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Age of Imperialism (1870- 1914) Imperialism defined: The political, economic, or cultural expansion of influence to the control of one people by another.

eastern Europe, especially Russia. Changes in Empire Sepoy Mutiny or the Indian Revolt of 1857 Pre-1857: Indian states under indirect/ informal control Influence of British East India Company British Colonizers --the “treason” of the Indians Mutiny confirms “inferiority” of natives for Colonizers 1857: Indian states are directly ruled by Britain 1876: Victoria is made Empress of India Justifying Empire at home and abroad Thomas Jones Barker, “Queen Victoria/


Ralph Waldo Emerson, Self-Reliance (1844)

please myself with imaging a State at /of the American Medical Association, Vol. 15, 1865 Horatio Storer Biography Born in Boston, Ma, 1830 Educated at Boston Latin School Attended Harvard College MD from Boston (Harvard) Medical School After MD, traveled to Europe; spent one year practicing and studying with James Young Simpson in Edinburgh, Scotland 1855 opened medical practice in Boston; specialized in Gynecology and Obstetrics Biography 1857/revolt referred to. It is for women the key to the temple of/


2013 The Last of the Chinese Dynasties and Arrival of Europeans.

for reinforcements until the end of the Indian Mutiny. They captured Canton in 1857 and ruled it for three /images/artphoto/pripos/usaia/Sir.jpghttp://www.history.army.mil/images/artphoto/pripos/usaia/Sir.jpg Who were the Boxers? Also known as “Righteous fists of fury” Formed in the Shandong province Spiritual & ritualistic Esherick, J. The Origins of/renewed sense of nationalism and realization they must resist foreign influence. Results of the Boxer Rebellion A Boxer during the revolt. Effects of Boxer /


During the 19th Century there were attempts to follow the example of the West in religion and in social and political reform. Educated India became growingly.

of Mrs.Annie Beasant, which glorified Indian religion and philosophical tradition and helped the Indians to recover their self-confidence. QUEEN VICTORIA The Revolt of 1857 severely jolted the British administration in India and forced its reorganisation. By the act of/ and Prime Minister Nehrus image is tarnished, both at home and abroad. India acquires the former French settlement of Pondicherry and forcibly annexes the Portuguese enclaves of Goa and Daman and Diu. The state of Assam begins to lose /


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

Conrad’s 1889-90 journey into “ Heart of Darkness ” Joseph Conrad (1857-1914) Personal & Collective Crisis Mid-1870s/of his voyage into the heart of darkness? What gives momentary reality to the monotony of the journey? Why? Explain the evolution of the sound of the surf from “the speech of a brother” to “dangerous, as if Nature herself tried to ward off intruders.” What does Marlow see at his first point of entry in the Congo that revolts/narrator, Marlow and Kurtz Contrasting images (dark and light, open /


Essential Questions - How do people make sense of their world? - Why do belief systems bring people together or pull them apart? - Are the world’s belief.

Journal: - What’s going on in this image? - What do you SEE that makes you say/of their rebellion. Other soldiers, primarily those stationed in northern India, joined the revolt, and popular uprisings also broke out in the countryside. Central India and the cities of Delhi, Lucknow, and Cownpore (Kanpur) became the primary areas of/of establishing settlements  Act of controlling a group of people  Borrowing land 3. How did the Great Rebellion of 1857 begin?  Colonization of India  Lost money  Mutiny of/


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

Era COLONIALISM IN AFRICA Marlow’s & Conrad’s 1889-90 journey into “ Heart of Darkness ” Joseph Conrad (1857-1914) Personal & Collective Crisis Mid-1870s “Scramble for Africa” 1876-1884: King/first point of entry in the Congo that revolts and shocks him? LITERARY CRITICISM & THEORY MARXIST Marxist: You can see Heart of Darkness as a depiction of, and/2), and three central characters: the outside narrator, Marlow and Kurtz Contrasting images (dark and light, open and closed) Center to periphery: Kurtz->Marlow/


Historical Background – Heart of Darkness "At that time there were many blank spaces on the earth, and when I saw one that looked particularly inviting.

