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American Cultural History
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 12, 2014
Resources for Students in American Cultural History
American Drama before 1900
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Resource guide for students in American Drama before 1900 (008:180:001) with Lena Hill
Business of Media: Profits, People & Power
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Jun 3, 2014
019:169:EXV Charles Munro, Instructor Summer2014
CAPS/MAS
by Amy Blevins - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
Resources chosen to assist with the researching of your CBL reports and other assignments in Clinical and Professional Skills as well as Medicine and Society.
Child Life
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jan 14, 2014
Resources to aid in the Research Article Review assignment for Child Life: Seminar, 169:166:001
Cold War America
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 8, 2014
This guide presents resources for students in Dr. Jo Butterfield's course Cold War America (16A:129:SCA/HIST:4228:0SCA)
Communication of Social Support
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Aug 29, 2014
Criticism of Popular Culture
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 19, 2014
036:157:001 / COMM 4157 Darrel Wanzer-Serrano, Spring 2014
Empire of Time: Temporality in American History
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 12, 2014
A resource guide for students in 045:250:001 with Nick Yablon.
Europe & US in the 20th Century
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jun 11, 2014
Guide for students in 16W:155:001
First-Year Seminar: So You Want to be a Teacher
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Sep 2, 2014
A guide for the Tomorrow's Teachers Today Living Learning Community, and the First-Year Seminar course So You Want to be a Teacher: What Does That Mean? (07E:029) EDTL:1129:0004.
Gender and Labor on the American Frontier
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
Resources for Katherine Massoth's Perspectives: Diversity in American History, Fall 2010
Gender and Slavery in Comparative Context
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 12, 2014
This guide highlights resources for Crossing Borders Seminar: Gender and Slavery in Comparative Context
Harry Potter and the Quest for Enlightenment
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
Resource guide for students in Honors Seminar Literary, Visual, Performing Arts: Harry Potter and the Quest for Enlightenment 143:053:0SCA (UIHP:2130:0SCA)
Human Origins
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 8, 2014
Resources for students in 113: 013, Human Origins
Introduction to American Foreign Policy
by Marianne Mason - Last Updated Jun 10, 2014
Selected research sources for 030:61
Jane and the Austenites
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Dec 3, 2013
Guide for students in 143:050:SCA - Honors Seminar in Humanities...as well as anyone else interested in Jane Austen.
Japanese American Internment
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Feb 21, 2014
This guide serves as an introduction to resources on Japanese American Internment during World War II.
Language, Literacy & Culture
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Sep 23, 2014
PhD Sem Language, Literacy and Culture 07S:415:002, 08P:425:002 Spring 2014
Latina/o Immigration
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
This LibGuide serves as a guide to resources for students in Latina/o Immigration (HIST:4217:0001) with Dr. Omar Valerio-Jimenez.
Love, Sex and Marriage in the Middle Ages
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 28, 2014
This LibGuide serves as a resource guide for students in Colloquium for History Majors (European) (HIST:2451:0001) with Dr. Kathleen Kamerick
Media History & Culture
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated May 8, 2014
019:091 Professor Frank Durham Spring 2014
Media Industries and Organizations 036:085
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Prof. Timothy Havens Fall 2012
Media, Advertising, and Society
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
COMM:3064
Networking America: The Cultural History of Broadcasting
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Professor Joy Hayes 36:183, Spring 2013
Nonverbal Communication
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Sep 3, 2014
Course guide for Nonverbal Communication Amber Jannusch, Instructor Fall 2014
Organizational Communication
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated May 23, 2014
Mary High, PhD Summer 2014 036:091:001/002 COMM:2091/0001
Physician Assistants
by Amy Blevins - Last Updated Jul 10, 2014
A list of resources for physician assistants and students in the physician assistants program.
Politics of Terrorism
by Brett Cloyd, Marianne Mason - Last Updated Jun 17, 2014
Selected research sources for 030:168
Popular Music in the US
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Feb 10, 2014
Resource guide for students in 25:166:SCA, Popular Music in the United States.
Public History
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jan 14, 2014
This guides is intended for students in Public History [Colloquium for History Majors (American)] 16A:051:003 with Tyler Priest.
Russian Politics
by Brett Cloyd, Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
A guide for students in Prof. Bill Reisinger's Intro to Politics of Russia & Eurasia (POLI 030:041:001 )
Sexuality in the U.S.
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 12, 2014
Resources for students in 131:158:SCA/16A:154:SCA, Sexuality in the U.S. with Alex Warner
Slavery in the United States
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Sep 22, 2014
A guide for resources at the University of Iowa on the history of slavery in the United States
Social Media, Culture, and Politics
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated May 8, 2014
036:173:001 Prof. Jiyeon Kang Spring 2014
Social Support
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Sep 11, 2014
Course Guide for Communication of Social Support, COMM:4164:0001 Amber Jannusch, Instructor Fall 2014
Sociology Resources
by Steve Ostrem - Last Updated Aug 13, 2014
A guide to the most useful resources provided by the UI Libraries, plus some sites on the Web.
Solving Communication Problems
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Feb 6, 2014
019:151, Spring 2014 Professor Sujatha Sosale
Sources of Reform and Rebellion
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated May 8, 2014
This resource guide is intended for students in Colloquium for History Majors (American): 16A:051:001 (HIST:2251:0001) taught by Shel Stromquist
Studying Communication: Methods
by Ericka Raber - Last Updated Sep 16, 2014
Fall 2014 COMM:1305 (36:005) Professors Darrel Wanzer-Serrano and Andrew High
The Chicano Movement
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jan 14, 2014
This guide serves as an introduction to resources for students in 016:040:005 (HIST:1040:0005) Perspectives: Diversity in American History - Latinos/as in the United States, with a focus on the Chicano Movement
The Progressive Era in America
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jan 22, 2014
This guide is intended for students in Stromquist's course 16A:166:001.
The Sixties
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Aug 21, 2014
This guide is intended for students in HIST 4260: The Sixties in America
The U.S. Women's Movement since 1960
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
This page is intended to serve a resource guide for students taking Colloquium for History Majors (16A:051:002) with Dr. Landon Storrs.
The World of the Beatles
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Sep 9, 2014
This guide is intended for students in Donna Parsons' The World of the Beatles course.
Topics in Gender, Women's & Sexuality Studies: Writing to Change the World
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Feb 5, 2014
Resources for students in Teresa Mangum's class 131:150:001.
U.S. Occupation of Japan
by Janalyn Moss, Chiaki Sakai - Last Updated Jun 16, 2014
Zora Neale Hurston
by Janalyn Moss - Last Updated Aug 27, 2014
A resource guide for students in 008:069:001 with Lena Hill
 

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