Sept 10 2014
-literal: to make a resource of a land more productive
-a sign of a lot going on and the lead to the commercial revolution (turning land into a
-19th century agricultural
Sept 8 2014
How did people in the 18th c make sense of their world?
-look up scottish independacen in england?
-what kiidn fo thought process did people in that time develope towards everyday things like
cannages adn turnips
Sept 15 2014
-identify and state the significant of James the II
-last catholic King in England
-becomes king because his brother Charles II the second dies
-What's the Glorious Revolution
-1688 when they depose James
September 17, 2014
If on the quiz you were asked to.
Identify and state the significance of My Own Life
-An autobiography by David Hume
-gives insight into the way autobiographies were written back then
-demonstrated his passion fo
Sept 11 2014
Narrative & The Historian As An Author
What is Narrative?
*the central pivot point for our exam essay question! Around the idea of narratives
-something that weaves it self through out practice of history.not speci
She starts with the narrative then jumps right into her topic without really laying down the framework
for herself which creates confusion for the reader as you were abruptly faced with changing and
introduced to new topics no framework also allows her to
1) a temporal period:
- a period after colonialism, but when does colonialism end?
-hard to define, most people start after the second world war, but the also in the 18th c after the
American revolution.but really when is the post part of
How does Hazareesingh demonstrate how climate interferes with colonial expectations or
(it's unpredictable and therefore we can't control it completely and it is not something we can
easily and fool proof our planning for)
Sept 25, 2014
The BIG Picture: The Annales School and World History
-scope, the ways historians have decided to limit or broaden their subject of study
-Lord Acton, Ranka -> 'boring' history.
-Britain liked the poetry style of history, not the r
October 2, 2014
Class, Agency & Social History
-Thesis is THE element of your paper.most focus on that
-make sure it is a statement of opinion, not one of fact
-does this framework add something or allow the author to say something?
Oct 9th 2014
Postmodernism, Power and Technologies of Governing
What is PostModernism?
-Pomophobia -> the fear that there is no point in learning this, it's pointless, we don;t even
exist, there is no truth etc
-Postmodernism is the rejection of
-PhD in History from Warwick and MA and BA degrees from SOAS and Kent
-taught at Birkbeck and Cardiff and previously worked for Save The Children Fund for a decade which
influenced his research interests in India
- in 2003 joined t
Nov 27, 2014
Space, Place & Environment
The identity of places is very much bound up with the histories which are told of them, how
those histories are told, and which history turns out to be dominant.
Doreen Massey, Places and their Pasts, (199
Nov 6, 2014
MEMORY, ORALITY AND ETHNOHISTORY
ANCIENT ROOTS OF ORAL HISTORY
As to the speeches of the participants, either when they were about to enter the war or after they were already
in it, it has been difficult for me and for those who repo
Sept 4, 2014
-what is history? Why is it produced? Where did it come from?
-changes in the way we see the field
-assumptions historians have when they work and the choices they make (why that subject
why those sources? Why thos
Week 1 Sept 11 2014
Reflect on what Kellners piece is arguing for and what the implications are for historians in
getting the story crooked.
Oliver J.Daddow,Debating History Today, Rethinking History 8 (March2004):143-147.
First of all, can we ever stud
Oct 16, 2014
Culture In History
The past is foreign country; they do things differently here
Perspectives on culture
-focus on material needs; art, music, literature part of the superstructure
-focus on human needs, but not focused on
Monday, September 12, 2016
World History- HIST 1707A
General Skills: Critical analysis; improved articulation (oral & written); improved comprehension.
The use and abuse of history
Definition of History:
Changes over time
ALL NOTES COMM 2301
* This note includes answers to the midterm questions that the majority of
students got wrong *
Video Donald Duck Wartime Disney Propaganda The New Spirit 1942
Cartoons used for propaganda
o Sites of propaganda messaging
History of Alcohol
Talks about the essay
Think about articles about their narrow in topic
Animals to grass depends on the growing of the grape
Bourbon is from a specific place
Whiskey is made f
Department of History, Carleton University
The Social History of Alcohol
HIST 3109A and HIST 3109V
Winter Term, 2016
Loeb C264 (check Car
1. Problem/resistance to colonialism?
French used assimilation while the British used indirect rule. French and Belgians
reduced the number of traditional ruling dynasties. Production targets for rubber in the
Belgian Congo; so much attention was focused
HIST 2707A: Modern Africa
July 13, 2016
Discuss the origins and organization of the Atlantic slave trade.
Europe needed a hard working labor force to be able to mine or work on
plantations. They started a triangular
Archivos en C+
2. Manipulacin de ficheros.
3. Organizacin de archivos.
4. Tipo de almacenamiento.
5. Biblioteca de flujos.
6. Operaciones asociadas a archivos:
Lectura y escritura,
Funciones de con
For examinations on Wednesday 1 September 2010 and
on Thursday 25 November 2010
PRE-SEEN MATERIAL, PROVIDED IN ADVANCE FOR PREPARATION
AND STUDY FOR THE EXAMINATIONS IN SEPTEMBER AND
INSTRUCTIONS FOR POTENTIAL CANDIDATES
This booklet contai
D. TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Thursday 20 November 2014
Instructions to candidates
You are allowed three hours to answer this question paper.
You are allowed 20 minutes reading time before the examination begins
during which you should read the question paper and, if you wish, make
Caesar and Pompey, 53-49
Violence in Rome
Elections for 53 - postponed
52: death of Clodius and the "gladiators"
Wealth, power, popular
Links to Caecilli Metelli
Caesar's 5 year Gallic command