Era COLONIALISM IN AFRICA Marlow’s & Conrad’s 1889-90 journey into “ Heart of Darkness ” Joseph Conrad (1857-1914) Personal & Collective Crisis Mid-1870s “Scramble for Africa” 1876-1884: King/first point of entry in the Congo that revolts and shocks him? LITERARY CRITICISM & THEORY MARXIST Marxist: You can see Heart of Darkness as a depiction of, and/2), and three central characters: the outside narrator, Marlow and Kurtz Contrasting images (dark and light, open and closed) Center to periphery: Kurtz->Marlow/


Chapter 21 Economic and Social Unrest Purpose: 1.Compare and contrast primary sources to analyze and understand the background of industrialization in.

Andrew Ure (1778- 1857) The philosophy of Manufactures, or, an Exposition o f the Scientific, Moral, and Commercial Economy of the Factory System of Great Britain (1835) James Phillps Kay (1804-1877) The Moral and Physical Condition of the Working Classes employed in the Cotton Manufacture in Manchester (1832) Ure or Kay? Which of the authors best applies to each of the following images? Think of their work as/


Music of Russia USAD 2012-2013. Folk Music  Folk songs varied locally from region to region  Different villages sang different songs  ¨ They also sang.

keeping with the principle of Autocracy Glinka: The Father of Russian Music  Most Russian music histories begin with Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (1804-1857 )  Virtually all historians/ Balakirev and Stasov aimed to create the image of a unified “musical party”  Cui also proved instrumental in molding the Handful’s public image  His writings saw publication in both/death  Instead, the conclusion featured a peasant revolt  This addition added political overtones to a previously psychological work  The opera /


Harriet Beecher Stowe published Uncle Toms Cabin in 1852. It stirred the Norths sense of morality against slavery and was a substantial catalyst toward.

the door for a much more capable Abe Lincoln four years later. In March of 1857, the Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Roger Taney, handed down the Dred /the federal arsenal in Harpers Ferry, pass out weapons to local slaves, initiate a huge revolt, and thus free the slaves. What happened: he and his men took over a building/ as a man who died fighting against the injustice of slavery. True or not, the martyr image gave strength to the moral cause of abolition. In the 1860 election, Democrats tried, and/


CHAPTER : 7 PRINT CULTURE & THE MODERN WORLD

& plays. BUDDHIST DIAMOND SUTRA Oldest Japanese Book. Printed in AD.868. It containing six sheets of paper. It was a woodcut illustration. Image of Diamond Sutra When & Whom was introduced Print in Japan. The Buddhist missionaries introduced hand printing technology/helped the early freedom struggle. Vernacular press Act -1878 After the revolt of 1857, the attitude of freedom of press changed. English people demanded to reduce the freedom of the Native press. Colonial Govt began to take stringent control on /


JOSEPH CONRAD HEART OF DARKNESS. CONRAD He was born Jozef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski on December 3, 1857, in the Polish Ukraine. He traveled to Marseilles.

because no relation of a dream can convey the dream-sensation, that commingling of absurdity, surprise, and bewilderment in a tremor of struggling revolt, that notion of being captured by the incredible which is of the very essence of dreams...." He was /of sombre pride, of ruthless power, of craven terror -- of an intense and hopeless despair. Did he live his life again in every detail of desire, temptation, and surrender during that supreme moment of complete knowledge? He cried in a whisper at some image/


Romanticism in the Lives and Works of Romantic Composers Sam K.QRS-EHAP Horace Greeley HS.

of old Egyptian images into major spectacles Uses the pyramids, temple of Isis, gate of Thebes, and the Nile river as settings – Adapts Egyptian characters to an old Italian love story Georges Bizet (1838-1875) Origin and Involvement in the Franco-Prussian War Born in Paris on October 25 th, 1838 Won the Prix de Rome in 1857/and Wagner’s Music Hitler would play some of Wagner’s music during his speeches to his Nazi followers Involvement in Revolution: Student Revolt in Leipzig Wagner was obsessed with the /


