Unit 4 c. 1450 – 1750: The Early Modern Era of Global Interaction
- Due Monday: Textbook chapter outline on 23) Transoceanic Encounters & Global Connections AND C.C. Columbian Exchange.
- Due Tuesday: C.C. The Spanish Empire, Silver, and Runaway Inflation … and your regionally-specific chapter outline & primary doc(s) annotations.
- Due Thursday: C.C. Atlantic Slave Trade
- Due Friday: C.C. Capitalism & the Dutch East Indies Company
- No School Monday, Nov. 11 – Veterans Day
- Due Next Tuesday: C.C. Little Ice Age & annotations of “How the Little Ice Age Changed History”.
- Due Next Wednesday: C.C. The Mughal Empire and Historical Reputation. Regionally-specific presentations begin today.
- Due Next Thursday: C.C. Venice and the Ottoman Empire
- Due Next Friday: C.C. Protestant Reformation AND Charles V & the H.R.E..
- Week of Nov. 18-22: More work. Early Modern Era EXAM scheduled for THURSDAY, Nov. 21: 31 MCQs & 2 SAQs from a choice of 4.
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Early Modern KC 2: New Forms of Social Organization and Modes of Production. Although the world’s productive systems continued to be heavily centered on agriculture, major changes occurred in agricultural labor, the systems and locations of manufacturing, gender and social structures, and environmental processes.
- “The New World”:
- Andes Mountains: J. Diamond, Collision at Cajamarca; K. Pomeranz & S. Topik, As Rich as Potosi; D. Wiedner, Forced Labor in Colonial Peru.
- Mesoamerica: 2018 graphic novel titled Aztec Empire.
- DBQ: Early Modern Silver Trade.
- DBQ: Early Global Economy…meh…
- DBQ: Black People Seeking Freedom in the Atlantic World.
- DBQ: Christianity Changing Latin American Society.
- DBQ: Christianity’s Affects on Education.
- “The Old World”
- Stacey Schiff: Contextualizing and Conceptualizing Witchcraft in Europe and Colonial North America. Paired with DBQ: On Witchcraft.
- Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan of 1651.
- English Bill of Rights 1689
- John Locke – Two Treaties on Government 1690.
- Primary Sources on Serfdom in Peter the Great’s Russia.
- “Modernization of Russia” DBQ
- DBQ: C/C European and non-European views of unfamiliar cultural institutions