Textbook Notes for History at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCHISC45H3Franca IacovettaWinter

HISC45H3 Chapter Notes -Great Famine (Ireland), Migration Period, Canada Men'S National Soccer Team

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26 May 2014
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Week 2, great migration era : 19th cent british immigrants; case study of irish. 100 000 irish immigrants came to canada in 1847, caused by great potat
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UTSCHISB10H3Kate CooperFall

HISB10 Chapters 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 Notes

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8 Oct 2014
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18th century b. c. people of mycenae carved a large circle into rock, called grace circle b. Tholos tombs were tombs that resembled underground stone b
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UTSCHISC65H3Natalie RothmanWinter

HISC65 Chapter 2: Week 2 .docx

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23 Feb 2015
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UTSCHISC 27Vanessa Mc CarthyFall

HISC 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Pomegranate, Piccolo, Fornication

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18 Jun 2016
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Toward the end of the middle ages, new instruments and institutions for containing sexual activity emerged, for individuals both within marriage and wi
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UTSCHISC65H3Natalie RothmanWinter

HISC65H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Confraternity, Ecclesiastical Court, Pope Leo Iii

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10 Mar 2015
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Praise of the city of venice 1493 (pg. Built out of fear; founded not by shepherds as rome was but by powerful and rich people. Situated in salt water
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UTSCHISC 27Vanessa Mc CarthyFall

HISC 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: As Nancy, The Mismeasure Of Desire, Acculturation

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18 Jun 2016
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The search for true sexuality or the truth of sexuality has occupied humankind from ancient times but the word itself didn"t come into being until the
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UTSCHISA04H3Daniel BenderSpring

HISA04H3 Chapter Chapter 2: Themes In World History Reading Notes 2

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26 Feb 2018
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Capitalism emerged in 18th century britain when the demand for industrial production was sparked by increased consumption and market proliferation. It
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UTSCHISC26H3William NelsonWinter

HISC26H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Bourgeoisie

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17 Jun 2016
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Women were allowed to leave the house when they were needed after men failed. When women were going to church, they were learning how to read in french
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UTSCHISA07H3Jonathan FergusonFall

Week 9 - HIS.docx

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19 Sep 2014
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Ramshackle fortress on a hill, not a grand city until later in history. Sympoliteia (being together in politics) brought attica roughly 1000 sq miles c
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UTSCHISB61H3Michael GerversSummer

HISB61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cartacapital, Jousting

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27 Oct 2016
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UTSCHISC 27Vanessa Mc CarthyFall

HISC 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sexual Intercourse, Orgasm, Foreplay

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18 Jun 2016
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The sexual discipline which the whole citizenry was to adopt was both more all- embracing and less well defined than it had been before the reformation
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UTSCHISC 27Vanessa Mc CarthyFall

HISC 27 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nocturnal Emission, Mortal Sin, Fetus

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18 Jun 2016
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Humours wherein men were relatively hotter and drier, women cooler and wetter. Aristotle denied that women produced seed, emphasized the differences be
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