Copied and pasted instructions from professor: Attached Files: File American Empire and Spanish Am War.ppt (14.156 MB) Look through Music online class help

Copied and pasted instructions from professor:
Attached Files:
File American Empire and Spanish Am War.ppt (14.156 MB)

Look through the PP slides and for this journal assignment tell me why the US/Spain went to war in 1898. Also, who are the “Rough Riders”–Theodore Roosevelt a future president was a member of this group and as late as the 1970s three of its members are still alive. Finally who is Valeriano Weyler and what is the American “beef” with this Cuban dictator?

also separate paragraph Find a review of the book: The Private War of Benjamin Post–a memoir by an American soldier who participated in this short war. Tell me what it says?
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What was the “crisis” of Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century? How was WWI part of that

What was the “crisis” of Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century? How was WWI part of that crisis, and how was the treaty that ended the Great War an attempt to resolve that crisis? How were the dictatorships that arose an attempt to confront the breakdown of the European order? Be sure to use proper citation methods for quotations and summaries of others’ arguments or opinions. Please, use standard 1 inch margins, and make certain the pages are numbered. Bibliography at end.

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DISCUSSION QUESTION: When Constantine became Emperor, he issued the Edict of Milan in 313 C.E., which ended the Diocletian

History Assignment Help DISCUSSION QUESTION: When Constantine became Emperor, he issued the Edict of Milan in 313 C.E., which ended the Diocletian persecutions and guaranteed freedom of religion to all Romans, whether they chose to worship the Christian god or the Roman gods. When Theodosius I became Emperor some years later, he also issued a proclamation (The Theodosian Code) addressing the practice of religion in the empire. Please read the attached page, which consists of excerpts from both the Edict of Milan and the Theodosian Code.

CONSTANTINE.THEODOSIUS.pdf

After reading this, please once again address the question of how Christianity changed as it went from being persecuted and marginalized under Diocletian to becoming the official state religion of the Roman Empire.Does the reading change or enrich your thinking in any way?

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In a minimum of two pages and using the MLA format, explain how the Indian Removal Act of 1830

In a minimum of two pages and using the MLA format, explain how the Indian Removal Act of 1830 marked a dark spot in American history?

Incorporate at most two quotes in your paper (using the sandwich method) and do not forget to do a Work(s) Cited page for it.
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Please select FOUR identifications from the list below. Type a paragraph for each of the identifications you have selected

Please select FOUR identifications from the list below. Type a paragraph for each of the identifications you have selected describing the date (narrowed down to a century), the definition (who/what it is), and the historical significance of the term. Include a minimum of two quotes per identification from the Premodern East Asia text, the primary source readings listed in our Canvas modules, and/or the class lectures. You do not need to do outside research to complete your answers so do not quote from other outside sources for your answers.

Include an analysis of the quotes and appropriate Chicago-style citations for each identification. These citations should include superscriipt numbers at the end of quoted sentences that align with correspondingly numbered citations at the end of each identification. Please be sure to put your answers in your own words. Do not cut and paste your answers from Internet sources or submit the work of another student (or you will receive a zero). Each identification answer should be typed into one of the four text boxes provided on the exam.

List of Identifications (Select FOUR)

oracle bones
First Emperor
Ashoka
Empress Wu
Silla
Goguryo (Koguryo)
Jomon
Nara
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Overview Using relevant and trustworthy sources is a key element of conducting research in any field. Primary and secondary Essay

Overview
Using relevant and trustworthy sources is a key element of conducting research in any field. Primary and secondary sources provide information necessary for historians to develop theories or interpretations about the past. In this activity, you will explore the existing literature relevant to your research question and identify one primary and one secondary source that will help you answer your research question.

Please remember to review and keep all instructor feedback. Each module activity will prepare you for an aspect of your final project, and you will have a future opportunity to improve your work.

Prompt
Use the provided Module Two Activity Template: Primary and Secondary Sources Word Document to complete this activity. You will first discuss the differences between primary and secondary sources and articulate why using both are essential to historical research. You will then identify sources relevant to the research question you wrote in the previous module. Finally, you will identify a current event related to the subject of your historical research question.

Specifically, you must address the following rubric criteria:

Distinguish between primary and secondary sources.
What are the differences between them?
Explain why it is important to consult a variety of sources when conducting historical research.
Why should you avoid relying only on one type of source? What are the benefits of using a diversity of sources?
Identify one primary source that would help investigate your research question.
Using the HIS 100 Library Guide in the Shapiro Library, skim through the suggested resources or find your own. Ensure they are credible and relevant to your research question.
Identify one secondary source that would help investigate your research question.
Using the HIS 100 Library Guide in the Shapiro Library, skim through the suggested resources or find your own. Ensure they are credible and relevant to your research question.
Choose a current event related to the subject of your research question and explain how they are connected.
Read what you wrote in the previous module’s activity about how your historical topic is relevant to modern society. Using your response and what you have learned thus far about your topic, identify a specific current event that you feel is relevant to your research question. Then explain how the current event is connected to your research question. Keep in mind that the link between your topic and your current event will become clearer as you continue to research.
Guidelines for Submission
Submit the Module Two Activity Template: Primary and Secondary Sources. While references are not required, any sources used should be cited according to APA style if you reference them in your responses. Consult the Shapiro Library APA Style Guide for more information on citations.

Module Two Activity Rubric
Criteria Proficient (100%) Needs Improvement (75%) Not Evident (0%) Value
Primary vs. Secondary Sources Distinguishes between primary and secondary sources Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include correctly explaining differences between primary and secondary sources Does not attempt criterion 18
Variety of Sources Explains why it is important to consult a variety of sources when conducting historical research Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include explaining the importance of using a variety of sources or connecting sources specifically to historical research Does not attempt criterion 18
Primary Source Identifies one primary source that would help investigate the research question Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include choosing a primary source that is clearly relevant to the question or is more credible Does not attempt criterion 18
Secondary Source Identifies one secondary source that would help investigate the research question Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include choosing a secondary source that is clearly relevant to the question or is more credible Does not attempt criterion 18
Current Event Chooses a current event related to the subject of the research question and explains how they are connected Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors or omissions; areas for improvement may include choosing a current event, connecting the research question to the current event, or providing more support for the connection Does not attempt criterion 18
Articulation of Response Clearly conveys meaning with correct grammar, sentence structure, and spelling, demonstrating an understanding of audience and purpose Shows progress toward proficiency, but with errors in grammar, sentence structure, and spelling, negatively impacting readability The submission has critical errors in grammar, sentence structure, and spelling, preventing understanding of ideas 10
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Write an essay in response to the following prompt. When you are done, click the “Submit Quiz” button on

History Assignment Help Write an essay in response to the following prompt. When you are done, click the “Submit Quiz” button on the bottom right-hand corner of the screen. Organize your answer into an introduction, body paragraphs, and a conclusion. Utilize 12-point font and be sure to answer every part of the essay question drawing on information from the Premodern East Asia text, the primary source readings, and/or the class lectures. Explain and analyze quotes related to the essay topic to help support your answer. You do not need to do outside research to complete your answers so do not quote from other outside sources for your essay response.

