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HIS 104 (World Civilization II)

Week 1

HIS 104 Week 1 DQ 1

Discuss the powerful movements that transformed European society during the early modern era.
Briefly describe the origin of each, and how it affected society as a whole.
Which had the most impact? Why?
HIS 104 Week 1 DQ 2

Trace the development of the slave trade.
Under what circumstances did the slave trade begin?
How did the Islamic Slave Trade change the existing system?
How did it change again during the Atlantic Slave Trade?
Describe the experience of the Middle Passage.
What effect did it have on the captured Africans?
Finally, what impact did slave trade have on Africa and the Western world?

Week 1 Assignment:

HIS 104 Week 1 Quiz (10 Q’s and A’s)
Week 2
HIS 104 Week 2 DQ 1

Compare and Contrast the three Islamic Empires discussed in your readings: Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal. Chronicle the empires from their rise to power to their decline.
How were they similar?
How were they different?
What lands did they control?
What effect did the western world have on the empires?
HIS 104 Week 2 DQ 2

Define nationalism. In what ways do countries promote nationalism? How can nationalism be beneficial? In what ways can it be negative? Discuss the unification of Germany and Italy, as well as Zionism as examples of nationalism.

Week 2 Assignments:

(Revolutions of America, France, and Latin America) 450+ Words
HIS 104 Week 2 Quiz (10 Q’s and A’s)
Week 3
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