HISTORY II FORM II. Textbook: Mortimer Chambers, et al. The Western Experience (Boston, McGraw Hill, 2007 Green and 2010 Brown editions)

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1 HISTORY II FORM II Textbook: Mortimer Chambers, et al. The Western Experience (Boston, McGraw Hill, 2007 Green and 2010 Brown editions) Prerequisites: Successful completion of History I, or its equivalent Course Description: History II is a survey course of World History from the Early Modern Age of the 16th century to the dawn of the 21st Century. The course is divided into four quarters and organized into chapters/units. Course Goals: After completing this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of the history of world civilizations, their interconnectedness, and that history still affects us all today. Course Objectives: Students will: Master a broad body of historical knowledge Demonstrate an understanding of historical chronology Use historical data to support an argument or position Differentiate between historiographical schools of thought Interpret and apply data from original documents Effectively use analytical skills of evaluation, cause and effect. Compare and contrast. Course Sequence (Weeks needed are approximate estimates) A. Chapter 13: Reformations in Religion Both editions (2 weeks) Causes of the Reformation Political and Religious consequences of Reformation

2 English Reformation Doctrines of Luther and Calvin compared to the Roman Catholic Church Catholic Reformation and the Council of Trent Analyze the central theological beliefs and practices of Luther, Calvin, and the Church; what were the differences, similarities and the consequences? B. Chapter 14: Economic Expansion and a New Politics- both editions (3 weeks) Compare and contrast the New Monarchies in England, France, and Spain Political, economic, and technological causes for exploration of the New World Primary Source Document Reading: Niccolo Machiavelli, excerpts from The Prince C. Chapters 15 and 16: Both Editions (5 weeks) War and Crisis Culture and Society in the Age of the Scientific Revolution Revolt in the Netherlands Causes and effects of the Thirty Years War How important was religion as a cause of the Thirty Years War? Stages of the Thirty Years War Richelieu and the Balance of Power

3 Progress and Resolution of the French Wars of Religion: Catherine de Medici, Saint Bartholomew s Day, Coligny, Henry IV, Edict of Nantes Peace of Westphalia Political, economic, and religious problems of James I and Charles I The English Civil War and Oliver Cromwell The end of the Golden Age of Spain Causes of the Scientific Revolution What was revolutionary about the Scientific Revolution? Political, military, economic, and religious implications of the Scientific Revolution Important people and ideas of the Scientific Revolution Developments in Art and Literature/Society/Popular Culture Primary Source Document Reading Rene Descartes, The Discourse on Method and Metaphysical Mediations zes D. Chapter 17: The Emergence of the European State System both editions (2 weeks) Definition and examples of absolutism under Louis XIV Louis XIV s domestic policy Wars of Louis XIV Social and economic problems of Louis XIV War of the Spanish Succession, role of William III, and the Treaty of Utrecht Rise of Prussia from the Great Elector to Frederick the Great Multi-national character of Habsburg lands and the attendant problems thereof Russia: Peter the Great, reforms from above, and westernization Domestic and Foreign Policy in Stuart Restoration

4 Glorious Revolution Changes in religious toleration in England Movement towards constitutionalism in England Seven Years War and it consequences, Military/International Affairs Political Philosophy: compare and contrast Thomas Hobbes and John Locke Contrast English political development with the development of one of the Absolutist monarchies. What were the long effects of these differing patterns of development? E. Chapters 18 and 19 both editions (3 weeks) The Wealth of Nations The Age of Enlightenment Economic and Demographic changes in the 18th century New economic theories, end of mercantilism, laissez-faire, Adam Smith The Beginnings of European Empire Define the Enlightenment/Age of Reason Philosophers: who were they and what did they say? New ideas in political and social theory Deism 18th century elite and popular culture Mary Wollstonecraft, Introduction to a Vindication of the Rights of Woman F. Chapter 20: The French Revolution- both editions (2 weeks)

5 Upheavals in the British Empire: The American Revolution Distant, Intermediate and immediate causes (social, economic, and political) French society before the revolution Birth of Nationalism Causes, Chronology, and Periodization Legislation in each period Committee on Public Safety and Reign of Terror Enduring consequences of the Revolution Primary Source Document Reading: Revolutionary France- The Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 1791 Semester Final Examination Second Semester G. Chapter 21: The Age of Napoleon- both editions (3 weeks) Rise of Napoleon: causes and consequences Napoleon s foreign and domestic policy The Napoleonic Wars Napoleon s revolution in Military affairs Write an essay in response to the question: To what extent can Napoleon be considered a legitimate heir to the ideals of the French Revolution?

