Suzanne W. Barnett Fall 2005 Wyatt 144 (253) 879-3168; home (253) 752-8107 m w f, 12: 00-12: 50Suzanne W. Barnett Fall 2005 Wyatt 144 (253) 879-3168; home (253) 752-8107 m w f, 12: 00-12: 50
Historical Perspective. The course also counts toward the major-minor in History and counts toward requirements in the Asian Studies Program. For the core and for credit in History and/or Asian Studies
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Before and Beyond Divergence: The Politics of Economic Change in China and EuropeBefore and Beyond Divergence: The Politics of Economic Change in China and Europe
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Lecture to The History DepartmentLecture to The History Department
The deconstruction of eurocentric myths and the reconstruction of global histories of material progress in china and the west from the accession of the ming
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Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares PenteadoFernand Braudel Institute of World Economics Associated with the Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado
Nevertheless, the need for capital is deeply and widely felt, not only among officials and workers of nationalized industries, but also among the market women and shoe-shiners interviewed for this study
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Mercantilist PolicyMercantilist Policy
France in the early 16th century, soon after the monarchy had become the dominant force in French politics. In 1539, an important decree banned the importation of woolen goods from Spain and some parts of Flanders
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Transformations in Europe, 1500–1750Transformations in Europe, 1500–1750
How did the ideas of the Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution affect the Enlightenment? Was the Enlightenment only an intellectual concept?
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Comparing FeudalismComparing Feudalism
Indeed, African historians have often noted that kingdoms such as Ghana and Mali were ruled about as effectively as were Western monarchies during the Middle Ages
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1. Europe and its colonies1. Europe and its colonies
AP* World History Study Guide and Graphic Organizers – Unit 3: Early Modern Era, 1450 ce – 1750 ce
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Local and Global Effects of the Industrial RevolutionLocal and Global Effects of the Industrial Revolution
Asia’s large population and specialized skills allowed them to manufacture much of the world’s textiles
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Chapter 19: The Expansion of Europe in the 18Chapter 19: The Expansion of Europe in the 18
Many important economic and demographic changes occurred in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries that gave rise to the Industrial Revolution
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Specialization: African American Civil-Military History and Black Higher Education
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Global History, Imperial History and Connected Histories of EmpireGlobal History, Imperial History and Connected Histories of Empire
Such an approach would draw on the diverse methodologies developed by Imperial and Global historians who seek to write both “comparative” and “connected” histories. We point the way towards histories that are more than imperial
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