By the mid-19th century, race had become the "common sense" wisdom of white America, revealing how social and political inequalities came to be recognized as "natural." DVD 3046; also VHS Video/C 9575
The major in Arabic was first offered at the University of Georgia beginning in spring 2009. Students take required courses in Advanced Standard Arabic, Islamic Arabic, Advanced Conversation & Composition, and Arabic Media in addition to other electives such as the study of the Koran, Islam in the Modern World, Middle East history and religion, the Arab-Israeli conflict, and American foreign policy.
The Political Science major at the University of Georgia offers students a thorough understanding of politics through courses in Political Theory & Methods (e.g. legal theory, philosophy, contemporary political thought, economics); American Studies (e.g. public administration, democracy, state politics, criminal procedure); Global Studies (e.g. international conflict, public opinion, human rights); and others. A legislative, lobbying, campaign, federal, state, or local government internship supplements classroom learning; the is a popular choice for students seeking internships and field experience.
Mortimer, Loren Michael, Pageants of Sovereignty: 'Merciless Indian Savages' and American Nation - State Formation on the Northern Borderlands, 1774-1775.
''I get to spend my professional life trying to understand actions by political leaders and decisions by political institutions that affect all of us. I hope that students will leave my Introduction to American Politics POLS 1101 class with the knowledge that will help them be politically active for the remainder of their lives. I tell them that other than classes in their major, this class has the potential to be the most important one they take because they will probably spend their lives subject to decisions made by political authorities.''
The last four years, or nine semesters, are considered the professional portion of the program as required by the American Council on Pharmaceutical Education. Students take a minimum of 146 credit hourse and must be in residency at the College of Pharmacy. Courses include study of biochemical disease, pharmacy intercommunication, human physiology, pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, drug interactions, drug policy, and others. A capstone course during the last three semesters involves development of a patient care portfolio, presentations to health care professionals, and community service learning.
Offered through the , students take courses in Native American culture, literature, archaeology, law & policy, and history from several different academic departments for a total of 19 credit hours. Colloquiums, guest lecturers, UGA’s digital library of Southeastern Native American Documents, and other resources supplement student learning.
429-438, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900. Macpherson, James, The rights of Great Britain asserted against the claims of America: being an answer to the Declaration of the general Congress, 104 pages, Edinburgh, Elliot, 1776. Suggested by Matthew P.
2010 Mills, Robert, Statistics of South Carolina:including a view of its natural, civil, and military history, general and particular, Charleston SC, Hurlbut and Lloyd, 1826. Mitchell, John,The Present State of Great Britain and North America, ...With Regard to Agriculture, Population, Trade, and Manufactures, Impartially Considered.
108-117, The American Monthly Magazine, National Society, D.A.R., Washington, DC, 1900. MacLean, John Patterson, An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders in America Prior to the Peace of 1783.
“I plan to join the Teach for America 2015 Corps, where I’ll teach middle school English and social studies in metro Atlanta. It is my ultimate aspiration to open a KIPP (Knowledge Is Power Program) school of my own, serving students in low-income communities.”
Wilson and Son, 1889 Lesser, Charles H.,"Sources for the American Revolution at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History"Liles, Justin S.,"The Reluctant Partisan: Nathanael Greene'sSouthern Campaigns, 1780-1783".
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''I have worked on a variety of projects at the Fanning Institute for Leadership Development at UGA—from a Chamber of Commerce assessment in Americus, to youth education and leadership training of high school juniors and seniors. I began extensive work on helping create and facilitate Athens' first peer court, a training program for high school students to learn and practice law by serving as lawyers, judge, and jury for arrested youth. The program promotes restorative justice, accountability, and leadership in youth.''