Include an analysis of the quotes and appropriate Chicago-style citations as part of your essay. These citations should include superscriipt numbers at the end of quoted sentences that align with correspondingly numbered citations at the end of your essay. Please be sure to put your answers in your own words. Do not cut and paste your answers from Internet sources or submit the work of another student (or you will receive a zero).

Essay Question
Why do you think Buddhism became such an influential religion in East Asia? As part of your analysis, describe the rise of Buddhism in India, the main teachings of the faith, and its appeal. Analyze how the religion spread to East Asia and consider the political, religious, and cultural impact of Buddhism on two of the following countries: China, Korea, and/or Japan. Be sure to incorporate a minimum of three quotes from the class text, primary sources, or class lectures that are appropriate to your analysis. Explain and analyze the quotes to help support your answer. Provide Chicago-style citations that include page numbers at the end of your submission for sources referenced in the essay.

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The instructions are to write a 3 paged essay in which you discuss the similarities and differences between the

The instructions are to write a 3 paged essay in which you discuss the similarities and differences between the two essays, especially the speeches by Hannibal and Scipio.
Also, what do you notice about the tone and arguments of the speakers in the two passages? Use specific examples to back up your assertions. I will be attaching two files of the two essays that need to be compared.

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an essay 500 words ( What were President Wilson’s worst mistakes at the conclusion of World War1 ?) and answer to 8 questions.

Must use only the provided pdf file for this assignment. This seminar worksheet is intended to guide you through the process of drafting an essay response to the following question: “What were President Wilson’s worst mistakes at the conclusion of World War I?” Drafting detailed and well-written responses to the 8 questions in this worksheet is intended to prepare students for Part 2 of the upcoming Module 3 Test. Questions: 1) In short paragraph, introduction the historical topic that is being discussed in this collection of readings. 2) State a Thesis. In a single, clear and concise sentence, answer the following question: “What were President Wilson’s worst mistakes at the conclusion of World War I?” 3) Supporting Argument 1. These readings mention several of the aims and objectives that President Wilson hoped to achieve through America’s entry into the First World War. What were they, and how do they appear to have guided his approach to the negotiations at the Paris Peace Conferences? 4) Supporting Argument 2. This article mentions several historical figures that had a significant influence on American foreign policy during and after the First World War. In a short paragraph, comment on how the aims and objectives of President Wilson’s foreign policy faced significant opposition, both at home in the United States and from the other countries involved in the Paris Peace Conferences. 5) “In part owing to stinging Republican criticism of ‘peace without victory’ and, later, the Fourteen Points as the basis for the postwar settlement, [Wilson] refused to discuss plans for the League in any concrete detail throughout the period of American belligerency. He also neglected to lay essential political groundwork at home. By the autumn of 1918, important segments among both the conservative and progressive internationalists had grown disenchanted with Wilson.” (Major Problems in American Foreign Relations, 445) Support the above quote using historical examples from the readings, with particular emphasis on the Congressional midterm elections of 1918. In the final sentence of this paragraph, relate this material back to the issue of Wilson’s worst mistakes at the conclusion of World War I.[supanova_question]

the role of an individual who supported the American Revolution (a Patriot or Whig)

This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin®.
Instructions
A Short Paper Assignment allows you to demonstrate your research skills to your instructor and to receive feedback that will benefit you when you write research papers for future courses. With this assignment, you will learn how to do proper research and write a short paper.

Your topic must be the the same topic approved by your instructor in Week 3.

This short paper is at least three double-spaced pages of text (Times New Roman, font size 12) and you must consult a minimum of two academically credible sources. Your bibliography and citations may be in APA, MLA, or Chicago Style format. Students majoring in history must use Chicago Style format.

The short paper needs to be turned in through the assignment section for grading. If you use any of the information from your sources word-for-word, you must cite the source by using endnotes, footnotes, or parenthetical citations. If you read the information and write it in your own words and it is not common knowledge, then you must cite the source because you are paraphrasing someone’s information.

The short paper must include a cover page with your name, course number and course title, instructor’s name, and date. You must also include a bibliography at the end of your paper. While composing your paper, use proper English. Do not use abbreviations, contractions, passive voice, or first/ second person (I, you, we, our, etc). Before submitting your paper, check your grammar and use spell check. Remember, the way you talk is not the way you write a paper. Please label your paper as follows: lastnamefirstnameHIST101ShortPaper.
You have been divided into two groups. For this discussion, Group A (Last name A-L) will assume the role of an individual who supported the American Revolution (a Patriot or Whig),

Loyalist James Chalmers, under the pseudonym of Candidus, wrote Plain Truth in response to Thomas Paine’s famous pamphlet Common Sense. You can select the enclosed link to read Thomas Paine at Gutenberg Project. Then read the excerpted text from Chalmers, shaping your statement in support or in opposition to Chalmers’ argument.

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The course will include one ten-page paper, which will include sourced material. Note that this paper will be required

History Assignment Help The course will include one ten-page paper, which will include sourced material. Note that this paper will be required to be in Times New Roman font at the 12 -point scale. Students must use correct grammar and demonstrate historical knowledge and analysis in order to receive full credit for their papers.
The paper will be divided into three parts.

1/ The first part is your descriiption of an actual historical event: Herbert Hoover and the Stock market crash.
2/ The second part is you will change a part of that event and how that affected the outcome. This means an actual change with reason. It isn’t enough to say “slavery did not exist”, I need to know why in your new history it never occurred. For example, Hitler did not invade Moscow because he had more accurate intel about the Russian defenders on the European front.
3/In The third part you must expand on what that change has meant to the rest of history to the present day. Think logically about the repercussions, both for good or ill. Using the above for example Germany not exposing it to a two-front war concentrates on Britain and conquers it. Germany then invades Russia, but not during the winter, and with the full Nazi force overwhelming the Russians, allows them to take over the country.
There will be a sample paper accessible on my Learning Web page.

