Lecture 2 - Lecture 2. Old Worlds Lecture 2. Old Worlds...

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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 2. Old Worlds Lecture 2. Old Worlds Collide I. Sources for European Expansion I. Sources for European Expansion and Challenges to Tradition A. Population Growth and Economic Development I. Sources for European Expansion and I. Sources for European Expansion and Challenges to Tradition B. Consolidation of European Kingdoms Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain I. Sources for European Expansion I. Sources for European Expansion and Challenges to Tradition C. Cultural Change: The Renaissance I. Sources for European Expansion I. Sources for European Expansion and Challenges to Tradition D. 1453: The Ottoman Empire, the Defeat of Byzantium, and the Limited European Access to Eastern Trade Portrait of Mehmet II Ottoman Empire, c. 1500 Ottoman Empire, c. 1500 A. New World Wealth as Source of Power II. Dreams of a New World: II. Dreams of a New World: Breaking the Chain II. Dreams of a New World: II. Dreams of a New World: Breaking the Great Chain B. Religion: Reformation Challenge to the Traditional Church Portrait of Martin Luther, by Cranach II. Dreams of a New World: II. Dreams of a New World: Breaking the Great Chain C. Utopian Visions Sir Thomas More II. Dreams of a New World: II. Dreams of a New World: Breaking the Great Chain D. The Dark Side of New World Dreams Illustration: Prospero’s Control over Caliban, from Shakespeare, The Tempest III. Diversity in Africa III. Diversity in Africa and the Americas Mirroring European Diversity IIIA. West Africa: Interior IIIA. West Africa: Interior Kingdoms, Coastal Provinces IIIB. The Americas: From Aztec and IIIB. The Americas: From Aztec and Inca Empires to Hunter­Gatherers IIIC. Accidents of First IIIC. Accidents of First Encounters IV. Contact = Disaster IV. Contact = Disaster IVA. Disease IVA. Disease IVB. Conquest of the Americas IVB. Conquest of the Americas IVC. Enslavement of Africans IVC. Enslavement of Africans Cape Coast Castle, Ghana V. Adjustment: European V. Adjustment: European (Re)visions of Native Americans V.A. The Experience of Wonder V.A. The Experience of Wonder Wunderkammern = Cabinets of Wunderkammern = Cabinets of Curiosities V.B. Beast, Men, or Gods: The V.B. Beast, Men, or Gods: The Problem of Categorization Aztec Human Sacrifice Aztec Human Sacrifice V.C. Transforming Americans to Fit V.C. Transforming Americans to Fit European Stereotypes ...
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