HIST 106 Lecture #2
HIST 106 Lecture #2 HIST 106
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HIST 106 Lecture #2 (August 31, 2016) Q2 Reminder Friday, September 2 In-class Dower article Foner article Documents All future documents and viewing guides will be available in eCampus. Method of sources America is a nation that _____. Americans are a people who ______. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Born January 15, 1929 Boston University (PhD.) Clergyman Civil Rights Activist Nobel Peace Prize Assassinated April 4, 1968 Memphis, TN March on Washington for jobs and freedom August 28, 1963 “All men are created equal…” July 4, 1776 August 28, 1963 187 years “I have a dream…” America is a nation and Americans are a people who treasure freedom. Course Themes Change Continuity Character Giacomo Puccini 1858 1924 Kiri Te Kanawa As Musetta Quando m’en vo Della Reese Touched by an Angel Harlem Nights Tonight Show Minister Born 1931 Detroit, MI Two Songs Question #1: What are different? Question #2: What are the same? “Lessons from Japan about War’s Aftermath” When did John Dower write this? When did the combat phase of Operation Iraqi Freedom begin? In what ways did Dower expect Iraq’s occupation … United States Supreme Court Loving vs. Virginia Mr. Richard Perry Loving Mrs. Mildred Jeter Loving 1967 Invalidated laws prohibiting interracial marriage Some thoughts on Historiography and History George Bancroft (18001891) “Romantic Nationalism” Progress Liberty Anglo-Saxon destiny The History of the Formation of the Constitution of the United States (1882) Charles Austin Beard (1874 – 1948) Progressive Historian An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States (1913) Economic documents – economic interest Major Points Bancroft: Philosophical ideas Beard: Economic determinism History is not static. Sources Primary – Document, letter Secondary – A book about it All suspicious Frederick Jackson Turner (“the Frontier”) “The aim of history, then, is to know the elements of the present by understanding what came into the present from the past.” What are the characteristics common to nationalism and religion? Music, songs, hymn, symbols, scriptures (Declaration of Independence, the New Testament, Quran), beliefs Analysis Social Political Economic Cultural Social Analysis Race Class Gender
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