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"In The Beginning .." and "Foraging To Farming" Lectures Notes from Dr. M's class
*Goes Along with chapter 1 vocab
Vocabulary from the Patterns of World History (von Shivers) textbook.
*Goes along with Dr.M's Lectures.
Chapter 2 Vocabulary from von Shivers (Patterns of Word History) textbook. Goes along with Dr. M's "Foraging to Farming; City States and Empires" lecture.
"Ancient Egypt" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's class
*The words from the Vocab slide can be found in Chapter Two Vocabulary notes
"Ancient Egypt" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's World History Class
*Goes Along with some of the Chapter 2 Vocab
These are Chapter 1's notes. I hope this helps outline the chapter for you! Sorry that I didn't post this before the quiz, but I will have Chapter 2 and 3 before Tuesday. I cannot post lecture notes because of Dr. Kennington's rule on that, but hopefully outlining the textbook will make studying easier.
P.S. If you have any questions about lecture notes, please e-mail me,
Hey guys, here's the weekly lecture notes!
YEAH! World History, hope these help anyone who has this class. Good luck this year everyone!
Lecture 1: Syllabus and Introduction. Very useful information about tests.
"Ancient India", "Ancient China", "Americas and Oceania" Lecture Notes
Revised non picture form of last week.
I will be uploading weekly notes and study material, so keep an eye out!
This is the notes from the beginning of the decline of Rome all the way to the beginning of the Dark Ages as well as Charlemagne.
These are the notes for Bohanan's First test! They include outlines as well as notes taken during the lecture in paragraph form as she recommends to do best on her tests. Excuse the horrible quality of this download, i could not correctly transfer it to PDF so the rest of my downloads will be using a different method and will be clear.
These are the notes for Bohanan's first test of the semester. Please excuse the poor quality. The note taking tool I used wasn't compatible to be converted into a PDF; I have changed my note taking method so the rest will be pretty!
Hey guys! My name is Madison. We have a history quiz this Tuesday, and if you didn't fill out the study guide...I got you covered!! Check out this link file:///C:/Users/madis_000/Desktop/History%20Week%204%20SG.pdf
I’m an Elite Notetaker for StudySoup this semester for this class, which means I’ll be posting my notes and detailed study guides for you to use.
You can see a free preview of this weeks notes here:
I hope this is helpful for you. Please contact me if you have any questions, or want someone to study wit
"Afrocentric Historiography", "Mayans", "Moche and Nazca", "Ancient Persia" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's Lecture
"Afrocentric Historiography" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's Lecture
"" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's Lecture
These are the notes about the beginning of the dark ages to the Ancient Chinese empire. The review will be posted either Sunday or Monday.
These are this weeks notes complete with the lecture outlines and lecture notes organized in a way the professor wants to succeed in the class. This includes the Greek city-states into the newer Hellenistic age of Alexander the Great and his accomplishments as well as successors. Hope you enjoy!
Hey guys! This is the History notes from 17th Sept 2015, China's First Emperors: Quin and Han Dynasty.
Hey classmates! I am sorry I am getting this up a little late; however, I needed to make sure I had all the correct information for the test. I have included for all of the key terms for the fill in the blank section, and notes from all three of the readings we will be tested on. Good luck studying!
Hello classmates. These are the history notes from 22 Sept 2015; Nomads and Warlords:decline of the Han Dynasty and China's Age of Division
Hey classmates! This is the revised version of the history exam 1 study guide. I left out a page when I uploaded the first one. This one still has all the key terms defined and notes from the three stories we will be tested on for Thursday. Good luck studying:)
"Ancient Persia", "Ancient Greece", "Ancient Rome" Lecture Notes from Dr.M's World History Lecture
These are very detailed notes for this week. It goes through the Roman Republic, the demise of the Roman Empire all the way into the Rise of Christianity. Enjoy!
These are notes from lecture on Brahminism and Population Growth: South Asia, Development & Appeal of Buddhism, and the Development of the Silk Road.
Notes from lecture on 9/22 about The Qin Empire and Han China (purple).
Notes from lecture on 9/24 about The Roman Republic and Roman Empire (blue).
"India Nandas- Guptas" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's Lecture
**Includes Buddhism and Hinduism
With an outline for each section and lecture notes formatted in paragraph form as Professor Bohannan recommends to be able to do best, this set of notes covers the Rise of Islam, Islamic culture and society as well as Medieval European society. Enjoy!
Hey classmates. Here are the history notes from sept 29th 2015 lecture: China's Dynasty and the East Asian World.
hey guys here are the notes from the october 1st lecture: The Fall of the Tang Dynasty with the Rise of the Islams.
