HIST1083 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Columbian Exchange, Social Conflict, Individual And Group Rights

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Lecture 12.6.16 Review
Globe I Review
o World from 13th to 18th Century
o Broad trends
o Major turning points
o Complex human interaction
Course Pillars
o Primary sources in historical context
o Understanding change over time
About how and why it happened
Final focuses on from midterm to now
The World in 1800: Qing China
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o Land problemscauses lack of access to food, land shortage because of the growing
o Population
o Bureaucracyfailed to grow with the population, under kdfnglkjsdgslkfd
o Western pressurewanted China to increase their trade
The World in 1800: Ottoman Empire
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World in 1800: Russia
o Russian territorial gainbecause of Peter the Great an Catherine the Great
Ruling over all of this land and people is hard to do in one singular way
Czars had to deal with the French Revolution
Had to fight against China, Europe, and America in Alaska)
1400 Europe is extremely fragmented
1789 Europe has power consolidated
When you start to control too much/when you consolidate, it gets hard to maintain power
Rise of Nationalism breaks up these consolidated empires
o Religious conflict adds to this
Semester Sources
o Primary Sources
i.e. laws, decrees, etc.
come from someone who lived during the time, referring to that same time
o Secondary Source
Consolidate info from primary sourcesreact and analyze it
For exam, explain interaction, linkages, and analyze causes and consequences
o State and empire construction
o Religion
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