HIST 102 World History Since 1500 SAMPLE SYLLABUS MWF 10:00-10:50 am Professor Amanda López, Ph.D.

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1 HIST 102 World History Since 1500 SAMPLE SYLLABUS MWF 10:00-10:50 am Professor Amanda López, Ph.D. Course Description: In this survey of the human experience from the dawn of maritime exploration to the end of the Cold War (roughly ), we will focus on the exchange of goods and culture and the emergence of modern political and social movements. By utilizing a global comparative perspective, we will explore patterns of continuity and change over time in culture and society and look for relevant connections between the past and the present. Students will come away from the course with knowledge about the social, political, and cultural history of colonial empires, early nations, and global communities and be able to compare and contrast historical events and developments over time. This course incorporates an interdisciplinary font of materials including a general textbook, primary sources, and mixed media. I also encourage students to contribute their own ideas and material to enrich the experience in the course. Required Reading: Strayer, Robert W. Ways of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources. Volume 2: Since Boston: Bedford St. Martins, Marx, Karl and Fredrich Engels, The Communist Manifesto, with Related Documents. New York: Bedford/St. Martins, *Periodically, I will assign short articles to enhance lecture and discussion. These are either listed in the syllabus or TBA and will be available on Blackboard. Course Grades: All assignments will be graded on a 100-point scale. They will be averaged and weighted to calculate your final grade based on the percentages below. Extra credit will be offered at the instructor s discretion and always offered to all students in the class. A B C D F 49-0 Assignments and Tests: Reading Quizzes (every Monday) 10% Citations and Plagiarism Exercise 5% Document Analyses 15% Final Paper 10% Midterm Exam 25% Final Exam- 25% Class Participation 10% Reading Quizzes: Reading Quizzes will be held at the beginning of class every Monday, unless otherwise announced. Quizzes are based on the reading assignment for that day and will consist of short answer and true/false. These quizzes are designed to encourage you to keep up with the reading and test you over basic knowledge and reading comprehension. Quizzes are in-class only. NO MAKEUPS ARE ALLOWED. The TWO lowest quiz grades will be DROPPED at the end of the semester to accommodate any excused or unexcused absences. Plagiarism Exercise: We will be spending one class before your first paper is due discussing plagiarism and proper citations. All students MUST attend this class and complete and sign the

2 2 plagiarism worksheet. Students who do not complete the worksheet will receive a ZERO on the plagiarism exercise and a ZERO in class participation. Document Analyses: Understanding history is more than dates and facts. Writing assignments will help you think critically about how events and processes have changed over time and the larger significance of political, social, and cultural change. These 1-2 page writing assignments will focus on the primary documents found in the textbook and are due in class. There will be 10 analyses over the course of the semester. Your lowest grade will be dropped. Specific directions for the format and content of the analyses will be provided on Blackboard. Final Paper: The document analyses you write throughout the semester will prepare you to write an extended length essay (5-7 pages) using primary and secondary sources to explore a theme in history. More specific directions on this assignment will be posted on Blackboard. Midterm and Final Exams: Both exams will be held in class. The exams will be a combination of multiple choice, historical identifications, short answer, and essays. An optional exam review will be held in class before each exam. No exam guide will be provided, so it is in your best interest to attend the review. Class Participation & Conduct: Our class time will include a mixture of lecture and discussion. You will earn full participation points by attending class and actively contributing to discussion. Active contribution includes listening and taking notes, asking questions, and offering insightful comments on discussion days. Disruptive activities in class, such as sleeping, texting, browsing the internet, or talking during lecture will negatively affect your grade. Attendance is taken daily at the beginning of class. Absences will be excused with a doctor s note or other documentation that provides a legitimate reason for your absence. Students are expected to arrive on time and stay for the duration of the class. If you need to arrive late or leave early, you must provide good reason for this disruption before the class. More than 5 unexcused absences will result in a 0% in class participation, lowering your grade by a full letter. Class Policies: Academic Integrity: All work in this class must be your own. Academic dishonesty, such as cheating or plagiarism, will not be tolerated. The use of outside material must be properly cited, as should any direct quotations from our class texts. The university s policy is available in the Undergraduate Academic Catalog, at Your signed plagiarism assignment will act as a contract. Should you break that contract, cases of plagiarism will result in a 0 on the assignment and possible failure of the course. It is my experience that most cases of plagiarism are due to misunderstanding rather than dishonesty, but both will be penalized equally. If you have ANY DOUBTS about what constitutes plagiarism, please visit me in office hours. Disability Accommodations: A variety of options are available to students with disabilities to help them achieve the success they desire. Students who have disability documentation can present it to me either in office hours or after class and discuss specific arrangements. If you believe that you need accommodations for a disability, please contact the Learning Center and Disability Services (LCDS) in L-108 or call (773) for an appointment to discuss your needs and the process for requesting accommodations. LCDS is responsible for coordinating disability-related accommodations and will issue students with documented disabilities Confidential Accommodation Plan letters, as appropriate. Office Hours: I believe that a good classroom environment is built on mutual respect and friendliness and I encourage you all to come visit me during my office hours to discuss this class

