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CU-BOULDERMUEL 1832Brandon StoverSpring

MUEL 1832 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Florentine Camerata, Alberti Bass, Hallelujah

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CU-BOULDERMUEL 1832Brandon StoverSpring

MUEL 1832 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Star-Spangled Banner, Duple Coachbuilders, Chromaticism

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CU-BOULDERPSCI 3041Stefani LangehenningSpring

PSCI 3041 Study Guide - Final Guide: Unanimous Consent, Cloture, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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7 May 2019
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There are two general versions of senators" refusal to comply to unanimous consent: filibusters and holds. The first form of obstruction is the formal
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hongwu Emperor, Yongzheng Emperor, Nurhaci

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6 May 2019
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The banner system was the manchu societal system created by their founder nurhaci. This system helped organize the manchu people and made them a strong
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Qing Conquest Of The Ming, Dzungar People, Genghis Khan

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6 May 2019
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Qing became a very large dynasty as it conquered eurasia. East asia (mongolia, tibet etc. ) and would grow to double the sze of the ming dynasty. Qing
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture 25: Yongzheng Emperor

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6 May 2019
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He was the 4th son of kangxi but was not supposed to be the heir to throne. Kanxi"s original heir was his 2nd son because he loved that son"s mother. I
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Wu Sangui, Kangxi Emperor, Geng Zhongming

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5 May 2019
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The consolidation of the manchu rule part 2. The kangxi emperor purged his uncle and claimed the throne at just 13 years old. His first assignment as e
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Yangzhou Massacre, Geng Zhongming, Shunzhi Emperor

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5 May 2019
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The consolidation of the manchu rule in china 1644-1722. Manchu had to rule china as a minority and needed to gain legitimacy. Remember the mongols wer
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Wu Sangui, Nurhaci

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5 May 2019
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Manchus decided to hire chinese gunmen who knew how to use portuguese cannons. Nurhaci died in battle and never got to see his plan of conquering china
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Kangxi Emperor, Nurhaci, Manchu People

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4 May 2019
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The qing dynasty was the last dynasty of china (1644-1911). After its fall, china became a republic and eventually a communist dictatorship. The manchu
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Hongwu Emperor, Zoroastrianism, Inferiority Complex

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4 May 2019
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After the fall of the mongols in 1368, the ming dynasty took control from 1368 all the way until: the ming dynasty was a multiethnic and multicultural
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Yongle Emperor, Li Zicheng

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4 May 2019
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Even though ming"s involvement in the global economy brought them immense wealth and power, it also actually led to their downfall. Foreign crises caus
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Kwangmin KimSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Hongwu Emperor, Yongle Emperor, Ming Dynasty

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4 May 2019
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The ming dynastic rule in reality was no different that the ruling styles of the song, the mongols or really any other chinese dynasty. The surprise wa
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Ancient Greece, Achaemenid Empire, Classical Athens

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1 Apr 2019
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Qing Dynasty, Song Dynasty, History Of China

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1 Apr 2019
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CU-BOULDERPSCI 3041Stefani LangehenningSpring

PSCI 3041 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - United States Senate, History Of The United States Republican Party, United States Congress

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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Midterm: China Midterm 1 Study Guide

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21 Mar 2019
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Wang anshi was the leader of the new law faction movement in china. He wanted to preserve the song dynasty as it was nearing collapse. Despite resistan
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Genghis Khan, Western Xia

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21 Mar 2019
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Chinggis khan successfully unified mongolia and took over xi xia, central asia and china. He began conquering the remainder of eurasia which included.
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture 16: Muslims in Mongol China

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21 Mar 2019
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Muslims were very helpful to the mongols when they ruled china. Before that, many served as great generals in the mongol army. Muslims also served as c
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Kublai Khan

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21 Mar 2019
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Sayyid ajall was ordered to stay in china and monitor the yunnan empire (southern china) and to create a network with northern china. He also helped de
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Western Xia, Borjigin, Altai Mountains

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21 Mar 2019
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Chinggis or genghis khan completely transformed the mongolian empire into a dominant force. He was born in 1167 near the onion river in northern mongol
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Genghis Khan, Mongol Empire

