WH AP Assignments Fall Semester (3rd Block)

Chapter Outline Grading Rubric

Complete all sections
Page Requirement (4-6 pages) 
Include main ideas exactly as posted
Supporting evidence (1-3 pieces of supporting evidence per main idea)
Format
Neat

* outlines must be handwritten 
* supporting evidence should be written in your own words 

OUTLINE SAMPLE:

Chapter 6 Outline

Abu al-Abbas 
                                                                                                                                             
1.a) Sunni Arab, but allied with Shias and non-Arabs
   b) Brought down the Umayyad dynasty
   c)Founder of the Abbasid dynasty

Abbasid Dynasty     
                                                                                                                                              1. a) Very different from the Umayyad dynasty

    b) Arabs important, but other groups rose to power

      2.  a) Rarely conquered land like the Umayyad dynasty

           b) At times fought with the Byzantine Empire

Abbasid Administration

 1. a)  

 

Chapter 6 outline due Friday August 23

Chapter 14    Abu al-Abbas (1), The Abbasid Dynasty (1-2), Abbasid Administration (1), Baghdad (1-2), Abbasid Decline (1-2), Economy and Society of the Early Islam (1), The Spread of Food and Industrial Crops (1), Effects of New Crops (2), Agricultural Experimentation (1), Urban Growth (1-2), The Formation of Hemispheric Trading Zone (1), Overland Trade (1), Camels and Caravans (1), Maritime Trade (1-2), Banks (1), The Organization of Trade (1-2), The Quran and Women (1), Veiling of Women (1-2), Islamic Values and Cultural Exchanges (1), The Formation of an Islamic Cultural Tradition (1), Promotion of Islamic Values (1-2), Sufis (1), Sufi Missionaries (1), Hajj (1), Translators and Travelers (1) Persian Influences on Islam (1-2), Indian Influences on Islam (1-2), Greek Influences on Islam (1-4)       

Chapter 7 assignment - read before chapter quiz/exam

Chapter 15   The Conquest of Sind (1-2), Merchants and Islam (1), Migrants and Islam (1), The Sultanate of Delhi (1-2), Islam and its Appeal (1), Conversion to Islam (1), Sufis (1) The Arrival of Islam (1), Conversion to Islam (1-2)   Chapter 21   Ibn Battuta (1-2), Sufi Missionaries (1)

Chapter 8 outline due Monday August 26

Chapter 18  Effects of Early African Migrations (1), Political Organization (1), Kin-Based Societies (1-3), Chiefdoms (1), Kingdom of Kongo (1-3), Islamic Kingdoms and Empires (1), The Kingdom of Ghana (1), Gold Trade (1), Islam in West Africa (1-2), Sundiata (1), The Mali Empire and Trade (1), Mansa Musa (1), Mansa Musa and Islam (1-2), The Swahili (1-2), The Swahili City-States (1-2), Kilwa (1-3), Zimbabwe (1-2), Islam in East Africa (1), Social Classes (1-2), Kinship Groups (1), Sex and Gender Relations (1), Women’s Roles (1-2), Slavery (1-2), Slave Trading (1-2), Ethiopian Christianity (1-2), African Islam (1), Islam and African Society (1-2)    Chapter 25    The States of West Africa and East Africa (1), The Songhay Empire (1), Songhay Administration (1-2), Fall of Songhay (1-2), Swahili Decline (1)

Chapters 6-8 EXAM  Monday August 26

Chapter 9 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 19        The Regional States of Medieval Europe (1), The Late Byzantine Empire: Social and Economic Problems (1), Challenges from the West (1), Challenges from the East (1), Investiture Contest (1), Church Influence in Italy (1), Christian and Muslim States in Iberia (1-2)

Chapter 10 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 19   Economic Growth and Social Development (1), Growth of the Agricultural Economy (1), Expansion of Arable Land (1), Improved Agricultural Techniques (1), New Tools and Technologies (1), New Crops (1), Population Growth (1), Urbanization (1), Textile Production (1), Mediterranean Trade (1-2), The Hanseatic League (1), Improved Business Techniques (1-2), The Three Estates (1-2), Chivalry (1), Independent Cities (1), Guilds (1-2), Urban Women (1-2), European Christianity During the High Middle Ages (1), Schools, Universities, and Scholastic Theology (1), Cathedral schools (1-2), Universities (1), The Influence of Aristotle (1), Scholasticism: St. Thomas Aquinas (1-2), Popular Religion (1), Sacraments (1), Devotion to Saints (1), The Virgin Mary (1), Saints’ Relics (1), Pilgrimage (1-2), Reform Movements and Popular Heresies (1), Dominicans and Franciscans (1), Popular Heresy (1), The Medieval Expansion of Europe (1), Christianity in Scandinavia (1), The Reconquista of Spain (1-2), The Crusades (1), Urban II (1), The first Crusade (1-2), Later Crusades (1), Consequences of the Crusades (1-2)