3 3 and any other questions you may have. To help us get to know one another, all students are required to visit my office hours once in the first three weeks of class. I will be happy to discuss the readings with you one-on-one or discuss your exams and papers throughout the semester. If you need to arrange a meeting outside of office hours, it is best to contact me through . Reading and Assignment Schedule (subject to change): Week 1 9 Jan Course Introduction: Syllabus and What is World History? 11 Jan 1492: Western Europe and the Dawn of the Global World Reading: Ways of the World (hereafter: WoW), Chapter 13, European Comparisons: State Building and Cultural Renewal and European Comparisons: Maritime Voyaging pgs ; Part Four, pgs Jan 1492: European Perspective, cont. Reading: WoW, Chapter 16, The Globalization of Christianity, pgs , A New Way of Thinking: The Birth of Modern Science pgs Document Analysis Exercise in-class: Marriage Concessions (provided in class and available on Blackboard) Week 2 16 Jan NO CLASS MLK HOLIDAY 18 Jan 1492: The Americas on the Verge of Contact and Conquest Reading: WoW, Chapter 13, Civilizations of the Fifteenth Century: the Americas, pgs Quiz #1 20 Jan Discussion: Aztec Culture Reading: Chapter 13, Document 13.1, Document 13.2 Document Analysis #1 due in class Remember to bring book to class any time we are using the documents. Week 3 23 Jan Contact, Conquest, and Colonialism Reading: WoW, Chapter 14, European Empires in the Americas pgs ; Chapter 15, Europeans and Asian Commerce pgs and Silver and Global Commerce, pgs Quiz #2 25 Jan Spanish and Portuguese America, cont. Reading: WoW, Chapter 14, Comparing Colonial Societies in the Americas, pgs Jan Discussion: the Humanity of Indians Reading: Juan Gines Sepulveda Just Causes of War ; Bartolome de las Casas In Defense of the Indians (Blackboard) Document Analysis #2 due in class Week 4 30 Jan Slavery in the Atlantic World Reading: WoW Chapter 15, Commerce in People: The Atlantic Slave Trade, pgs Quiz #3 1 Feb Citations and Plagiarism Exercise In Class

4 4 3 Feb Discussion: Experiencing the Slave Trade Reading: Chapter 15, Doc and 15.3 Document Analysis #3 due in class Week 5 6 Feb The East in the Early Modern Era: The Islamic World Reading: WoW Chapter 13, Civilizations of the Fifteenth Century: The Islamic World pgs ; Chapter 14, Muslims and Hindus in the Mughal Empire and Muslims, Christians, and the Ottoman Empire, pgs Chapter 16, Expansion and Renewal in the Islamic World Quiz #4 8 Feb The East in the Early Modern Era: Russia and China Reading: WOW,Chapter 13, Ming Dynasty China, pgs ; Chapter 14, The Steppes and Siberia, pgs ; Making China an Empire, pgs Chapter 15, Asian Commerce, pgs ; Chapter 16, China: New Directions in an Old Tradition Feb Discussion: Absolutism in the East and West Reading: Docs 14.1 and 14.3 Document Analysis #4 due in class Week 6 13 Feb The Age of Revolution: the French Revolution Reading: WoW, Chapter 17, The French Revolution, and Quiz #5 15 Feb Revolutions in the Americas: Haiti and Latin America Reading: WoW, Chapter 17, The Haitian Revolution, pgs ; Spanish American Revolutions Feb Discussion: Revolutions of the People Reading: Document 17.1, Document Document Analysis #5 due in class Week 7 20 Feb The Industrial Revolution in Britain Reading: WoW, Chapter 18, pgs ; Look over Visual Sources in Chapter 18; Marx and Engels, The Communist Manifesto, Part I Bourgeois and Proletarians -try to focus on his description of history and class relations Quiz #6 22 Feb MIDTERM REVIEW OPTIONAL 24 Feb MIDTERM IN CLASS SPRING BREAK NO CLASSES (FEB 27-MAR 2) Week 8 5 Mar Nations and Nationalism

