Study-Guide3a-GEO2420-05 - GEO 2420 (Section 2296 / Fall,...

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GEO 2420 (Section 2296 / Fall, 2005) M AP Q UIZ #3 Note: You will be asked to identify five of the following countries or places on a blank world map for the map quiz as part of this exam. The countries are grouped by continents in the list below. Armenia Argentina Cambodia Angola Belgium Ecuador Lebanon Eritrea Cyprus El Salvador Mongolia Ivory Coast (Côte d’Ivoire) Lithuania Honduras Uzbekistan Libya Switzerland Puerto Rico Yemen Rwanda ****************************************************************************** S TUDY Q UESTIONS , E XAM T HREE (P ART 1) Copyright © Abe Goldman, 2005 N OTE : Exam #3 will be given on Wed. Dec 7 at the regular class time in our classroom. This is the first part of the Study Guide for Exam 3. It includes only questions relating to readings from the Rubenstein textbook (Chap’s 5-7). A second part , covering the news articles, will be posted later. ****************************************************************************** Readings The following readings will be included on the third exam (see note above about news articles) : Rubenstein, The Cultural Landscape , Chapter 5 (pp. 147-183). Wade, Nicholas. “World’s farmers sowed languages as well as seeds.” NY Times. May 6, 2003. Associated Press. “With world opening up, languages are losers.” NY Times. May 16, 1999. Erard, Michael. “How linguists and missionaries share a Bible of 6,912 languages.” July 19, 2005. Rubenstein, The Cultural Landscape , Chapter 6 (pp. 185-222).
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2 Armstrong, Karen. 2000. Islam: A Short History. New York: Modern Library. Preface (pp ix- xii), “The way forward” (pp 178-187). New York Times Bruni, Frank. “Faith fades where it once burned strong.” October 13, 2003. Worth, Robert. “The deep intellectual roots of Islamic terror.” October 13, 2001. MacFarquhar, Neil. “Bin Laden adheres to austere form of Islam.” October 7, 2001. MacFarquhar, Neil. “Muslim scholars increasingly debate unholy war.” December 10, 2004. Fisher,Ian. “Pakistani clerics fight school plans.” August 4, 2002. Glanz, James. “Some fear Iraq’s charter will erode women’s rights.” August 8, 2005. Sengupta, Somini. “Hindu nationalists are enrolling, and enlisting, India’s poor.” May 13, 2002. 8. Ethnicity, Nationalism, & Political Conflict; Rubenstein, The Cultural Landscape , Chapter 7 (pp 225-258); Chap. 8 (pp 261-294). Sachs, Susan. “Assad patronage puts small sect on top in Syria.” June 22, 2000. Filkins, Dexter. “A nation in blood and ink.” August 14, 2005. Burns, John. “If it’s civil war do we know it?” July 24, 2005. Glanz, James.
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