Toward a World Historical Imagination
The Doors This is the end 1967
John Lennon: Imagine or Imagine (3.20, 1971)
Nas & Hill: If I Ruled the World (4.16, 1996)
Note: blackboard for reserves; Caldwell to Gladwell correction
DBQ Research Project
Topic: Does the term the Gilded Age accurately describe US society during the last
quarter of the 19th Century?
Source: Anti-Chinese political cartoon
Document 2 Monetary Policy
Source: William Jennings Bryan: Cros
Ch 15: The Bureaucracy
1. How did the bureaucracy start?
How do laws affect the growth of the federal bureaucracy?
3. How did the New Deal affect the federal bureaucracy?
4. What is discretionary authority and why i
From the Manifesto to Intersections of Race/Class/Gender
I. Class and the Manifesto concluded: what went wrong with the models prediction?
Working class based on manufacturing dies (US, Europe): labor organization and unrest
Labor Unrest: core stat
The Modern Capitalist World: Basic Features & Concepts
Mariyln Monroe: Diamonds are a Girls Best Friend
Kanye West: Diamonds from Sierra Leon
NAS: Shine on em
Lupe Fiasco: Conflict Diamonds
Establish basic concepts: th
Sugaring up the Sociological Imagination
Musical Prelude A Sugar Feast
Billie Holiday - Sugar (that Sugar Baby O' Mine 1939 2.42
B.B. King - Sugar Mama 2:44
Four Tops I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch) 2:43
Sugar (Gimme Some) by Trick Daddy with
The Americas and the Emergence of a Global Capitalist World: Why Race, Why Europe?
Musical Prelude: Marley, War; Tupac, Changes
Mapping a World at 1750
Americanity: race and the Americas as the launchpad of the modern world
And: why not Chin
The Global Dynamics of Race-And the Atlantic Slave "Trade"
Bob Marley: Redemption Song
Little Brother: Minstrel Show, Lovin It
Flogging Molly Tobacco Island
Flogging Molly: Tobacco Island
All to hell we must sail
For the Shores of sweet
Privilege and Opportunity based on Race and Gender: A Deeper Look
The United States claims to be the land of equal opportunity for all. Based on
sociological observation and the institutionalization of soci
Music Prelude: what eras?
BB King: Why I sing the blues 6:20 1974:
Bruce Springsteen: Factory 2:38
Kendrick Lamar: Ronald Reagan Era 3.38
Aloe Black I need a dollar
Today: Stratification and Inequality: categories in search of relations, processes, explan
From an Atlantic Slave System to the Global Colonial System
(Asia and Africa)
MJ: remember the time
David Rudder: Haiti Im Sorry
Topics: Changing World Orders
The end of slavery: why?
New World Orders, Free Trade
Mark Twain used the term Glided Age to characterize the 19th Century because various
problems were masked by a thin gold gilding. The Republican Party became the majority by
expanding its social base among the urban middle class and wil