The Jim Crow Era
I. Dening the Jim Crow Era
Plessy v. Ferguson (1896)
Ida B. Wells
Dene these terms:
Responses to the Jim Crow Era
I. Legal Disfranchisement
A. Migra?on and Coloniza?on
C. Journalism and Interna?onal Pressure
D. Washington and Cri?cs Key Terms:
What are civil rights, anyway?
Todays key terms: social contract, Dred Scott
What do you already know? Courses taken,
museum visits, books read, papers written,
other experiences, etc.
Why are you here? Fullls what
Todays Key Terms: Fugitive Slave
Law of 1850, Colonization
How did the new nation reconcile the language of natural
rights, liberty, and equality with the continuation of slavery?
Was the Constitut
Slavery and the Cons0tu0on
I. The Move Toward Emancipa0on
A. Northeastern States
B. Manumission and Self-Purchase
II. U.S. Cons0tu0on
A. Allowing for African Slave Trade
B. 3/5ths Clause
C. Fugi0ve Slave Clause
American Film as Art and History
Viewing a Film
What elements strike you as unfamiliar or perplexing?
What elements are repeated to emphasize a point or a perception?
What does the title mean in relation to the film?
Why does the movie
American Film as Art & History
Elements of Film
Definition elements that are visual in a scene, arrangement of everything you see
Four main elements
o Lighting backlight, natural light, artificial light, etc.
o Setting inside or outs
Americas Founding Principles
On Page 147, Plutarch proposes that it was known that Themistocles had a vehement
and impetuous nature, of a quick apprehension, and a strong and aspi
Article Summary Assignment
Paper Requirements Please read carefully!
1. Each paper should be 1.5-3 pages long (double spaced, 12 point Times Roman font, 1 inch
Your paper(s) will briefly summarize the article(s) you select. All psy
1. Competency to Stand Trial
a. Why is this policy in place?
b. What does it mean to be in/competent to stand trial?
c. How is competency assessed?
c.i. You dont need to know each of the individual tests that the book
1. Plea bargaining and Settlement negotiation (from a previous chapter, but discussed here)
a. +/b. Influences/underlying psychological principles involved
2. Psychology of Punishment and Sentencing
a. Purposes of punishment
b. Judicial discre
Causes of WWI or Great War?
Bismark wanted a united Germany
Franco-Prussian War of 1870 allowed Bismark to gain territories of Alsace and Lorraine (originally belonging to France)
Population of France was less than of Germany so Bismark had no concern
Why Schlieffen Plan Failed?
Russia mobilizes army July 29th and 30th before they declare war and before Germany begins movement in Belgium
Russian mobilization takes roughly a month instead of 6 weeks as Germany anticipated
Schlieffen dies (1912) and t
American military aviator that commanded Flying Tigers within AVG (American Volunteer Group)
o US government to aid Nationalist government of China against the Japanese
o Known by the Chinese as America Very Good
A state of the art
The editors of your textbook explain that by the antebellum period, regular physicians
increasingly came to insist that medical therapy was to be gauged to such distinctive features
of the patient as age, gender, rac