A Review of US History for the EOC MRS. PEYTON & MR. HART (BUT MOSTLY LOGAN NAPIER AND IN NO WAY AT ALL DID EMILY BALL HELP)

political force. Flower Power Image  It symbolizes the tension between nonviolent civil disobedience and the threat of force. Détente: an easing of tension  Nixons visit to the Peoples Republic of China  Official recognition of China & opening diplomatic relations/"sphere" Factory System  With the introduction of the factory system...  Women moved into factories  Textiles were mass produced  Peoples workdays were defined by the clock Dred Scott vs Sanford  1857 Supreme Court Case  Issue: A black /


Heart of Darkness An Brief Look at Conrad’s Life and Works, Themes and Motifs in Heart of Darkness, and Apocalypse Now.

of Darkness, and Apocalypse Now Joseph Conrad Born 1857 in Russian-occupied Poland Patriot father & family exiled in Russia 1862 Both parents dead of illness by 1869 Conservative uncle took him in Joined French Merchant Marine at the age of/of a dream can convey the dream-sensation, that commingling of absurdity, surprise, and bewilderment in a tremor of struggling revolt, that notion of being captured by the incredible, which is the very essence of/ images (dark and light, open and closed) Contrasting images/


New Imperialism What does this image imply about what Imperialism may be?

does this image imply about/ Southeast Asia: Great Britain Singapore (1819) Burma (Myanmar) –Watched by FR Southeast Asia: France 1. Vietnam (1857): established missionaries -Feared GB monopoly & invasion  forced Viet. to accept FR protection -Established a protectorate (pol/1902) Boers = descendants of Dutch settlers GB seized Cape Colony from Dutch Boers fled N, formed own independent republics (Orange Free State & Transvaal) 1877: Brit govt. of Cape Colony: seized Transvaal Boer revolt  GR recognized it/


Rise of the National Game. Baseball evolved by three main stages 1.Simple, informal folk game played mostly by boys. Contrary to myth propagated by organized.

Ball Club and the Excelsior Base Ball Club in one of the earliest known team photos and perhaps the first image on a baseball field. It was taken on September 3/arena Many of the first baseball clubs openly avowed their nationalism with names such as Young America, Columbia, Union, Eagle, American, National and Liberty In 1857, Porter/-member league, and bought out the other four clubs The Players’ Revolt Owners devised ingenious methods of keeping players’ salaries at a minimum From its founding in 1876, /


Art & Thought… Challenges to Confidence of Victorian Intellect I. Realism & Naturalism I. Realism & Naturalism II. Examples in Literature II. Examples.

nature of society) –Both attacked middle class morality & idea of world w/only beauty (the anti-Romantics… possibly valid to call early punks?) II. Literature & Drama A. Gustave Flaubert: Madame Bovary (1857) (real)A. Gustave Flaubert: Madame Bovary (1857) (/-10s): put 3-D image on flat canvas, using objects from multiple viewpoints… lots of geometry, very Modernist Cubism Pablo Picasso, Les demoiselles dAvignon Interesting use of geometry and shape in painting… notice influence of African tribal art, as in/


Chapter 14.  Free- Soil Movement  Did not demand end of slavery  Keep land in west a land of opportunity for whites only so that the would not have.

images/8/81/Electo ralCollege1848-Large.png  Ralph Waldo Emerson’s prediction:  “American victory in Mexico would be like swallowing arsenic”  Balance of free/slave states  End of Mexican War 15 states each  New territory  Gold rush of 1849 and influx of/ measured  Northern attitude toward slavery in North “never quite the same”  Impending Crisis of the South  1857, Hinton R. Helper  Attacked slavery by using statistics to prove its negative impact on southern economy  Southern Reaction  Counterarguments /


