Review Guide Final Exam (MMW 14 F '15) - MMW 14 Chang Track 2015 Fall Final Exam Review Guide BRUH MOST OF THIS IS COPIED FROM QUIZLET JUST FYI HOPE YOU

Review Guide Final Exam (MMW 14 F '15) - MMW 14 Chang Track...

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MMW 14 Chang Track Fall 2015 Final Exam Review Guide BRUH MOST OF THIS IS COPIED FROM QUIZLET JUST FYI HOPE YOU SAW THIS BEFORE YOU PAID FOR THIS WHOLE DOC (This is meant to be a review guide, not the exam itself. Ultimately, you are responsible for all the key materials in the readings and lectures.) Exam will be designed for 2 hours even though you will have 3 hours to finish. If you arrive more than 10 minutes late to an exam, you will forfeit your right to take the exam . (PLEASE REMEMBER TO BRING TWO UNMARKED BLUEBOOK FOR EXCHANGE) REVIEW SESSION: MONDAY DECEMBER 7 @ 7:30 PM, CENTER HALL 212 Part One: Multiple choice and Matching Terms (30%) You need to be familiar with the historical context and significance of the following names and terms from your readings and lectures. Be sure you are able to address the appropriate “who?” “what?” “where?” and “when?’, and most importantly, “why?” questions associated with each one. Questions will be drawn from this guide. BUT, this is also very useful for the passage identification and essay portions. Key Terms and Names
Imperialism’s “Heart of Darkness” 1. Frederick Lugard’s Africa policy - Indirect rule, rely on locals and keep traditional 2. Berlin West Africa Conference - Berlin West Africa Conference 1884-1885 --series of discussions between European powers on how to partition Africa --had U.S. and Ottoman Empire, but was more for show, and no African delegates themselves --ground rules for how to stake claims: need to provide timely notification to other nations, if you make a claim you have to demonstrate commitment through conquest or submission of local chieftains --not always through violence, could strike deals with natives for land --had to establish objectives, provide infrastructure that will bring progress, spread Christianity, law, basically introduce civilization --not always through violence, could strike deals with natives for land --had to establish objectives, provide infrastructure that will bring progress, spread Christianity, law, basically introduce civilization iii) Swift partitioning of African continent by European powers --Ethiopia and Free State of Liberia were exempt from colonization --everything comes down to the color coded map, who controls what area 3. King Leopold II -2nd king of Belgium, obsessed with wealth, Congo. Extracted all ivory and rubber. 4. Congo Free State -Large area in Central Africa controlled by Leopold. 5. Roger Casement’s report -British ambassador to congo, exposed all the horrors and corruption 6. Edmund Morel -Account of Leopold's Rule, british journalist who investigated the
ledgers of the anglo-belgian india rubber co. Morel's verdict of "the heart of darkness" 1) Heart of darkness not innate to the Congo natives 2) Dehumanization was by product of Congo free state 3) Outcome was wrath of own savagery 4) Europeans' emphasis on law and order is just a disguise to hide their inner savagery 7. Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company - 8. Militarization of the Congo 9. Tribal militias 10. Hand mutilations -

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