HIERARCHY: The articulation of the importance or
significance of a form or space by its size, shape, or
placement relative to the other forms and spaces of the
organization. (Ching, p. 151)
Architect/designer: Clarence H. Blackal
Historical Accuracy of Braveheart
When I first think of the film industry, whether of the fictional or nonfictional genre, the first thing that comes to mind is certainly its entertainment
value. It is an art form that many watch and critique
The Politics of Respectability
Social Science and Migration: E. Franklin Frazier
The Negro in Chicago
Frazier is looking at the sex
Legacy of Slavery
African Americans were transported as slaves to US colonies from around 1619
to fill a widening labour shortage.
Agriculture, particularly for export, dominated the South and North Carolina,
Virginia, Maryland and Georgia.
In this region
1. Civil War
1) Four years war between the North and South.
2) The slavery is the central issue.
3) After the war, the Confederacy collapsed and slavery was abolished in the
entire country. Country torn up (need to build up)
Compromise of 1850
Nationalism and Islamism 4/18/16
1. Turkish Nationalism
a. The term Turk was largely used to refer to peasants or nomads
i. Ottoman was the language of the government
ii. Not spoken any more, runs of Turkish syntax and grammar, but
a great d
Second Essay Assignment
Both Jamal al-Din al-Afghani, in his Lecture on Teaching an Learning, and
Yahya Haqqi, in his novella, The Saints Lamp address the unequal encounter between the
Muslim world and Europe. In both texts, th
History 135 History of the Islamic Middle East Midterm Term Prep
1. Social and professional groups:
2. Religious life
3. Religious authority
September 27, 2015
Dr. Chaplin-History 143
Critical Reflection 1
From A Dolls Houses opening images of a familys holiday spirit filled with hope, to the
works final lines of desperation, not of a family, but a man failing to save the rem
This was sent by Germans to encourage a Mexican attack against the United
States. Intercepted by the US in 1917.
Woodrow Wilson's post WWI plan, most of which was rejected by European
leaders following the war.
A device for rapid, long-distance transmission of information over an electric
wire. It was introduced in England and North America in the 1830s and 1840s.
A form of energy used in telegraphy from the 1840s on and for lighting,
The collective community of Islamic peoples, which is thought to transcend
ethnic and political boundaries.
a portable dwelling used by the nomadic people of Centa Asia such as Mongols,
consisting of a tentlike structure of skin, felt or hand-w
Continuing the imperial revival started by the Sui Dynasty this dynasty that
followed restored the Chinese imperial impulse four centuries after the decline
of the Han, extending control along the silk route. Trade flourished and China
An early Chinese dynasty. Not a unified Chinese state. Instead rulers and their
relatives gave orders through a network of cities. Earliest evidence of Chinese
writing comes from this period.
Succeeded the Shang dynasty. Similar to the Shang An
A member of the more mystical third sect of Islam famous for their dance and
The german monk who is widely regarded as the leader of the Protestnat
Reformation. He was excommunicated by the Catholic church due to his
1st unified imperial Chinese dynasty
"Way of the Kami"; Japanese worship of nature spirits
Incarnation of Hindu god Vishnu made famous in the Ramayana
Means "Enlightened One." He is said to have renounced his worldly possessions
Part of the second triumvirate whom the power eventually shifted to. Assumed
the name Augustus Caesar, and became emperor. Was the end of the Roman
Republic and the start of the Pax Romana.
Roman emperor of 284 C.E. Attempted to deal w
National socialism. In practice a far-right wing ideology (with some left-wing
influences) that was based largely on racism and ultra-nationalism.
German republic founded after the WWI and the downfall of the German
Its philosophy and practice rely mainly on self-effort to progress the soul up the
spiritual ladder to divine consciousness. Any soul that has conquered its own
inner enemies and achieved the state of supreme being is called jina (Conqueror
Chinese dynasty between 1368-1644. Economy flourished and the government
even explored the Indian Ocean through many expeditions led by Zheng He.
Ultimately they were taken over by the Manchurians from the North in 1644.
Invented within Chi
Sea-faring Greek kingdom. A major center of Greek Civilization in the 1000s
BCE, centuries before Greek's "Golden Age" of Athenian influence. It's center
was located about 90 km southwest of Athens.
Mesopotamian empire that conquere
The belief that the government shouldn't intervene much in the economy and
should instead let the people do what they want with their property.
Economic system with private and corporate ownership of property and
Aggressive empire in Cambodia and Laos that collapsed in the 1400's when
Thailand conquered Cambodia
New Zealand indigenous culture established around 800 CE
The period of approximately 150 years of relative peace and stab
John F. Kennedy
President of the US during the Bay of Pigs Invasion and the Cuban Missile
Gamal Abdel Nasser
He led the coup which toppled the monarchy of King Farouk and started a new
period of modernization and socialist reform in Egypt
An ancient Anatolian group whose empire at largest extent consisted of most of
the Middle East. Some of the first two-wheeled chariots and iron.
One of the first monotheistic religions, particularly one with a wide following. It
In medieval Europe, an association of men (rarely women), such as merchants,
artisans, or professors, who worked in a particular trade and created an
organized institution to promote their economic and political interests.
The formula, bro
Political party that ruled China from 1911 to 1949; enemy of the Communists.
Often abbreviated at GMD.
Descendants of the Europeans in Latin America, usually implies an upper class
Dictator in Mexico from 1876 to 19