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SIS 200 Week 2: Pre-1450 Trade, Song China, and the Rise of Islam Fall 2007 Anand Yang
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NEW YORK TIMES MOCK QUIZ A. Scramble for Halo 3 B Darfur conflict C. Protest in Yangon 2. Which company do Iraqi officials want to ban from working in their country? 3. Which country is rethinking its ban on women from driving a. Kuwait; b. Saudi Arabia; c. Iran
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Lecture III: The World that Trade Created pre-1450 International trade in pre-1450 world a small part of world’s commerce. Most trade local and regional . Trade centered on primary products as well as manufactured goods. Long distance trade centered on luxury goods—gold, silver, silk fine muslins, spices, incense, and horses. Also textiles and weapons.
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Market Scenes, India
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The Sonepur Fair
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Market Town, India
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The Silk Road
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Trade Along the Silk Roads
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China, then Japan,India; later Europe
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Theories and Concepts Are humans by nature “economically rational”? Adam Smith notion that humans by nature
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