Midterm study sheet History 111

Midterm study sheet History 111 - Estates General religious...

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History 111 Midterm Study Sheet Midterm: Tuesday, March 11 TERMS YOU MUST KNOW: You will be asked to identity 8 of the following, and together, they will count for 60 out of a possible 150 points, or 7.5 points each. In a short paragraph (full sentences, not bullet points), you should define the term. A full definition includes a date, a brief statement identifying who or what the term is, and, most importantly, why this term is significant, especially in the context of our course. DO NOT NEGLECT TO REREAD THE PRIMARY SOURCES ON BLACKBOARD AND THE DIARY OF A NAPOLEONIC FOOTSOLDIER WHEN PREPARING FOR THE EXAM. The Sadler Report Royal Academy of Sciences Vindication of the Rights of Women Joseph II The Continental Congress The Persian Letters Republic of science Seven Dials The Encyclopedia Maria Winkelmann Peace of Paris The 18 th of Brumaire
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Jacobins absolute monarchy Congress of Vienna
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Unformatted text preview: Estates General religious toleration putting-out system Declaration of the Rights of Woman and Citizen social contract The Seven Years War deism calico Parliament steam engine Tintern Abbey Festival of Reason liberalism John Locke Luddites Simn Bolvar Civil Code The scientific method Cesare Beccaria Frankfurt Assembly Concordat THE ESSAY The essay (a choice of two, you MUST write one) will count for 90 out of as possible 150 points. The essay will be something like the following (but will NOT be this exactly): How did the American and French Revolutions put the ideas of the Enlightenment into practice? Give specific examples of Enlightenment thought and thinkers reflected in the Revolutionaries actions. Who were left out of the new states as imagined by the Revolutionaries? Use references to The Declaration of the Rights of Women in your answer....
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