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UTSGNMC101H1Zoe Mc QuinnFall

September 27th Lecture

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3 Oct 2012
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Roman period: 30 bc 395 ad. Chronological framework: relative dating methods *possible test question* In a hill, that found closest to the top is that
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UTSGNMC101H1Zoe Mc QuinnFall

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Ancient Egyptian Deities, Osiris Myth, Sekhmet

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3 Oct 2012
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The sun: khepri: the beetle god, the beetle represents the word associated with giving birth, coming forth, being made, so khepri is the god of the sun
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UTSGNMC101H1Zoe Mc QuinnFall

Introduction

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3 Oct 2012
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Office hours thursdays 1-4, room 443, 4 bancroft ave. zoemcquinn@utoronto. ca. Choose from one of the two following options: Topic two: admonitions of
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UTSGHIS314H1Kenneth MillsFall

HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - Henri Bourassa, Frederick George Scott, Louis-Joseph Papineau

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3 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS314H1Kenneth MillsFall

HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - Le Devoir, Industrial Revolution, Canadian Identity

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3 Oct 2012
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UTSGHIS314H1Kenneth MillsFall

HIS314H1 Lecture Notes - English Canada, Charlottetown Conference, Industrial Revolution

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3 Oct 2012
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Identify and explain the significance of a person, place, event brought up in lecture: there will be some choice. Section two readings: explain, in par
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UTSGHIS220Y1Isabelle CochelinFall

HIS220Y1 Lecture Notes - Plough

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3 Oct 2012
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In the middle ages, agriculture and peasantry were fundamental aspects of society and life. 90-95% of the population were involved in the production of
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UTSGHIS220Y1Isabelle CochelinFall

September 18-20 -- Chronology - 1-1500.docx

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3 Oct 2012
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It"s an urban culture; the city is crucial. Roman empire is a mediterranean empire, the highway around which the roman empire rose. Rome, carthage, byz
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

HIS311Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: William Lyon Mackenzie King, Combined Food Board, Cryptanalysis Of The Enigma

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24 Apr 2012
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William lyon mackenzie king was a liberal politician who was prime minister of canada in 1921- Leader of the liberal party from 1919-48, and prime mini
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

HIS280Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Yongle Emperor, Hongwu Emperor, Jianwen Emperor

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24 Apr 2012
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First time a native chinese dynasty unified the empire for 250 years, also the last time. Fixated on the mongols, the ming court built a series of fort
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

HIS280Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Yongle Emperor, Zhang Juzheng, Emperor Yingzong Of Ming

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24 Apr 2012
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Zhu yuanzhang / hongwu emperor (r. 1368 1398) The hongwu emperor was the founder of the ming dynasty in 1368. Born in a peasant family, zhu yuanzhang b
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

Tuesday January 31st -- Diefenbaker

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27 Mar 2012
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Kennedy was raised in ma by a wealthy, political family. Diefenbaker was raised in rural canada by a poorer family. Diefenbaker was a bit resentful of
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

Tuesday January 17th -- New Commitments Canada and the Cold War.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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1947-57 often referred to as the golden age of canadian foreign policy, and was the period in which canada mattered most on the international stage. Th
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

20 - Tuesday January 24th -- The end of the Golden Age.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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Vietnamese forces confronted french forces at dienbienphu, led by ho chi minh. Question of what would happen to indochina (would it join the western ca
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonWinter

Diefenbaker

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27 Mar 2012
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By 1949 the soviets had developed the atomic bomb and thus both sides had nuclear capabilities. It could be launched from the us to the ussr and vice v
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonFall

February 9th -- The High Qing Period, 1683 - 1796.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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Qing imperialism and the destruction of the dzungar mongols. Territorial expansion in the 18th century: yunnan, taiwan, tibet. Women"s agency and the f
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

The Republican Period, 1911-1949.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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The warlord era, 1916-1927 or 1937: reasons for the collapse of the republic, the creation of the communist party of china, the first united front, 192
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

China and the World, Around 1800.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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Major journals for the history of china (available through uoft library website, ejournals): Journal of asian studies: toung pao, late imperial china,
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonSummer

The Taiping Rebellion, 1851-1964.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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Background to the taiping rebellion: the opium trade and its consequences, the opium war, 1839-1842, and the treaty of nanjing. The loyalist response a
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

The Collapse of the Ming and the Founding of the Qing Dynasty.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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Factional conflict, eunuchs, the decline of the centre and gentry reorganization. Aspects of the late ming collapse: environmental disaster and epidemi
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonWinter

The Collapse of the Qing Dynasty.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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The sino-japanese war (1894-95) and the hundred-days reform (1898) The background, development, and consequences of the boxer uprising (1900) The new p
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UTSGENG252Y1Robert Mc GillWinter

JPOD.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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A novel of ideas rather than of psychological relationships. Change in terms of personal identity as well. How this novel is diagnosing contemporary so
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UTSGENG252Y1Robert Mc GillWinter

JPOD.docx

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27 Mar 2012
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It is itself a sort of 2. 0 of his earlier book microserfs. Sense that we"re living in a very rapidly changing world. Technological change is driving o
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UTSGENG252Y1Robert Mc GillWinter

January 24th -- The Collected Works of Billy the Kid

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27 Mar 2012
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This book, though taking place in the 19th century, was written in the 1960s. We can understand, in that context, why this book is so particularly viol
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Party Politics and Constitutional Monarchy

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Early 20th Century Britain

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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Empire Building and the Cultures of Empire in the 19th Century

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Politics for the Masses and the Quest for Democracy

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

The Cold War and Postwar Society

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Thatcherism

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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Decolonization and Migration

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

WWII and the Welfare State

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

The First World War and Inter-War Britain

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7 Dec 2011
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonFall

Aboriginal-European Relations to 1663

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonFall

The Struggle for North America: 1701-1755

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS311Y1Chris PenningtonFall

The Colony of New France: 1663-1701

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Industrialism and Its Consequences

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS102Y1Sarah AmatoFall

Nineteenth-Century Britain

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonFall

The Zhou Dynasty

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26 Sep 2011
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UTSGHIS280Y1Paul ThompsonFall

The Origins of Chinese Civilization

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26 Sep 2011
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