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UTSGHIS387H1Veronique Church- DuplessisFall

HIS387H1 Lecture Notes - Marguerite De Navarre, House Of Bourbon, Henry Iii Of France

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On may 14, 1610, the first bourbon king, henry iv (of navarre) is assassinated by. This causes a sense of anxiety among the population because they rea
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UTSGENG385H1Carol PercyFall

ENG385H1 Lecture Notes - Early Modern English

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12 Sep 2013
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Modern english has many words that are similar in meaning to each other, but differ in form and register. English also has two different ways of conjug
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UTSGENG336H1Mary NyquistFall

ENG336H1 Lecture Notes - Early Modern Europe, Tyrant

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11 Sep 2013
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UTSGENG385H1Carol PercyFall

Lec 1 – Defining English

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11 Sep 2013
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1066, the influence of latin and french romantic languages means the introduction of new words. Old english had more endings that later english. The va
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondFall

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Clay Shirky, Sven Birkerts

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11 Sep 2013
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The world that we live in is dominated by the medium of the internet, and it. Nicholas carr is actually changing out brains and the way we think. The b
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Habsburg Monarchy

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11 Sep 2013
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City of florence merges into the duchy of tuscany. Holy roman empire a loose confederation of german states under one emperor not really an empire emer
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Lec 9 - Renaissance Politics part II

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10 Sep 2013
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City state (florence) shows transition from republicanism to absolutism: republican forms aimed at bringing a lot of people into government, but not fo
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Lec 8 - Politics in the Renaissance

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10 Sep 2013
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City state republic to duchy florence. Things in politics we take for granted would have been unusual for them. What did it mean to survive in politics
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Aerial Perspective, Chiaroscuro

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10 Sep 2013
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Its accessible and immediate ideas that develop: naturalism, linear perspective, classicism, chiaroscuro, aerial perspective, landscape. In byzantine a
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Scriptorium, Aldus Manutius, Incunable

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10 Sep 2013
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Printing culture revolution: invention of printing, books and their audiences, printers and print. Printing is a cultural and technological revolution;
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Scholasticism, Leonardo Bruni, Quintilian

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10 Sep 2013
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Use of intellect, wit, etc. , will outwit fortune. The argument was fortune v. virt , so fortune is feminine fickle, Indecisive, etc. v. virt is mascul
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Paul Oscar, Jacob Burckhardt, Sacred Language

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10 Sep 2013
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One of the greatest innovations of the renaissance is boarding school. Renaissance humanism: a lot of what we define in the renaissance comes from the.
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Catasto, Wet Nurse

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10 Sep 2013
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Lecture Notes - Town Square, Early Modern Europe

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10 Sep 2013
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Social structures in early modern europe (cont"d) Architectural profiles for cities thought them out around towers. City is a symbol, there is a strong
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

Lec 1 - City Structures

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10 Sep 2013
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UTSGENG220Y1John ReibetanzSummer

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Utopia, Human Beings In Buddhism, Fairy

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16 May 2012
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Focus questions: the action of a midsummer night"s dream is essentially concluded at the end of act 4. How does it relate to the main experiences and t
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UTSGENG220Y1John ReibetanzSummer

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - James Burbage, Bear-Baiting, Boy Player

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15 May 2012
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In 1564, the year of shakespeare"s birth, there were no regular theatrical performances in. London because there were no theatres in london. There was
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

Midterm #1 Review

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13 Feb 2012
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Cla204 midterm 1 review y olympians (non-dwellers=hestia and hades: zeus (jupiter/jove)  for both the greeks and the romans, he is the highest god. 
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

2. Cosmogony and Theogony

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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

1. What is Myth and Why Study It?

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13 Feb 2012
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 gods represented as anthropomorphic with well-developed personalities.  gods often hae supernatural powers and can represent the elemental forces of
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

5. The Olympic Gods (Cont'd) and Herakles: The Paradigmatic Hero

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9 Feb 2012
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

4. The Olympians

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2 Feb 2012
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UTSGCLA204H1A KeithWinter

3. Myths of Human Creation

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25 Jan 2012
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Leonardo Bruni, Quintilian, Poggio Bracciolini

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19 Dec 2011
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Exam review sheet: social structures in early modern europe. People are patriotic to their own sections of the city as well the city centre, which had
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UTSGHIS243H1Nicholas TerpstraFall

HIS243 Exam terms

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19 Dec 2011
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Laura cereta: 1469 1499, was a renaissance humanist and feminist. Her letters defended women"s right to education and fought the oppression of married
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UTSGNMC382Y1Ron LeprohonFall

NMC382Y1 Study Guide - Ptah, Tefnut, Abu Simbel Temples

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6 Dec 2011
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Seth (uncle) tries to take the throne of horus (son and heir of osiris) their story is important in establishing the rule of succession. Horus is calm
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

Canada and the Cold War

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15 Mar 2011
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A term that is applied to relations between liberal countries of north america and western europe and communist countries of western europe and asia. N
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

Lecture

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14 Mar 2011
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Socrates doesn"t deny that there are true philosophers, but each one had a story. They are born with everything, but give it all up for philosophy. Jus
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UTSGPOL200Y1Janice SteinWinter

Plato - the cave

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14 Mar 2011
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Socrates doesn"t deny that there are true philosophers, but each one had a story. They are born with everything, but give it all up for philosophy. Jus
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

The Boom Years

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9 Mar 2011
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He thirty years after wwii were seen in many ways as the golden years because of a series of interlocking booms. There were two main sources of this gr
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UTSGPOL200Y1Janice SteinWinter

Plato

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4 Mar 2011
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The benefits of the community of women and children. Everyone in the city is one large family. There is no one in the city who isn"t part of your immed
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

WWII - Soldier's perspective

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4 Mar 2011
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More than a million canadians served in the military during wwii. Others joined for the masculine experience or glory. Others believed that it was a wa
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

lecture note - world war two in ottawa

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1 Mar 2011
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Canada declares war on germany in september 1939. King had to balance four kinds of forces within the country. Many french canadians were reluctant to
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

lecture

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20 Feb 2011
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I t was called black tuesday buy the journalists. This crash paralleled the crash on wall street. This is a global event and will have repercussions ar
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UTSGPOL200Y1Janice SteinWinter

lecture

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20 Feb 2011
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At the end of book 4, socrates seems to have tied up the argument into a neat package. Socrates has succeeded at his own argument that justice is good
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

Lecture

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20 Feb 2011
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The image of the twenties is often very optimistic. Cars and fashion and other forms of popular culture begin to explode. But there was also unrest, un
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

lecture

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20 Feb 2011
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The fate of the empire, 1914 1939. This was the last step in growing tensions. France and britain declared war on germany on 3 september. Canada used t
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

HIS263Y1 Lecture Notes - Liquor Control Board Of Ontario, North South Mrt Line, Liberty League

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15 Feb 2011
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The image of the twenties is often very optimistic. Cars and fashion and other forms of popular culture begin to explode. But there was also unrest, un
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UTSGHIS263Y1Heidi BohakerWinter

Lecture Note

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15 Feb 2011
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When the troops starting coming home after the armistice in november of 1918, Canada and the world is gripped by a pandemic influenza: at the time call
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UTSGPOL200Y1Janice SteinWinter

lecture Note - Plato (VERY DETAILED)

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15 Feb 2011
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The content of poetry and virtue have been reformed. There will be music in the best city, but only marshal music. Poetry is only left with a dull jour
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