6 H. Foundations of Nineteenth-Century Europe: Chapter 22 Brown Edition Foundations of the Nineteenth Century: Politics and Social Change: Chapter 22 Green Edition Learning to Live With Change: Chapter 23 Sections I and II Green Edition (2 Weeks) Congress of Vienna Age of Metternich Industrial Revolution: causes and development Inventions and Inventors Development of Capitalism Ricardo and Malthus Utopian Socialists Liberalism and how it changed over the course of the 19th century. John Stuart Mill and Jeremy Bentham Suffrage Reform, Corn Laws and Chartist Movement Labor and Factory Legislation Effects of the Industrial Revolution Chartist Movement: The People s Petition of 1838 zes I. Stages and Nations of the Nineteenth Century, : Chapter 23 Brown Edition Progress and Its Discontents, Chapter 24 Brown Edition National States and National Cultures: Chapter 24 Green Edition The Spread of Liberal Government: Chapter 23 Section 3 Green Edition (4 Weeks)

7 The Revolutions of 1830 Revolutions of 1848, especially in Prussia and Austria Frankfurt Assembly Rise of Napoleon III (France) and his domestic and foreign policies The Rise of Nationalism/The Crimean War Cavour, Garibaldi and the unification of Italy Bismarck and the unification of Germany Bismarck s domestic policy, especially suffrage, Kulturkampf, and socialism Bismarck s foreign policy before and after 1871 Jews: from emancipation to anti-semitism Franco-Prussian War Social and Political changes in Russia The Second Industrial Revolution Cultural relativism and other cultural and intellectual changes in the late 19 th century: science, psychology, anthropology Marx and Darwin Social and cultural changes in England, France, and Germany from : Belle Époque, Fin de Siecle, bras and bicycles History of feminism/arguments for women s suffrage Compare and contrast the women s movements of England, France, and Germany Class differences in the women s movement Development in the Arts Attacks on Liberal Civilization from the Left and the Right Paris Commune and the formation of the Third Republic (France) Political developments in Germany, Italy, Russia, Austria-Hungary, and Spain Great Britain: Edging to Democracy Thorstein Veblen, excerpt from The Theory of The Leisure Class zes J. 19th Century Empires: Chapter 25 Brown Edition, Chapter 26 Green Edition

8 World War I and the World It Created: Chapter 26 Brown Edition, Chapter 27 Green Edition (4 Weeks) The Decline of the Mercantile Colonial World New Sources of Colonial Legitimacy India and the Rise of British Sovereignty The Sick Men : The Ottoman Empire and China Expansion in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Rim The European Awakening in Africa The Scramble for Africa Conquest in Asia Governance, Race, Religion, Colonial Life, and the origins of liberation movements Alliance Systems Arms Race Goals and expectations of each combatant in 1914 Relative importance of the different causes of the war How the war was fought and won Goals and expectations of the U.S. when it entered the war Versailles Treaty/consequences The Other treaties Europe s diminished position- 1920s Postwar democracies/ International Relations- 1920s The Balfour Declaration, 1917 K. Chapter 27: Brown Edition Chapter 28: Green Edition The Great Twentieth Century Crisis (3 weeks)

9 Russia: Different radical groups and their competing ideologies Events leading up to February (or March) and October (or November) Revolution of 1917 How Lenin and the Bolsheviks take control Lenin s domestic and foreign policies, including war communism and NEP, Succession of Stalin, Stalin s domestic policies (toward nationalities, collective agriculture, kulaks, and factories) How Stalin consolidated his position as dictator and his fight with Trotsky The purges of the 1930s Stalin s foreign and domestic policies/the Five-Year Plans World economy in the Interwar period Role of the Great Depression in leading up to WWII Role of the Versailles Treaty in leading up to WWII How did Germany recover from defeat in World War I? Italian Fascism/Authoritarian Regimes/the Appeal of Fascism 20s/30s Culture, Science, Arts The Rise of Hitler and the Nazi takeover of Germany The Crisis of the Western Democracies Diplomatic road to War Adolf Hitler, excerpt from Mein Kampf L. Chapter 28: Brown Edition Chapter 29: Green Edition the Nightmare: World War II and its Aftermath (4 weeks) Events leading up to the outbreak of World War II The Years of Axis Victory

10 The Global Wars : The Triumph of the Allies The Holocaust American Investigators, from The Effects of Atomic Bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki zes M. Chapter 29: Europe in the Post War Era Brown Edition Chapter 30: Europe in the Global Era Brown Edition Chapter 30: The New Europe Green Edition (4 Weeks) Postwar: Rebuilding Europe Causes and course of the Cold War: Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, United Nations, Atomic Arms race, policy of containment Dismantling of colonialism by Britain and France French Politics in the 4th and 5th Republics, including role of De Gaulle Military conflicts of the Cold War Compare and Contrast US and USSR for domestic and foreign issues The individual economic recoveries of Britain, France, and Germany. Compare and contrast British, French, and German domestic issues. Social and Economic policy in Britain, France, and Germany Efforts to oppose Soviet domination in Eastern and Central Europe (Especially Hungary, Poland, Yugoslavia, and Czechoslovakia) Khrushchev s de-stalinization policy The Women s Movement Existentialism 20th century art, postmodernism Youth movement of the 60s

11 Literature, Music, Theater, Movies (Cinema) Détente Soviet Union under Brezhnev and Gorbachev The collapse of the Soviet Union/rise of nationalism in Russia and Eastern Europe The reunification of Germany Globalization of the Economy and Popular Culture Moves toward European Economic Unity and the rise of the EU Racism and demographic changes The Green movement/environmentalists Nationalism The Tactic of Terrorism Excerpt from the 9/11 Commission Report Or Pope John Paul II, from Centesimus Annus Final Examination Evaluation Grades are calculated on a cumulative point system, therefore every assignment, every quiz, and every test is important and must be completed on time. Class will be a combination of lecture, coverage of discussion questions, and answering student questions. Students will be responsible for keeping up with reading assignments and being aware of, and ready for, quizzes and tests. s will be a combination of objective and essay questions. Supplemental Materials Maps, readings, and other materials will be provided as required by the instructor

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