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HIS 2175 Lecture 1: South East Asia - Intro

South East Asian civilisation to the 1800s TheIndochinesePeninsula InsularSoutheastAsia Mandala MandalacomesfromSanscrifandmeanscircle In theMandelastateisa.termusedtomeanapowerfulinfluenceinthecenterofthestateand theouter...

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HIS 2175
Micheline Lessard
HIS 3104 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Clear Grits, Lower Canada, Fenian Raids

Ontario since confederation HIS 3104 Nicole St-Onge Ontariohadbeencomingintoconfederationfeelinglikethepower-houseofthenewcanada... 1837-38 Rebellion upper and lower canada LordDurhamwasassignedtoinvestigatethereasontother...

History
HIS 3104
Nicole St-Onge
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Kikuyu Language, Reconciliation Australia

Week 4: Colonialism Language and colonialism - Conquest: Physical subjugation - Language: Spiritual subjugation - Mau Mau: British term for the Kikuyu-led fight for freedom from British Rule 1952-1956 - Independent Gikuyu ...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: German South-West Africa, Settler Colonialism, Congo River

Week 4: Colonialism Past to present Local courts, marriage and farming - ColonialEuropean patriarchy upheld African male patriarchy, curtailing womens economic independence. - Gold Coast courts upheld mens claims to marria...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peruvian Amazon, Bicycle Tire, Tortoiseshell

Week 3: Colonialism New Imperialism: - From 1874 to 1914, Britain, France, Japan, Germany, Belgium, Russia, Portugal and the United States claimed more than 23 million sq km - Africa (Entire continent except for Ethiopia) ...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jus Gentium, Wild Man, Eviction

Colonialism week 3: Charters: - From 1578 to 1732, the British Crown granted 35 charters in the Atlantic region - Jus gentium cited to dispossess indigenous inhabitants of the land - Christianity used to justify abrogation...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Jus Gentium, Siete Partidas, Encomienda

Week 6: Colonialism Tenochtitlan - Cortes used snipers, but this wasnt used or accepted by fighters in Tenochtitlan. - For Cortes, the body count on the other side mattered in who won. If his army had killed more, they won...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Terra Nullius, European Colonialism, Landfall

Week 5: Colonialism October 12th: Christopher Columbus lands in the Caribbean, mistaking it for India. They wanted to find a route from Europe to Asia. Navigational mapping: - To find new trade routes - Correlates with peo...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Indentured Servant

Week 4: Slavery Rhetoric of abolition and revolution - People grew to be disgusted with the harshness of the practice (but not necessarily with the racial ideology) - 1792: Parliament receives 519 petitions totaling 390 00...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Saint-Domingue

Week 3: Slavery Its important to study the history of slave rebellions because they present a different point of view for the time; most documents from the era of slavery came from slave owners. West Africa: - When resisti...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sugarcane, Underground Railroad, Code Noir

Week 3: Slavery Close packing: - A method of packing slaves on to ships for transport - Resulted as the need for slaves grew exponentially Production: - Europeans were not used to growing crops like cotton and sugar - Slav...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture 2: Slavery module

Slavery week 2 The Qing dynasty: - The emperor ruled a very sophisticated and developed country and the state almost depended on slavery to uphold the state. - Different from American models of slavery, but the idea of tot...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1110 Lecture 1: Slavery module

Slavery Characteristics of slavery: - Predates laws and has existed in every culture - Has different characteristics depending on the society and environment - Significance of status - Slave status and free status - Status...

History
HIS 1110
Eric Allina
HIS 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bataan Death March, Untermensch, Lebensraum

The Wars Long Shadow Horrors of World War II Novel features of WWII Global Conflict Issues in the Pacific Issues in Europe Total War Everything was focused on the war Mobilisation in order to gain a victory Mechanized Warf...

History
HIS 1111
Thomas Boogaart
HIS 1111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Yalta Conference, Tehran Conference, Casablanca Conference

Origins of the Cold War Yalta as Postwar Europes Unwitting Blueprint The Yalta Blue Print (1942-1945) Casablanca Conference (1942) Unconditional Surrender condition o Why might both Stalin and Western leaders have found co...

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HIS 1111
Thomas Boogaart

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