These notes are from class about Christianity, Islam, the Silk Road, The Byzantine Empire, etc.
"Legalism, Confucianism, and Daoism" and "Qin, Han, and Sui Dynasty" Lecture Notes from Dr.M's World History Lecture
Notes for September 29th and October 1st
Hello! So I used my notes and created a 158 question practice exam that has both true and false and multiple choice answers of the lecture. I added the answer key as well! Enjoy!
These notes cover the Medieval Church as well as the Crisis of the 14th Century. Added is what we covered in class of Bohanan's review guide! Enjoy! (:
The start of notes for Exam 2.
hey classmates here are the notes from history for week 8.
Week 8 notes: Worlds of Islam from Mecca to a global empire of faith & Caliphs and Kahans from the golden age of islam to the rise of Turkic powers in the middle east.
These are the notes from class lecture 14 with added notes from the text book further detailing the rise of Christianity and some key words and concepts about Buddhism, Hinduism, Sub-Saharan Africa, and the Americas which weren't discussed in lecture but were part of the text book reading. It also includes descriptions of pictures and quotes from the power point as well as a map locating the key ar
13 oct notes: Crusaders in the Middle East
Here's the notes from week 5, the first week of notes for Exam 2! Don't be alarmed that it's only one day; we took Exam 1 on the other day.
Lecture notes from Week 6
Notes from Lecture 10
These notes begin The European Renaissance. Though we only had a lecture one day during this week, Bohanan explained how significant this information was and how important it is that you have it! This will be very useful for those of you who made need a good source of notes or those of you who didn't get to make it to class.
Week 7 lecture notes
"Early Islamic History" Lecture Notes from Dr.M's World History Lecture
Detailed notes from Lecture 11 on Alexander the Great's impact on the Hellenistic World
Detailed notes on Han China
A brief introduction into the complexity of the Islamic Religion.
10/6 and 10/8
Hey guys! These are the notes from Week 8 (October 6 and October 8). Please note that on October 8 (Thursday) her GTA lectured, so my notes from him look a little different. Enjoy!
Hey guys! Here's my lecture notes from Week 9. The notes are only from Tuesday, October 13, because we were out for fall break on Thursday, October 15. Happy studying!
Lecture notes for Week 10!
These notes cover everything Bohanan spoke about in her lectures this week, including many religious and political reformations.
This set of notes is about the European Renaissance and includes detailed notes as well as summaries of the sections.The sections include humanism, reformations, Luther, Calvin and Protestantism. Enjoy!
Hey guys! For the study guide I took Dr. Blair's "terms to know" from Canvas and found all the terms that can't be found in my previous lecture notes, found them in a book, and jotted down the information that I thought was relevant.
Week 10 Notes: "A Storm on Horseback: from Mongol Conquests to the Ottoman" from October 20th & "The Empires of Islam: Ottoman, Safavid, Mughal Empires" from October 22nd
Here are all of the weekly study guides that will be covered on exam 2. I have also included the reading from week 7 on the Koran.
"The Crusades" and "Medieval Europe" Lecture Notes from Dr.M's World History Lecture
"Medieval India" and "Medieval China" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's World History Lecture
This is the last set of notes that will be on Exam 2! I included what Dr. Blair reviewed in class today, too. Note that there won't be notes for Thursday because that's when we'll be taking the test.
Don't forget your scantrons and blue books! Happy studying!
This set of notes covers the religious wars and exploration to the Americas as well as the results of coming to the Americas. Enjoy!
"Korea and Japan" , "Medieval East/ West Africa", "Aztec and Inca Empires" Lecture Notes from Dr. M's World History Lecture
These are both pages of notes over the Black Death and the effect of the Black Death in the 14th century.
my continuation of notes on the BlackDeath in the 14th century.
All the notes you need for Exam 3, plus review from the study session
This set of notes goes over French absolutism, English limited monarchy and Africa before slavery. Enjoy!
Here are the lecture notes from November 3-5! This is the first week of notes that will be on Exam 3 (the Final). Happy studying!
These are my notes from last week over the Protestant Reformation.
These are the notes I have taken so far on the The European Renaissance, I will upload the rest of the content ASAP! Hope I can help you out!
Lecture Notes from 3 November 2015: From Medieval Christendom to Early Modern Europe, Western Europe 100 to the early 1500s
History Lecture Notes 5 November 2015:
The Protestant Reformation and the European Age of Exploration
This study guide contains all of the class notes for the material that will be included on this test, as well as book notes that were not specifically covered in class. If you're needing another resource, or have missed some class, this would be very helpful for you to study with!!
