INTS 2370 Midterm: Exam 1 In Class Review

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2/4/2017 10:50:00 PM
Exam Review
Thursday (7 pm?)
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2 page review
Essay on Boxer Readings (2 chapters)
15 points
35-40 multiple choice
Dates
General framework what centuries things happened in
Overall timeframe talked about in first class
1-2 ?s related to some process (example)
Names
William of Orange
Leader of the Dutch revolt
Weltanschaung
World view (simple term)
Something that takes into consideration economic and non-
economic elements at a certain time
Traditionally the hegemonic power provides this world view for the
whole world
EX: America
o Non-economic
English language lang. of int’l communication
American cinema
o Art, arquitecture, political, culture
EX: Dutch
o Protestantism
o Dutch art
o Dutch currency
o Greatest philosophers are Dutch at time
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Other readings to look over
Boxer but supplement the lectures
o Work
o Assimilation
None on Wallerstein
o Unless discussed in class
Evolution of Global capitalism/global market economy
Dutch dynamism
Starts in Italian city states
System goes global
Seems to be impossible for a country to maintain its efficiency edge
in agro-industrial production, commerce, economy simultaneously
From Venice/Genoa to Baltic Sea
Venice is distributing goods from Middle East/Asia into Europe
(mostly into Mediterranean)
o Venice is Mediterranean power, not world power
Key trade was in Lisbon
o Lisbon is too far from Northern areas
o Spanish take over and cut off spice trade
Dutch take over and set up their own system
o All European
o Bypass Lisbon directly and set up direct contacts with
Indonesia, China
System then goes global
o Middle East loses importance because it is no longer a
transport zone
Venice/Genoa borrowing structures from the Middle East
Dutch build off of that
Lots of building off of each other
Dutch Supplies
Baltic
o Lumber
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