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Texas Bureaucracy I: Professor Tannahill's Lecture of February 28, 2017

Texas Bureaucracy I

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Chapter 6 MEGGS Lecture

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MEGGS Chapter 3 Lecture

Meggs Hiostory of Graphic Design 6th edition lecture of Chapter 3: THE ASIAN CONTRIBUTION

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Dr. Ausma Khan: The Unquiet Dead

Reading Culture and The Reel Film and Speaker series present Dr. Ausma Khan author of the book The Unquiet Dead. Dr. Khan holds a Ph. D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in…

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Cimarron Spirit Film: Panel Discussion

HCC Office of International Initiatives and Honors College students hosted a panel discussion about the film Cimarron Spirit (http://loscimarrones.com). The panel, moderated by Dr. Roger Wood,…

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Digital Humanities: Digital Museums

In “Digital Museums” Professor of History, Tomiko Meeks explains how a digital museum assignment in History or other Humanities courses empowers students to engage in thoughtful curation…

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