HISB02H3 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 to 12 notes

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Lecture one: the british empire and its relevance. Tbe controlled a quarter of the world during 1500s-1900s asia, africa, americas, caribbean, Empire s role in globalization multi-directional movements. Movements and currents of people, good, ideas globalization multi-directional movements i. e. slaves shipped to caribbean also back to britain. Movements and currents of people, good, ideas globalization multi-directional movements i. e. slaves shipped to caribbean also back to britain i. e. english became an academic subject in british-ruled india, eventually moved to. Empire: a great trans-cultural phenomena of the modern world, which profoundly influences our lives today. Changing identities (dominion of canada, canadian nation, etc. ) Identities change over time, also multiple identities british subjects but diverse groups i. e. anglophone, first nations, and freed blacks . Clash between the different identities launched movements to cast old identity as british subjects. New identity as commonwealth, free independent nation.

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