Requirements

There will be a topic paper. This will be a part of your grade. You are free to choose with some constraints, what you may be considering to change, and some ramifications. This paper will be typed with a possible topic, at least one bibliography of titles that you looked at. The window for this paper is slight, it will not be accepted one week before the full paper or afterward.

At least three outside sources (Wikipedia is not a source), meaning other than your textbooks. These can be from any form (Book, article, internet) as long as they are properly sourced in either endnotes or footnotes.
Font is Times New Roman size 12
Endnotes or footnotes are to be used, not parenthetical citation.
Pages must be numbered. Placement does not matter.
Preferred spacing is 1.5, but double spacing is acceptable as long as the page count is ten full pages.
Page count is ten pages. Anything below that will be marked off. If you try to expand your page count by not following the above rules, your paper will be marked off. Illustrations, graphs, tables and the like will not count to page count.
Any subject matter is allowed as long as it is well researched and conforms to the course. If you do not it is an automatic failure. The only exception to this is the slight overlap of 1301 and 1302. If you do want to do a paper that is slightly beyond the course please talk to me. If you write a paper about WWII and you are taking 1301 you will fail.
I do not want to hear a political screed. For example, if you write a paper about the legalization of marijuana, that paper needs to be well researched, documented, and show an understanding of historical materials. If all that you give me are reasons why it should be a certain way no matter what the subject matter is, it will be an automatic failure. Please note, that this isn’t a ban against controversial subjects, but rather a suggestion that if you do a controversial subject that it be very well researched and written.
Amount of pages devoted to each chapter is subjective. You should devote your bulk of your paper to the first section with some devotion to the second and third sections being a couple pages. Do not give section two and three two small paragraphs at the end of page ten that will be considered inadequate for the assignment. Ideally you should have five pages for your first section, two your second, and three for your third, but that is only a loose page count. Also, please note that there isn’t a penalty for going over the page count.
Grammar and spelling will only count if errors are excessive. A few errors are okay. Do realize that spell check does not catch everything.
No orphans, which are the one sentence of a paragraph on a new page. If this occurs, please edit.
Papers should have a cover sheet, with name, date, and class period. I have other classes and if I don’t know which class you are in it may cause some problems. Note that the cover sheet does not count towards the page count. Also do not put cover sheet information on your first page.
Papers should have a bibliography. The bibliography is separate from your endnotesor footnotes. Note that the bibliography does not count towards the page count.

Grade Scale :
No Topic Paper- 10 points
No Sourcing. If you do not source facts, quotes or ideas not your own, it is automatically -40 points
Parenthetical citation instead of footnotes or endnotes: -10 Points
Quotes Misuse (of Authors) instead of putting it in your own words: -10
Page Count: -5 points per missing page. Please note that any tricks to increase page count will also be counted and graded against page count.
Excessive grammatical and/or spelling errors: -10 points
Inconstancy in spacing, format, sourcing, etc: -10 points
No Bibliography/Work Cited: -10 points
Three Outside Sources: -20 points per source
Wikipedia as a source: -10 points
No Cover Sheet: -10 points
Cover Sheet Information on Page 1: -5 pts
Pages not Numbered: -5 pts
Inadequate or no Binding: -5 pts
Not enough material dedicated to Part I: -30 points
Not enough material dedicated to Part II: -15 points
Not enough material dedicated to Part III -15 points
Political Screed without historical backing: Automatic Failure
Not on topic for an American History Class: Automatic Failure
Plagiarism: Automatic Failure of Paper and Course, with recommendation for probation or dismissal from the college system
Paper Turned in after 24 hour grace period: -10 points per week
No Paper Turned in: 0 for Assignment
As it is evident in the grading scale it is possible to receive a grade in the negative range. However, since you made the effort of writing the paper, if your work contains many errors that cause multiple deductions, I will stop at the grade of 20.

Sources: All materials that are facts, quotes or ideas not the student’s own must be sourced in the appropriate manner utilizing endnotes or footnotes. If not properly sourced the material could be considered plagiarism. Please note that Wikipedia will not be considered an appropriate source. A primary source is a document or physical object, which was written or created during the specific time under study. It is eyewitness testimony. Some types of primary sources include original documents, creative works, and artifacts. A secondary source analyzes primary sources. These sources are one or more steps removed from the event. Secondary sources are mainly publications (textbooks, magazine articles, non fiction books, encyclopedias). This is extremely important. You must source, if you recall the Grading scale, if you do not source facts, quotes, or ideas not your own, your paper will be deducted 40 points. It costs so much because as mentioned without sourcing your paper can be considered plagiarism. Your Bibliography or Work Cited page is not sourcing. The point of a source is to tell me exactly what page of a book you found the particular fact, quote, or idea not your own to give proper credit to the writer of that work.

Endnotes/Footnotes: There are several different styles such as MLA to write papers with. Style chosen is your preference but be consistent. That being said, there will be no parenthetical citation. The differences between footnotes and endnotes are where you put the information. Footnotes are at the bottom of the page and endnotes will be put at the end on a separate piece of paper that will not count towards your page count. For example this sentence will be referenced with a notation in the text. 1 See below for Example of Footnote. If the source is used multiple times cite the author 2. However if you have multiple books by the same author also put in the specific title of the book.

Quotes: Quotes are what a person directly stated, not what an author wrote. Lincoln said “Four score and seven years ago. If you are using information gained from a book, article, or website; put the information in your own words, then source it.

Bibliography: This is separate from endnotes. You will put the bibliographic information of your sources. The difference between the two is the bibliography is the book you used whereas the footnotes or endnotes is the specific pages that you are getting your information from.

Example: Author, Book/Article Name

Publication City: Publisher/Website, Publication Date

Publication City: Publisher/Website, Publication Date

1 Author, Book/Article Name

(Publication City: Publisher/Website, Publication Date) page numbers

2 Author, new pages

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Document Analysis Assignment This exercise in close reading asks you to compare assigned primary sources and substantiate a clear

Document Analysis Assignment

This exercise in close reading asks you to compare assigned primary sources and substantiate a clear argument based on internal evidence:

Sources:
J. Riis, How the Other Half Lives (https://www.gutenberg.org/files/45502/45502-h/45502-h.htm)
M. Antin, The Promised Land (https://digital.library.upenn.edu/women/antin/land/land.html)
A. Crosland, The Jazz Singer (https://2kmovie.cc/watch-movie/watch-the-jazz-singer-free-5546.5313940)

Answer one of the following questions in 400-500 words:
1. How do Antin and Crosland present the role of religion in the society that European immigrants encountered upon their arrival in the early twentieth century? Do they portray that society as more religious or more secular?

