WorldHistory101FirstPaperSpring08 - History 101 Global...

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History 101  Global Origins of the Modern World Formal Paper #1, Spring 2008 In  The Origins of the Modern World , Robert Marks suggests that many Eurocentric  histories have described the “rise of the West” by pointing to the Industrial  Revolution as the central achievement of the West.  If Marks wants to give us a  global  history, one that steers  away  from the assumption of the “rise of the West,”  why does he focus on the Industrial Revolution? This is to be a typed, double-spaced, formal paper of roughly 5 pages.  Please follow  established rules of grammar and punctuation, and use footnotes to reference supporting  material from the Marks text.  Please refer to the  Chicago Manual of Style  (otherwise  known as “Turabian”) as your standard for citations.  No bibliography is necessary.    draft  of this first paper is due in class on 
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course HIS 101 taught by Professor Candido during the Spring '07 term at Wisc La Crosse.

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