2 Thesis: Change and Continuity AND SPECIFIC! Addresses: Full Time Period AND Change/ContinuityChina: Spheres of Influence/peasant agriculture Communist Deng/Free Market changesRussia: Rise of Industry/peasant agriculture Communist Perestroika/Free market6 Pieces of Specific EvidenceChina: spheres, opium, loss of Hong Kong, class disparity, great leap forward, collectivized farms, back yard industries, women working, Deng Xiaoping, SEZ’s, China’s export economy, etcRussia: emancipation of serfs, TransSiberian/Witte System, oil, 1905 revolution, NEP, 5 Year Plan, Perestroika,WHC: connected to the region, not a comparisonChina: European/Japanese imperialism’s influence, Russian influenceRussia: loss in Crimean War, Cold War tension/influence, loss in AfghanistanAnalysis: WHY change/continueBoth: huge class disparity leads to peasant/communist support and revolutionBoth: similar to WHCBoth: pressure to reform to keep up with modern economies
3 Addresses: Full time period And Change And Continuity Thesis: Change (total patriarchy to women’s participation) AND Continuity (still a measure of patriarchy)Addresses: Full time period And Change And ContinuityQing/footbinding Communist period/rise of women’s rights modern era, women’s rights, yet one child policyEvidence: at least 6 specific piecesFoot binding, concubines, no women in gov’t except Dowager, Taiping Rebellion, Self Strengthening movement, “Women Hold up other half of sky,” women in red guard, Mao’s wife, women working, one child policy and preference for boys, female infanticideWHC: Must be connected to topicExposure to other cultures during spheres of influence inspires reformers (Taiping Rebellion)Analysis: WHY change/continuePeasant/women’s unrest leads to communist support and changes. Confucian value of Husband superior to wife=continuity
4 Thesis: Change AND Continuity Addresses: Full Time Period, Change AND ContinuitySpheres of Influence/Japanese OccupationCommunist EraDeng/Modern EraEvidence: 6 piecesTaiping rebellion, famines, Great Leap Forward, new crops=pop boom, one child policy, gendercide,WHC: Connected to region, not comparisonNew foods/techniques=pop boom, Russian inspiration=Great Leap Forward,Analysis: WHY?!Appeal of communism, Confucian=preference for boys=gendercide
5 Thesis: Change and Continuity Addresses: Change&Continuity and full time coverageOttoman Empire (Islam downplayed, Wahhabist reactionaries) Tanzimat/Ottoman secular reforms/Mandate of Heaven support of secular gov’ts/secular Pan-Arabism secular/fundamentalist split (secular Turkey vs fundamentalist Iran/Taliban) religious sectarianism (Sunna v Shia in Iraq)Evidence: 6 specifics!Millets, Tanizmat/Young Ottoman secular reforms, universal education, emancipation of women, sharia in Saudi Arabia, Pan-Arab/Baathist secularism, Rise of Israel, Iranian Revolution/women, Taliban, consistently secular Turkey, etcWHC: connected to the region, not a comparisonWestern coups/Cold war politics inspire fundamentalism…Analysis: WHY does it change/continue?
6 2002CCOT: Choose TWO of the areas listed below and analyze how each area’s relationship to global trade patterns changed from 1750 to present. Describe each area’s involvement in global patterns around 1750 as your starting point:LA, East Asia, Eastern Europe, South and SE Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa, Mid East, North AmericaCompare: Compare differing responses to industrializationin any TWO of the following:• Japan• Ottoman Empire• Russia
7 2003CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes that resulted from the spread of Islam into ONE of the following regions in the period between circa 800 C.E. and circa 1750:• West Africa• South AsiaEuropeCOMP: Compare and contrast the roles of women in TWO of the following regions during the period ofEast Asia, Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Western Europe
8 2004CCOT: Analyze the changes and continuities in labor systems between in ONE of the following areas.LA and Caribbean, Russia, Sub-Saharan AfricaCOMP: Compare the effects of the First World War in TWO of the following regions:• East Asia• Middle East• South Asia
9 2005CCOT: Analyze the social and economic transformations that occurred in the Atlantic world as a result of new contacts among Western Europe, Africa, and the Americas from 1492 to 1750.COMP: Compare the process of state-building in TWO of the following in the period 600 C.E. to 1450 C.E.• Islamic states• City-states• Mongol khanates
10 2006CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes in the cultural and political life of ONE of the following societies.• Chinese, 100 CE to 600 CE• Roman, 100 CE to 600 CE• Indian, 300 CE to 600 CECOMP: Compare the outcomes of the movements to redistribute land in TWO of the following countries, beginning with the dates specified.• Mexico, 1910• China, 1911• Russia, 1917
11 2007CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes in nationalist ideology and practice in ONE of the following regions from the First World War to the present:• Middle East• Southeast Asia• Sub-Saharan AfricaCOMP: Compare the historical processes of empire building in the Spanish maritime empire during the period from 1450 through 1800 with the historical processes of empire building in ONE of the following land-based empires.• The Ottoman Empire• The Russian Empire
12 2008CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes in the commercial life of the Indian Ocean region from 650 C.E. to 1750 C.E.COMP: Compare the emergence of nation-states in nineteenth-century Latin America with the emergence of nation-states in ONE of the following regions in the twentieth century.• Sub-Saharan Africa• The Middle East
13 2009CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes along the Silk Roads from 200 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E.Compare the effects of racial ideologies on North American societies with those on Latin American/Carribean societies during the period from 1500 to 1830.
14 2010CCOT: Analyze continuities and changes in cultural beliefs and practices in ONE of the following regions from 1450 to the present.• Sub-Saharan Africa• Latin America/CaribbeanCOMP: Analyze similarities and differences in techniques of imperial administration in TWO of the following empires.• Han China (206 B.C.E.–220 C.E.)• Mauryan/Gupta India (320 B.C.E.–550 C.E.)• Imperial Rome (31 B.C.E.–476 C.E.)
15 2011CCOT: Analyze change and continuities in long-distance migrations in the period from Be sure to include specific examples from at least Two difference world regionsCOMP: Analyze similarities and differences in the rise of TWO of the following empiresMali OR Ghana OR SonghaiAztec EmpireMongol Empire
16 2012Analyze the changes and continuities in trade networks between Africa and Eurasia from circa 300CE-1450CECompare demographic and environmental effects of the Columbian Exchange’s on the Americas with the Columbian Exchange’s demographic and environmental effects of ONE of the following regions between 1492 and 1750AfricaAsiaEurope
17 2013CCOT: Analyze how political transformations contributed to continuities and changes in the cultures of the Mediterranean region during the period circa 200 C.E. to 1000 C.E.COMP: Analyze similarities and differences between the role of the state in Japan’s economic development and the role of the state in the economic development of ONE of the following during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.ChinaOttoman EmpireRussia