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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Technological Determinism

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S&s is inspired by conan the barbarian and carl jung"s red book. Throwing the player into the game, no tutorial is a feature of the indie game. Provide
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - The Cantos, Multimedia, Marshall Mcluhan

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29 Mar 2013
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Jean-Paul Sartre, Hypertext

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29 Mar 2013
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Digital allows for instantaneous two-way traffic between the author and the audience. Digital also allows for ease with which readers become writers. I
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - The Residents, Superorganism, Global Brain

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29 Mar 2013
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Printing digital removes some of the steps that have to take place in order to have a book in print. It also keeps the writer in contact with the work
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287 February 27 - TEI

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29 Mar 2013
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Tagging = taking data and describing other data: metadata is what is used to display/classify the data, elements are metadata. Tei isn"t the same as ht
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Mimesis, Literary Modernism, Free Indirect Speech

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29 Mar 2013
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Introduction to our class project, the brown stocking. To the lighthouse is difficult because perceptions and character lens change with no indication.
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Digital Public Library Of America, Meritocracy

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29 Mar 2013
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The main problem of a universal library is copyright laws. One of the advantages of digitized text is that you can search them by keywords. This is the
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Rorschach Test

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31 Jan 2013
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There has been a historic dislike of measuring art and literature in a quantitative way. Quantitative data is sharable and therefore is objective not s
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Arab Spring, Reverse Perspective, Technological Determinism

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31 Jan 2013
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Marshal mcluhan represents the limits of english. Keith richards understood that the medium is the message, the way that it is brought forth is the way
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Blank Verse, Onomatopoeia, Marshall Mcluhan

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31 Jan 2013
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Rescuing texts that weren"t happy as printed books. The first edition of the wasteland was in a magazine and appeared without footnotes: the footnotes
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UTSGENG287H1Adam HammondWinter

ENG287H1 Lecture Notes - Snob

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11 Jan 2013
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Mad Scientist, Hubris, Utopia

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17 Nov 2012
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Heterosexuality

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17 Nov 2012
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Posthumanism, Virtual Reality

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17 Nov 2012
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There is a link to continuity and consistency within the oneness of identity. Science and technology have a definitive role in the shaping of identity.
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - The Windup Girl, Hubris, Utopia

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17 Nov 2012
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The past still has a role and presence in the future. There is almost a bit of retrograde technology. Global trade is just beginning to pick up again,
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Analog Science Fiction And Fact, The Windup Girl, Hugo Gernsback

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17 Nov 2012
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A brief history of science fiction: modern origins (late 19th early 10th, era of the pulps, hugo gernsback is the central figure (editor) Believed that
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Genre Fiction, Unreliable Narrator

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17 Nov 2012
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Scientific Romance, Protoscience, Oxymoron

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17 Nov 2012
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Wells was refering to a particular genre when he refered to his books as "scientific romances: he meant a different kind of romance than we mean today.
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UTMENG237H5Michael JohnstoneFall

ENG237H5 Lecture Notes - Russian Formalism, Rational Point, Defamiliarization

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17 Nov 2012
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The focus is on the difference and otherness of the aliens: physically different and ideologically different. On the one hand the oankali are technolog
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UTSGHIS294Y1Melanie NewtonFall

HIS294 October 23 - Power and Trade in the Early Modern Atlantic World

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17 Nov 2012
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UTSGHIS294Y1Melanie NewtonFall

HIS294Y1 Lecture Notes - Greater Antilles, Columbian Exchange, Asiento

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17 Nov 2012
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The spanish conquest of the greater antilles 1492 - 1550. Interactions between the indigenous and the spanish was a moment when there is a much bigger
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UTSGHIS294Y1Melanie NewtonFall

HIS294Y1 Lecture Notes - Saladoid, Igneri, Christian Mythology

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17 Nov 2012
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Peopling and re-peopling: politics, culture and migration in the pre-columbian antilles. Archeologists don"t agree on anything and therefore studying i
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UTSGHIS294Y1Melanie NewtonFall

HIS294Y1 Lecture Notes - Greater Antilles, Arawakan Languages, Arawak

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17 Nov 2012
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37. 5 million people are residents of the caribbean: not including the diaspora. Circum-caribbean to express that it"s both insular (island) and contin
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UTSGHIS294Y1Melanie NewtonFall

HIS294Y1 Lecture Notes - Secondary Source, Nationstates, Phenotype

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17 Nov 2012
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Kulak, United Front, Nepman

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17 Nov 2012
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1927 war scare: there was the fear of capitalist encirclement that had been prevalent since the civil. Surrounded by both real and not real enemies: al
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Lev Kamenev, Grigory Zinoviev, Orgburo

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17 Nov 2012
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Nep, succession and opposition politics 1921 - 1926. Industry was state controlled and basically completely nationalized by 1921. Strikes in major citi
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Left Socialist Revolutionaries, War Communism, Mensheviks

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17 Nov 2012
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Workers = rights, political control: superstructure = bolsheviks, base = proletariat. Bolsheviks won: t: terror, r: class division. War communism: t: l
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Julius Martov, Mensheviks, Winter Palace

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17 Nov 2012
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Plekhanov: populist turned marxist, breaks with populists over terrorism and peasantry, first real russian marxist, 2 main issues with the populists. T
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Sergei Witte, 1905 Russian Revolution, Autocracy

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17 Nov 2012
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UTSGHIS351Y1Professor BernsteinFall

HIS351Y1 Lecture Notes - Petrograd Soviet, October Revolution, American Revolution

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17 Nov 2012
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UTSGHIS102Y1Melanie NewtonSummer

HIS359 - March 7 - Migration, Radicalism and Reformism.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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The english speaking caribbean has a long standing inter-relationship that comes out of geography, regional migration and efforts of political independ
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UTSGENG250Y1Alan AckermanSummer

ENG250 - March 5 - Edward Albee.docx

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6 Mar 2012
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - September 29.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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Economic factors help determine the extent of technological advances. Malthus is important, history wasn"t limitless social improvement. Iron law of po
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorWinter

HIS241 - December 1 - Modernity.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - September 22 - Ramifications in the World.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - October 27 - Nationalism.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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Nationalism and liberalism are 2 of the things that the congress of vienna was trying to stop from happening. Arose from the upheavals of the end of th
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - October 25.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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Burke insisted that there could be and sometimes should be change but it had to occur naturally: natural, gradual and part of an organic development, l
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - September 15 - Legacy of the French Revolution.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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Map of europe changes multiple times: has lasting effects on the nations that came at the end. Concept of church vs. state, authority, equality. The la
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - October 18 - After Napoleon.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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UTSGHIS241H1Anthony CantorFall

HIS241 - October 20.docx

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2 Mar 2012
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People could reach their best potential when they had the freedom to do whatever the hell they wanted to. Liberalism was a reaction against the excesse
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