Lecture5_Middle East and Asia

Lecture5_Middle East and Asia - Colonization in Asia and...

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Colonization in Asia and Middle East Lecture 5
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ANNOUNCEMENTS • Print Activity #2 later on this week Paper #1 due on 2/15 • Test #1 on 2/25!!!!!!!!! Please be aware and change the date on your syllabus • Dial Access movie
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Background Asia is home to the five major religion or philosophies: 1. Buddhism 2. Confucianism 3. Daoism (Taoism) 4. Hinduism 5. Islam 6. Christianity
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Fig. 7.33 Diffusion of Islam
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Diffusion of Buddhism Source: Getis, Getis & Fellmann, 2004
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Source: Bergman and Renwick, 2003 Diffusion of Buddhism
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Early Christian Diffusion
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Diffusion of Islam
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Muslim Architecture Source: Getis, Getis & Fellmann, 2004
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Fig. 7.35 Hindu Temple at Khjraho
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Religion Source: Bergman and Renwick, 2003
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Official Language
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Colonial India How did the Europeans establish a presence in India? • Vasco de Gama and Marco Polo opened the European route to India and Asia. • At first, European could not penetrate to this part of the world due to the Treaty of Tordesillas. • Until the Protestant Reformation allowed Holland and England to challenge Spain and Portugal monopoly of the Asian trade. • The British presence in India lasted from 1608 to 1947. • British presence in India began with the establishment of the East India Trading Company in 1612. • The British government gave the company the power to: establish forts; settlements, and maintain an army. – The company established settlements and factories in places such as Bombay (Mimbai), Madras (Chennai), and Calcutta.
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Colonial India • Under British colonial rule, India achieved an economic and agricultural development. • A Western-educated Indian middle class emerged. – In 1885 the self-appointed Hindu Indian Congress first met (similar to American
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course GEOG 130 taught by Professor Luna during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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