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1 HISTORY 115: WORLD HISTORY to 1500 (6:30-9:15 PM Class) Dr. John F. DeFelice Associate Professor of History College of Arts and Sciences University of Maine at Presque Isle Office Hours: 10:00-10:50 MW or by appointment. Please call or me. 211 Normal Hall Phone (O) Subject and Goal: The course provides an overview of global history from the Neolithic Revolution to around We will cover a wide geographical area and a long chronology, but this course is not taught to just make you memorize facts. It will help you engage the past. It is a question-asking course, where you involve yourself in the analysis of historical data, look for patterns and relationships in the civilizations we survey, and develop for yourself a meaning for the past. There are five major objectives for this course. It should leave you with a knowledge of: The common patterns of world history: The distinguishing characteristics of the some of the world s major civilizations. The points of contacts and cultural exchange among some of these civilizations. The historical foundations of some modern cultural traditions. The work of historical inquiry, analysis, and critical thinking. The Academic Foundation: Textbook readings provide background information to the course. Lectures focus on one or two aspects of the topic under study. : provides a format for debate and discussion. Lectures: Cover varying aspects of your readings I reserve the right to change the schedule of lectures as I assess each class and their particular needs. This often results in one or two lectures being skipped. You will still read the chapter in your textbook on that particular subject. Books to Purchase: Please note. It is required that you purchase the books for this course. This is a lecture, reading, and discussion course. You need to purchase the textbook and sourcebook and read the assignments to participate in this course. That s part of college life. I will require proof that you have fulfilled this requirement. You should not share a textbook or sourcebook with another course member. 1

2 Bentley and Ziegler, 4th Ed. Vol I. McGraw Hill ISBN (2008) Mitchell and Mitchell, McGraw-Hill, 3rd Expanded Ed. Vol. I ISBN Course Requirements Attendance: In all classes, attendance is mandatory. I require a formal excuse for illness or religious observances. You are responsible to obtain any missed notes or arrange to hand in late assignments. After two unexcused absences, I may reduce your grade by one letter. After four unexcused absences, you may receive an "L" grade. Consistent absences and lack of class engagement (not turning in assignments or participating in discussions) must be periodically reported to the Financial Aid Office. Books: Bring to every class. There is an assignment due in writing from and a debate in each class session. Reading: This is the key to success for this or any other course. Lectures only cover part of the material on exams and readings cover the rest. Mastering reading comprehension is a large part of the college experience and one of the most important life skills you will gain as a college student. All assigned readings should be completed on schedule. Reading is assigned for each class. Make sure it is completed before each class. Discussions focus on this material each class. Your writings cover this material. Your participation grade is tied to your active participation in discussions (so know the material). Instructions for All Writing Assignments 1. Welcome to the great debates of World Civilization! Each week we'll explore the writings of two historians who come to opposite conclusion in regards to a controversial issue. You first task is to read both sides of the argument and the background material in. 2. Decide which author presents the strongest case. 3. Write a brief paper that describes which author that has made the stronger case and explain what evidence made you come to that conclusion. This paper should only be a page or two long. You should know each authors argument well enough to summarize them in class if I ask you! All papers are to be typed and proof read. 2

3 4. You are required to do six papers during the course of the semester. Two of these papers are to be completed for the first two discussion dates and may NOT be made up if late. The other four may be turned in as the semester progresses. Plagiarism: Everything you write must be in your own words! Copying material from encyclopedias, web pages, your textbook, the source book, a friend s paper, etc. is academically dishonest. Having someone else polish up your paper is also unacceptable. If you include a brief citation in your answers, you must put it in quotation marks and indicate the source in a footnote. Students caught plagiarizing will get an F for the course. This includes using any material purchased on line! Please refer to your student handbook s sections on Academic Dishonesty. How do I calculate your participation grade? Every time you make a contribution to a class discussion, I add points (15-30) to your participation score! You can earn participation when we have our debates from Taking Sides. You can earn points for making a general observation about the reading. You'll score even more points if you make a point that pushes one of the debated authors towards the winner's circle. You can also earn points by posting your thoughts about these articles or on other student comments on our Blackboard Discussion Page. If you score a minimum of 250 points, you earn an "A" for your participation grade! Remember: Participation is 30% of your total grade! Get beyond 250 points and it adds up as extra credit. GRADE VALUES Participation (250 points) 30% Writing Assignments (5) 30% Midterm Exam 20% Final Exam 20% Total 100% LECTURES AND READINGS Week One Tues Aug 30 Class Introduction Lecture 1: The Foundations of Complex Societies (Part One) Chapters 1-2 Issue 1. Did Homo Sapiens Originate in Africa? (For Debate One) Week Two 3

