History Initiates - Vol.III No. 1, April 2015

History Initiates - Vol.III No. 1, April 2015

Vol. III, No. 1, April 2015

Matt Bailey and Hsu-Ming Teo
Editorial, p. 1.
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Andrew Giles (MHIS321 Twentieth-Century Europe)
Who were the international volunteers in the Spanish Civil War, and what motivated them to participate?, 
pp. 2-12.
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Enrique Bianca (MHIS305 America and Europe from Colonization to Coca-Colonization)
What does Bartolome de Las Casas' The Devastation of the Indies and the context of Spanish colonisation reveal about relations between the colonisers and Native Americans during the early years of Spanish settlement?, pp. 13-23.
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Elizabete Goncalves (MHIS322 Culture and Power in Renaissance Europe)
Did Women have a Renaissance? How did women engage and participate in the public sphere of the Renaissance?, 
pp. 24-33.
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Hayden Smith (MHIS300 Making History: Capstone Unit)
Religion and Southern Slavery: Hermeneutics, White Culture and the Autonomous Minds of the Slaves, pp. 34-46.
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Indi Angel-Auld (MHIS305 America and Europe from Colonization to Coca-Colonization)
What does the hybrid American-British film Dr. Strangelove reveal about the shifting cultural and political attitudes of the respective nations at the height of the Cold War?, pp. 47-56.
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Jordan Candido (MHIS322 Culture and Power in Renaissance Europe)
Cicero against Caesar? Humanism in Italy, 1390-1450, pp. 57-67.
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Julia Lethbridge (MHIS375 Shock and Awe: A History of the Postmodern World)
Has Neoliberalism defined Postmodernity?, pp. 68-77.
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