Imperialism in India SS 9 Ms. Rebecca. Imperialism The Process of one people ruling or controlling another

Check for understanding Get out the questions you had to answer at the end of the last class: Why did Europeans want to rule Africa? What did Europeans /changes made to their country by the British? 1. The Sepoy Mutiny 1857 http://www.worldproutassembly.org/images/daly_sepoy_mutiny_1857.jpg How did Indians feel about the changes made to their /it was against their religion They were punished Others heard and were furious! Started a revolt and fought the British army (that they used to fight FOR) Brutal: Some /


History of Security Security Services.

the citizens responsible for their own security The middle class revolted and hired people to protect their districts for them In 1748, author Henry Fielding created the Bow Street Amateur Volunteer Force; proposed a permanent, professional, paid security force; encouraged the reporting of crimes Copyright © Texas Education Agency, 2011. All rights reserved. Images and other multimedia content used with permission. Development in England/


Causes of the Civil War. Westward Expansion The Progression of land acquisition in the United States Louisiana Purchase:1803 Original Colonies and General.

the need for labor in the South –Cotton, Sugar, Rice Google Images Economics The Northern U.S.’s economy –Focus on industrialization The Panic of 1857 –Increase of sectional tension Google Images The Progression of Events The Missouri Compromise of 1820 Nat Turner’s Revolt 1831 S. Carolina and the Crisis of Nullification of 1832 Google Images The Progression of Events October 1859: John Brown’s raid on Harper’s Ferry November/


IMPERIALISM: Aim: Did imperialism leave a legacy of ruins in the Afro-Asian world, or did it leave behind lasting benefits in the areas that it controlled?

of Slaves Slave revolts in the 18 th -19 th centuries became expensive to suppress Slaves did not work enthusiastically Price of slaves increased but price of/ rule" gives a contemporary view of events from the British perspective THE SEPOY MUTINY (1857) Reactions to Imperialism in India /OF NANKING (1842) Extraterritoriality (British subjected to their own laws, not China’s) Spheres of Influence Reparations ($ to British) Hong Kong to Britain (returned in 1997) Spheres of Influence Ringmar.net Google images/


ETHNIC AND MINORITY CULTURES SEMINAR TWO The rise of the multicultural society.

has no holiday, because the cares of life with him begin when its labor end. He has no liberty, and not a single right. George Fitzhugh, Cannibals All or Slaves Without Masters, 1857 What type of pro-slavery arguments can we discern? /://faculty.atu.edu/cbrucker/Engl2013/tex ts/Dutchman.pdf STEREOTYPICAL IMAGES OF NATIVE AMERICANS The Noble Savage Appears in the following works: Cadwallader Colden: History of the Five Indian Nations (1727) The Indians of New York are described as ”poor and barbarous people, /


Global Responses to the Rise of the West Mr. Wilson AP World History Wren High School.

1857 Sepoy Rebellion 1858 Beginning of the British Raj Indian Resistance to British Rule Reforms –Ram Mohan Roy Cooperation –Indian National Congress (1885) Nationalism –Radical movement centered on Hinduism –Called for independence and revolts –Paved path for Gandhi, etc. Ram Mohan Roy Impact of/ Free State 1885 Gold discovered in Transvaal 1899-1902 Boer Wars Images of Britain in Africa British in Imperialism in Egypt 1798 Invasion of Egypt by Napoleon 1805 Muhammad Ali and his successors modernize Egypt /


Elusive Eden: A New History of California, fourth edition CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: BEGINNINGS OF MODERN CALIFORNIA.

of US No Cal pop, economy grew fastest So Cal primitive, lawless image persisted SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA Pop grew slowly --1862 SF pop 56,000 --all of/ Oil Company " " " 1857 George S. Gilbert opened Ventura County oil refinery --moderately successful --attracted Thomas A. Scott of Pennsylvania Railroad --purchased Rancho Ojai/AGRARIAN REVOLT 1890s, anti-corporate feeling widespread nationally Wage earners organized against corporate power --Noble Order of the Knights of Labor --American Federation of Labor /


