Class Notes for History at McMaster University



MCMASTERHISTORY 2DF3Sean CornerWinter

History 1AA3 - Entire Course.docx

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15 Jan 2013
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King has had enough and flees france in 1791. This is not good, the king has shown he is trying to avoid the revolution, unwilling to negotiate. Many n
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 18: 17/3/2016 1CC3

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6 Apr 2016
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Review: time spans of previous and future empires. Byzantine empire or roman empire in the east 476-1453. Mongol empire 1206 to about 1500 but mostly i
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 4: 1/21/16 1CC3

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6 Apr 2016
40
Geography assisted the spread of islam and arabic language. Arab conquerors were normally the minority in areas they conquered. Avoided disrupting the
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 2: 1/14/16 Rise of Empires

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6 Apr 2016
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 7: 29/1/2016 1CC3

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6 Apr 2016
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Ypres cloth hall, finished 1303 ands destroyed in wwi - canadian soldiers were involved in the battle of ypres. The little optimum, the black death and
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Industrial Revolution, Agricultural Science, Fossil Fuel

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6 Apr 2016
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Transformation of the dutch empire in the late 19th century. In common with the french and british empire, the dutch left behind a history of plunder a
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: The Mandarins, Indian Ocean, Political Philosophy

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6 Mar 2017
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Brook made the claim that the interest in china of the west was not reciprocated by china (no interest in the west) Europe at the same time- communal i
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Morse Code, New Imperialism, Carl Linnaeus

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22 Mar 2017
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MCMASTERHISTORY 3H03Megan ArmstrongWinter

HISTORY 3H03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Syphilis, Scientific Theory, Humorism

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14 Mar 2017
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Continuing influence in medieval scholasticism at universities in the form of arabic and greek learning since 12th century. Greater interest in explori
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 6: 28/1/2016 1CC3

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6 Apr 2016
42
Either joined with the mongol hords or you would die. Mongol rule of china - quickly overthrew the dynasty in china remained in power till 1912. Public
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture 13: 26/2/2016 1CC3

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6 Apr 2016
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The dutch ascendancy and the first modern economy, 1600-1700. 17th century is the beginning of a world economy. Dutch advantages: location, engrossing,
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MCMASTERHISTORY 1CC3John WeaverWinter

HISTORY 1CC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: A Reminder, Carl Linnaeus, Indentured Servant

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6 Apr 2016
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Concluding india and the raj as the intrusive empire. A reminder of the scale and the productivity of asia; a reminder what attracted a succession of e
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