figures such as Marcus Garvey, Angela Davis, and the Black Panthers, and then connects the dots to today's struggles by showing what the politics of Black radicalism might look like in the twenty-first century. (carmichaelsbookstore.com)
  • As the culture in Florence became increasingly informed by religion in the late 15th century, Botticelli adapted his style to follow. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • This is a book I'll be going back to and dipping in to as I consider my own relationship to prayer and how this fits into the context of history (since even pre-history). (riehlife.com)
  • The 21st Century IDEA Act requires that public service agencies report their state of Section 508 compliance to Congress by December 20, 2019. (deque.com)
  • At the dawn of the 21st century, the fishing industry in the city gained more importance because of the rise in profits of the two main fishing companies of the country. (travelgrove.com)
  • The concept American poetry -- 21st century -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literature represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Sno-Isle Libraries . (sno-isle.org)
  • In this regard they go back to the work of F.W.H. Myers and William James, work concluded a century ago, to suggest avenues for future research. (goodreads.com)
  • In the nitty-gritty, there were many renaissances in the Middle Ages-the Twelfth-Century Renaissance and the Italian Renaissances for instance-that we clumped together under one title for convenience of research and study. (timothyrjeveland.com)
  • It starts back with the characterization of "bribing neighborhoods" to get things like a stadium as opposed to really thinking about how we want our neighborhoods to work in the 21st Century. (obrag.org)
  • Valentine, after studying Thomasina's notebooks, still cannot bring himself to believe that they are the work of a 13 year old girl from that period of history. (enotes.com)
  • Protesters in Hong Kong clashed with police, fire consumed an 850-year-old cathedral in Paris, the U.S. women's soccer team won the World Cup and President Donald Trump became the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. (history.com)
  • This landmark book presents prayer in all its richness and variety throughout history, across traditions, and around the globe. (riehlife.com)
  • This ticket is valid over two consecutive days and includes admission to Kenrokuen Garden and one of the following attractions of your choice: the paid area of Kanazawa Castle , the Prefectural History Museum, the Prefectural Museum of Art, the Honda Museum, the Museum for Traditional Products and Crafts and the Ishikawa Kikokinen Cultural Exchange Center. (japan-guide.com)
  • Instead, what follows is an attempt to use the history of the period to illustrate some alternative ways of thinking about the legitimate grand strategic issues raised in the original article. (warontherocks.com)
  • Three years later, his substitute appearance against Rayo Vallecano made him the LaLiga's fourth youngest debutant in the 21st century. (hindustantimes.com)
  • Etna also made it into history records in 396 B.C., when its eruption prevented the Carthaginian army from reaching Catania. (usatoday.com)
  • Some friends of mine have set up a new local paper in Hackney, the Citizen , and it's thriving, and just landing through my letterbox is the subject of this review, One Eye Grey , which advertises itself as a penny dreadful for the 21st century . (blogcritics.org)
  • This program is sponsored by Buffalo State s Equity and Campus Diversity Office , History and Social Studies Education Department , Black Active Minds (BAM), and NAACP Student Organization. (buffalostate.edu)
  • DB AG laid the foundation for a world-renowned combination of logistics leaders - Stinnes AG and Schenker - in 2002, giving both Deutsche Bahn and Schenker a rich history. (dbschenker.com)