US Broadcast History and Theory
6 November 2014
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Question: I need help discussing the differences in Olaudah Equiano, Boyrereau Brinch and Ayude
Suleiman Diallo narratives of Former Slaves, how they were captured, their treatment while on the
Olaudah Equiano(c.1745-1797), He was a former enslaved
Class Notes 11.6.12
Partitioning happened immediately after Independence, but Britain could only give states
to either India or Pakistan that Britain controlled before Independence.
In the 18th century, the British did not control Hydera
Class Notes 11.1.12
Pakistan and India celebrate a different day of independence.
At midnight on Indias Independence Day, Nehru gave a very important speech.
Nehru talks about various things in his speech:
o The goal of the greatest man
Class Notes 12.13.12
Studying for the Exam:
o Stage 1: Write down a topic for the exam at the top of a page and then write down
all that you know about it and where you know it from.
o Stage 2: Write down an argument on that topic.
Class Notes 12.11.12
Business Process Outsourcing
o BPO has caused a lot of people to move in floods into a suburb of New Delhi. It
has given a lot of people jobs.
o BPO has up to 350,000,000 English speakers are availab
Class Notes 11.13.12
People from Bihar (during Partition) would have moved to West Pakistan over East
Pakistan because they spoke Hindi, which was similar to Urdu.
The celebration of Dewali has to do with the history of Lord Ram (spelli
Class Notes 11.27.12
Anti-Congress sentiment began to emerge. This was bolstered when members of Indiras
The Janata party was not peoples main concern. They were mostly concerned with
removing an authoritative regime.
Class Notes 11.15.12
Four Revolutions/political movements:
o The Green Revolution
o The Total Revolution
o The Naxalbari Movement
o The Anti-Price Rise Movement
There is always a gap of time between when a problem is identified and when
Class Notes 11.8.12
Despite the fact that Independence gave Nehru power, he did not have the power to
control the uprisings it brought. There were simply too many people, according to one
Across Northern India, people abando
Class Notes 10.16.12
Words that came from India that are still used in American English (cashmere, indigo,
pajama, cot, dungarees, gingham, calico, pistachio, and thug) suggest that the words are
so old that they came into the language
Class Notes 10.2.12
The Permanent Settlement of 1793
o Bengal at this time was comprised of present day Orissa, West Bengal,
Bangladesh, Bihar and Jharkhand.
o In Bengal, one of the plans Cornwallis had was to install the Permanent
Class Notes 10.30.12
Peasant Politics and Armed Struggles
o Previously, we examined the Bengal Tenancy Act (1885)
o Scholars today have argued that there were rich peasants, middle peasants and
poor peasants. Landless laborers would als
Class Notes 10.9.12
1875 is the year of the founding of Aligarh Anglo-Muhamadan School.
o It was created by Sir Syed Ahmed Khan to teach English education alongside
Muslim education. He believed that English education shouldnt just be th
Class Notes 10.4.12
Currently, the Parliament is a coalition, no ruling power.
o The Indian National Congress, however, has most of the seats.
o They are allied with the Communist Party of India.
o The Trinamool Congress is threatening t
Class Notes 10.25.12
I. Gandhian Nationalim
II. Caste Politics
o A. Origins of caste
Varnas (from the Manusmriti)
The third theory is that caste came from the census which began in 1885.
The British production of the census took
Class Notes 10.23.12
What is history?
o Recollection of past events.
o Their application to present and future.
o Interpretation of those events.
o Why they happened.
Indian Political Resistance
o Jallianwalla Bagh Massacre in Amritsir,
Class Notes 9.11.12
In the early 1960s, India was a leader in the Non-Aligned Movement.
o A movement created after WWII, by countries that did not want to be aligned
with the U.S. or the Soviet Union.
o Led by Egypt, India, Yugoslavia an
As I lay down beside my intimate ends
Class Notes 9.13.12
Akbar was the third emperor of the Moghul dynasty.
o When he was done consolidating his empire, he ruled all of the north and
northwestern areas. He controlled the Doab and the Ga
Class Notes 9.27.12
o 1526-1530 Babur
o 1530-1539 Humayan
1539-1555 Sher Shah Sur (the Afghan)
o 1555-1556 Humayan
o 1556-1605 Akbar
o 1605-1627 Jahangir
o 1627-1658 Shah Jahan (Taj Mahal built in 1631)
o 1658-1707 Aurangzeb
Class Notes 9.6.12
Indigo has a similar role in India, used for blue dye. It was eventually ruined by a British
West India had a Ryotwari system. Peasants controlled their land and decided what to
plant. Rice, for instance, would be sold to
Class Notes 9.4.12
Calcutta doesnt have one point where the river meets the ocean. It splits into rivers; the
area is called the Sunder bans. An area highly prone to flooding, but it also has very rich
soil for agriculture.
During the Bri
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HIST 192 Study Guide for the In-Class Exam # 1
Exam will be held in-class on February 26 during regular class time. The exam will be worth 25% of the course grade. The exam will consist of objective sections, consisting of Ids and fill-in-the-blank q