THE 2 ND ERA OF IMPERIALISM INDUSTRIALIZATION AND IMPERIALISM: THE MAKING OF THE EUROPEAN GLOBAL ORDER.

of Western civilization including law, government – Including education, technology, and administrative organization – Attempted to recast Indian civilization in the Western image. DUTCH EAST INDIES Interactions ▫War and Diplomacy  Dutch conquer island interiors following Javanese revolt/ the size of the continental USA RESISTANCE Africans, Asians Resist ▫Resisted as best they could ▫Refused to cooperate ▫Slowed work, output ▫Disappeared to avoid work ▫Often resorted to war Sepoy Rebellion 1857 ▫Hindu, /


The Divisive Politics of Slavery United States History Mr. Mace.

question does this image ask? ? As the territory of the United States /1857 Supporters? Supporters? Proslavery forces Proslavery forces Reasons for support? Reasons for support? Guaranteed the extension of slavery into the west! Guaranteed the extension of/revolt. Hoped that it would start a slave revolt. John Brown’s Hanging - 1859 Supporters? Supporters? Proslavery forces Proslavery forces Reasons for support? Reasons for support? John Brown was a terrorist! John Brown was a terrorist! The election of/


THE TRANSFORMATION OF EUROPE CHAPTER 24. R. H. Bainton The Reformation of the 16 c Thus, the papacy emerged as something between an Italian city-state.

assertion of local control Support for reform spreads throughout Germany Caricature of Pope Alexander VI by Martin Luther, 1545 The Spread of Lutheranism The Peasant Revolt /for witchcraft in 16th-century Germany. 1508. Burning of three witches in Baden, Switzerland 1585 An image of suspected witches being hanged in England, published in 1655/ study of physics Rigorous challenge to church doctrines Galilo facing the Roman Inquisition, 1857 painting by Cristiano Banti Briefly stated, my three laws of motion /


Global Responses to the Rise of the West. History of Imperialism.

1857 Sepoy Rebellion 1858 Beginning of the British Raj Indian Resistance to British Rule Reforms –Ram Mohan Roy Cooperation –Indian National Congress (1885) Nationalism –Radical movement centered on Hinduism –Called for independence and revolts –Paved path for Gandhi, etc. Ram Mohan Roy Impact of/ Free State 1885 Gold discovered in Transvaal 1899-1902 Boer Wars Images of Britain in Africa British in Imperialism in Egypt 1798 Invasion of Egypt by Napoleon 1805 Muhammad Ali and his successors modernize Egypt /


Government 102 An Advanced Examination of United States Government Part 2 by michael-herbert: keehn

in the face of corrupt government entails risks of harm to life and loved ones. To choose to do nothing is to surrender ones self-image of standing for principles./of Plassey and lasted until 1858 when, following the Indian Rebellion of 1857, the Government of India Act (1858) led to the British Crown assuming direct control of India in the form of/ Eventual Revolt In short, the high contracting authorities within the Catholic Church have entered into a Treaty to deprive the people of this world of self /


The Second Great Awakening “Spiritual Reform From Within” Social Reforms & Redefining the Ideal of Equality Temperance Asylum & Penal Reform Education.

of Alcohol Some pressed for temperance, while the more zealous pressed for teetotalism Maine Law of 1851 forbade the manufacture and sale of liquorMaine Law of 1851 A dozen other states followed by 1857 What was the relationship between the rise of/ freed blacks to Africa Why?  Fear of slave revolt  Racism & desire not to live with blacks as neighbors Results:  1,400 by 1830  Largely rejected by African American Community Sailing Ship on Ocean Image: © Wolfgang Deuter/zefa/Corbis Photographer: Wolfgang/


