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HIST115 Lecture 5: Lecture #5

Lecture 5 – Conquest of Mesoamerica lOMoARcPSD The Iberian (Spanish/Portuguese) conquest of Mesoamerica (Central America), and the push by Europeans into SouthAmerica. 1. TheAztec (Mexica) and Inca Empires in 1500 The c...

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HIST115 Lecture 6: Lecture #6

Lecture 6 – The Slave Trade lOMoARcPSD New Slide: Profiting from Colonial Conquest Shows a Gold figurine uncovered in an archaeological excavation at Cuzco. Finds such as these are now rare since so muchAztec and Inca go...

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HIST115 Lecture 11: Lecture #11

Lecture 11 –Asian Stagnation in India (?) lOMoARcPSD It is a prominent idea in history among western historians thatAsia fell behind Europe because it stagnated. The west managed to industrialise and develop military supr...

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HIST115 Lecture 4: Lecture #4

Lecture 4 – European Expansion lOMoARcPSD The process by which Europe expanded out into other parts of Eurasia. New Slide: The World in 1400
 Shows a map of the world with the portion controlled by Islamic nations shaded...

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HIST115 Lecture 8: Lecture #8

Lecture 8 – The Columbian Exchange lOMoARcPSD 1. Population decline in theAmericas The majority of the Columbian Exchange was in plants.Animals were exchanged, but this was of little importance to the Old World, though t...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Siltation, Great Divergence, Hai River

Lecture 14 – Unfair Treaties and the Opium Wars In terms of World Manufacturing output, Europe overtakes China in 1815 and around 1830 they begin to separate radically. By 1880 there is a large gap between Europe and Chin...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Chintz, Colour Fastness, Kerchief

Lecture 9 – Consumer Societies lOMoARcPSD The modern developed world is overwhelmingly a consumer society, and many of its problems come from this consumption of things we don't need and/or can't afford. It is thus quite ...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Indian Ocean, Vintage Books, Unequal Treaty

Lecture 26: Exam and Key Turning Points lOMoARcPSD First Slide: Reistance and Rebellion Shows two images, one of “TheAttack of the Mutineers, July 30, 1857” from the Indian Rebllion, and the other a sketch of Prince Dipan...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nagashino Castle, Turtle Ship, Hulu

Lecture 10 – Warfare Dating 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Systems. Eras orAges (European)
 Dynasties, Shogunates, Emperors; rulers and families (Asian) Before Present or BP
 Christian –AD and BC.
 Secular – CE and BCE, Common Era ...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Ecological Collapse, Macadamia, Industrial Revolution

Lecture 17 – The Creation of New Europes lOMoARcPSD 1. Colonisation as Networks, Empires and Settlements The idea that European Expansion took three separate forms; Networks, Empire and Settlement, comes from James Belic...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Quadroon, Maximilien Robespierre, Boilery

Lecture 7 – Slave Life in theAmericas lOMoARcPSD Hamish especially notes how Slavery was unsuccessful when it killed slaves, that this was never the intent of slavers. Slave voyages had a 15% mortality rate. Historical l...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mohawk People, Eugenius Warming, Traditional Chinese Medicine

Lecture 12 –Asian Stagnation in China and Japan (?) 1. Japan The Portuguese were the first to trade with Japan at Nagasaki and the Dutch followed in their wake. This sixteenth-century onward contact with Europeans was on...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Social Darwinism, Paul Broca, Southeast Asia

Lecture 16 – Colonial Ideologies lOMoARcPSD 1. Religious Justifications for Slavery Religious justifications for slavery and the European understanding of the world. New Slide: Slavery. Shows a diagram of various slaves ...

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HIST115 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Himalayas, Canker, Hearth Tax

Lecture 15 – Resistance and Reaction lOMoARcPSD Until this point the unit has focused on the process by which Europeans acted and changed the circumstances for themselves and people who lived in the east. This lecture wil...

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HIST115 Lecture 3: Lecture #3

Lecture 3 – The Organisation of States World Trading Systems in 1400 New Slide: World Trading Systems 1400, shows a map of Eurasia and Africa, with trading zones marked out. I – Northern Europe: Wool, II – Southern Europ...

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