TERMS FOR MIDTERM EXAM

TERMS FOR MIDTERM EXAM - TERMS FOR MIDTERM EXAM HISTORY 20...

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TERMS FOR MIDTERM EXAM – HISTORY 20 These are the terms from lectures 1 through 12 for which you are responsible for the midterm exam. You will be given a list of ten of these terms and then choose six from the list, writing a short paragraph on each. The paragraph must be written in complete sentences; it should identify the term (who, what, when, where) and explain briefly its historical significance (why is it important in history, linked to the major themes of the course). aristocracy and peasants bourgeoisie and proletariat “family economy” and “family wage economy” “one sex” and “two sex” models The Enlightenment John Locke Voltaire Karl Marx Friedrich Engels Adam Smith Liberalism Marxism Nationalism Colonization and semicolonization (note the differences) British East India Company Berlin Conference, 1884 Arthur Gobineau (Joseph-Arthur comte de Gobineau), The Inequality of Human Races
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