Breaking Heads: The Belfast Riot and Prince Edward Island Memory

Breaking Heads: The Belfast Riot and Prince Edward Island Memory.

The following general topics have been selected because they offer opportunities for primary research (<link is hidden> the use and assessment of sources such as correspondence, census reports, legislative journals and debates, private correspondence, travel accounts, memoirs and diaries, newspaper accounts, directories, oral interviews) as well as secondary research. The topics are sometimes still general in nature and will require further narrowing to fit the parameters of our assignment. You can propose your own topic, but it must also allow the same opportunity for some element of primary research.

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President, Woodrow Wilson (from The Meaning of a Liberal Education, An Address to the New York City High School Teachers Association; delivered January 9, 1909

Let us go back and distinguish between the two things that we want to do; for we want to do two things in modern society. We want one class of….

Social inequality in digital society

“What are the new forms of social inequality created by the digital society? And how do they lead to new conflicts? Discuss referring to specific case of social inequality and conflict….

Care of Persons ( Class) Reflection Paper

Description: Personal reflections provide an opportunity for you to expand your knowledge by writing out your thoughts, experiences and questions regarding a particular subject. It is an interactive engagement between….