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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Study Guide - Final Guide: Millenarianism, Consumerism, Nikita Khrushchev

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19 Apr 2013
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It was a change in the degree of change: a fundamental discontinuity. Mid-late 18th century to early-mid 19th century. Accelerated structural change in
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Feedback, Ecological Footprint, Malignancy

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17 Apr 2013
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The introspective path thought and choice personally, and communally. The explosion: 1950 and hence: 1 billion in 1800s, 6 billion in 200s. Since 1975,
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Mccarthyism, Arms Race, Mutual Assured Destruction

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17 Apr 2013
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Historical distance: truth is the daughter of time, retrospective-ness is the secret weapon of the historian. The kitchen debate, july 1959: nixon vs.
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Jacques Derrida, Cultural Memory, Personal Identity

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17 Apr 2013
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Who are we: self-sameness over time. Sense of i-ness: personal identity, memory: the basis of personal identity john locke, three things comprise ident
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

Hist 122 Semester 2, Week 8.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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Marshall foch"s prophecy: just an armistice for 21 years. Wells and the new war: the shape of things to come, foretold the beginning of wwii. An imprac
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - 1905 Russian Revolution, Millenarianism, Guerrilla Warfare

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17 Apr 2013
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Aspects of domination: political, economic, cultural, psychological. Domination is always incomplete: always a gap for freedom, dominant and dominated
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

Hist 122 Semester 2, Week 6.docx

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17 Apr 2013
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28 allied and associated powers vs. 4 central powers. Nationalist aspirations, international imperial rivalries, flexible alliance systems. Unprecedent
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Triumphalism, Medieval University, Nationstates

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17 Apr 2013
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: First Opium War, Indirect Rule, New Imperialism

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16 Apr 2013
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From 1770-1900: gb: 50 colonies, fr: 33, germany: 13, usa: 6, netherlands: 4, russia: 3, italy: 3, spain: 3, japan: 2, portugal: 2, belgium: 1. Decline
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Corn Laws, List Of Potato Diseases, Buttermilk

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16 Apr 2013
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Understand the causes of 19th century global migrations: causes and context. Migration as agents of change culture, idea, technology: internal contract
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Commodity Fetishism, Fredric Jameson, State Capitalism

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15 Apr 2013
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

Hist 122 - Semester 2, Week 2.docx

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15 Apr 2013
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African slavery took off because africans were highly militarized. Portuguese desire to control western coast of africa for trade: either circumnavigat
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QUEEN'SHIST 122Amitava ChowdhuryWinter

HIST 122 Lecture Notes - Water Frame, Zaibatsu, Sergei Witte

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15 Apr 2013
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It was a change in the degree of change: a fundamental discontinuity. Mid-late 18th century to early-mid 19th century. Accelerated structural change in
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