2. Compare the representation of New York’s Lower East Side in Riis’s photojournalism in 1880 and Crosland’s film from the 1920s. Consider both interior and exterior space in finding interesting points of similarity or difference between the two.

3. Compare the views of Riis and Antin on the question of whether and how Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe might integrate into the social and economic life of the United States

Other instructions:
• Make sure that your argument appears clearly in the first paragraph.
• Support your argument exclusively with evidence from the assigned texts.
• Consider the entirety of each reading assignment in making your argument –
showcase your grasp of the reading by reaching beyond obvious examples.
Avoid elaborate introductions; get straight to the point.
Do not waste your word allotment on lengthy quotations. Try to break up quotations, and to incorporate them into your own sentences.
Make sure you understand the meaning of every word you choose.
You need not include a title page or an essay title.
You need not use footnotes or endnotes. Whenever you quote from the assigned reading or refer to a specific moment in the text, simply indicate the page # from the original text (rather the pagination of the Reader) in brackets after the quotation or after the closing punctuation of your sentence.
Do not refer to these documents as novels (even though one of them is indeed a work of fiction).
Essays should be double-spaced, proof-read, and submitted by 5 pm on Wednesday March 16.
Late papers will be penalized by one partial grade (e.g., a B becomes a B-). No papers will be accepted after Friday March 18 at 5 pm.

Grading rubric:

A papers
1. answer the question as posed;
2. make a clear argument;
3. provide compelling evidence from the texts;
4. show a good grasp of the texts;
5. are clearly and correctly written.
Pluses and minuses reflect how interesting, original, or insightful the argument is.
B papers do some but not all of the five things listed above
C papers do no more than one of the four things and may show some misunderstanding of the texts or the assigned question
D papers don’t make sense and are sloppy and perfunctory
F papers are not even submitted

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This is due at 11pm but I can’t put that time. I attached the sources to provide in the

This is due at 11pm but I can’t put that time. I attached the sources to provide in the work. Do not put word for word but do cite.
http://www.americanyawp.com/reader/the-market-revolution/blacksmith-apprentice-contract-1836/

Go to page 198 and pull 2 different citations and provide in work. Cite like this (Yawp, page #).
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Required Resources Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 2, 4 Lesson Minimum of 1 scholarly source

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

Textbook: Chapter 2, 4
Lesson
Minimum of 1 scholarly source (in addition to the textbook)
See additional required resources within the option instructions.

Instructions
For this assignment, select one of the following options:

Option 1: Imperialism
The exploitation of colonial resources and indigenous labor was one of the key elements in the success of imperialism. Such exploitation was a result of the prevalent ethnocentrism of the time and was justified by the unscientific concept of social Darwinism, which praised the characteristics of white Europeans and inaccurately ascribed negative characteristics to indigenous peoples. A famous poem of the time by Rudyard Kipling, “White Man’s Burden,” called on imperial powers, and particularly the U.S., at whom the poem was directed, to take up the mission of civilizing these “savage” peoples.

Read the poem at the following link:

Link (website): White Man’s Burden (Links to an external site.) (Rudyard Kipling)
After reading the poem, address the following in a case study analysis:

Select a specific part of the world (a country), and examine imperialism in that country. What was the relationship between the invading country and the native people? You can select from these examples or choose your own:
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Prompt: In the context of this text, were columbus’ intentions good? Was his treatment of the natives fair? Why

History Assignment Help Prompt: In the context of this text, were columbus’ intentions good? Was his treatment of the natives fair? Why or why not?

Article: Because my undertakings have attained success, I know that it will be pleasing to you: these I have determined to relate, so that you may be made acquainted with everything done and discovered in this our voyage. On the thirty-third day after I departed from Cadiz, I came to the Indian sea, where I found many islands inhabited by men without number, of all which I took possession for our most fortunate king, with proclaiming heralds and flying standards, no one objecting.
To the first of these I gave the name of the blessed Saviour, on whose aid relying I had reached this as well as the other islands. But the Indians called it Guanahany. I also called each one of the others by a new name. For I ordered one island to be called Santa Maria of the Conception, another Fernandina, another Isabella, another Juana, and so on with the rest.…
This island [Juana] is surrounded by many very safe and wide harbors, not excelled by any others that I have ever seen. Many great and salubrious rivers flow through it. There are also many very high mountains there. All these islands are very beautiful, and distinguished by various qualities; they are accessible, and full of a great variety of trees stretching up to the stars; the leaves of which I believe are never shed, for I saw them as green and flourishing as they are usually in Spain in the month of May; some of them were blossoming, some were bearing fruit, some were in other conditions; each one was thriving in its own way. The nightingale and various other birds without number were singing, in the month of November, when I was exploring them.
There are besides in the said island Juana seven or eight kinds of palm trees, which far excel ours in height and beauty, just as all the other trees, herbs, and fruits do. There are also excellent pine trees, vast plains and meadows, a variety of birds, a variety of honey, and a variety of metals, excepting iron. In the one which was called Hispana, …there are great and beautiful mountains, vast fields, groves, fertile plains, very suitable for planting and cultivating, and for the building of houses.
The convenience of the harbors in this island, and the remarkable number of rivers contributing to the healthfulness of man, exceed belief, unless one has seen them. The trees, pasturage, and fruits of this island differ greatly from those of Juana. This Hispana, moreover, abounds in different kinds of spices, in gold, and in metals.…
All these people lack, as I said above, every kind of iron; they are also without weapons, which indeed are unknown.…
They are of simple manners and trustworthy, and very liberal with everything they have, refusing no one who asks for anything they may possess, and even themselves inviting us to ask for things. They show greater love for all others than for themselves; they give valuable things for trifles, being satisfied even with a very small return, or with nothing; however, I forbade that things so small and of no value should be given to them, such as pieces of plate, dishes and glass, likewise keys and shoestraps; although if they were able to obtain these, it seemed to them like getting the most beautiful jewels in the world.…
In all these islands there is no difference in the appearance of the people, nor in the manners and language, but all understand each other mutually; a fact that is very important for the end which I suppose to be earnestly desired by our most illustrious king, that is, their conversion to the holy religion of Christ, to which in truth, as far as I can perceive, they are very ready and favorably inclined….
In all these islands, as I have understood, each man is content with only one wife, except the princes or kings, who are permitted to have twenty. The women appear to work more than the men. I was not able to find out surely whether they have individual property, for I saw that one man had the duty of distributing to the others, especially refreshments, food, and things of that kind.…
Truly great and wonderful is this, and not corresponding to our merits, but to the holy Christian religion, and to the piety and religion of our sovereigns, because what the human understanding could not attain, that the divine will has granted to human efforts. For God is wont to listen to his servants who love his precepts, even in impossibilities, as has happened to us on the present occasion, who have attained that which hitherto mortal men have never reached.…
These things that have been done are thus briefly related. Farewell, Lisbon, the day before the ides of March.
— Christopher Columbus, admiral of the Ocean fleet