Lecture notes for week 13 (only Tuesday, because there is no class Thursday)
"The Ottoman Empire" lecture notes from Dr. M's World History Lecture
This set of notes includes the African slave trade and Triangular trade as well as the full study guide word list filled out. Enjoy!
These are the complete notes.
Notes from 10/16/15 on Silver and the Making of the Early Modern World from 1540's-1650
The Biological Impact of 1492- including disease, plants, and animals.
"The Protestant Reformation", "The Habsburgs" Lecture notes from Dr. M's World History lecture
Lecture notes for Week 14. Thanksgiving break is next week!
Imperial Chinese I
This set of notes goes over Imperial China, the Islamic Ottoman Empire as well as special notes of pictures and descriptions that should be on the test as a "gift" for showing up. Enjoy!
Final study guide for Dr. M's World History I class. Includes vocab, textbook pages, and practice questions.
"Europe Discovers the Americas" Lecture notes from Dr. M's World History Lecture
Here's the last set of notes for the Final Exam! Weeks 12-15 will be on the exam and go with the study guide. Don't forget to bring a blue book and a scantron to the test on Tuesday. Good luck, y'all!
Kelly Kennington HIST1010-008 ~ Auburn University
This set of notes covers the Islamic Empires II, the scientific revolution as well as the enlightenment. I hope you enjoy!
This study guide includes detailed definitions and descriptions for all of the provided words along with the filled out map and reading notes from the text. Enjoy and good luck!
Hey y'all. This is it. The study guide for the final includes all of the terms and map locations, etc. Good luck studying!
This contains all class notes as well as the specific book notes Ms. Bohanan told us to study for the test. All terms from the study guide are in red and easy to pull out to focus on as you go along. Good luck!!
These notes cover The Long Paleolithic and The Neolithic Revolution.
Lecture notes from weeks 1-4 of HIST 1010
includes all notes that cover information for test number 3
Covers information from The tigris/euphrates and indus rivers and the nile and yellow/yangzi rivers powerpoints.
Study guide covers the key terms, textbook readings, and the outside readings.
These notes cover lecture 6
This is near all of Week 5 notes in History 1010, of Dr. Ray's class
History 1010 with Dr. Ray study guide for Exam 2
History 1010 Practice Test for exam 2
exam 1 study guide
This includes all of Unit V of notes in Dr. Rays class
These notes cover material for the next exam.
These notes include everything Professor Ray says in class, the textbook definitions, the powerpoint slides, and notes from the SI sessions.
these notes cover the renaissance, early modern encounters in the indian ocean
Complete notes for week 9
These notes cover lecture 14 on "The Rise and Spread of Christianity" (3/8/16) and lecture 15 "Islam and the Caliphate" (3/10/16)
SI session practice test for Dr. Ray's History 1010 class
These notes cover the material for our next exam.
Exam 3 Review for Dr. Ray's class including Learning objectives from the Notes and Book also has all the Reading Quizes and answers to the reading quizzes.
Extensive Notes from every lecture, including Primary Source discussion.
These notes cover material applicable to exam four.
Dr. Rays History 1010 study guide for final
Notes for final exam.
These are the notes beginning from the Rise of Islam.
These are the notes covering utilitarianism.
These notes cover the material included in chapter 2.
These notes cover the information needed on Egypt.
These notes cover the information on Exam 3.
These notes cover the key terms that will likely be on the final.
tester may 2-4
These are the notes for lectures 1-3 (5-23, 5-25, 5-27) and book notes for pages 1-62) of week 1. Also, for the book notes, I made sure to make bold the vocabulary words, because those are most likely to be on the test.
These notes contained everything that was covered in lectures 4 and 5 (6/01 and 6/03) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
This study guide lists all the important terms that you need to know for the test. It also contains an outline of the reading for the 1st exam, that lists the key points that could be asked on the test. Good Luck!
These notes contain everything that was covered in lectures 6 and 7 (6/06 and 6/10) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
These notes contain everything that was covered in lectures 8, 9, and 10 (6/13, 6/15 and 6/17) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
These notes contain everything that was covered in lectures 11 and 12 (6/20 and 6/22) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
This study guide lists all the important terms that you need to know for the test. It also contains an outline of the reading for the 2nd exam, that lists the key points that could be asked on the test. Good Luck!
These notes contain everything that was covered in lecture 14 (7/01) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
These notes contain everything that was covered in lectures 15, 17, 18, and 19 (7/08, 7/11, 7/13, and 7/15) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
This study guide lists all the important terms that you need to know for the test. It also contains an outline of the reading for the 3rd exam, that lists the key points that could be asked on the exam. Good Luck!!!
