HI-107 Modern Europe Midterm Study Guide
HI-107 Modern Europe Midterm Study Guide HI-107
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Modern Europe HI107 MidTerm Review Identification Terms (Ids and Short Answer): 5 of 10 Who, What, Where, When, WHY. Don’t just define the ID, explain why the ID is important in the evolution of European and Western history. If possible, make connections with other IDs. Great Chain of Being Meritocracy LouisPhilippe Enlightenment Touissaint L’Ouverture Klemens von Metternich EstatesGeneral Continental System National Workshops and Declaration of the Rights Waterloo the June Days of Man and Citizen Congress of Vienna Giuseppe Garibaldi and Louis XVI Spinning Jenny Giuseppe Mazzini Olympe De Gouges Luddism Crimean War Mary Wollstonecraft Zollverein Charles Darwin Jacobins Frankfurt Assembly Sir Joseph Bazalgette Levee en masse Frederick Wilhelm IV Law of Suspects Romanticism Miasma Dr. John Snow Robespierre Nationalism Cholera Plebiscite Chartist Movement Emmeline Pankhurst Napoleonic Code Decembrists WSPU Abbé Sieyès Essays: 1 of 3 Be careful to respond to these questions FULLY. If possible, you’ll want to make use of the above IDs in your essay. 1. Discuss the reasons why the French Revolution broke out in 1789 and the phases of the Revolution from 1789 to 1795. Discuss how women participated in these phases and how their lives were impacted throughout this period; be sure to mention at least 3 different ways women participated in the events. Finally, discuss the reasons for the rise of Napoleon and his stance on women’s rights. 2. Discuss the ways in which the French Revolution, Napoleon, and the Napoleonic Wars, as well as the Industrial Revolution, shaped social, cultural, and political change in Europe from 17891848. 3. Discuss the debates for and against women’s suffrage. Discuss the tactics of the WSPU and how these tactics conflicted with the prevailing views of femininity (on both sides of the debate). Do you believe their tactics were effective? Explain your answer.
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