FINAL_EXAM_STUDY_GUIDE-1

FINAL_EXAM_STUDY_GUIDE-1 - THIS SHOULD SERVE AS A GUIDE TO...

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THIS SHOULD SERVE AS A GUIDE TO STUDY FOR THE FINAL EXAM. STUDY CAREFULLY FROM YOUR LECTURE NOTES AS WELL AS FROM THE RELEVANT PARTS OF ARTICLES AND SECTION DISCUSSIONS. THE EXAM WILL BE MULTIPLE CHOICE AND WILL HAVE 1-8 QUESTIONS ON EACH SECTION/LECTURE, FOR A TOTAL OF 100 QUESTIONS. YOU SHOULD KNOW THE CONCEPTS AS WELL AS THE AUTHORS THROUGH WHICH WE HAVE DISCUSSED THEM. IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUTHORS AND THE CONCEPTS THEY WRITE ABOUT (SUCH AS THEIR HISTORICAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXT) WILL ALSO BE RELEVANT. ALSO, REMEMBER THAT DIFFERENT AUTHORS USE OVERLAPPING CONCEPTS WITH DIFFERENCES IN EMPHASIS. YOU WILL NEED TO KNOW ROUGH DATES OF MAJOR HISTORICAL PROCESSES WHERE THESE HAVE BEEN MENTIONED IN LECTURE AND WHERE THEY ARE RELEVANT TO THE UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT (EARLY PROCESSES OF EXPROPRIATION, TRANSATLANTIC SLAVE-TRADE, INDUSTRIALIZATION, ENLIGHTENMENT, IMPERIALISM, ANTI- COLONIALISM, PAN-AFRICANISM, ETC) PLEASE NOTE THAT ATTENDING A REVIEW SESSION DOES NOT COUNT AS OR REPLACE ACTUAL STUDYING. I HIGHLY ENCOURAGE SEVERAL HOURS OVER SEVERAL DAYS OF GOOD OLD-FASHIONED INDIVIDUAL OR COLLECTIVE STUDYING BEFORE ATTENDING A REVIEW SESSION. Globalization: Held et Al, Axford, Gunn Hyperglobalist perspective, Transformationalist perspective, Skeptical perspective World Economic System Nations and national boundaries Globalization and human rights Concepts related to the writing and telling of History Subjective narrative, Narrative erasure, Silencing of the past Contested stories, competing versions/understandings of experience Struggles over meaning Early World Trade Systems Wallerstein 16 th C World System: class divisions and respective relation and contribution to world trade system
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3 paths of national development in 16 th Century Division of labor within world trade system according to different paths of development Core, Periphery, Semi-periphery Feudal Society and the process of Enclosure Rediker and Linebaugh Feudal Society Dispossessed proletariat Ruling classes, merchant classes, proletarian classes Expropriation and enclosures Imperial expansion Colonization and dispossession Transatlantic proletariat Piracy and Rediker redistribution of resources social justice Jolly Roger what the pirates knew destabilization of world trading system of capitalist accumulation Terror and transatlantic communities
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GLOBAL STU glbl 1 taught by Professor Estherlezra during the Winter '07 term at UCSB.

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