Three major periods of history:
15th century Europe
o Religious decay- Christianity shrinking-Islamic was expanding. Turning point
was at the end of the century
Crusades failed -were a wipe out.
Collapse of Byzantine
duma National parliament created in Russia in the aftermath of the Revolution of 1905;
progressively stripped of power during the reign of Tsar Nicholas II; failed to forestall further
Dutch East India Company Joint stock company that obtained
Enlightenment Intellectual movement centered in France during the 18th century; featured
scientific advance, application of scientific methods to study human society; belief that rational
laws could describe social behavior.
Ethiopian kingdom A Christian
Ferdinand of Aragon Along with Isabella of Castile, monarch of largest Christian kingdoms in
Iberia; marriage to Isabella create united Spain; responsible for reconquest of Granada, initiation
of exploration of New World.
The social organization
Fulani Pastoral people of western Sudan; adopted purifying Sufi variant of Islam; under Usuman
Dan Fodio in 1804, launched revolt against Hausa kingdoms; established state centered on
Galileo Published Copernicus's findings (17th century); added o
Goa Portuguese factory or fortified trade town located on western India coast, 16th century ff.;
sites for forcible entry into Asian sea trade network.
Golden Horde One of the four regional subdivisions of the Mongol Empire after Chinggis
Khan's death; te
Byzantine weapon consisting of mixture of chemicals that ignited when exposed
to water; utilized to drive back the Arab fleets that attacked Constantinople.
Rebellion in Greece against the Ottoman Empire in 1820; key step in
Hammurabi The most important ruler of the Babylonian empire; responsible for codification
Capital of later Song dynasty; located near East China Sea; permitted overseas
trading; population exceeded one million.
holy Roman emperors Emperors in northern Italy and Germany following split of Charlemagne's
empire; claimed title of emperor c. 10th century; failed to develop centralized monarchy in
Under apartheid, areas in South Africa designated fo
Focus on humankind as center of intellectual and artistic endeavor; method of
study that emphasized the superiority of classical forms over medieval styles, in particular the
study of ancient languages.
human rights Certain universal rights many
Running Head: TRAINING EXPATRIATES TO ADAPT
CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE LEADERSHIP SKILLS
PRST 7998 R50
Dr. Hal Freeman
TRAINING EXPATRIATES TO ADAPT
APPROPRIATE LEADERSHIP SKILLS
Demak Most powerful of the trading states on north coast of Java; converted to Islam and served
as point to dissemination to other ports.
Shift to low birth rate, low infant death rate, stable population; first
emerged in Western Eu
12 April 2010
World War II is probably most greatly known for its genocide of the Jewish race. For
Wladyslaw Szpilman, the front of World War II in Warsaw, Poland was incredibly devastating
1. German & the Second World War, Volume 9, Part I. Germany (West). Militrgeschichtliches
Forschungsamt. Oxford University Press, 1990.
2. The Pianist: The Extraordinary True Story of One
Europe to the 18th century- Chapter 23
o The protestant Reformation
Italy divided-5 major city states (Venice, Milan, Florence,
Naples, Papal States) and numerous minor city states
Invasions by 3 major world owners- France, Spain,
European Colonies in America
o Spanish empire in America
1550 they were extinct
Picked up diseases from the Spanish (Small Pox)
Cash Crop (Sugar cane)
Demand for slaves increased
Looked to brazil who had
The East 1500-1800
The Ottoman Empire
o Nomadic tribe led by chieftain- Ertoghrul
o Seljuk(turk) Sultan Ala-ed-Din made them gazis
o Osman, son of ertoghrul becomes first ottoman sultan in 1299
o All ottoman sultans
World Civilizations II/1120
Vasca da Gama; VOC; volta do mar; trading-post empire; Colombian Exchange; Seven Years'
indulgence; Society of Jesus; Absolutism; Versailles; Balance of Power; Copernican Revoluti
Who is the author and what is his or her place in society?
One authors name is Juan Gines de Sepulveda. Sepulveda is a highly renowned Spanish
philosopher. He was respected and looked up to by many people in the country that he lived. The
second author of
Reading Response II
November 20, 2012
Over the years, many women have fought for increasing of the rights that women have.
Organized fighting for women to be able to vote began in 1847 and continued on for some time.
However, what Emmeline P
Study Guide for Exam I
Grades: Map: 5%; Primary Source Identifications: 45%; Essay: 50%
Section I: Map
You will locate 10 items on a world map.
Section II: Primary Source Identifications
The exam will include Four primary sources drawn from this list. You
Study Guide for Exam II
Grades: Primary Source Identifications: 45%; Essay: 55%
Section I: Primary Source Identifications
The exam will include Four primary sources drawn from this list. You will write on THREE of
Emmeline Pankhurst, Why We Are
Exam III Study Guide
Section I: 5%; Section II: 20%; Section III: 35%; Section IV: 40%
Section I: Map Identifications
You will have to locate 10 items on the world map.
Section II: Reading Identifications
I will put four of these identifications o
Seven of these short answer questions will appear on your midterm and you will choose five
to answer. Make sure you know how to answer each question in paragraph form, addressing
every aspect of the question and using specific examples.
1. Explain what th
When I am studying, sometimes I like to listen to the radio, check Facebook, or watch
television, but I can easily lose focus or get distracted on my tasks or assignments. For example,
if I am reading a book, my brain must be tuned into the story. If I de