Friends and Peers Respected:
Castiglione considered the figures like Leonardo and Raphael the natural peers of
poets, and Raphael himself had produced poems. Thus his portrait of Castiglione
also witnesses their friendship.
Goals/Interests in Reformation/
Chapter 19 Outline
Agriculture and the Land
The Open-Field System
o The open-field system was the great accomplishment of medieval
o Three field rotations helped keep fields fertile.
o Traditional village rights reinforced traditional pa
Chapter 26 Outline
Industrialization and the World Economy
The Rise of Global Inequality
o In 1750, the European standard of living approximated that of the rest of the
o Industrialization opened the gap between Europe and the rest of the world,
Chapter 25 Outline
Napoleon III in France
The Second Republic and Louis Napoleon
o Louis Napoleon Bonaparte easily won the presidential election of
o Louis Napoleon believed that government should give particular focus to
helping the peopl
Chapter 24 Outline
Taming the City
Industry and the Growth of Cities
o Since the Middle Ages, European cities had been centers of government,
culture, and large-scale commerce.
o Cities were also crowded, dirty, and unhealthy.
o The challenge of urban
Chapter 27 Outline
The First World War
The Bismarckian System of Alliances
o After the German victory over France in 1871, Bismarck strove successfully
to maintain peace between Austria-Hungary and Russia, and to keep France
Chapter 22 Outline
The Industrial Revolution in Britain
o Social and economic factors influenced Englands takeoff.
Colonial markets for manufactured goods contributed.
The canal network constructed in Britain after 1770 contr
Prelude to Disaster
Climate Change and Famine
o Between 1300 and 1450, Europe experienced a Little Ice Age.
o Harsh weather led to ruined harvests.
o Poor nutrition increased susceptibility to disease and facilitated epidemics (for
Economic and Political Developments
o Venice, Genoa, and Milan grew rich on commerce between 1050 and 1300.
o Florence, where the Renaissance originated, was an important banking center
by the fourteenth century.
Chapter 21 Outline
Background to Revolution
Legal Orders and Social Change
o Frances population was legally divided into three orders, or estates: the
clergy, the nobility, and everyone else.
o Historians have long focused attention on growing tensions b
Chapter 20 Outline
Marriage and the Family
Late Marriage and Nuclear Families
o The nuclear family was the most common in preindustrial Europe.
o Common people married late (mostly in their late twenties) in this period.
o The custom of late marriage c
Chapter 16 Outline
Seventeenth-Century Crisis and Rebuilding
Economic and Demographic Crisis
o The vast majority of seventieth-century Europeans lived in the
o Bread was the primary element of most peoples diet.
o Rural society lived on th
Chapter 18 Outline
The Scientific Revolution
Scientific Thought in 1500
o Scientific thought in the early 1500s was based on ancient and medieval ideas.
o European notions about the universe were based on Aristotelian principles.
o A chief feature of t
Chapter 15 Outline
World Contacts before Columbus
The Trade World of the Indian Ocean
o The center of the pre-Columbian world trade network was the Indian Ocean.
o Since Han and Roman times, seaborne trade between China, India, the Middle
Chapter 17 Outline
Warfare and Social Change in Central and Eastern Europe
Origins of Serfdom
o During the period from 1050 to 1300, personal and economic freedom
for peasants increased, and serfdom nearly disappeared.
o After 1300, lords in Eastern Eu
A Defense of Abortion: Judith Jarvis Thomson
The violinist analogy: Kidnapped and connected to unconscious violinist for nine months.
Have the choice to remain anytime during the nine month duration.
Compares this a pregnant woman because it is an unwa
Assessment for Unit 1: Isolation
Europe and the Americas both had strong aspects within their culture prior to 1492.
Before the arrival of the Europeans, the Native Americans had began developing their society in
19 February 2017
Assessment for Unit 1: Isolation
One of the biggest difficulties that these societies had to face and overcome was the
disease epidemic. Disease was extremely deadly during these times because it
Professor Jeffrey Coster
2 March 2017
Review Assignment for March 1st, 2017
The Columbian Exchange was significant because of the social and cultural impact it had
on both the old and new world. The exchange of crops, anima
River Valley Civilizations
11 May 2016
For my final project, I have chosen to write about the River Valley Civilizations. I have
chosen this chapter because I believe that there are many important contributions this
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November 24, 2015
Ozawa v. United States 1922
During the 20th century, colonization of Asians to the United States was creating an issue
before the U.S. Supreme Court took up the case of Ozawa v. United States. In Calif
HISTORY 105: U.S. HISTORY I to 1865
Fall 2013 Revised Nov. 24
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Fridays lecture explained that the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade (TAST) was a component of the
larger and older system of plantation slavery. Plantation slavery, which was begun by Italian
speaking merchants on the island of Cyprus in the Levant (Eastern Med
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