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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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UTSCHISA04H3Jeffrey PilcherWinter

[HISA04H3] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 22 pages long Study Guide!

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Since classical times, silk has created social distinctions of status and gender while connecting. Over time, silk became more available to the public.
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 35 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Reading: jennifer schuessler, in history departments, it"s up with capitalism, new york. Times, 6 april 2013; james fulcher, what is capitalism? chapte
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 84 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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It denied basic political rights and produced a system known as sharecropping. Sonderweg - another path to capitalism was known as sonderweg, in german
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanFall

Terms covered from lecture 1 to the midterm

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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanFall

HISA04 - Final Exam Terms Guide

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Lecture 11: the mongol moment (strayer 521 549) Chinggis khan (r. 1206-1227: his name means universal ruler , founder, ruler and emperor of the mongol
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanFall

Terms covered from the midterm to the final exam

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UTSCHISA04H3William NelsonFall

HISA04H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Wage War, Maximilien Robespierre, Saint-Domingue

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23 Feb 2013
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The habsburgs and the quest for universal empire in europe. Habsburgs dynasts were heirs to the eastern half of charlemagne"s empire. The holy roman em
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanFall

Key Terms for Midterm

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UTSCPOLC36H3alisonbraley-rattaiFall

POLC36H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Seneca College, Viljandi

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UTSCPOLC36H3alisonbraley-rattaiFall

POLC36H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Vedas

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13 Sep
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Veda worked at the cbc as a technician, but as a result of injuries sustained in the accident, veda immediately lost much of his/her range of motion, i
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UTSCHLTB16H3Michelle LetchumananSummer

HLTB16H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ct Scan, Transtheoretical Model, Canada Health Act

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14 Aug 2019
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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: Practice Questions 1 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Competitive Exclusion Principle, Medieval Commune, Trophic Cascade

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Practice Questions 2 Fall 2018

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UTSCBIOB50H3Rachel SturgeFall

BIOB50H3 Midterm: BIOB50 Fall 2018 PQ Answers

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UTSCACTB40Sotirios DamourasWinter

ACTB40 Final: matc34h3-d13

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19 Jul 2019
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UTSCACTB40Sotirios DamourasWinter

ACTB40 Chapter 4: HW_SOL+Lesson+4

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19 Jul 2019
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UTSCACTB40Sotirios DamourasWinter

ACTB40 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Geometric Progression, Qualtrics

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19 Jul 2019
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernSummer

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Unemployment Benefits, Trade Association

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10 May 2018
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Capital money that"s available to invest to make more money: or any asset that can be turned into money that can be used to invest, example: sell your
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UTSCHISA04H3William NelsonFall

HISA04 notes.docx

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12 Dec 2012
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9 mast ships,dozens of ships carrying supplies/water,patrol boats;cavalry boats etc. sailed numerous times at beginning of 15th century,1st exploration
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rodney Hilton, Bubonic Plague, Chain-Complete Partial Order

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6 Feb 2018
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As of now we beg the question as to why europe is where classic capitalism began. Historians uses theory and conceptual building block. Focused on deba
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UTSCHISA04H3Jeffrey PilcherWinter

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bantu Expansion, Roman Empire, Hajj

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26 Oct 2016
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Salt and urbanization in the maya world. As a basic necessity of human life, salt has inspired trade routes spanning africa, eurasia, and the americas.
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reading Capital, Product Lifecycle, Monopoly Capital

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6 Feb 2018
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Culottes, Levellers, Midwestern United States

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6 Feb 2018
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Lec 8: capitalism & politics: liberal democratic revolutions. Historiography is important in understanding the above. Understanding the connection that
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mercantilism, Unfree Labour, Classic Case

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6 Feb 2018
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Prefigurative elements: which sorta began to look forward to capitalism. The strong drive to acquire wealth was not translated into a drive to create c
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Lecture 3: Themes In World History Lecture Notes 3

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26 Feb 2018
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A subsistence economy is predominant - most people are growing just enough food to survive on the land. Not free to innovate, they can"t choose what fo
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UTSCHISA04H3William NelsonFall

Year 1 - HISA04 Themes in World History I W1 L2 - Sept17.doc

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20 Sep 2012
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Surprised at difference of animals, nature of americas. Categorized unknown animals with names of animals known by europeans (ex. Is problematic, cause
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UTSCHISA04H3Jeffrey PilcherWinter

HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Early Modern Spanish, Mestizo, Morisco

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26 Oct 2016
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Lecture questions: how did the renaissance professionalization of crafts commodity and create art, what was the hist. Artistic production served to com
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 1 : Wage Labour

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26 Feb 2018
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The events of 2008 sparked the proliferation of historical studies involving the economy. Most scholars involved in economic history reject far right a
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Chapter 2: Themes In World History Reading Notes 2

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26 Feb 2018
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Capitalism emerged in 18th century britain when the demand for industrial production was sparked by increased consumption and market proliferation. It
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 2: Advantageous, Industrial Technology, Comparative Advantage

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26 Feb 2018
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The great empires - a very short introduction. To the east of europe asian countries were dominated by various empires, the biggest of which were the l
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Text Book: Industrial Revolution, Fee Simple, Wage Labour

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26 Feb 2018
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The main link between the new world and the old world was the british trading empire. England extracted resources from all corners of the globe such as
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Text Book : Unfree Labour, Wage Labour, Indentured Servant

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26 Feb 2018
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Textbook : Arabian Peninsula, Ecumene, Babur

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26 Feb 2018
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Text Book : Tenant Farmer, Free Tenant, Debt Bondage

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26 Feb 2018
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Themes in world history: class structure and economic development in the american south (notes) Class structure in the deep south has done the most dam
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Text Book : Interior Plateau, Deindustrialization, Navigation Acts

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26 Feb 2018
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The incorporation of the americas into the world economy destroyed the new world"s indigenous populations and propelled europe into economic prosperity
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 1: Samuel Slater, Textile Manufacturing, Subsistence Agriculture

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26 Feb 2018
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Household to factory artisans into workers chapter 1 (notes) Three factors have changed self sufficient individuals into members of a booming capitalis
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Text Book Notes: Labour Power, Subsistence Agriculture, Heredity

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26 Feb 2018
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UTSCHISA04H3Rick HalpernFall

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Since classical times, silk has created social distinctions of status and gender while connecting. Over time, silk became more available to the public.
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9 mast ships,dozens of ships carrying supplies/water,patrol boats;cavalry boats etc. sailed numerous times at beginning of 15th century,1st exploration
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HISA04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Rodney Hilton, Bubonic Plague, Chain-Complete Partial Order

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As of now we beg the question as to why europe is where classic capitalism began. Historians uses theory and conceptual building block. Focused on deba
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 1 : Wage Labour

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The events of 2008 sparked the proliferation of historical studies involving the economy. Most scholars involved in economic history reject far right a
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanFall

HISA04 - Final Exam Terms Guide

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Reading: jennifer schuessler, in history departments, it"s up with capitalism, new york. Times, 6 april 2013; james fulcher, what is capitalism? chapte
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