Chapter 11 outline - due August 30 (Friday)

Chapter 20    The Mexica (1), Tenochtitlan (1), The Aztec Empire (1-2), Tribute and Trade (1-3), Mexica Society (1), Social Structure (1), Warriors (1), Mexica Women (1-2), Priests (1), Cultivators and Slaves (1), Artisans and Merchants (1), Mexica Religion (1), Mexica Gods (1), Ritual Bloodletting (1), Huitzilopochtli (1-2), Cahokia (1), Trade (1), States and Empires in South America (1), The Inca Empire (1-3), Inca Administration (1), Quipu (1), Cuzco (1-2), Inca Roads (1-2), Trade (1), Ruling Elites (1), Aristocrats and Priests (1), Peasants (1), Inca Gods: Inti and Viracocha (1), Moral Thought (1)

Chapter 9-11 TEST - September 2 (Monday)


Chapter 12  outline - due September 6 (Friday)

Chapter 13     The Grand Canal (1-4), The Song Dynasty (1), Song Taizu (1-2), Song Weaknesses (1-2), The Economic Development of Tang and Song China (1), Fast-Ripening Rice (1), New Agricultural Techniques (1), Population Growth (1), Patriarchal Social Structures (1), Foot Binding (1), Porcelain (1), Metallurgy (1), Gunpowder (1-2), Printing (1-2), Naval Technology (1), Cultural Change in Tang and Song China (1), The Establishment of Buddhism (1), Foreign Religions in China (1), Dunhuang (1), Buddhism in China (1-2), Buddhism and Daoism (1), Pilgrimage to India (1), Schools of Buddhism (1), Hostility to Buddhism (1), Persecution (1), Neo Confucianism (1), Confucians and Buddhism (1), Zhu Xi (1-2), Neo-Confucian Influence (1)

Chapter 13 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 13     Development of Complex Societies in Korea, Vietnam and Japan (1), Korea and Vietnam (1), The Silla Dynasty (1-2), Chinese Influence in Korea (1-2), China and Vietnam (1-2), Chinese Influence in Vietnam (1), Heian Japan (1-3), The Tale of Genji (1-2), Decline of Heian Japan (1-2), Medieval Japan (1), Political Decentralization (1), The Samurai (1-2) 

Chapter 14  outline - due September 11 (Wednesday)

Chapter 17       The Mongol Empires (1), Chinggis Khan and the Making of the Mongol Empire (1),  Chinggis Khan’s Rise to Power (1), Mongol Political Organization (1-2), Mongol Arms (1-2), Mongol Conquest of Northern China (1), Mongol Conquest of Persia (1-3), The Mongol Empires after Chinggis Khan (1), Khubilai Khan (1), Mongol Conquest of Southern China (1-2), The Golden Horde (1), The Ilkhanate of Persia (1-2), Mongol Rule in Persia (1-2), Mongol Rule in China (1-2), The Mongols and Buddhism (1), The Mongols and Eurasian Integration (1), The Mongols and Trade (1), Diplomatic Missions (1), Missionary Efforts (1), Resettlement (1-2), Collapse of the Ilkhanate (1), Decline of the Yuan Dynasty (1), Bubonic Plague (1-2), Surviving Mongol Khanates (1)

* Read the following before chapter quiz/test (don't outline)

Chapter 21     Long Distance Trade and Travel (1), Patterns of Long-Distance Trade (1), Trading Cities (1-2), Marco Polo (1-3), Political and Diplomatic Travel (1), Mongol-Christian Diplomacy (1), Rabban Sauma (1-3), Christian Missionaries (1-2), John of Montecorvino (1-2), Gunpowder Technologies (1-3), Crisis and Recovery (1), The Little Ice Age (1), Origins of Epidemic Bubonic Plague (1), Spread of Plague (1-3), Population Decline (1-2), Social and Economic Effects (1-3)

Chapter 15 assignment - study PowerPoint before quiz/exam

Chapter 12-15 TEST - September 11 (Wednesday)


Chapter 16  outline - due September 16 (Monday)

* outline underlined sections, read the rest! 

