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600 C.E.–1450 Major Developments Questions of periodization o Nature and causes of changes in the world history framework  leading up to 600 C.E. – 1450 as a period o Emergence of new empires and political systems o Continuities and breaks within the period (e.g., the impact of the  Mongols on international contacts and on specific societies) The Islamic world o The rise and role of Dar al-Islam as a unifying cultural and  economic force in Eurasia and Africa o Islamic political structures, notably the caliphate o Arts, sciences, and technologies Interregional networks and contacts o Development and shifts in interregional trade, technology, and  cultural exchange o Trans-Sahara trade o Indian Ocean trade o Silk routes o Missionary outreach of major religions o Contacts between major religions, e.g., Islam and Buddhism,  Christianity and Islam o Impact of the Mongol empires
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  • Spring '10
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  • technologies Interregional networks, Islamic political structures, world history framework, major societies Analyze

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