Introduction Lecture - World History
Introduction Lecture - World History HIST 1011
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World History Introduction Lecture Course Themes Capitalism modernization change Grading Criteria Explained Two paper 0 Discuss theme with first two books 0 Discuss theme with second two books Midterm o IDS 0 Essay Questions Final 0 IDS 0 Essay Question Class participation Library of Congress Exhibit and write paper Office hours T 23 amp R 1112 Driving questions for the semester How do we make sense of such huge topic 0 All peoples around the world over the course of 500 years How do we decide what is important 0 The process of selection is central to history as a field of knowledge We can t learn everything about the past 0 We try to identity trends and patterns that might bring about relevance for the future Significance 0 Analyzing current predicament by looking at our past predicaments Important Disclaimer There is no absolute answers or certain point of view 0 Historians disagree with one another I Questions change and so do their answers The relevance of issues and challenges change with our context 0n History Chronology It helps shape interpretation 1500 Present Period of Globalization 0 1500 Start of globalization I Key starting point Main agents of globalization 0 Some say people who live in Western Europe I Driven by a number of reasons I Story arch rise and fall of European dominance around the world 0 Other interpretation Clash of civilizations Organizationalchallenges o Telling stories of peoples all over the world that makes them meaningful on their own and to the larger scheme 0 Two ways I Comparison I Contact 0 In class 9 Thematic emphasis Useful to interrogate terms such as 0 Civilization Culture Empire Religion Race Class Ethnicity Why We know what they mean to us but not really share understanding of them OOOOOOO
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