Chapter 21     Recovery in Europe: The Renaissance (1), Italian Renaissance Art (1), Renaissance Architecture (1), The Humanists (1-2), Humanist Moral Thought (1), Renaissance Europe and the Larger World (1-2)     Chapter 23    The Fragmentation of Western Christendom (1), Roots of Reform (1), Martin Luther (1-5), John Calvin (1-3), The English Reformation (1), The Catholic Reformation (1), The Council of Trent (1), The Society of Jesus (1), Witch Hunting (1), Witches and Gender (1-2), Religious Wars (1-2), The Thirty Years’ War (1-2), The New Monarchs (1), Finance (1), State Power (1-2), The Spanish Inquisition (1-2), Constitutional States (1-2), The English Civil War (1), The Glorious Revolution (1), The Dutch Republic (1-3), Absolute Monarchies (1-2), The Sun King (1-3), The European States System (1), Early Capitalist Society (1-2), American Food Crops (1-2), Population Growth (1), Urbanization (1), The Nature of Capitalism (1-3), Supply and Demand (1-2), Joint-Stock Companies (1), Politics and Empire (1-2), The Nuclear Family (1), Transformations in Scientific Thinking (1), The Ptolemaic Universe (1-2), Planetary Movement (1), The Copernican Universe (1-2), The Scientific Revolution (1), Galileo Galilei (1-2), Isaac Newton (1-2), Women and Science (1)

Chapter 17  assignment - Read before/quiz exam

Chapter 21       European exploration in the Atlantic and Indian Oceans (1), Portuguese Exploration (1), Slave Trade (1), Indian Ocean Trade (1-2), Christopher Columbus (1-2)        Chapter 22      The Exploration of the World’s Oceans (1), Motives for Exploration (1), Portuguese Exploration (1), The Lure of Trade (1-3), Missionary Efforts (1-2), The Technology of Exploration (1), Ships and Sails (1), Navigational Instruments (1-2), Knowledge of Winds and Currents (1), Prince Henry of Portugal (1), Vasco da Gama (1), Christopher Columbus (1-2), Hemispheric Links (1), Voyages of Exploration: from the Atlantic to the Pacific (1), Ferdinand Magellan (1), The Circumnavigation (1-2), Trade and Conflict in early Modern Russia (1), Ecological Exchanges (1), The Columbian Exchange (1), Biological Exchanges (1-2), Epidemic Diseases and Population Decline (1-3), Food Crops and Animals (1), American Crops (1), Population Growth (1), Migration (1), The Origins of Global Trade (1), Transoceanic Trade (1), The Manila Galleons (1), Environmental Effects of Global Trade (1-2)

Chapter 18  assignment - Read before/quiz exam

Chapter 21        Russia (1-2)         Chapter 23    Absolutism in Russia (1), Peter I (1-2), Catherine II and the Limits of Reform (1-3), Serfdom in Russia (1-2)  

Chapter 19  outline - due September 24 (Tuesday)

Chapter 24       Colliding Worlds (1), The Taino (1), Spanish Arrival (1-3), Smallpox (1-2), From Mining to Plantation Agriculture (1), The Conquest of Mexico and Peru (1-2), Hernan Cortes (1-2), Epidemic Disease (1), Francisco Pizarro (1-2), Iberian Empires in the Americas (1), Spanish Colonial Administration (1-3), New Cities (1), Portuguese Brazil (1-2), Colonial American Society (1-2), Colonial Society in the Americas (1-2), The Formation of Multicultural Societies (1), Mestizo Society (1-2), The Social Hierarchy (1), Sexual Hierarchies (1-2), Mining and Agriculture in the Spanish Empire (1), Silver Mining (1-2), The Global Significance of Silver (1-2), The Hacienda (1), Labor Systems (1-2), Resistance to Spanish Rule (1-3), Sugar and Slavery in Portuguese Brazil (1), The Engenho (1-2), The Search for Labor (1), Slave Trade (1-2), Christianity and Native Religions in the Americas (1), Spanish Missionaries (1), Survival of Native Religions (1-2), The Virgin of Guadalupe (1), French and English Missions (1)

