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HIST 1502 Lecture 9: Progressives
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find more resources at oneclass.com HIST 1502 Lecture 9- Progressives Korla Pandit: tried to become a mexican- less resources, did not work. Then decided to become an indian which worked because more reso...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Second Italo-Ethiopian War, Social Darwinism, Pseudoscience
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HIST 1502 Lecture 8 - Immigration Take Quiz 1 Social Darwinism: The late 19th century pseudo-scientific belief that applied biological concepts of natural selection and survival of the fittest in human society I. Imperiali...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture 5: Chapter 17
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find more resources at oneclass.com HIST 1502 Lecture 5- Chapter 17 Indian Removal II Indian Territory Decimation in california, 1850-1880 white civilians killed nearly 5,000 indians. Through ...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture 4: Week 1 Readings Discussion
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Sitting Bull Sioux tribe North Dakota Didnt want to be a civilized white man Reputation of a fierce warrior Moved farther west Loss of buffalo, diseases from europeans His culture is not important enough so they should joi...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture 3: History Lecture Notes First two days
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find more resources at oneclass.com History 1502 1/28 Wade Hampton 3 Believed getting rid of slavery impeded on his freedom. Commits treason to fight with Confeder...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fifteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, White Supremacy
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Hist 1502 Lecture 2- Civil War and Abolition What caused the civil war? Arguing that their freedom was being threatened by abolitionists Anti-freedom=slavery 13th,14th, and 15th amendment White redeemers, terrorism and whi...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1502 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Thirteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Fourteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution, Fifteenth Amendment To The United States Constitution

History 1503 128 Wade Hampton 3 Believed getting rid of slavery impeded on his freedom. Commits treason to fight with Confederate Troops An enslaver After the war, settled in South Carolina and was elected into the governm...

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HIST 1502
Jeffrey Ogbar
HIST 1995 Lecture 1: What is LGBT/Q History? HIST 1995

Lecture 1: What is LGBTQ History? History (of past people and lives) that dont fit in todays labels More inclusive US history Similar to womens history one history does not cover everything o Group who have been misreprese...

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HIST 1995
Mcelya
HIST 1501 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: The Columbian Exchange, Columbian Exchange, Creation Myth

On the Back of a Turtle The Columbian Exchange and the Spanish Century Did Columbus discover America? No Who discovered America? Paleoindians Dene Inuit No one really knows for sure when America was rst discovered What is ...

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HIST 1501
Jamie Eves
HIST 1995 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Eugenics, Consumer Capitalism
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HIST 1995 Lecture 7 9/19/18 Invention of the Modern Sexual Object Reproduction and sex separated from one another broadly Sex about pleasure, intimacy, fulfillment and happiness Sex about identity ...

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HIST 1995
Michele McElya
HIST 3554 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cash Crop, Triangular Trade, Stuffed Peppers
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o Historical Significance (four dimensions) 1. Redefinition of Mediterranean Diets Significant increase in food variety New tastes, flavors, and colors o I.e. stuffed peppers, spaghetti with tomato sauce, spaghetti with ga...

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HIST 3554
JIllian Wanik
HIST 3554 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Garum, Physical Exercise, Humorism
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Conviviality and the Greek Symposium The art of eating together The Symposium (Greek Banquet) Celebrating a personevent over food and family (special meals) Separate food and wine consumption in order to separate gender fe...

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HIST 3554
JIllian Wanik
HIST 3554 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Gender Equality, Olive Oil, Magna Graecia
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Let Food Be Your Medicine: The Classical Greek Concept of Diaita, Humoral Theory and the Cultural Significance of Bread, Wine, and Olive Oil for Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations What is History It is a recorded, therefo...

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HIST 3554
JIllian Wanik
HIST 3554 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Espresso, Olive Oil, Food Technology
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How do we think about the Mediterranean and How do we think about Food? Why do we eat? To keep us alive Major Physiological and Symbolic Functions of Food To provide energy through the sun via plants To provide matter for ...

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HIST 3554
JIllian Wanik
HIST 3554 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bell Pepper, Zheng He, Spinach
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The Americanization of the Mediterranean Diets: European Colonialism and the Columbian Exchange Important European and NonEuropean Exploration Activities Native Americans were the original discoverers of America, then it w...

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HIST 3554
JIllian Wanik

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