Description of Monographs

sources Consider presentation, typography, etc. Occurs primarily with moving image materials, electronic resources, and popular journals Doubt? Longer form / Conrad, Joseph, $d 1857-1924. 245 10 $a Heart of darkness / $c Joseph Conrad. Ethan Frome / Edith Wharton. Emma / Jane Austen. 246 3 $a Heart of darkness ; Ethan Frome ;/ Lady or the tiger? / $r Frank R. Stockton -- $t Outcasts of Poker Flat / $r Francis Bret Harte $t Revolt of mother / $r Mary E. Wilkins Freeman. Contents Note 505 Omit generic terms/


Essential Question: Essential Question: –What were the significant causes & effects of U.S. western expansion in the 1840s? Warm-Up Question: Warm-Up Question:

because of this expansion? Image Analysis Examine the image on the next slide & answer/of Oregon The California Trail allowed traders & ranchers to move to California in 1830s & 1840s Joseph Smith founded the Mormon Church in 1830, but were persecuted in the East for their unorthodox beliefs Joseph Smith’s murder led to resettlement in Salt Lake, Utah where Brigham Young built a Mormon community (“Deseret”) In 1857/ occupation of California during the Mexican- American War as an opportunity to revolt from /


The Changing World of Visual Arts BY- MR. Y N SINGH PGT ECONOMICS K V DHRANGADHRA www.ynsingheco.pbworks.com.

around him. Fig. 19 – The Horse Regiment led by William Hodson, which played an important role in suppressing the 1857 revolt, photograph by Felice Bearto, 1858 Fig. 20 – Sati Chaura Ghat, Kanpur, photograph by Samuel Bourne, 1865 Samuel Bourne /late nineteenth century Indian photographers began taking pictures that often offer us a different image of India. They recorded the nationalist marches and meetings, as well as the everyday life of the people. New buildings and new styles Fig. 22 – Victoria Terminus,/


a Mumbaikar’s heart-throb

of these images. The Origin of Mumbai A Kolin selling fish Made up of seven/of 18th Feb 1946 marked the first and most serious revolt by the Indian military personnel of/of Prarthana Samaj in Mumbai which engaged in a campaign of reformation without alienating the more orthodox elements of the society Bhau Daji Lad, Educationist, Social Reformer, Sheriff of Mumbai. He was instrumental in the some of the major reconstruction efforts of the city, since 1857. Dadabhai Naoroji, Freedom Fighter & Founder of/


Music of Russia USAD 2012-2013. Folk Music  Folk songs varied locally from region to region  Different villages sang different songs  ¨ They also sang.

revolted against the new tsar Nicholas I in December 1825 The “Decembrists” aimed to incite social reform Unfortunately, their revolution failed The tsar hanged five of/keeping with the principle of Autocracy Glinka: The Father of Russian Music  Most Russian music histories begin with Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (1804-1857 )  Virtually all / and Stasov aimed to create the image of a unified “musical party”  Cui also proved instrumental in molding the Handful’s public image  His writings saw publication in /


Realism. Realism 101 19 th century art movement that embraced the concept of what was real to the artist 19 th century art movement that embraced the.

Millet. The Gleaners. 1857. Musée dOrsay, Paris. Realism 101 Realists dismissed the historical and revival motivations of earlier styles and time/ through the turn of the 20 th century  Industrialization  Urbanization  new inventions and theories in science  new political theories such as socialism and communism  Revolts and rebellions Realism/ Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. Édouard Manet His images of modern urban life and sometimes scandalous subject matter broke new ground His images of modern urban/


Modernism Lecture (thingie) I.Problematics of definition What is Modernism?

definition. WHY? B. History of the Term: 1. Modern, Moderne, Avant-Garde, Symbolism Impressionism, post-impressionism, vorticism, fauvism, imagism, futurism, etc 2. modernism / Madame Bovary 1857; Germany: Nietzsches Birth of Tragedy (1872), some even consider later Goethe, etc… 1. True globalism. Marked by expatriotism, international centers of modernism such/ of Futurism We intend to sing the love of danger, the habit of energy and fearlessness. Courage, audacity, and revolt will be essential elements of /