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These notes contain everything that was covered in lecture 21 (7/23) along with an outline of the weekly reading.
These notes contain everything that was covered in lectures 22, 23, and 24 (7/25, 7/27 and 7/29)
This study guide lists all the important terms that you need to know for the test. It also contains an outline of the reading for the 4th exam (CHAPTER 17 ONLY--it is all that will be asked on the exam).
These notes are an outline of what was covered in the first lecture of HIST 1010, discussing how one should define a civilization and the role of Mesopotamia.
These notes will be on the exam!
Dr. Bohanan's first lecture for HIST 1010. She asked us to write them in paragraph form and then, if we would like to, come up and get them looked at by her. She said that these were great and will help with studying. I hope these help you!
These notes are on the first lecture of this week.
These notes are from lecture today.
Lecture on 8/24/16
These notes were part of our first lecture.
Lecture on 8/26/16
These notes cover the introduction and the entirety of chapter 1. It also consists of the chapter vocabulary and study questions for extra practice.
Lecture on 8/29/16
Notes from Neolithic Revolution, Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt. Up to 8/26
These are the notes from History Class 8/29,8/31,9/2
Consists of chapter 2 and 3 notes.
Lecture on 8/31/16
Lecture #2 Notes, 8/23/16
Lecture 3, 8/25/16
Lecture 4, 8/30/16
Lecture on 9/2/16
These notes cover chapter four in its entirety.
This study guides follows along with notes from the lecture.
Early Civilization in Middle East and Africa
Egytian Civilization. DAY with the Substitute.
Ancient Kingdoms and Empires of the Middle East
Lecture on 9/7/16
Lecture on 9/12/16
These notes are from Monday's lessons about Hellenic Greece.
These notes begin Unit three with Classical Religions and philosophies
Lecture on 9/14/16
Lecture on 9/16/16
Lecture on 9/19/16
These notes talk about the political changes during the Axial Age
These notes cover from the first day to yesterday (9/19/2016)
Lecture on 9/21/16
These notes cover a small glimpse into the different types of trade during the Axial age
These notes cover the lecture given on September 21, 2016, with important information emphasized.
Lecture on 9/23/16
These notes cover the reach of each early empire and how it fell
These notes begin our unit on Post-Classical Alternatives to Empires
These notes discuss the diffusion of Islam and Christianity in detail
Lecture on 9/26/16
these notes cover the Han Dynasty China and Imperial Rome
This study guide goes over the learning objectives and connects them to notes from lecture. This is a great way to jog your memory and find out what you need to study harder on for the exam!
Covers the remaining notes to prepare for the test
Lecture on 9/28/16
Lecture on 9/30/16
Lecture on 10/3/16
Lecture on 10/5/16
Exam on Greece, Rome, and the middle ages
Hellenistic Greece and Roman Repubilc and Empire
These notes cover Chapter 8 and the Rise of Universal Religions
covers chapter 9 on New Empires and Common Cultures
study guide on chapters 6-10 on what is going to be on the exam
Notes from the book
chp. 10 notes - Africa and the Mongol's invasion
Lecture on 10/12/16
Lecture on 10/17/16
These cover the mongols and steppe warriors
These notes cover many topics including:
The Mongolian Empire
The Black Death
New Empires of the Late Post Classical Era
Slavery in Americas
Mercantilism between the Old and New world
Notes on the Black Death, European Renaissance and Islamic Empires
Lecture on 10/19/16
Lecture on 10/21/16
Lecture on 10/24/16
Lecture on 12/26/16
Lecture on 10/28/16
Lecture on 10/31/16
Lecture on 11/2/16
notes on The Protestant Reformation
Lecture on 11/4/16
Lecture on 11/7/16
notes on 'World's Entangled' and 'Silver and Political Transformation in the East' lecture
Lecture on 11/9/16
Lecture on 11/14/16
Lecture on 11/16/16
Lecture on 11/18/16
Notes on "Cultures of Power and Splendor"
Lecture on 11/28/16
These notes cover unit seven of lecture. They entail: Notes on the reformation, Columbian exchange, Western ideals, development of Military empires, and growth of commerce.
These notes cover unit 8 of lecture. They entail: colonialism in Asia, colonialism in America, colonies, rule of monarchs, The Enlightenment, and French Revolution.
This study guide is for our last exam in History! Make sure to review your notes along with this study guide.
Final Exam Study Guide!!
Lecture on 11/30/16
Lecture on 12/2/16
This is what was covered for the first test
These notes are covered on the second test
These are all the notes for the final exam (fourth test)
This is the first lecture that will be tested on for exam 2. This covers all of the different religions.