Outline:
Title
claim/topic sentence
quote intro
quote
analysis/comments
concluding sentence

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Watch and review the film posted below. You should review your entire experience. You can discuss what you expected

Watch and review the film posted below. You should review your entire experience. You can discuss what you expected it to be versus what it really was. Also include how you felt about the the film and topic discussed. I want your opinions. This film review should be at least 200 words double spaced. Describe how the film made you feel and why. Discuss whether you would recommend it and why or why not. Also consider your feelings towards President Lincoln before and after this film.

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Prompt: What was the author’s thesis? How and why did religion play a central role in society? How does

Prompt: What was the author’s thesis? How and why did religion play a central role in society? How does this knowledge impact your ideas and influences your perspective of social responsibility (to include intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities) and personal responsibility (to include the ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to ethical decision-making).
Thesis – what is changing? Social geography? Business owner/worker relations?
Connections of culture (especially religion) to the economy, society?
Be sure to include in-text examples/references to illustrate your commentary
Should you need to use direct quotes from the book make sure you cite using “— — ——- –” (p. enter page number where quote given in book).[supanova_question]

Your essay needs to be two to four pages. Two pages is the MINIMUM. This does not include the Essay

Your essay needs to be two to four pages. Two pages is the MINIMUM. This does not include the heading or any bibliographic content. You will be graded on content and proper writing form. Your essay is worth 100 points towards your final grade. Type needs to be double-spaced and at 10 or 12 point font, Arial or Times New Roman.
The essay should be written on War and the Economy. I will not be looking for another retelling of history. I will be looking at your writing form and most importantly, your opinion based on historical fact. A few ideas for your thesis include- If you look at war, you could look at Wilson’s war for profit attitude and compare that attitude to leaders of our time. You might look at what events and attitudes Wilsonian policy led to in the following decades. And you are not limited to these examples. I am not looking for another version of history. I am looking for your critical thinking. I am looking for your thoughts on the subject. In the two to four pages of your essay, I will look at and grade you on your critical thinking and writing content.
A few pointers on what not to do.
1.You will lose points if you write in the first person or write in the present tense. This is a history paper and the events took place in the past.
2. There is no writing in the first person
3.Give your essay a title. Underline the title please. Even if you title your work, MIdtern Essay.
A few writing pointers you will find helpful as you continue in college and into the business world. These ‘pet peeves’ will not cost you points unless the paper is simply difficult to read.
1.Spell out contractions. Example: don’t = do not. Didn’t = did not.
2.Limit your use of descriiptives. He, she, they, and so on are acceptable. Do not rely on these in your essay. Example: DO NOT write…’He pioneered the method as he…” Instead you will write …”Ford pioneered the method as he…”
3.The word IT. There is a person, place, thought, or object that IT describes. Take the time and make the effort to describe IT.
EDIT….I do not know how you can write on the topic of your choice without some outside research. I do not require a minimum number of outside sources, but I highly recommend using them. DO NOT use and cite Wikipedia. Use legitimate sites and publications. If you are not sure of what makes a legitimate source, ask me. As I mention in the above video, use MLA formatting for your essay. Also cite your textbook in your works cited page. Make sure you properly cite in the body of the essay where needed.[supanova_question]

review on Violette Nozière: A Story of Murder in 1930s

History Assignment Help Instructions :
Maza’s Violette Nozière. For this assignment, you must both accurately summarize the book AND identify and evaluate the persuasiveness of the author’s historical argument/s. What is the author trying to convince the reader of (by utilizing the material she gathered)? Are you convinced by her historical argument? In your conclusion, comment on how the book adds to your previous knowledge about the experiences of women in everyday life, or the historical era in question.
Format: 5 pages 12-point font, Times New Roman or similar, double-spaced, 1-inch margins, an imaginative/creative title, page numbers, footnote citations (see below for an example or the Rampolla, A Pocket Guide to Writing in History, Chapter 7, “Footnote Guide,” PDF on Blackboard). Papers will be reduced one letter grade for improper footnote style (ex. A to A-). Papers will be reduced one letter grade for failing to include a bibliography (ex. A to A-).
N.B.: A well-organized paper will have a strong introductory paragraph with a clearly stated thesis. It will feature transitions between paragraphs and topic sentences for each paragraph. Each paragraph will explore an aspect of your thesis statement and will then support/explain that aspect with evidence from the texts. Instead of dropping nice quotes in from the texts, explain why they are meaningful, or how they fit in with your argument and thesis.
Your paper must have citations throughout. The discipline of history is about finding sources, explaining what they mean, and giving them due credit. A paper without quotations, analysis, and footnotes (in this case, you’re citing the book you’ve read), will not score well.
Guidelines for Writing in History

While you may use the personal pronoun of “I” when you write, only do so in the conclusion paragraph. Given the specifics of these writing assignments, the conclusion is the best place for “I.”
Body paragraphs should contain at least two quotes (if not more) and/or citations from the text, which you should cite with footnotes.
Paraphrase and cite (footnote) information from the text that you can easily reword yourself.1
Quote and cite (footnote) information that has been written in such a way that your own words could never
do it justice. In other words, “Do quote if the words of the original are especially memorable.”2
Avoid block quotations. These papers are short; you should save space to highlight your own analysis.
Footnotes should look something like the footnote below, at the bottom of this page:
a. A footnote number is placed AFTER the period of the sentence that contains the first reference, paraphrase,
or quoted text from the book. The footnote is placed after the punctuation. You should indent footnotes by one tab after you create them in Word. You create them by going to the top menu tool bar [supanova_question]

ESSAY Write a 500-to-800-word argument-based essay in response to ONE of the following prompts: On westward expansion: In the

ESSAY

Write a 500-to-800-word argument-based essay in response to ONE of the following prompts:

On westward expansion: In the 1830s through the Civil War, what were the TWO or THREE most important impacts of westward expansion on the US? Consider how the movement of the US westward impacted politics, economics (how the US made money and how money was distributed), beliefs/ideas, and Americans’ daily lives.