Chapter 16-19 TEST - September 24 (Tuesday)

Chapter 20 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 27
   Formation of Islamic Empires (1-2), Osman (1), Ottoman Expansion (1-2), Mehmed the Conqueror (1), Suleyman the Magnificent (1-2), The Safavid Empire (1), The Safavids (1), Twelver Shiism (1), Battle of Chaldiran (1-3), Shah Abbas the Great (1), Babur (1-2), Akbar (1-2), Aurangzeb (1-2), Imperial Islamic Society (1), The Dynastic State (1), The Emperors and Islam (1), Steppe Traditions (1-3), Women and Politics (1-2), Food and Crops (1-2), Tobacco (1), Population Growth (1), Trade (1-3), Religious Diversity (1), Christian Mission in India (1), Akbar’s Divine Faith (1), Status of Religious Minorities (1-2), Promotion of Islam (1), Cultural Patronage of the Islamic Emperors (1), Istanbul (1), Isfahan (1-2), The Taj Mahal (1), The Empires in Transition (1), The Deterioration of Imperial Leadership (1), Dynastic Decline (1), Religious Tensions (1-3), Economic and Military Decline (1), Economic Difficulties (1-2), Military Decline (1-2), Cultural Confidence (1), The Printing Press (1-4)

Chapter 21  outline - due October 1 (Tuesday)

Chapter 25    The Kingdom of Kongo (1-3), Slave Raiding in Kongo (1-2), The Kingdom of Ndongo (1), Queen Nzinga (1), The Portuguese Colony of Angola (1), European Arrival in South Africa (1), Social Change in Early Modern Africa (1-2), American Food Crops in Sub-Saharan Africa (1), Population Growth (1), The Atlantic Slave Trade (1), Slavery in Africa (1-2), The Islamic Slave Trade (1-2), Human Cargoes (1), The Early Slave Trade (1-2), Triangular Trade (1-2), Middle Passage (1), Volume of the Slave Trade (1-2), Social Effects of the Slave Trade (1), Gender and Slavery (1), Political Effects of the Slave Trade (1-2), The African Diaspora (1), Plantation Societies (1), Cash Crops (1-2), Regional Differences (1-2), Resistance to Slavery (1), Slave Revolts (1), Slavery and Economic Development (1), The Making of African-American Cultural Traditions (1), The End of Slave Trade and the Abolition of Slavery (1), Olaudah Equiano (1), The Economic Costs of Slavery (1-2), End of the Slave Trade (1), The Abolition of Slavery (1)

Chapter 22 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 22
    Trade and Conflict in Early Modern Asia (1), Portuguese Trading Posts (1), Afonso d’Alboquerque (1-4), English and Dutch Trading Posts (1-2), The Trading Companies (1-2), European Conquests in Southeast Asia (1-2), Conquest of the Philippines (1), Manila (1-2), Conquest of Java (1-2)    Chapter 21   Recovery in China: The Ming Dynasty (1), Hongwu (1), Ming Centralization (1), Mandarins and Eunuchs (1-2), Economic Recovery (1), Cultural Revival (1), Chinese Reconnaissance of the Indian Ocean Basin (1), Zheng He’s Expeditions (1-3), Chinese Naval Power (1), End of the Voyages (1-2)   Chapter 26   The Quest for Political Stability (1), Ming Government (1-2), The Great Wall (1-2), Ming Decline (1-2), Ming Collapse (1), The Return of Christianity to China (1), Matteo Ricci (1-2), Confucianism and Christianity (1-3), End of Jesuit Mission (1-2), The Unification of Japan (1), The Tokugawa Shogunate (1), Tokugawa leyasu (1-2), Control of the Daimyo (1-2), Control of Foreign Relations (1-2), Economic and Social Change (1-2), Population Growth (1-2), Social Change (1-2), Neo-Confucianism and Floating Worlds (1), Neo-Confucianism in Japan (1-2), Native Learning (1-2), Christian Missions (1-2), Anti-Christian Campaign (1), Dutch Learning (1-2)

Chapter 20-22 TEST - October 4 (Friday)

Chapter 23 outline - due October 17 (Thursday)