Exam 2 material
These are most of the main concepts for material that will be covered on exam 2
Test 2 material
Dr. Bohanan's World History 1 group.
This is most of the notes included in Exam 1 for World History 1010. Week 1 notes are available on my page as well.
These notes are from all lectures for Exam 2 in Hist 1010
These notes provide an in-depth analysis of the text from Chapter 1- Becoming Human (Worlds Together Worlds Apart). Please be aware that these notes DO NOT include professor lecture material... those notes are included in a different bundle.
The notes cover the first two weeks of class and go over the beginning of civilization as well as Ancient Egypt.
These notes cover the first two lectures of World History 1010
These are an in-depth analysis of the text from the book Worlds Together Worlds Apart - primarily from Chapter 2: Rivers, Cities, and States. Most material may appear on the exam
The notes cover the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, the Indus Valley and China (Shang Dynasty) as well as significant temples and palaces of the time period.
These notes cover the two lectures of week two.
These are the notes from the first week of class
These notes cover all of chapter 1 "Becoming Human" and the first lecture
This is a brief Study Guide that accesses the material from Chapter 1-4 in Worlds Together Worlds Apart. Please Note: the Chapter Notes will also become available around 9/10/17 for access to this material and to improve study material habits.
Settlement, pastoralism and trade
Tigris and Euphrates River: Mesopotamia
Indus River valley
"The gift of the nile"- Egypt
Yellow and Yangzi river
The western frontier
summarises all of chapter 3 and some lecture notes
Civilization and society characteristics, innovation, commerce, and diffusion
This includes all of Chapter 4 notes
"First Empires and Common Cultures in Afro-Eurasia"
These are just notes on Lectures 2-5 of Professor Giblin's HIST1010 class first semester
covers all of lecture 6 9/14/17
and the chapter 4 discussion questions (questions are posted in a pdf on canvas by teacher)
These notes help to study for the exam over the weekend
This study guide covers most of the material, but it still is advised to look at previously posted notes :)
Notes covering Chapter Two of Worlds Together Worlds Apart
Week 3 Chapter 3 Notes and Lecture Material: w/ S.I. Session Material
Week 4 Lecture Notes
These has what will be on the next exam
Week 5 Notes
These notes go over all of chapter 5 in "Worlds Together, Worlds Apart" V. A
reviews all that was covered on lecture 8 (9/26/17)
unit 2 notes- early river empires
Classical religions and philosophies, classical and axial ages- politics, commerce, religion, the end of empires
these notes cover all of Chapter 6 "Shrinking the Afro-Eurasian World" 350BCE-250BCE
These notes are what will be covered in the next exam
These notes are going to be on the next exam
Origin and diffusion of world religions, caliphates and kingdoms in a fractured continent; isolated urbanization; the crusades; role of church and state
These are the study guides
Study Guide over Unit 3 Lecture Notes
these will be used for the final
although, we have done a test over it. Just in case it comes up again
Study Guide for Thursday Test
These notes cover the next exam over unit 2
notes over early river empires
Ancient China and Islamic Civilizations
These notes cover Europe after the fall of the Western Empire to the Renaissance and birth of birth of capitalism.
Week 7 Notes
Week 9 Lecture Notes
notes on the early river empires and the bronze age
People as Wealth in Africa, The Triumph of Imperial Traditions in Asia, The Logic of Mercantilism in Europe
Empires in Contact: The Mongols
Feudalism in East and West
The Black Death
covers all of chapter 9
New Empires and Common Cultures 600-1000CE
Covers all the key terms (vocab) to know in Chapter 9
This study guide talks about the material that will be covered on the next test.
3.2.1 - 3.2.3 --Early encounters in the Columbian Exchange, making a global ecology, in pursuit of destiny
In Pursuit of Progress, Buddhist Expansion, Renaissance, Regulating Difference, Systematic Inquiry, Magic and Science, Natural Philosophers, Global Connections of Science and Religion, Merchants of Death, Slave Trade, Plantation Complex and Roots of Capitalism
These notes covers the material that will be on the exam next week. Good luck study hard!
The key terms defined in chapter 10
this covers all of chapter 10 book notes
these notes contain the terms you should know for chapter 11
Military empires, the Great Divergence
Earlier chapter notes to help with final
The notes cover the main topics that will be on the next exam
earlier notes to help with final
First few chapters of class
these notes are for Morris Bian's second test
these are the main points to focus on for exam 2
these are the topics you need to focus on for test 2
Key points for test 2
First Exam Notes