Primary Source Paper One:
Modern Western Civilizations
March 7, 2017
The Industrial Revolution began in Great Britain around the 1760s. The modernized
movement eventually spread across the continent, from France to P
Primary Source Paper Two:
World War I
Modern Western Civilizations
April 11, 2017
The events that hinted the First World War seemed to happen in the blink of an eye. The
assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand was the start of a rolling
Joselyn Gil Diaz
Romanticism (Week 6)
Like most culture movements, romanticism had a significant role in
history art, literature, music, and intellectualism. It began in Britain and
Germany at around 1770 to 1840. Numerous w
BY: CHELSEY CLARKE
WHAT IS CYBER BULLYING?
Social media disagreements and
Harassment through any electronic
Bullying through any form of media
HOW TO IDENTIFY CYBER BULLYING
IF YOUR CHILD IS BUL
Renaissance Humanism Answer completely, using specific examples
1- What were and describe the contributions made by Johannes Gutenberg and the Aldine Press?
Johannes Gutenberg contributed the Aldine press which made the cost of printed materi
1- Describe Donatello's David (12.15), Verrocchio's David (12.16). Michelangelo's David (12.17) and
Bernini's David (12.18).
In your description point out the differences in style from Early Renaissance to the Baroque David
1. Donatellos Davi
1. Patriarchy: This is a system where men are largely in control and women have no say.
The system that is very prominent in ancient civilizations and shows the power hierarchy
between men and women throughout history.
2. Tigris and Eu
Early Legal Systems Primary Source Paper
Early legal systems like Hammurabis code and the Hebrew law codes have been examined by
historians for the fact that they explain how ancient people lived and how they functioned as
civilizations. However, interpre
Intro to Art History-201710
October 30, 2016
Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara by Hans Memling
I chose to do the work: Virgin and Child with Saints Catherine of Alexandria and Barbara. The
Gentile da Fabriano displays the beginnings of portraying the natural world in Adoration of the
1- Please observe Masaccio's works: The Holy Trinity (12.20), Tribute Money (12.22), and Expulsion of
Adam and Eve (12.23).
Composicin #1 Mi Diario
Hola yo me llamo es Chelsey Clarke. Yo soy de Trinidad y estoy muy bien. Yo no trabajo. Soy
un estudiante de primera. Estoy estudiando marketing y voy a la Universidad de Valencia. Me
gusta mucho ir a la Universidad de Valencia. Yo
Architecture and Music
1-Lets look at Brunelleschi"s Pazzi Chapel(12.33).Its so beautiful! Describe what you see as harmony
and proportion in this structure(12.33).
In this structure, I can see harmony and proportion in the arches and columns
September 21, 2016
World war one had one of the biggest, if not the biggest influences on visual arts as we all
know it, even until this day and age. It even influenced several cultures from the across the
5 December, 2016
The Black Death
What impact did the Black Plague have upon Western Europe? Include at least 3 - other
than "a lot of people died."
The black plague was indeed a terrible d
Focused more on logic and Christian theology
o Less commercialized
Monarchies and ruling institutions were more stable.
o Were not critiqued
o Humanity of Jesus and Friends
Humanity/Society was corr
Western Civilization EUH 2001 Unit Exam I Study Guide
(Chapters 12 to 17)
What is the Renaissance about? (3 keys) (key change)
Humanism: (What is it and why does it spread?)
Society: use of history (Medieval vs. Renaissance) (Pico) (Augustine)
Science entails 3 things (17th century)
o Its its own field of study
o Started o partake in true scientific practices
o Developed its own community
Scientific Revolution of 1700s
o New methods of inquiry of the natural world
Ch. 17: Enlightenment
o Slavery is bad :O
o Enlightenment philosophy was even used to support slavery, Survival of the fittest.
Women in Enlightenment
o Women serve different role in society, women arent the same as men.
3 main outlooks
o Here to
Ch. 15 Absolutism
o Political theory that encouraged rulers to claim complete sovereignty within their
o Key institution: Absolute monarch + Divine right to rule w/ centralized bureaucracy
o Theory: Absolutism was necessitated by the