*OUTLINE UNDERLINED SECTIONS, READ THE REST BEFORE QUIZ/TEST

Chapter 28
      Popular Sovereignty and Political Upheaval (1), The Enlightenment and Revolutionary Ideas (1), Science and Society (1-2), Voltaire (1), Deism (1), The Theory of Progress (1-2), Popular Sovereignty (1-3), Individual Freedom (1), Political and Legal Equality (1-2), Global Influence of Enlightenment Values (1), The American Revolution (1), Tightened British Control of the Colonies (1-2), The Declaration of Independence (1), Divided Loyalties (1-3), Building an Independent State (1), The French Revolution (1), The Estates General (1-2),  The National Assembly (1-2), Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity (1), The Convention (1-2), The Directory (1), The Reign of Napoleon (1), Napoleonic France (1-3), Napoleon’s Empire (1), The Fall of Napoleon (1), The Influence of Revolution (1), The Emergence of Ideologies: Conservatism and Liberalism (1), Conservatism (1), Liberalism (1-4), Voting Rights and Restrictions (1)     Chapter 29    Patterns of Industrialization (1), Foundations of Industrialization (1), Coal and Colonies (1), Ecological Relief (1-3), Mechanization of the Cotton Industry (1-2), Steam Power (1), Iron and Steel (1-2), Transportation (1-2), The Factory System (1), The Factory (1-2), Working Conditions (1-2), Industrial Protest (1), The Early Spread of Industrialization (1-2), Industrialization in Western Europe (1-2), Industrialization in North America (1-2), Mass Production (1-2), Big Business (1), The Corporation (1), Monopolies, Trusts, and Cartels (1-2), Industrial Society (1), Industrial Demographics (1-2), Population Growth (1-4), The Demographic Transition (1), Birth Control (1-3), Urbanization and Migration (1), The Urban Environment (1-3), Transcontinental Migration (1-2), Industry and Society (1-2), New Social Classes (1), Industrial Families (1), Work and Play (1-3), Women and Home and Work (1), Working-Class Women (1-2), Middle Class Women (1), Child Labor (1), The Socialist Challenge (1), Utopian Socialists (1-2), Marx and Engels (1), The Communist Manifesto (1-2), Social Reform (1), Trade Unions (1), Global Effects of Industrialization (1), The International Division of Labor (1-2), Demand for Raw Materials (1), Economic Development (1), Economic Interdependence (1-2)

Chapter 24 outline - due October 22 (Tuesday)

Chapter 32      Foundations of Empire (1), Modern Imperialism (1), Modern Colonialism (1), Economic Motives of Imperialism (1-2), Political Motives of Imperialism (1-2), Cultural Justifications of Imperialism (1-2), Tools of Empire (1), Imperial Medical Technologies (1-2), Transportation Technologies (1-3), Military Technologies (1-2), Communication Technologies (1-2), European Imperialism (1), The British Empire in India (1), Company Rule (1), Indian Rebellion (1-2), British Imperial rule (1-2), Imperialism in Central Asia and Southeast Asia (1-2), The Great Game (1-2), British Colonies in Southeast Asia (1), French Indochina (1), The Scramble for Africa (1-2), European Explorers in Africa (1-3), South Africa (1-3), The Berlin Conference (1-2), Systems of Colonial Rule (1-4), European Imperialism in the Pacific (1), Imperialists in Paradise (1-3), Legacies of Imperialism (1), Empire and Economy (1), Economic and Social Changes (1-2), Labor Migrations (1), European Migration (1), Colonial Conflict (1), Scientific Racism (1-2), Popular Racism (1-2)

Chapter 23-24 TEST - October 22 (Tuesday)

Chapter 25 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 28    The Haitian Revolution (1), Saint-Domingue Society (1-3), Slave Revolt (1), Toussaint Louverture (1-2), The Republic of Haiti (1), Latin American Society (1-2), Mexican Independence (1-2), Simon Bolivar (1-2), Brazilian Independence (1), Creole Dominance (1)     Chapter 30    The Mexican-American War (1-2); Latin America: Fragmentation and Political Experimentation (1), Creole Elites and Political Instability (1-2), Conflicts with Indigenous Peoples (1), Caudillos (1), Mexico: War and Reform (1)