4 Tues Sept 07 Lecture 1: The Foundations of complex Societies (Part Two) Debate One Issue 1. Did Homo Sapiens Originate in Africa? Reading Assignments Chapters Issue 2 Was Sumerian Civilization Exclusively Male Dominated? (For Debate Two) Week Three Tues Sept 14 Lecture 2: Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations Lecture 3: Early Societies in South and East Asia (Part One) Debate Two Issue 2. Was Sumerian Civilization Exclusively Male Dominated? Reading Assignments Chapters 5-6 Issue 3. Was Mesoamerica s Olmec Civilization Influenced by African Sources? (For Debate Three) Week Four Tues Sept 21 Lecture 3: Early Society in South and East Asia (Part Two) Lecture 4: Early Societies in the Americas and Oceania Debate Three Issue 3. Was Mesoamerica s Olmec Civilization Influenced by African Sources? Chapters 7-8 Issue 4: Does Alexander the Great Deserve His Reputation? (For Debate Four) Week Five Tues Sept 28 Lecture 5: The Empires of Persia 4

5 Lecture 6: The Unification of China Chapters 9 Issue 5: Did Christianity Liberate Women? (For Debate Five) Week Six Debate Four Issue 4: Does Alexander the Great Deserve His Reputation? Tues Oct 05 MIDTERM EXAM!! (One Hour) Lecture 7: State Society and the Quest for Salvation in India Debate Five Issue 5: Did Christianity Liberate Women? Chapters Issue Six: Were Internal Factors Responsible for the Fall of the Roman Empire? (For Debate Six on October 19) Week Seven Tues Oct 12 FALL BREAK: NO CLASS Week Eight Tues Oct 19 Chapters Lecture 8: Mediterranean Society under the Greeks and the Romans Debate Six: Issue Six: Were Internal Factors Responsible for the Fall of the Roman Empire? 5

6 Issue 7: Did the Byzantine Empire Benefit from the Rule of Justinian and Theodora? (For Debate Seven) Week Nine Tues Oct 26 Lecture 9: Cross Cultural Exchanges on the Silk Road Lecture 10: The Commonwealth of Byzantium Debate Seven Issue 7: Did the Byzantine Empire Benefit from the Rule of Justinian and Theodora? Chapter 14 Issue 9: Could the Crusades Be Considered a Christian Holy War? (For Debate Eight) Week Ten Tues Nov 02 Lecture 11: The Expansive Role of Islam Chapters 15 Issue 11: Did Women Benefit from the Renaissance? (For Debate 9) Week Eleven Debate Eight Issue 9: Could the Crusades Be Considered a Christian Holy War? Tues Nov 9 Lecture 12: The Resurgence of Empire in East Asia Debate Nine Issue 11: Did Women Benefit from the Renaissance? 6

7 Chapter 16 Issue 12: Was Zen Buddhism the Primary Shaper of the Samurai Warrior Code? (For Debate Ten) Week Twelve Tues Nov 16 Lecture 13: India and the Indian Ocean Basin Debate Ten Issue 12: Was Zen Buddhism the Primary Shaper of the Samurai Warrior Code? Chapter 18 Week Thirteen Tues Nov 23 Lecture 14: Nomadic Empires and Eurasian Integration No Debate: Class Ends After Lecture Chapters 19, 17, 20 Issue 13: Did China s World View Cause the Abrupt End of It s Voyages of Exploration? (For Debate Eleven) Week Fourteen Tues Nov 30 Lecture 15: State and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa Lecture 16: Christian Western Europe during the Middle Ages Debate Eleven: Issue 13: Did China s World View Cause the Abrupt End of It s Voyages of Exploration? 7

8 Chapter 21 : Class Choice! Write In: (for Debate Twelve) Choose from Issues 14-19! Week Fifteen Tues Dec 7 Chapter 22 Lecture 17: Worlds Apart: The Americas and Oceania Debate Twelve: Class Choice! Week Sixteen Tues Dec 14 Lecture 18: Reaching Out: Cross Cultural Interactions Final Exam Review and Pizza!!!! Final Exam The Final Exam: Tuesday Dec 21, 6:00-8:45PM Statement of Commitment As a member of the university, I pledge to Pursue academic excellence, Support open inquiry and civil expression, Listen respectfully to the viewpoints of others, Participate responsibly in the life of the community, Conserve and enhance the beauty of the campus, and Help members of the university realize their potential 8

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