In your essay, pose a clear, strong argument and support it with examples from diverse groups of peoples alive during the early to mid 1800s. (You can’t cover everyone and every time period, but do cover a solid range of peoples.) Use a variety of sources viewed in Modules due between 2/24 and 3/8 to demonstrate evidence of your argument.

Helpful Links:
https://youtu.be/83eJfEFFZ74

https://www.americanyawp.com/text/12-manifest-destiny/

https://www.pbs.org/wnet/african-americans-many-rivers-to-cross/video/the-cotton-economy-and-slavery/[supanova_question]

***Only use the source attached. No external sources.*** Potential topic: How Mughal Architecture brought people together. Look at Fatehpur

***Only use the source attached. No external sources.***

Potential topic: How Mughal Architecture brought people together. Look at Fatehpur Sikri, Taj Mahal, etc…

The stronger essay will be one which is clearly and thoughtfully argued and well supported by specific examples from the historical secondary source and primary source literature we have read in class. When quoting specific written texts, always remember to introduce the source and the original writer/author or orators and provide accurate citation information. Please cite any references, whether direct quotations or paraphrasing of sources, with parenthetical, in-text citations. You should also provide a Works Cited/Bibliography page at the end of your essay[supanova_question]

NEED TO USE SHERIDAN PORTAL, https://source.sheridancollege.ca/lls/ AND HAVE 5 SECONDARY SOURCES AND 5 PRIMARY SOURCES, PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY

NEED TO USE SHERIDAN PORTAL, https://source.sheridancollege.ca/lls/ AND HAVE 5 SECONDARY SOURCES AND 5 PRIMARY SOURCES, PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS EXACTLY AND IF I LIKE YOUR WRITING AND I DO GOOD YOU WILL BE CONTINUING ON WITH THIS ASSIGNMENT FOR ME CZ THIS IS ONLY PART 1, FOR OW YOU ARE ONLY DOING THE PART THAT IS DUE MARCH 13TH IN THE DOC[supanova_question]

should be honored with an exhibit at Ft. Monroe VA

History Assignment Help Element 1: Visual Design/Infographic
This project is about public history and how we commemorate the past, so you will create a visual piece or infographic of some kind. This will be your visual depiction of how you would design a commemoration of the topic area you chose. It can be a museum exhibit, a monument, a statue, a mural, a historical site tour, or another type of historical commemoration. Using “Google Drawing,” “Canva,” markers and paper, Prezi, a PowerPoint, or other programs, please include the following in your visual design/infographic:
1. A clear title of your Visual Design/Infographic;
2. A contemporary design that connects what you want to emphasize about this history of your chosen topic;
3. At least three specific examples of the history of your topic area represented visually. Consider how you would visually commemorate specific aspects of history. Depending on what you’re designing, this could be actual historical materials in a museum exhibit (documents, tools, clothing, etc.) or it could be the posture and setting for a monument/statue or it could be the elements you would choose to include in a mural or historical site tour. Feel free to include photographs, charts, art work, etc. If you are working on a statue or monument, you will have to include sketches and plans for the statue or monument.
4. A descriiptive caption for each of the examples; and
5. Artistic flair and design elements.

Grading Criteria for the Written Memo:

Write a memo to give context and detail for your Visual Design. This memo should be about 800 to 1,000 words (three or four double-spaced pages in a word doc program). Make sure to include the following in your memo:
1. A clear one-to-three-sentence thesis that argues why your topic/subject should be part of a public history display;
2. The broader historical context for your topic. This is why you did the research, so explain what your research reveals about this historical topic;
3. The rationale for your design in particular. “Sell” your design to your reader by explaining what your design does that is new and contemporary;
4. Evidence to back up your thesis. Give examples of why your topic mattered in history. Examine why your topic is important enough to commemorate and learn about today. Connect this evidence to what you have proposed in your design or redesign. This should include paraphrased material, statistics, and direct quotes from different sources; and
5. In-text citations (MLA format) in the paper or footnotes (Chicago Style) and a “Works Cited” page at the end of the memo that includes at least five sources. The Works Cited page should use either MLA or Chicago Style format.
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For this paper I would like you to use the source provide, that you will summarize and assess in

For this paper I would like you to use the source provide, that you will summarize and assess in less than 500 words. compared the sources. Your chief goal will be to explain and assess the information in each source about the alleged crime, or about the trial.
In the paper, introduce your topic and what sources you will be analyzing in the paper. Once you’ve explained what each said, assess the information. What do they agree or disagree on? What seems more or less problematic to you about the source itself as authority on the subject? What do you think is more or less plausible, and why? If you cannot tell, that is completely acceptable as a conclusion, just say so and say why: what is keeping you from feeling confident? There should be a brief introduction and conclusion, an introduction that explains what you are going to write about and why, and a conclusion that sums up your views on the materials and what they tell us about the crime or the trial. You can just put in parentheses a short title of whatever source you are discussing as reference, to prove your claims: (Froissart) (Denis)[supanova_question]

The first part consists of identifications of historical people, places or events. You will answer four of six identifications

The first part consists of identifications of historical people, places or events. You will answer four of six identifications in paragraph or bullet form. You need to provide a significant amount of detail on each of your answers to the identifications from both the lectures and the readings. Usually answers run about 100-150 words per identification answer. Each identification is worth up to 10 points each, with a total possibility of 40 points for the first section of the exam.

The second part of the exam is an essay covering broad themes for what we have covered so far in our class. You will answer one of two essay questions. Please be sure to provide detailed examples from both the lectures and the readings. In general, your essays should be around 350-450 words long. The maximum points for the essay will be 60.[supanova_question]

This paper is for a graduate level history course. The paper must include: – 4 books total – The

This paper is for a graduate level history course. The paper must include:
– 4 books total
– The books should not be more than 20 years old. (2002-2022)
– The books must approach the subject of slavery and emancipation in the Americas, broadly defined, through a comparative lens
– The paper must be size 12 font, Times New Roman (4550 Words)
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discuss the causes and the outcome of the Opium Wars.

