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This course examines what Americans and Canadians used to call "the Indian problem," or the historical and contemporary threats against the existence of this continent's Onkwehonwe (which is an Iroquoian term meaning "original people"). We begin by defining the basic vocabulary of the course,...

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This course will examine the cooperation between industry and the Nazi regime with a focus on the quest for German economic independence, the exploitation of laborers, and the financial ruin of the victims.

Semester: Online Fall 2020 Semester B- October 28 to December 22, 2020

An examination and analysis of the process and steps necessary to determine need and to create and evaluate appropriate projects within an educational organization.

Semester: Online Summer 2020 Semester A- May 6 to June 30, 2020

This seminar will provide an overview of the sociology of the American Jewish community in the context of the social history of American Jewry. Students will become familiar with the demography and social characteristics of the community, as well as its social structure and institutions. The...

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This seminar will provide an overview of the sociology of the American Jewish community in the context of the social history of the American Jewry. Students will become familiar with the demography and social characteristics of the community, as well as its social structure and institutions. The...

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Nonprofit organizations operate according to a complex set of state, federal and common law that impact and limit the organization’s activities in exchange for the nonprofit status and tax exempt benefit. Lobbying, political activity and for profit activities are among the areas affected. This...

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This course examines the history of nonviolent thought and action in the United States, beginning with the Anabaptists and Quakers and ending with the War on Terror and the Occupy Movement. Special emphasis will be given to expressions of nonviolence in religious traditions.

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