life in agricultural societies after the Agricultural Revolution
Identify two key changes in early African history that resulted in a new period in the history of the region
The Middle East
Analyze the political changes in the Middle East from the Agricultural Revolution to 600 c.e.
Compare and contrast...
Change Over Time Essay Prompts
8000 BCE to 600 CE
• Analyze the changes and continuities in major trading patterns within and among Classical civilizations; include their contacts, including religious, with adjacent regions.
• Discuss the changes and continuities in the Silk Road trading...
EXAM IN 2002.
FOR EACH PART OF THE FINAL EXAM, YOU WILL HAVE TWO CHOICES FROM AMONG THE FOLLOWING ESSAYS.
2. Analyze continuities and changes in trade networks between Africa and Eurasia from circa 300 C.E. to 1450 C.E.
3. Compare demographic and environmental effects of the Columbian...
2. '81: Compare the ways in which two works of art reproduced below express the artistic, philosophical and cultural values of their times. (Pictures of Michelangelo's David and Giacometti's Man Pointing 1947).
3. '82: Compare and contrast the cultural values of the Enlightenment...
The American Revolution
The French Revolution Begins
The Age of Napoleon
Latin American Independence Movements
Nationalism in Europe: Italy and Germany
UNIT 2: THE SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION
• In the 1500s, Vesalius used observation and
experimentation to understand the human body...
A Short Histroy of
W. M. Spellman
This brief narrative survey of political thought over the past two millennia
explores key ideas that have shaped Western political traditions. Beginning
with the Ancient Greeks’ classical emphasis on politics as an independent
different was the England of 1914 from that of 1815?
Arguably the England of 1914 was very different to that of 1815. This was due to a number of social, economic and political changes. The factors which precipitated these changes will be examined as well as the changes themselves. An attempt to explain...
about the individual and society?
Compare and contrast the political and economic effects of the Cold War (1945-1991)
on Western Europe with the effects on Eastern Europe.
Compare and contrast the French Jacobins’ use of state power to achieve revolutionary
goals during the Terror (1793-1794) with...
underwent many changes and transformations during the 18th and 19th centuries. Changes were seen in the Cherokee’s government, economy, politics, and society. These changes were largely due to the introduction of the horse to the Cherokee. The horse can be a significant symbol of change in Cherokee society...
that took place mostly in Europe between the year of 1914 and 1918, and it left millions dead and re-shaped the modern world.
The outcomes of World War I would be important factors in the development of World War II 21 years later.
World War I began in September 1914 and lasted until 1918. The...
Change over Time
Analyze the changes and continuities in labor systems between 1750-1914 in ONE of the following areas. In your analysis, be sure to discuss the cause of the changes and the reasons for the continuities
Latin America and the Caribbean
Enlightenment period include:
* Stanisław Leszczyński (1677–1766), "Głos wolny..." * Elżbieta Drużbacka (1695?–1765) * Stanisław Konarski (1700–1773), "O skutecznym rad sposobie" * Franciszek Bohomolec (1720–1784), magazine Monitor * Stanisław August Poniatowski (1732–1798) * Adam Naruszewicz (1733–1796)...
Humanities Time Line
The following is a selective listing of some major figures and works of the Humanities (right column) and their relation to important events in History (Center Column)
c = approximately
Events in History
War one is one of the wars out for many wars that occurred that people wonder if it could have been preventable. World War One occurred in the years 1914 to 1918. Many people believed that this war was caused by the assassination of the Archduke Francis Ferdinand. It was a spark to the war but there are...
Chapter 17 THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
• British cotton textile industry grew into the worlds most productive; its railway network became the nation’s principal means of inland transportation and communication; and a new fleet of steam-powered ships enabled Britain to project its new...
terms of Spain’s experience under Philip II.
C. Discuss three developments that enabled Great Britain to achieve a dominant economic position between 1700 and 1830.
D. Evaluate how the ideas of Charles Darwin and Sigmund Freud challenged Enlightenment assumptions about human behavior and the role of reason...
the relationship between church and state in the period circa 1500–1700. (Group A 2010 North A.)
4. Analyze the various effects of the expansion of the Atlantic trade on the economy of Western Europe in the period circa 1450–1700. (Group A 2010 North A.)
5. Compare and contrast how TWO of the following...
PART II, UNIT IV:1750-1914
The era between 1750 and 1914 C.E. was one of clear Europeanhegemony. In the previous era (1450 to 1750 C.E.), Europeans hadtilted the balance of world power away from Asia, where powerfulcivilizations had existed since ancient times. However, despitegrowing European influence...
Theory→ Prediction→ Experiment→ Observation
Life, Liberty, and Property
English thinker, all people possess natural rights.
Baron de Montesquieu
In 1700’s comes up with idea of government *system of checks &
balances* Executive→ Legislative→ Judicial
Jean Jacques Rousseau
People are naturally good...
reformation. In order to understand the Catholic Reformation one must consider the political factors and facets of belief that motivated a need for change. Recognition of the decline of the Catholic Church created unsettlement and a questioning attitude toward the authority in the church. Many movements...
understanding of the evolution of global processes and contacts, in interaction with different types of human societies. The course highlights the nature of changes in international frameworks and their causes and consequences, as well as comparisons among major societies. This course also builds an understanding...
and economies. Across three time periods in particular, slavery throughout the world has notable similarities and differences in areas such as the status of slavery, the way slavery influenced society, and the motivation for a civilization to practice slavery. These time periods are the Renaissance (1300-1650)...
country and progressively spread throughout Europe. The economic development which England encountered in the first revolution was distinctively higher than the other Europe countries. The adoption of new technology embarked for example, the seed drill of the 1700 led to the development in rolling mill and...
Re-thinking Beauty and the Beast
In Europe, the 1700s was a different time than present day America in which Marie Le Prince de Beaumont’s and Disney’s version of Beauty and the Beast was written and made. Europe in the 1700s was very religion based, meaning that God always came first...
Victoria offered England more time than she did to her children , governing the country not only with her mind but with her soul.
In 1914 after a period of a relative quietness , an agitated era was about to come in Europe .
Conflicting interests among the nations of Europe created dangerous rivalries...
The main causes of World War I, which began in central Europe in late July 1914, included many factors, such as the conflicts and hostility between the great European powers of the four decades leading up to the war. Militarism, alliances, imperialism, and nationalism played major roles in the conflict...
had a system of checks on the power of the government. In the event of war, the senate choose a dictator, or
ruler who has complete control over a government. The law granted each Roman dictator six months to rule the he
would have to give up the his power after the six months. This is important...
history- industrialization and society 1700 – 1914,’ can be classified as a change in industrial technology, organization of labourers, transport, and finance and business operation. In ‘A history of the western society, fourth edition,’ referred to it as the total change from agrarian society to a mechanized...
(#4): Compare and contrast the motives and actions of Martin Luther in the German states and King Henry VIII in England in bringing about religious change during the Reformation.
Can be given after study of Reformation (U2)
2002B (#2): To what extent did political authorities influence the course...
25% was paid by taxes
S: Had plenty of raw materials but not the ability to convert them into usable goods
Federal government had hard time financing war, taxes too difficult to enforce
lots of floating loans and printing money
South Carolina succeeds in 1860
Lincoln was apprehensive...