History Assignment Help Hi, this is an essay on China’s Encounter with Europe a History module. I have 8 questions as options and will be pasting it in here. If you would like to do another question and not the one I’ve chosen, that’s fine by me too. Do let me know which you would like to do as soon as possible. I would also like to request an essay plan, a very short 3-400 words and the instructions will be followed too. Do let me know if you need to add more charges to this order.

First you are required to submit an essay plan (300-400 words maximum) by the end of week 8, Friday 18th March 2022 and then submit final essay (2000 words) by the date indicated in your timetable for the Assessment Period 2.

You will not be able to complete the assignment without writing the essay plan, which needs to be approved by the module convenor.

The maximum combined length of the essay is 2000 words.

What is ‘The Great Divergence’ and what are its possible causes?

Analyze and discuss the main characteristics and the relevant challenges of the Jesuits (such as Matteo Ricci and Père du Halde) in their approach to Chinese culture.

Analyze and discuss the phenomenon of Chinoiserie, offering also a few practical examples.

What was the rationale for the Lord Macartney’s mission to the court of Emperor Qianlong?

What can we learn from the relationship between the ‘Old’ Silk Road and ‘New’ Silk Road (if you want you can concentrate more on one or the other)?

Analyse and discuss the causes and the outcome of the Opium Wars.

What can we learn from the study of Tianjin’s foreign concessions’ area?

Analyze and discuss China’s major contributions to the West, both in terms of ideas and trade products.

How to write an essay plan

Problem statement (2-3 sentences)
The main aim (1 sentence)
Statement on the theories and/or concepts (therefore the scholars) your essay will analyse and build upon (1-2 sentences)
Key research questions [i.e. your angle of analysis (1 maximum 2 points)
Statement on the methods: which methods will you use and why (1-2 sentences)[supanova_question]

Question: “deal with two Central Asian “republics” during the period of Stalin’s rule. They view these “republics” as Soviet Russian colonies. Based on the readings, do you think these places were colonies, as you understand the term? Why or why not?” Please focus on the “The Politics of Dependence” (94-96 according to document PAGE numbers)

300-words paragraph. Question: “deal with two Central Asian “republics” during the period of Stalin’s rule. They view these “republics” as Soviet Russian colonies. Based on the readings, do you think these places were colonies, as you understand the term? Why or why not?” Please focus on the “The Politics of Dependence” (file 1, 94-96 according to document PAGE numbers)| Please DO NOT PLAGIARISE others’ works.|[supanova_question]

July 11, 2022 protest in Cuba How this protest started? Is Cuba communist or socialist and how? how Cubans

July 11, 2022 protest in Cuba
How this protest started? Is Cuba communist or socialist and how? how Cubans got until that situation? How do social media contribute? Did this end up benefiting Cuba? What situation or crisis caused the protest?
The presenters will also create and distribute one question each pertaining to their subject matter. (These questions should be based on events the students are presenting)[supanova_question]

Instructions Letter to a Family Member For this assignment, you will write a letter to a fictional family member;

Instructions
Letter to a Family Member
For this assignment, you will write a letter to a fictional family member; where the family member lives is your choice.
You currently live in Colonial America in 1776, immediately after the Declaration of Independence has been announced throughout the colonies. Where you live in Colonial America is your choice.
In your letter, you will identify yourself as a loyalist or a patriot, and discuss whether the political actions taken by King George III or the Continental Congress were enough. Discuss how the people in your colony are feeling and reacting to the acts that have been imposed. Briefly describe the economic, political, and social impacts you will face; what actions will you take as the 13 colonies and Great Britain wage war?
Your assignment must be a minimum of two pages in length.
APA Style will not be required for this assignment, unless directly quoting. Colloquial tone is permitted.
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Below is the rundown of the things that need to be identified and described, Entries should be 250 words

History Assignment Help Below is the rundown of the things that need to be identified and described,

Entries should be 250 words in length. Please write in full sentences.
Entry Name/Title – Make it easy to understand
Date(s) – This does not need to be exact year, some entries may be centuries
Location – Necessary for the map pinpoint!
Commodity Stage – Note whether this location was a place where the commodity was produced, exchanged, or consumed.
Historical Descriiption – Depending on your location, some questions you might answer include: How was this commodity made? Who made it? Who transported and how was it transported? Who consumed this product? Was it legal or illegal or both? Was it expensive? Who made a profit off of this commodity? Who bore the risk of the commodity? Did anyone protest against it? Were men and women equally involved? Make sure you describe the people involved. What was the social class, social group, ethnic group, gender etc. of the people who were involved. (One way to ensure you do this is by using active voice, rather than passive voice in your writing).
Historical Significance – The “why” does this matter. What is important about this entry? Which people were involved in this moment? What’s the broader story here? Try to limit this to a few sentences. You can also include anything that you deem to be particularly noteworthy about your entry.
Connected to – Are there other locations that this entry could be connected to? If so, mention it and then be sure to draw a line to that on the map.

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DO NOT EMAIL IT TO PROFF. 12pt font Times New Roman, 1inch margins. Please follow the format in the

DO NOT EMAIL IT TO PROFF. 12pt font Times New Roman, 1inch margins. Please follow the format in the file “Essay style sheet”. Also read the file “Esssay #3” the instructions on the essay/topics are all in there. The rest of the files are lecture notes from the Proff. and contain most of the background info needed to write paper. This is an “Interpretive Essay” so please avoid quoting people, you can paraphrase to make it in your own words but try to stay away from that because proff. marks down grade. PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS ON THE ESSAY STYLE [supanova_question]

Answer one of the two questions below in a well-structured essay. Your essay must have a title and an

Answer one of the two questions below in a well-structured essay. Your essay must have a title and an argument. Support your argument with sufficient evidence by discussing and correctly identifying specific texts and their authors, events, individual persons, and groups, as well as the dates/years for these persons, events, and documents. Answer all parts of the question and identify your essay by the number of the question. YOU SHOULD WRITE THIS ESSAY WITHOUT THE ASSISTANCE OF ANY OUTSIDE SOURCES.
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contrast the writing systems of the Mesopotamians, the Egyptians, and the Israelites

What features do they have in common? How are they different? In what ways can one be said to be related to (descended from) another? If you wish, you may make reference to other writing systems discussed in class and in the readings. Also consider the ways each culture has used writing: why was literacy important in each society? What kinds of texts are of significance? 2-3pages. Please organize your responses in a traditional essay format, which includes an introduction with thesis, a body of supporting examples, and a conclusion. The essay must be typed, double-spaced, with one-inch margins on all sides. Please number your pages. Citations must be in MLA7 format.

