HUMA 215
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  • 4 Pages Unit2.HUMA215
    Unit2.HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    1 Running Head: VERNACULAR LANGUAGE Vernacular Language NAME HUMA215-1101A-05: Topics in Cultural Studies American Intercontinental University 2 Vernacular Language As the Roman control continued to expand, the Latin language became the customary language

  • 6 Pages Unit3.HUMA215.GP
    Unit3.HUMA215.GP

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    Unit 3 Group Project NAME AIU Course HUMA215 Topics in Cultural Studies Abstract Our group is to gather information on Cultural Syncretism in Africa and the Americas with the resistance to cultural change Westerners encountered in China and India. Our gro

  • 4 Pages Unit1.HUMA215
    Unit1.HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    1 Running Head: COMPARING CULTURES Comparing Two Cultures NAME HUMA215-1101A-05: Topics in Cultural Studies American Intercontinental University 2 Comparing Two Cultures 3 Running Head: COMPARING CULTURES 4 References: Carr, K. (2010). Ancient Greek Gover

  • 3 Pages Unit3.HUMA215
    Unit3.HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    1 Running Head: CULTURAL SYNCRETISM Cultural Syncretism NAME HUMA215-1101A-05: Topics in Cultural Studies American Intercontinental University 2 Cultural Syncretism With the Indian and Chinese cultures conquest of culture and religion was not an easy task

  • 7 Pages HUMA215 Unit 4 IP
    HUMA215 Unit 4 IP

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    Running head: Unit 4 Individual Project 1 Unit 4 Individual Project HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins American Intercontinental University Online 05/25/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes Unit 4 Individual Project 2 Abstract This paper will analyze and interpre

  • 1 Page HUMA215 Unit 1 DB
    HUMA215 Unit 1 DB

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    Unit 1 Discussion Board HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins 05/04/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes There is no widely accepted definition for civilization and has been understood in numerous ways. It has also been related to the term culture (Drew, 2007). One

  • 5 Pages HUMA215 Unit 1 IP
    HUMA215 Unit 1 IP

    School: AIU Online

    Running head: Early Greek VS Early Roman Cultures 1 Unit 1 Individual Project HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins American Intercontinental University Online 05/04/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes Early Greek VS Early Roman Cultures 2 Abstract This assignment

  • 1 Page HUMA215 Unit 5 DB
    HUMA215 Unit 5 DB

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    Unit 5 Discussion Board HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins 05/29/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes We as human being s can grow a new respect for one anothers practices and become cognizant of the different cultures around the world by understanding our collec

  • 6 Pages HUMA215 Unit 2 IP
    HUMA215 Unit 2 IP

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    Running head: Latin Culture 1 Unit 2 Individual Project HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins American Intercontinental University Online 05/11/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes Latin Culture 2 Abstract This paper will discuss how Latin was used up until the twel

  • 2 Pages HUMA215 Unit 3 DB
    HUMA215 Unit 3 DB

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    Unit 3 Discussion Board HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins 05/19/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes How are scholars able to find out how early people with no written records lived? Archeologists study the behavior and early culture from early humans to the pre

  • 1 Page HUMA215 Unit 4 DB
    HUMA215 Unit 4 DB

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    Unit 4 Discussion Board HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins 05/24/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes What are some of the philosophies that influenced Latin America? In what way did they impact the cultures of Latin America? Many philosophies have influenced Lat

  • 2 Pages HUMA215 Unit 2 DB
    HUMA215 Unit 2 DB

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    Unit 2 Discussion Board HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins 05/10/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes The very foundations of romance can be found through the impressions of courtly love. During the medieval times most marriages were arranged. One can only interp

  • 2 Pages HUMA215
    HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    The Dawn of Early Civilization NAME Unit 1 Discussion Board In the beginning of civilization the main concern was how to get food. As people migrated and population increased the desire for shelter increased as well. Later, many other forces came into pla

  • 5 Pages Unit5.HUMA215
    Unit5.HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    1 Running Head: THE CONSTITUTION The Constitution NAME HUMA215-1101A-05: Topics in Cultural Studies American Intercontinental University 2 The Constitution The United States Constitution is a written document that established the framework for the United

  • 5 Pages Unit4.HUMA215
    Unit4.HUMA215

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    1 Running Head: DECENTERING CULTURE Decentering Culture NAME HUMA215-1101A-05: Topics in Cultural Studies American Intercontinental University 2 Decentering Culture During the late 19th and early 20th centuries the Western cultures had started to moderniz

  • 2 Pages Unit3.HUMA215.GP.Evaluation
    Unit3.HUMA215.GP.Evaluation

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    GROUP PROJECT EVALUATION SHEET UNIT 3 Group Project Total points: 125 40% of this score is determined by the ratings provided by each student in the group. The project score determines the other 60%. While the paper grade will apply equally to each team m

  • 2 Pages DB5
    DB5

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    Heritage & Humanity NAME Unit 5 Discussion Board To help us better understand our heritage and humanity in the present, we must understand the past. You must know the context, facts, and issues surrounding the people. There is only one race on the planet

  • 3 Pages DB4
    DB4

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    Latin American NAME Unit 4 Discussion Board Latin America was influenced by a number of different philosophies that had varied among and across the populations due to the behavior of individual yet crossing colonial experiences. Accordingly the indigenous

  • 2 Pages DB3
    DB3

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    A Prehistoric Adventure NAME Unit 3 Discussion Board Scholars can determine the establish the quality of life and the history of early people through the artifacts they have left behind such as ceramics, wall paintings, tools, weapons, cooking equipment,

  • 2 Pages DB2
    DB2

    School: AIU Online

    Course: Topics In Cultural Studies

    Romance Is In The Air NAME Unit 2 Discussion Board The impressions of courtly love are the very foundations of modern romance. Most medieval marriages were arranged marriages out of duty or convenience. Chances are, the woman and man rarely got a long or

  • 7 Pages HUMA215 Unit 5 IP
    HUMA215 Unit 5 IP

    School: AIU Online

    Running head: UNIT 5 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 1 Unit 5 Individual Project HUMA215-1302A-23 Nicholas Wiggins American Intercontinental University Online 06/02/2013 Instructor Melissa Hayes UNIT 5 INDIVIDUAL PROJECT 2 Abstract This paper will analyze a single art

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