Academic studies in education (across phases)
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Academic studies in education (across phases) (X370): The study of teaching and learning, the arrangement of the curriculum, and the investigation of the learning process in order to improve learning ability and efficiency in people of all ages.Displaying 1 - 4 of 4
|Interview with Susan Wolf on meaning in life||
Short interview with Susan Wolf on meaning in life. Part of the series Philosophy Bites.
|Philosophy, meaning of life||view|
|The Making of English Slave Iconography: Emerging xenophobia toward black Africans in the coat of arms of Sir John Hawkins (1568) and Ben Jonson’s The Masque of Blackness (1605) by Daniel Jan Evans||
This article will investigate the developing representations of black Africans during the Tudor and early Stuart periods. The presence of Africans...
|Early modern, Tudor, court masque, Ben Jonson, xenophobia, slavery, emblems||view|
|The OpenScience Laboratory||
This online laboratory brings interactive practical science to students anywhere and anytime the internet is available. The laboratory features...
|‘Pictures of the Pen’: Oroonoko and the Formation of Colour-based Racial Patriarchy in Eighteenth-century Britain by Troy Walden Ewing||
This essay contrasts the 1688 novella Oroonoko by Aphra Behn with an illustration by A.E. Smith and William Hamilton from a 1791 theatrical...
|Long 18th Century, Theatre history, Aphra Behn, racial patriarchy||view|