Chapter 26 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 26      The Manchus (1-4), Kangxi and His Reign (1-2), Qianlong and His Reign (1), The Son of Heaven and the Scholar-Bureaucrats (1), The Son of Heaven (1), The Scholar-Bureaucrats (1-2), Civil Service Examinations (1-2), The Examination System and Chinese Society (1-2), Economic and Social Changes (1), Filial Piety (1-2), Gender Relations (1-2), Foot Binding (1-3), Population Growth and Economic Development (1), American Food Crops (1), Population Growth (1-2), Foreign Trade (1-4), Trade and Migration to Southeast Asia (1), Government and Technology (1-2), Privileged Classes (1-2), Working Classes (1-2), Merchants (1-2), Lower Classes (1), The Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influences (1), Neo-Confucianism and Pulp Fiction (1), Confucian Education (1-2), Popular Culture (1), Popular Novels (1-2)    Chapter 31    The Ottoman Empire in Decline (1), Military Decline (1-2), Territorial Losses (1-3), Economic Difficulties (1), The Capitulations (1-2), Reform and Reorganization (1), The Reforms of Mahmud II (1-2), Legal and Educational Reforms (1-2), Opposition to the Tanzimat (1), Reform and Repression (1-2), The Young Turks (1-2), The Chinese Empire Under Siege (1), The Opium War and the Unequal Treaties (1), The Opium Trade (1-2), The Opium War (1-2), Unequal Treaties (1), The Taiping Rebellion (1), The Taiping Program (1-2), Taiping Defeat (1), Reform Frustrated (1), The Self Strengthening Movement (1-2), Spheres of Influence (1), The Hundred Days Reforms (2), The Boxer Rebellion (1-2)

Chapter 27 outline - due Oct 30 (Wednesday)

Chapter 31
     The Russian Empire Under Pressure (1), Military Defeat and Social Reform (1), The Crimean War (1), Emancipation of Serfs (1-2), Political and Legal Reform (1), Industrialization (1), The Witte System (1), Industrial Discontent (1-2), Protest (1), Repression (1-2), Terrorism (1-2), The Revolution of 1905 (1-2), The Transformation (1), Crisis and Reform (1-2), Foreign Pressure (1-2), The End of Tokugawa Rule (1), The Meiji Restoration (1), Meiji Reforms (1), Foreign Influences (1), Abolition of the Social Order (1), Revamping the Tax System (1), Constitutional Government (1), Remodeling the Economy (1), Costs of Economic Development (1-3)

Chapter 25-27 TEST - October 30 (Wednesday)

Chapter 28 outline - due Nov 5 (Tuesday)

* outline sections that are underlined, read the rest

Chapter 33       The Drift Toward War (1), Nationalist Aspirations (1-4), National Rivalries (1), Colonial Disputes (1-3), Public Opinion (1), Understanding and Alliances (1), The Central Powers (1), The Allies (1-2), War Plans (1-2), Global War (1-2), The Guns of August (1), Declarations of War (1-4), Mutual Butchery (1), The Western Front (1), Stalemate and New Weapons (1-3), No-Man’s Land (1), The Eastern Front (1), New Rules of Engagement (1), Total War: The Home Front (1), The Home Front (1-2), Women at War (1-3), Propaganda (1-2), Conflict in East Asia and the Pacific (1), Japan’s Entry into the War (1), The Twenty-one Demands (1), Battles in Africa and Southwest Asia (1), Gallipoli (1-2), Armenian Massacres (1-4), The Ottoman Empire (1-2), The End of War (1-2), The February Revolution (1), The Struggle for Power (1), Lenin (1-2), The October Revolution (1), Treaty of Brest-Litovsk (1), U.S. Intervention and Collapse of the Central Powers (1), Economic Considerations (1), Submarine Warfare (1-2), America Declares War (1), Collapsing Fronts (1-2), After the War (1), The Influenza of 1918 (1-3), The Paris Settlement (1), Wilson’s Fourteen Points (1), The Peace Treaties (1-3), Ataturk (1-2), The League of Nations (1-2), The Mandate System (1-2), The Challenges to European Preeminence (1), Weakened Europe (1-2)          Chapter 34         Global Depression (1), The Great Depression (1), Economic Problems (1-3), The Crash of 1929 (1), Economic Contraction Spreads (1-2), Industrial Economies (1), Economic Nationalism (1), Despair and Government Action (1), Personal Suffering (1-2), Economic Experimentation (1), Keynes (1), The New Deal (1)          Chapter 35        Origins of World War II (1-2), Japan’s War in China (1-2), The Rape of Nanjing (1), Chinese Resistance (1-3), Italian and German Aggression (1), Italy (1-2), Germany (1-2), Peace for Our Time (1-2), Total War: The World Under Fire (1-2), Blitzkrieg: Germany Conquers Europe (1-2), The Fall of France (1-2), The Battle of Britain (1), The German Invasion of the Soviet Union (1), Operation Barbarossa (1-4), Battles in Asia and the Pacific (1), Pearl Harbor (1-3), Japanese Victories (1-2), Defeat of the Axis Powers (1), Allied Victory in Europe (1-2), Turning the Tide in the Pacific (1), Iwo Jima and Okinawa (1), Japanese Surrender (1-2), Life During Wartime (1), Occupation, Collaboration, and Resistance (1-2), Exploitation (1), Atrocities (1-2), Collaboration (1), Resistance (1-3), The Holocaust (1-3), The Final Solution (1-3), Jewish Resistance (1), Women and the War (1), Women’s Roles (1), Comfort Women (1-2)

