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Hyksos / Semitic Origins
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A 5 page research paper exploring the origins of the Hyksos who seized and ruled Egypt during the 15th and 16th Dynasties. Although their origins were thought to date back to Old Testament Hebrew by very early scholars (First Century AD), it is only in the last thirty years archeological finds have indicated the Hyksos had a strong affiliation with the Canaanites. This paper offers evidence of their origins.
Filename: Hyskos.doc

The Cradles Of Civilization / Mesopotamia And Ancient Egypt
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A 9 page comparison of the cultures of Mesopotamia and ancient Egypt. Presents information about their similarities in geographical considerations, and material and mythological cultures. Relates the importance of this region as the cradle of civilization. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Egypmeso.wps

Ceremonies of the Hopi and Havasupai / Contrasts & Similarities
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A 10 page exploration of the similarities and differences in Hopi and Havasupai ceremony. Emphasizes the connection of the ceremonies with the land and environment of these groups. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Hopihav.wps

Hopi Oral Tradition and Resistance to Outside Forces
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An 8 page paper discussing the ease with which the Hopi religion and oral tradition has persisted over the centuries. 'Wrong headedness' is a condition that the Hopi are not to have. They are to adhere to the admonishings and warnings of ages to come given by the ancient ones. Because the oral traditions attached to the Hopi religion are so adaptable to changes in society and in levels of technology, they can remain relevant at any stage of development, either of the Hopi culture or those that would overrun it. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: KS-Hopi.wps

The Ceremonies Of The Hopi And The Havasupai / Changes Through Time
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A 10 page exploration of the similarities of Hopi and Havasupai ceremony. Emphasizes the connection of the ceremonies with the land and environment of these groups and notes the changes which have occurred in the ceremonial life of the Hopi and Havasupai cultures as a result of their contact with non-Natives. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: Hopina.wps

Nurture vs Nature
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This 10 page report is written as a letter to the United States' Secretary of State, Madeline Albright, and discusses America's role in the status, subjugation, and support of women around the world. It presents and overview of the problem and offers some suggestions. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: Albright.wps

Collapse of the Mayan Civilization
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The Mayans had a strong and complex civilization from A.D. 250 to A.D. 900. At the peak of their strength, between 800 and 900 A.D., this great empire suddenly collapsed. Archeologists have debated about the causes of the collapse; with overpopulation, disease, insect plagues, peasant revolts against the ruling classes (civil wars), and climate change being among the conditions theorized as being responsible. Warfare leading to the balkanization of the culture is said to have effected the fall as well. Recently, the discovery of a major volcanic eruption has increased the probability of weather playing a large role in the collapse. Beginning around 800 A.D. the Yucatan suffered a severe 200-year drought. It is likely that a combination of all of these influences came together to bring about the fall of the Mayan Empire. This 10 page paper examines the possible causes, with an emphasis on warfare and drought. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
Filename: Maycoll.doc

The World's Human Population Has Reached Capacity - Now What?
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12 pages in length. With the current global population at 6,079,229,255 and growing every second, people are overpopulating themselves right out of the planet. According to the Germany World Population Fund, a full one-third of all births is the result of incidental or unwanted pregnancies. With a staggering one billion teenagers right at the brink of their reproductive years, this particular period in time has come to be known as the largest 'youthquake' ever as global officials attempt to quell the perpetual – and highly damaging – population growth. The writer discusses the various impacts of human overpopulation, as well as addresses potential solutions. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCworld.doc


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