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21 Mar 2019
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China became a multi-ethnic state under mongol rule. Tibet would remain independent all the way until 1951 when mao invaded it and took over the region
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture 12: The Mongolian Empire

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21 Mar 2019
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The mongol empire was a global empire that reigned from 1206-1369. They did not take over all of china until 1279 and ruled china until 1368. China bec
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Theravada, Mahayana, Gautama Buddha

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20 Mar 2019
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Both buddhism and confucianism underwent major changes at this time. Zen buddhism emerged in the tang and song periods. Buddhism is the practice of uni
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Zhu Xi, Great Learning, Analects

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20 Mar 2019
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Li (principle) is the fact that the universe is not bound by form. Qi (energy) gives form to all things in the world by interacting with li. Gewu zhizh
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Huineng, Bodhidharma, Political Philosophy

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20 Mar 2019
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The rise of zen buddhism & neo confucianism. Buddhism centered around the monastery and intellectual study. Zen buddhism is the chinese form of buddhis
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Impossible Princess, Parmenion, Philotas

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10 Mar 2019
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Alexander pursue the new self-proclaimed king bessos all the way to sogdiana. Ptolemy learns from besso"s lieutenants where he is and brings him to ale
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Battle Of Gaugamela, Satrap

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10 Mar 2019
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At the battle of gaugamela, alexander finds darius waiting for him with an estimated 1-million- man army. This number is definitely false, plus alexand
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Flavian Dynasty, Greco-Persian Wars, Roman Citizenship

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10 Mar 2019
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Panhellenism is the belief that all of the greeks cities should unite in order to conquer the persia. However, this theory could never come to fruition
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Artaxerxes Ii Of Persia, Ctesias, Battle Of Cunaxa

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10 Mar 2019
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The greeks referred to the macedonian as companions (hetairoi) or friends (philoi) of the king. The bodyguards of the king were chosen from this group
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anatolia, Pinarus River

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10 Mar 2019
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He led his troops to cross the dangerous granicus. At the battle, darius is not present and alexander is victorious! Darius is not present because he d
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ancient Near East, Cambyses Ii, Sacred Tradition

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9 Mar 2019
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At the age of 46, phillip was assassinated. He was at the tail end of his prime but definitely had suffered major injuries throughout his life. She was
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Philocrates, Diopeithes, Hegemony

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9 Mar 2019
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The end of greek freedom: phillip, alexander, and chaeronea. In 346 at the battle of amphipolis, the war between phillip and athens ended. Whoever phil
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Callisthenes, Chryselephantine Sculpture

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9 Mar 2019
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Athens is allowed to keep their democracy but thebes is viciously punished. Phillip established a pro-macedonia oligarchy in place of their government.
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Delian League, Peloponnese, Corinthian War

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9 Mar 2019
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Thebes and athens are the two major cities that will be most covered in this class. Peloponnese is the island where sparta is located. Initially, greec
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Corinthian War

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9 Mar 2019
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Thebes and athens are the two major cities that will be most covered in this class. Peloponnese is the island where sparta is located. Initially, greec
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sacred Band Of Thebes, Helots, Macedonian Language

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9 Mar 2019
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By the end of the 4th century, sparta fell from a 1st rate power to a 3rd rate power. He is from chaeronea but lived in the rule of the roman empire. T
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Isocrates, Athenian Democracy, Chalkidiki

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9 Mar 2019
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Phillip ii loses the first sacred war to the phoenicians. His army fled and scattered after the defeat because he employed many foreign from newly conq
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4031Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4031 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: List Of Ancient Macedonians, Sarissa, Spartan Hegemony

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9 Mar 2019
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Phillip was alexander"s father and it is debatable but many believe he is the biggest reason for. Greeks believed that wine had to be drunken watered d
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CU-BOULDERHIST 4618Yvona Trnka-AmrheinSpring

HIST 4618 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Imperial Examination

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5 Mar 2019
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The new elites (shidafu) would dominate government for the next century. Shidafu combines the two words gentlemen and scholar. If you want to be a gove
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