Chapter 29 outline - due Nov 12 (Tuesday)

Chapter 34      Probing Cultural Frontiers (1-2), Postwar Pessimism (1-2), Religious (1), Attacks on Progress (1), New Visions in Physics, Psychology, and Art (1), The Uncertainty Principle (1-2), Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory (1-2), Experimentation in Art (1-3), The Fascist Alternative (1), Defining Fascism (1-2), Italian Fascism (1), Benito Mussolini (1-2), The Fascist State (1-2), Hitler and the Nazi Party (1), The Struggle for Power (1-2), Consolidation of Power (1), The Racial State (1-2), Women and Race (1), Nazi Eugenics (1), Antisemitism (1-2) 

Chapter 28-29 TEST - Nov 14 (Thursday)

Chapter 30 outline - due Nov 20 (Wednesday)

Chapter 34     Challenges to the Liberal Order (1-2), Communism in Russia (1), Civil War (1-2), War Communism (1-2), The New Economic Policy (1), Joseph Stalin (1), First Five Year Plans (1), Collectivization of Agriculture (1-3), The Great Purge (1-2)                             Chapter 36       The Cold War (1-2), The United Nations (1-2), Truman Doctrine (1), Marshall Plan (1), Military Alliances (1), A Divided Germany (1), Blockade and Airlift (1), The Berlin Wall (1), Cold War Culture and Censorship (1-2), Cracks in the Soviet-Chinese Alliance (1), The Nuclear Arms Race (1), De-Stalinization (1), Soviet Intervention (1-2), Détente (1)     Chapter 38      The End of the Cold War (1-2), Fall of the Berlin Wall (1), The Collapse of the Soviet Union (1), Gorbachev’s Reforms (1), Perestroika and Glasnost (1-3), Collapse (1-2), Toward an Uncertain Future (1)

Chapter 31 assignment - Read before quiz/exam

Chapter 36     Confrontations in Korea  (1-3)      Chapter 38    Economic Growth in Asia (1), Japan (1-3), The Little Tigers (1), Perils of the New Economy (1-2), BRICs (1), The Rise of China (1-2), ASEAN (1)

Chapter 32 outline - due Dec 3 (Tuesday)

Chapter 30     Mexico: Revolution (1-4)     Chapter 37    Politics and Economics in Latin America (1), Mexico (1), Argentina (1), Juan Peron (1), Evita (1-2), Liberation for Nations and Women (1), The Search For Economic Equity (1), Dependency Theory (1-2)       Chapter 35      Latin American Struggles With Neocolonialism (1), Reorientation of Political and Nationalist Ideals (1), University Protests and Communist Parties (1-3), Diego Rivera and Radical Artistic Visions (1-3), United States Economic Domination (1), Dollar Diplomacy (1), Economic Depression and Experimentation (1-2), The “Good Neighbor Policy” (1), Nicaragua and the Guarda Nacional (1-2), Cardenas’s Mexico (1-2), Neighborly Cultural Exchanges (1-3)     Chapter 36       Cuba: Nuclear Flashpoint (1), Bay of Pigs Invasion (1), Cuban Missile Crisis (1)      

Chapter 30-32 TEST - Dec 5 (Thursday)