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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Askeri, Devşirme, Turkification

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Underemployment, Iltizam, Sanjak

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

Lecture 7 – The Economy

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

Lecture 8 – Political Developments: Abbasids, Fatimids, Ayyubids

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Kufa, Aristocracy, Dhimmi

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9 Feb 2014
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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Asceticism, Sibawayh

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9 Feb 2014
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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Qadi

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

Lecture 12 – Islamic Art

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Islamic art is the study of unique monuments, private cases: methodologies used in classifying and studying islamic art, chronological approach, mostly
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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Westernization

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WESTERNHistory 2606EMaya ShatzmillerFall

History 2606E Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Minbar, Acculturation, Maqsurah

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9 Feb 2014
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WESTERNHistory 3429F/GPierre ReynardWinter

History 3429F/G Lecture Notes - Colin Lucas, Bourgeoisie

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14 May 2013
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The article failure of the liberal republic in france by hunt, lansky and. Hanson explains the failure of the republic in france in terms of political
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WESTERNAnthropology 2230F/GLisa HodgettsWinter

Anthropology 2230F/G Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bering Sea, Cold Trap, Birnirk Culture

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11 May 2013
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Hunter gatherer mobility: theory by lewis binford, residential mobility. Moving residence after resources at a location are exhausted: logistical mobil
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WESTERNAnthropology 2230F/GLisa HodgettsWinter

Anthropology 2230F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Palimpsest, Salix Herbacea, Lewis Binford

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11 May 2013
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Lecture 2 important themes in arctic archaeology. Hunter-gatherer mobility: makes up vast majority of archaeological record, more hunting than gatherin
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WESTERNHistory 3429F/GPierre ReynardWinter

History 3429F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Semaphore Line

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29 Apr 2013
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Emergence of a new type of warfare. Ideology not a main factor in the terror/revolutionary wars: people"s war not wars of a king. Power the major issue
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WESTERNFirst Nations Studies 2217F/GRobert AntoneWinter

First Nations Studies 2217F/G Lecture Notes - Idle No More

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23 Jan 2013
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Vision relating knowing doing (counterclockwise) Everyone is granted a fire or spirit (interchangeable) Encouragement in a certain direction/way very i
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Avro Canada Cf-105 Arrow, Cim-10 Bomarc, James Gladstone

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19 Jul 2012
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Lecture 18 part 1 john g. diefenbaker: elected in 1957, eager, but inexperienced in foreign affairs, best remembered for destroying the avro arrow proj
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Pipeline Transport, Marshall Plan, Germaine Greer

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19 Jul 2012
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Gdp increased from . 7 billion in 1939 to + billion in 1958. The marshall plan runs from 1942-1952 to rebuild europe, goods coming from us and canada:
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Front De Libération Du Québec, Pierre Vallières, Montreal Exchange

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19 Jul 2012
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Lecture 18 part 3 pierre elliott trudeau and the appearance of french. Canadian radicals: strong-willed prime minister who pushed for a strong central
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Section 33 Of The Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, Parliamentary Sovereignty

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19 Jul 2012
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Constitution: trudeau promised a new constitution made in canada, but warned that doing this could open pandora"s box. Canada had the right to amend it
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Cuban Missile Crisis, Igor Gouzenko

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19 Jul 2012
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Lecture 17 part 3 canada and the cold war. The cold war: canada had to take a firm stand in foreign policy, louis st. laurent became prime minister, no
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Joey Smallwood

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19 Jul 2012
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Lecture 17 part 1 newfoundland and canada. Commission government: 6 commissioners: 3 from britain and 3 from newfoundland, all appointed by the crown.
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WESTERNHistory 2201ELinda Sabathy- JuddSummer

History 2201E Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Asbestos Strike, Padlock Law, Quebec Act

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19 Jul 2012
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Lecture 18 part 2 la r volution tranquille. The quiet revolution/la r volution tranquille: redefined french canadian nationalism. Changed from inward l
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Railways Act 1921, Ainu Language

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18 Jul 2012
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Community level organization: how different areas are arranged in a site, not just individual houses, degree of planning. More elaborate as society bec
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Semiotics, James Deetz, Henry Glassie

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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Colin Renfrew, Baron Renfrew Of Kaimsthorn, Cognitive Archaeology, Practice Theory

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 31 part 1 ideology: people and the cosmos. What is ideology: how people take the world and make it intelligible, non-subsistence/social things.
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Grave Goods, Eagle Talon, Woodworking

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18 Jul 2012
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Mummified: some are very elaborate, others more simple. Artificial mummification (egypt) cremation: e. g. Varies greatly: some are cremated, extended a
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Chiefdom, Central Place Theory, Walter Christaller

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 29 part 2 landscape level organization: valley of mexico cont. Settlement types: small villages, larger villages, and towns (2000+ people, more
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Koster Site, Ascribed Status, Grave Goods

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18 Jul 2012
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Certain things that we can find out through burials that aren"t present anywhere else: social aspects: e. g. sexual division of labour. Grave locus/loc
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Paleo-Indians, Lewis Binford

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18 Jul 2012
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What should be found at a domestic site: everyday debris, broad range of debris, redundancy, frequency. Should be more than work areas: e. g. Arranged
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Kent V. Flannery, Joyce Marcus, Algonquian Peoples

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18 Jul 2012
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Domestic structures: 75 100 m2, families or extended families the basic residential unit, independence from other families. Characteristic of bands chi
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Webct

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 29 part 1 landscape level organization. Landscape level: concerned with the distribution across the landscape to find out about socio-political
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Sodality, Aristocracy

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 26 part 4 sociological organization: early/ancient states. Large cultivated areas, irrigation, etc: large size (10,000s) More people, new ways
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Natural Foods

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18 Jul 2012
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Sites/components on the landscape: have to have a sample that is representative, e. g. One of the first known to rely somewhat heavily on agriculture.
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Ascribed Status, Achieved Status, Nuclear Family

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18 Jul 2012
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All ideal the divisions of social systems are not necessarily completely true, Lecture 27 social forms and society variations within each. Ranked clans
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Ascribed Status, Kinship

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 26 part 3 sociological organization: ranked/chiefdoms. Ranked/chiefdoms: transegalitarian: shift from egalitarian to non-egalitarian. More rece
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Achieved Status

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18 Jul 2012
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How do people organize themselves: seen as evolutionary sequence of civilization, assumes populations were smaller and grew to become more complex, cri
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Fictive Kinship, Sodality, Achieved Status

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 26 part 2 sociological organization: tribes. Higher population density: less fluid membership. Not as easy to move from one local group to the
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - C4 Carbon Fixation, C3 Carbon Fixation

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18 Jul 2012
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Lecture 23 bone chemistry: c4 plants. Tend to be major staples of the diet. Millet, sorghum wheat, certain canes: c3 plants. C3 plants virtually every
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Mousterian, Sewing Needle

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18 Jul 2012
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As the skeleton can be structured based on need, so can technologies. Wood: what conditions favour different activities, stone the most effective for h
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WESTERNAnthropology 2229F/GChristopher EllisSummer

Anthropology 2229F/G Lecture Notes - Porotic Hyperostosis, Harris Lines, Enamel Hypoplasia

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18 Jul 2012
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Must be compared to same stages of life. Growth rate slower because the nutrition wasn"t as good. Suggests adoption of agriculture was not to improve n
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