Citing: When you cite from Cunningham, Reich, and Fichner-Rathus, please give an abbreviated form of the authors’ names followed by the page number: (CR[supanova_question]

prompt is in the files section, named “.docx” Each question (5 Questions )must be answered 2-3 paragraphs (1.5 pages double spaced)

History Assignment Help I want a full clear honest originality report of the assignment that there is no plagiarism at all, I will not send funds if this is not done Please do not use any outside sources, sources only should be from the files I have attached. [Note: Disregard the part in question 4 where it states to cite “immigration nation” just use the citation “Brother, Im Dying”] The book screenshots are in the file sections Chapter 11 is images There are a couple of videos/podcasts to be seen and cited in the paper which I will post here: Sharika Crawford, “Decolonization and the Cold War through a Caribbean Lens,” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7JQQCA_b7c The Legacy of Colonialism in Caribbean Tourism https://www.wnycstudios.org/podcasts/takeaway/segments/legacy-colonialism-caribbean-tourism Stephanie Black, Life, and Debt; “Climate Change and Caribbean tourism” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7S-C1tBtWm8[supanova_question]

In evaluating your essay answers, I will consider how well you muster evidence from various lectures and readings to

In evaluating your essay answers, I will consider how well you muster evidence from various lectures and readings to support your case. The more complete your answer — that is the more material you draw upon and the more varied your examples — the better your grade will be. I am looking for both breadth and depth of knowledge. Each of these questions requires you to reference material from several different lectures. Limiting your answer to an excellent discussion of evidence from one lecture — even if it is the most relevant lecture — is not sufficient to earn an “A.” Remember: each of these questions asks you to fashion an argument. I am not looking for one “right” answer. I am interested in what conclusions you have drawn from the course. At the same time, although your opinions are central to your answer and while I expect you to make your general argument clear, you must present specific evidence drawn from course material to support your case. Without specific examples from lectures and readings you will not have proven your argument not matter how clearly you articulate it.

– “Napoleon was a child of the Enlightenment.” Assess the validity of this statement using examples referring to both specific aspects of the Enlightenment and to Napoleon’s policies and attitudes.
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AND WEST: THE ORIGINS OF EUROPEAN IDENTITY **Select one essay from the list of four titles. When you have completed your essay, read through it very carefully to make sure you have rooted out any mistakes (misspellings, awkward syntax, errors of grammar) and ensure that you have included proper footnotes (or endnotes) and a bibliography.** 1. How did the Romans see themselves and their civilisation? 2. Critically discuss the portrayal of barbarians in Roman imperial literature. 3. Why did the western Roman empire collapse in the fifth century? 4. Critically discuss St Patrick’s portrayal of women in his letters. ESSAY DEADLINE AND REQUIREMENTS Length: 2000 words maximum Submission deadline: 3.00 pm, Wednesday 9 March 2022

GENERAL ADVICE The essay titles are questions and they ask you to analyse key issues, not just to describe them. So the first essay title does not ask you to describe what the Romans thought of themselves, but to analyse Roman descriptions, and to explain why they portrayed their society and empire in the way they did. The second essay title does not ask you to repeat Roman descriptions of barbarians, but by analysing those descriptions, to give reasons for Roman attitudes towards the barbarians. The third essay asks you to explain the major reasons for the collapse of the western empire in the fifth century, and not simply to describe it. The fourth essay asks you to engage in a close reading of the works of St Patrick and, using the evidence of those works, to analyse the accounts of women found there. You’ll need to read as widely as you can. The more you study the recommended reading, the more you’ll understand the issues and the better your essay will be. After you’ve read the material, you should plan your essay carefully. A careful plan will ensure that you have a coherent structure and a clear argument. I will attach pictures of exactly what will guide you This needs to be 100% plagiarism free as I was caught for plagiarism on this website before. If essay is very high standard I will add an additional tip. PLEASE do not do this assignment if your not able to reach the requirements.[supanova_question]

What was the author’s thesis? How and why did religion play a central role in society? How does this Essay

What was the author’s thesis? How and why did religion play a central role in society? How does this knowledge impact your ideas and influences your perspective of social responsibility (to include intercultural competence, knowledge of civic responsibility, and the ability to engage effectively in regional, national, and global communities) and personal responsibility (to include the ability to connect choices, actions, and consequences to ethical decision-making).
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Part I : Short Answer For each question below (#1 – #5) choose one of the three terms. For

History Assignment Help Part I : Short Answer

For each question below (#1 – #5) choose one of the three terms. For #1 you can choose from: Mercantilism, janissaries or Tokugawa “Great Peace”. For #2 you can choose between Enlightenment, Marxism or grand vizier. For each term you choose, define the term, time period of significance, and assess the significance of the term to women’s history, including who was involved, what was the significance, when and where it occurred and how it affected world history. Your responses should not describe the term but rather evaluate the importance of the term and the implications of the term. It should go beyond the dictionary definition. You need to provide citations from the required reading to support your assessment of the term. Your responses should be 1 paragraph (4-5 sentences long) (10 pts each).

Identification terms
1. Mercantilism janissaries Tokugawa “Great Peace”
2. Enlightenment Marxism grand vizier
3. absolutism Safavids dyarchy
4. proletariat Council of Trent Ottoman Empire
5 Social Darwinism nationalism philosophes

textbook – Duiker, William J., and Jackson J. Spielvogel. The Essential World History. Cengage, 2020.

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I’m this assignment, you will choose a paragraph from a prose selection or a stanza from a poem and

I’m this assignment, you will choose a paragraph from a prose selection or a stanza from a poem and craft a close reading that explains what this passage reveals about the author’s understanding of what it means to be black in their respective era. You may focus on explaining the passages theme or it form. You may refer to other passages and or key events in the text but the focus of your argument should draw evidence from the paragraph/ stanza you select.
Guidelines: 2 pp sources as needed, work cited page, Double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12pt.font[supanova_question]