5 5 Reading: WoW, Chapter 17, Nations and Nationalism, pgs Introduction, Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities, available on Blackboard. Document (chapter, in this case) Analysis #6 due in class Quiz #7 7 Mar Nation and Identity (Gender and Race) Reading: WoW, Chapter 17, The Abolition of Slavery, pgs ; Feminist Beginnings, pgs ; Chapter 19, New Perceptions of the Other, pgs Mar NO CLASS Week 9 12 Mar Nations and Empires in the East-China and Japan Reading: WoW, Chapter 19, Reversal of Fortune pgs ; The Japanese Difference, pgs Quiz #8 14 Mar The East, cont. the Ottoman Empire Reading: WoW, Chapter 19, The Ottoman Empire, pgs Mar Discussion: Opium and Imperialism Reading: Documents 19.2, 19.3, 19.4 Document Analysis #7 due in class Week Mar Economic & Political Imperialism: Empires in Africa and India Reading: WoW, Chapter 20, A Second Wave of European Conquest and Under European Rule and Ways of Working, pgs Quiz #9 21 Mar Cultural Imperialism: The British Empire Reading: WoW, Chapter 20, Women and the Colonial Economy and Believing and Belonging, pgs Zlotnick, Susan. Domesticating Imperialism: Curry and Cookbooks in Victorian England. Frontiers. 16(1996): (Blackboard); 23 Mar Discussion on Women and Imperialism: Reading: Qureyshi Displaying Sara Baartman, p (on Blackboard) Document Analysis #8 due in class Week Mar Century of Violence: The World at War in the Twentieth Century Reading: WoW, Part Six, pgs ; Chapter 21, pgs and Democracy Denied pgs , A Second World War and The Recovery of Europe, pgs Quiz #10 28 Mar NO CLASS-Read and re-read Marx, The Communist Manifesto 30 Mar NO CLASS-Read and re-read Marx, The Communist Manifesto Week 12 2 Apr Communism and the Cold War

6 6 Reading: WoW, Chapter 22, Global Communism and Comparing Revolutions pgs Quiz #11 4 Apr Communism and the Cold War Reading: WoW, Chapter 22, Building Socialism and East versus West, pgs Document Analysis #9 on Marx, Communist Manifesto due in class 6 Apr NO CLASS-EASTER HOLIDAY Week 13 9 Apr Independence and Dependence in the Global South or the Third World - Africa and India Reading: WoW, Toward Freedom and Comparing Freedom Struggles and Experiments with Freedom pgs Quiz #12 11 Apr The Global South, cont.- Democratic Dictatorships in Latin America Reading: Latin American Dictatorships readings posted on Blackboard. 13 Apr Discussion: African Unity in a Post-Colonial World Reading: Document 23.1, 23.2, 23.3 Document Analysis #10 due in class Week Apr 1989: The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Shift in Global Conflict Reading: WoW, Chapter 22, Comparing Paths to the End of Communism pgs Quiz #13 Watch in-class: Goodbye, Lenin 18 Apr Watch in-class: Goodbye, Lenin Complete and turn in worksheet 20 Apr New Nations and New Problems: Israel and Iran Reading: WoW, Chapter 23, Experiments with Culture (focus on the Iran parts) pgs ; Visual Sources: Representing Independence (read the text) pgs Week Apr The Modern, Global World Reading: WoW, Chapter 24, The Transformation of the World Economy, pgs Quiz # Apr New Problems in the Global World: The Environment and Population Reading: Chapter 24, The World s Environment, pgs Due in class: Final Paper 27 Apr Final Exam Review - Optional MARK YOUR CALENDARS!!! - FINAL EXAM DATE & TIME 10:00 am class Friday, May 4th, 10:00 am 11:50 am

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