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These notes cover the first three days of classes and define/explain the terms given.
These notes cover the 2nd week of classes for the Spring Semester.
Contains my assignment work.
History assignment answers having to do with the 1960's.
These notes cover the first week of class which included the reading on "England's Treasure by Foreign Trade", Thomas Mun, 1664
A Short Account by Bartolome De La Casas (1542)
Textbook Notes pg 452-462
These notes cover the European era of discovery, the Columbian Exchange, its affects, and the noteworthy people of both eras.
These notes cover the textbook readings, lecture notes, and Pilot readings on the Protestant Reformation, the Scientific Revolution, and all of the people and things of importance in this era.
Textbook (pg 419-425)
Religion in Everyday Life
Letter to Don Bendetto Castelli, December 21, 1613 - Galileo Galilei
Textbook (pg 462-468)
Textbook (pg. 529-537)
Textbook (pg. 594-597)
Class Notes (9/18/17)
Class Notes (9/20/17)
Class Notes from Week 1 - Week 4
This week's notes focus on absolutism, King Louis XIV, the Enlightenment Era, and all the people and ideas that came along for the ride
These notes cover everything from the Columbian Exchange to the Enlightenment era. From Christopher Columbus to Candide, these notes can help you prepare for your exam!
Textbook (pg. 624-631)
Textbook (pg. 635-638)
Class Notes (9/25/17)
Declaration of the Rights of Men and Citizens (1789)
The Levy in Mass (1793)
Maximilian Robespierre, "On Political Morality"
Class Notes (9/27/17)
This week's notes cover The French Revolution, Robespierre, Louis the 14th and 16th, and all the liberal and radical ideals that follow.
Textbook (pg. 643-645)
Preliminary Discourse on the Civil Code
Class Notes (10/2/17)
Textbook (pg. 665-672)
Memoir of Robert Blincoe
Philosophy of the Manufacturers
Class Notes (10/4/17)
This week's notes cover the End of the French Revolution going into Napoleon's rise to power, and the first half of he Industrial Revolution.
Textbook (pg. 684-691)
"Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management" by Isabella Beeton
Class Notes (10/9/17)
Textbook (pg. 751-763)
"The War of Liberation" by Ernst Moritz Arndt
Class Notes (10/11/17)
This week's notes cover the second half of the Industrial Revolution, the development of the middle class, and the period of revolution and unification in Germany.
Textbook (pg. 786-794)
"The Modern Woman" by Helene Stocker
Class Notes (10/16/17)
Textbook (pg. 827-835)
Charles Darwin "Natural Selection"
Class Notes (10/18/17)
These notes start on Week 6 with Napoleon Bonaparte and ends with Week 9 with the beginning of World War 1
This week's notes cover the Modern Woman, Darwinism, and the new developments in secularism.
These notes cover Weeks 6-8, all of which will be on the midterm. These cover Napoleonism, the Industrial Revolution, the unification of Europe, the New Woman, Darwinism, and the new scientific developments of Secularism
Textbook (pg. 875-886)
"Heart of Darkness' by Joseph Conrad
Class Notes (10/23/17)
Textbook (pg. 901-907)
Stefan Zweig: Vienna: "The Rushing Feeling of Fraternity"
Class Notes (10/25/17)
This week's notes cover Congo Imperialism, and the beginnings of Anti-Semitic actions in Europe. Special thanks to Dana Bixler for sending me her notes from October 27th!
Class Notes (10/30/17)
Class Notes (11/1/17)
This week's notes cover the initiation of and end of World War I
Textbook (pg. 925-933)
"The April Theses" by Vladimir Ilyich Lenin
Class Notes (11/6/17)
Textbook (pg. 965-971)
Benito Mussolini: What is Fascism
Class Notes (11/8/17)
Textbook (pg. 975-977)
"Liquidation of the Kulaks" by Joseph Stalin
"Terror in the Countryside" by Lev Kopelev
Class Notes (11/13/17)
Textbook (pg. 971-975)
"Mein Kampf" by Adolf Hitler
Class Notes (11/15/17)
These notes cover everything from Communist Russia to World War 2, part 1. These notes include readings and lecture notes regarding Fascist Italy, Nazi Germany, and the beginning of World War II
Textbook (pg. 991-997)
"In Defense of Appeasement" - Neville Chamberlain (1938)
Class Notes (11/20/17)
Textbook (pg. 997-1004)
"It Happens in Normandy", 18 July 1944
Class Notes (11/27/17)
Textbook (pg. 1008-1014)
"Slaughter of the Jews in the Ukraine" - Hermann Graehe
"The Drowned of the Saved" - Survival in Auschwitz by Primo Levi
Class Notes (11/29/17)
Textbook (pg. 1031-1033)
Textbook (pg. 1036-1040)
"The Marshall Plan" - 1947
Textbook (pg. 1048-1050)
"Cooking Display in Moscow to Feature American Dishes" - May 13, 1959
"Reflections on the American Exhibition" - August 23, 1959
Class Notes (12/4/17)
These notes cover the second half of WWII, the Holocaust, the Cold War, and the Kitchen Debate.
These are the entire semester's notes to prepare you for the final exam. My suggestion would be to take the takeaway terms and the topics Professor Swanson gave us in class and use this as a compendium of what you need to brush up on. Happy finals!!
Alright, here is the last study guide for the semester. Remember, this a cumulative exam so it could be about anything. I took all the takeaway terms from the semester and wrote some bullet points I thought would help me remember what they're about. Everyone have a wonderful and safe break. Good luck!
Questions and answers to study