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Erik H. Erikson: Biography & Works

Where and When He Lived (Erik’s Background): Born in: Frankfurt, Germany on June 15th, 1902 1911: Adopted by step-father Theodor Homburger 1919: Begins traveling throughout Europe 1927: Becomes teacher at Heitzing School in Vienna Researched at the Vienna Psychoanalytical Institute 1928: Studied child psychology with Anna Freud 1933: Emigrated to USA; learned of society and…

Tycho Brahe (1546-1601): Biography & Works

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Victorian Era Technology and Scientific Discoveries

Major Technological Advancements: 1837-Morse Code and Telegraph invented by Samuel F.B Morse, extremely important to the progression of communication technology. 1846- Sewing Machine by Elias Howe 1850- Oil refining first used, which is where crude oil is processed into gasoline, diesel, oil and more. 1858- Sewage system invented in London by Joseph Bazalgette. Extremely important,…

How to Cite MLA: Works Cited and Embedded Citations

How to reference a lecture in Works Cited Lecturer’s last name and first initial. “Title of lecture.” Course code. Name of school/institution. Location of lecture, date. i.e. Gill,R. “Genocide”. CGC 1D0. Stephen Lewis Secondary School. Room 306. Monday Sept 24th, 2010. How to reference a lecture as an Embedded Citation. (Lecturer’s last name, date) i.e.…