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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 20.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 19.pdf

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Cuius region, eius religio: whatever is the religion of the ruler, is the religion of the realm. Globalizing religions: how religion was a force that p
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 21.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 23.pdf

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Specific and concrete examples from the textbook and lecture. The scientific revolution occurred in the mid 16th century to early 18th century in moder
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 14.pdf

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Globalizing empires: the ottomans 11-09-19 10:11 am: similar location, considered selves as new rome , ottomans started in istanbul, nomadic tribes who
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanFall

Lecture 15.pdf

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Via egnatia: used in byzantine empire & assumed to be unused after, used by ottoman empire kept it working, built bridges, inns, etc, in general, allow
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 16.pdf

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How colonial societies evolved in the americas, combining new & old elements from both metropolitan and indigenous cultures. Dona marina: translator fo
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 17.pdf

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Themes: why & how europeans came to dominate global commerce between. 1450 1750: key commodities exchanged within regional and across global networks,
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 18.pdf

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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 9.pdf

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How medieval piey and profit connected distant places and fostered long distance trade and cross cultural interactions. Carpini"s route (1245 1247: cir
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 11.pdf

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Giovanni da pian del carpine (1180 1252) Themes: significance of pastoral societies in global history, impact of the mongol moment on global history, i
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UTSCHISA04H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 12.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 13.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 6.pdf

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UTSCHISB40H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 7.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 5.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 4.pdf

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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 3.pdf

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What is a historical process: reformation, process that creates change i. e rome: republic to empire, women"s rights in north america, chinese dynasty.
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 8.pdf

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Islamic world: people converted to avoid taxes, muslims never made more than 20-25% of pop, culture divide between hindus & muslims very great. Islam v
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UTSCHISB31H3Natalie RothmanWinter

Lecture 2.pdf

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Classical era (antiquity), hellenistic era (323 30) Battle of marathon (490), peloponnesian war (431 404) Per iodization: the way historians have divid
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 11.pdf

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Plains hunters: most well-known, continuation of archaic life, focus on the last of the mega fauna; large game hunting, thin belt (buffalo belt) The de
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 10.pdf

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Anatomically modern humans: fossils appeared 200 000ya, from s & e africa, recent find in e. arica confirm 200 000 ya, globular skulls, chine etc. Amhs
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UTSCANTA02H3Genevieve DewarFall

Lecture 8.pdf

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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 5.pdf

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Hominoids: lesser & greater apes, y5 cusp pattern (dentition, dental formula: 2- 1- 2- 3, large bodied, quadrapedal, arboreal, tailless, tool use, loco
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UTSCANTA02H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 12.pdf

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Food & labor surplus: more efficient systems develop for farming, long distance trade begins due to invention of wheel. Social stratification: individu
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 9.pdf

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Adaptation to different aspects: weather, location, biological adjustment. Neanderthalensis: 1856 neander valley, germany, lived in regions from middle
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 4.pdf

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Grasping hands to grab branches; gives away character; unlike cat. Lemurs scent mark areas; helps to track and mark path, madagascar: cannot walk on al
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 3.pdf

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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarWinter

Lecture 2.pdf

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*evolution works based on an entire population (species) not individuals. Species: group of organisms that breed together and produce viable and fertil
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UTSCIDSB01H3Leslie ChanFall

IDSB01H3 Lecture Notes - Washington Consensus, Social Movement Organization, Human Poverty Index

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Understanding power of language & words in shaping behavior. Historical roots & how we came to view development today. Understand how underdevelopment"
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