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The Neoclassical Perspective - The Connection Between the LRAS and the Phillips Curve

The Connection Between the LRAS and the Phillips Curve. Image provided by OpenStax.

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ECON 2302 Course Orientation

ECON 2302 Course Orientation

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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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The Arts in Education: A conversation with Lauren Anderson

A conversation about the celebrated career of an artist whose talent and determination thrilled audiences around the world, and changed the face of dance. Dr. Andrea Jaber, Chair of Performing Arts…

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Digital Humanities: Oral Histories

In “Oral Histories” History Professor, Dr. Natalie Garza presents best practices for conducting and teaching students how to conduct oral histories. Dr. Garza’s work with the oral…

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