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HIST 122- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 37 pages long!)

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History
Course Code
HIST 122
Professor
Aditi Sen
Study Guide
Final

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Queen's
HIST 122
FINAL EXAM
STUDY GUIDE

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HIST 122: Week 1 Lecture Notes (Sept 13, 2017)
Every part of the world is connected, that’s why we study world history!
Nearly all events affect the world as a whole
Major Events and Processes
Agricultural Revolution
Urban Revolution
Axial Age
Mongol World System
Silver Trade
Columbian Exchange
Renaissance
Crusades
Colonialism
Global Revolutions
Plantations
Major Themes
Change
Production
Trade
Religion
War
Discovery and Navigation
Knowledge and Enlightenment
Identity
Differences and Discrimination
Course Subject Overview
Human Evolution
Hydraulic Civilization (role of water)
o Mesopotamia, Indus Valley, Egypt, etc.
The Axial Age
o Classical Persia, Qin and Han, Greece and Rome, Maurya and Gupta, etc.
Connecting the World
o Indo-Roman trade, rise of Islam, Mongol world system, etc.
Crusades
o Dismantling the Silk Road, impact globally of Crusades, etc.
Death and Renaissance
o Black Death, global Renaissance, maps and navigation, age of discovering,
etc.
1494
Cycles of Silver
o Gunpowder empires, silver trade
Taking Joint Stock of World
o Early joint stock companies, European enlightenment, colonialism
Transatlantic Slavery
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o Plantation slavery, construction of race
Global Revolutions
o American Revolution, French Revolution, Haitian Revolution
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