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HIST 10500 Survey of Global History is a History course at Purdue taught by the following professor: Ariel de la Fuente. 3 elite notetakers have produced 3 study materials for this History course.
Ariel de la Fuente
Very little was covered in the first lecture, but here is what was covered. This includes both days of the material.
These notes contain both lectures from Week #4 and cover the end of the Worlds Entangled unit. This goes from North America to the Seven Years War.
These notes cover both lectures given in week #5. This is the beginning of the unit "Cultures of Splendor and Power". This covers trade and culture and starts with covering the Enlightenment in Europe.
These notes include lectures from week #6. It finishes up the Cultures of Splendor and Power unit, and goes over some things we will cover for the exam.
This is the study guide for exam #1, and covers everything from European expansion to Enlightenment. These are the notes from the book as well as highlights in what the book said were important.
These notes include the the continuation of the Reordering the World unit, but this does not finish the unit. They cover both lectures given during the week, and the information goes from the French Revolution to the Industrial Revolution and every thing in between, as well as their impacts on the world.
These notes cover the notes taken in the two lectures of week #10. This covers the continuation of the unit Reordering the World. This unit concludes in the following week, however.
These notes cover the lectures given during week 11. It begins the unit on Alternative Versions of the 19th Century.
These notes cover both lectures given in week 12. The material covers the start of the unit "Nations and Empires", covering the Second Industrial Revolution.
These notes include the ending of the unit of Nations and Empires, dealing with Imperialism and the constructing of Nation-States. They include both lectures given in Week #13
This study guide covers all of the sources assigned in the three sections of Exam #2. As the majority of the last exam was sources, only having five multiple choice questions on the actual content, this exams study guide is heavily focused on all of the sources covered. To review the other materials, you can check the notes posted throughout the last unit.
These notes include the one lecture given during week #15, as the other lecture was taken up by the exam. These notes cover the Enlightenment of Europe and why people migrate.
These notes include all the material covered in the last section of History, spanning throughout the 20th century.
These notes include all information that will be on the exam. As there are no sources on the final, there are none to take notes on. This time period spans from before World War 1 to it's aftermath.