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MMW 14 Chang Track Winter 2014 Final Exam Review Guide (This is meant to be a review guide, not the exam itself. Ultimately, you are accountable 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 TWOUNMARKED BLUEBOOK FOR EXCHANGE) REVIEW SESSION: TUESDAY MARCH 18 @ 8:00 PM, WLH 2005 FINAL EXAM: THURSDAY, MARCH 20 from 3:00 PM to 5:59 PM, CENTER 101Part 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”Frederick Lugard’s Africa policyBerlin West Africa Conference King Leopold II Congo Free State Roger Casement’s reportEdmund Morel Anglo-Belgian India Rubber Company Tribal militias Hand mutilations Joseph Conrad Symbol of Thames as “navel”Marlow’s auntKurtz’s outpost“International Society for the Suppressionof Savage Customs” Marlow’s lie to the IntendedMeaning of Kurzt’s “The horror, the horror”Britain’s Moral Impasse in IndiaBritish East India Company Sepoy Mutiny 1857 Massacre at Cawnpore British Viceroyalty in India Satirituals Raja Roy’s critique of sati William Bentinck Cost-benefit analysis for ban on sati“The Knife of Sugar”Opium as “keystone commodity”Coerced cultivation in Benares and Bihar Charles Cornwallis’s opium policyCompetition of Malwa opium Effect of increased production Economy of scale advantage Hastings’ moral rationale for monopoly China’s Other “Sorrow”: Opium Macartney Embassy 1792-94 Cohong system Emperor Daoguang’s 1836 Opium EdictLintin Depot Clipper ships Coast trade of opium Chinese debates over legalization of opium Xu Naiji on legalization Zhu Zun on prohibition Social repercussions of opium Commissioner Lin Zexu Confiscation of British opium Letter to Queen Victoria Charles Elliot Treaty of Nanjing 1842 Most-favored nation status Extraterritoriality War Indemnity
China’s Humiliation and Attempts at ReformTreaty of Wanghai 1844 (with U.S.) Treaties of Tientsin (Tianjin) 1858 Sino-Japanese War 1894-95 Treaty of Shimonoseki 1895 Taiping Rebellion Hong Xiuquan Taiping gender agenda Land reforms Communal organization Self-Strengthening Movement Jiangnan Arsenal One Hundred Days Reforms 1898

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