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Comment on the Restoration controversy using da Vincis Last Supper and
Michelangelos Sistine Chapel Ceiling. After restoration, whose work is it? Is the work repaired or damaged?
Should works be left to age naturally or should restore
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Essential Question Wk1
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Using Nugents text, identify several outcomes experienced by African countries emerging from the Colonial era. Why are thes
Africa week 5
Question 1 (2 points)
During the Cold War, the West pursued a policy of containing Communism which often had negative results for Africans.
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Question 2 (2 points)
La Fracophonie is an example of what?
Basil Davidson argues that the wisdom of ancestors in deemed to be important by many African societies.
Social bonds based on ties of family, clan and descent are called Lineage and Kinship ties.
The coups d'etat
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changes that threaten military interests. (Thompson, 138) This take over has been common in Central
and South Africa.
Lastly, there i
Why is political geography important for African nations? How do borders, climate, proximity to water, population growth, access to raw materials etc. forecast how
each country might develop differently from another? Please cite examples to support your a
To what extent has the international economy hindered Africa's post-colonial development?
Most of the money in the African economy does not go to the African people. it goes to the other countries
or the rich of Africa. This cr
Veranderung des Propaganda mit dem Zeit
Die Historische Untersuchung behandelt die Frage, inwiefern sich das Einschwren des
Deutschen Volkes auf den Ersten Weltkrieg von dem auf den Zweiten Weltkrieg unterschied.
Die beiden Hauptquellen dieser Arbeit si
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The Northwest Ordinance of 1787
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established the policy that admitted the area's population as equal members of the political system.
regulated western land sales through a policy that was amicab
American History to 1877
Title: Public Education
Public education in America, in general, was the result of historical movements, such as
national incorporation, boundless urbanization, and modernized industriali
After the Revolution, America had finally won its Independence and broke free from Great Britain. At this
time, they were uncertain of how Independent America should look like. Having a great deal of political
potential, certain issues such as voting, equ
Chapter 10 outline
The religious background
The Decline of Orthodox Calvinism
christian religion has biggest influence in America
intellectual trends caused orthodox calvinism
those who worked for churches had a br
Chapter 13 outline
The Divisive Issue
The Kansas-Nebraska Bill
Senator Stephen A. Douglas introduced a bill for the organization of the
Nebraska generally governed themselves
Douglas became distrusted and disl
EXPANSION AND SECTIONAL CRISIS: NATIONAL EXPERIENCE
The acquisition of Louisiana and Florida quieted the great urge for
Slavery was a huge concern for Americans in this time
o Alsmost all unsettled lands had become states and filled wit
Chapter 5: An American People
The Winning Of Independence
The Rebel army
colonists started to believe that their militia could handle any force the
british could give
men near boston had spirit,courage, and marksmanship
Militia was not a
Westward to the Pacific
The intense hunger for territorial expansion was caused by three main
The first was that Americans were extremely tempted to settle
unsettled land that was just beyond t
Chapter 9 Outline
The New Democracy
The Celebration of the common Man
Jackson era marked rise of the common man
most white men found opportunity
common men growing richer was not a new trend, happened since colonial
Chapter 8 Outline
The Triumph of Neo-Federalism
The American System
madison had to compromise with traditional republicanism
thoughts that America relied too much on european manufactured goods
Tariff of 1816
Contest For Empire
The Albany Congress
Congress made for discussing issues in the north
24 colonial delegates
proposed new ideas
Plan was later denied
Chapter 10 outline
The religious background
o The Decline of Orthodox Calvinism
Christian religion has biggest influence in America
intellectual trends caused orthodox Calvinism
those who worked for churches had a broa
The New England town
Many people owned slaves at the time
Tobacco farms were an amazing source of wealth
Mostly made up of puritans, as most of The new world was at the
Moses, Mumford and Jacobs: Competing Visions of the City
The most influential thinkers on cities. Theyre all from NY.
Mumford, least important for this class. Was a major international figure.
Born in Queens 1895. Started writing in 1920s.
LISA KELLER LECTURE
Paving the way for the Common Good: Margaret Sanger in NY
1912 is the operative year here. Automat was the entre to public life, for people, including women, the
You could give an entire course on NYC and the movie, in the movies and at the movies
Television as well.
Ragtime Lisa Kellers pick the best movie on New York City and its issues. The book, written by William
Starts with the murder
Final is two weeks from today. 2 essays, a few identifications.
Jacksons theory about dissent in NYC
Partly because the city is so big. Its not that NY is more tolerant, but rather, what are you going to do
You need to know stonewall.
Review is tentatively scheduled for this Thursday at 6:30
Rise of NY in the first half of the 20 th, its decline, and then the swing upward, which is unusual.
Why did it come back? This is unusual for cities after WWII
Youre sick of shop
Municipally Boss. An American original. You dont have city bosses in other big countries. The main
reason is that in American we are a decentralized country and the mayors are usually in charge of things
that they arent on other cities lik
World War II and NYC
Jane Jacobs apply her philosophies to your neighborhood
Robert Moses Was he a positive or negative force in the city?
What makes neighborhoods work? What make them safe?
Why is WWII important to us? Largest conflict in