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  • The Harlem Renaissance Period

    The Harlem Renaissance Period (1919-1940) was an explosion of African-American social thought that was expressed through the visual arts, as well as through music, literature, theater and dance. Centered in the Harlem district of New York City, the New Negro Movement (as it was called at the time) h...

    Contributed on April 11, 2006
  • Interdisciplinary Studies Reflection

    What I have learned with this degree and how I will integrate my previous learning with my new found knowledge?If I had read the definition for Interdisciplinary studies according to Wikipedia before I began the IDS program at Marian, I would have not had the same understanding as I do when I read i...

    Contributed on July 19, 2007
  • Epic Of Gilgamesh

    What?Epic is centered on human more than divine. The Epic of Gilgamesh celebrates the heros strength and exploits dark night of the soul and his quest. Gilgamesh established Uruk as supreme city in Mesopotamia. He met a Trapper named Enkidu which later his mother adopted. Together they set out to k...

    Contributed on July 20, 2007
  • Papal Letter: Nostra Aetate Declaration

    The Nostra Aetate declaration means "In our Time" in Latin and is from the first line of the declaration as is customary with Roman Catholic documents. It discusses the relationship of the Church with Non-Christians, which was proclaimed by Pope Paul VI on October 28th of 1965. "What happened in Chr...

    Contributed on April 11, 2006
  • "the Last Supper" By Leonardo Davinci

    "The Last Supper" was a very powerful Biblical event and the first great figure of composition of the High Renissance. Leonardo DaVinci began to paint the most famous works. "The Last Supper" in a convent located just outside of Milian. Leonardo's, "The Last Supper" is a priceless piece of art with ...

    Contributed on April 11, 2006
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