The Old South and Slavery

1830- 1860 Essential Questions How did northerners’ image of the Old South differ from the way in/Revolt Toussaint L’Ouverture 60,000 dead, republic of free slaves 1800s Nature of slavery changes Age of Jackson Rise of Abolitionism William Lloyd Garrison Quakers Sarah and Angelica Grimke Sojourner Truth Frederick Douglas 1900 Lure of/Slavery Planters Yeomen Pro-Slavery Unity Decreasing slave-holding population “Impending Crisis of the South” 1857 Civil War: Wanted to own slaves Racism No one knew where slaves/


Brief Survey of American Literature. Some Basic Characteristics of American Literature Short history but great achievement Began with oral myths, legends,

of God as a living spirit. Three Sources It was a system of thought that originated from three sources. First, American Unitarianism. It represented a thoughtful revolt against orthodox Puritanism. Unitarianism believed God as one being, rejecting the doctrine of/Century (1845) Editor of The Dial (1840-42) High Romanticism Whitman and Dickinson: Romantic & Modern Poets 1. Both passionate in expressing emotions 2. Unconventional in poetic forms and images Walt Whitman (1819-1892) - Leaves of Grass (1855, 1856/


Chapter 4 – The Union in Crisis Section Notes The Nation Splits Apart The Civil War Reconstruction Video Images Political Cartoon: Southern Chivalry Battle.

Video Images Political Cartoon: Southern Chivalry Battle of Chancellorsville Causes and Effects of the Civil War Atlanta Quick Facts Causes and Effects of Secession The Generals Hopes Raised and Denied Causes and Effects of /had two governments— one for slavery and one against. In 1857 a pro-slavery convention tried to push through a pro-slavery Kansas constitution, the Lecompton/ planned a raid on the U.S. arsenal to get guns for a slave revolt. U.S. Marines stormed the arsenal and captured Brown and his followers. They /


Physical Geography of South Asia. Arabian Sea Pakistan India Bay of Bengal Sri Lanka Indian Ocean Himalaya Mountains Ganges River New Delhi Bangladesh.

British established the British East Indian Company. Through East India Company, British gained control of trade in 1757. In 1857, British put down revolt to establish direct rule for 90 years- called raj Mohandas Gandhi began nonviolent resistance/ and merchants) Sudras ( artisans and laborers) Dalits (untouchables) KEY POINT #9: Images of people morphed with animals with multiple arms and legs are typical images of Hinduism KEY POINT #10: The caste system still continues to influence Indian society AND /


Colonialism in Asia By: Salman Al-Bahlal. KEY TERMS KEY TERMS Imperialism: the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empireor nation over foreign.

French revolution finished the ‘ Great Syrian Revolt ’ since the end of World War I The step of imperialism After the end of the world war I the people in/to go against their religion in *In 1857, the Indian troops grew angry and began the sepoy rebellion. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi *Opponent of communalism *He started the “ Non- /com/eastindia.html http://www.middleeastfellowship.org/learn/iraq/3 http://stock-images.antiqueprints.com/stock/worldmaps.html http://makinghistoryrelevant.wordpress.com/2011/07/08/


European Art History Review. Classical (500 BC – 500 AD) Left: Roman copy of Myron’s Diskobolos, marble sculpture Above: Pantheon, Rome, ca. 120 AD.

, School of Athens, /Betrothal of the /Ecstasy of St/ of/of Socrates, oil on canvas, 1787 Neoclassicism (1750-1850) David, The Lictors Bring to Brutus the Bodies of/1857 Right: Kollwitz, The March of the Weavers, etching, 1897 Realism (1830s-1900) IR-era hardships of/of day and in various types of weather, 1897 Impressionism (1870s-1880s) France study of light – capture impression of light very obvious brushstrokes modern painting grew out of a revolt/of/of/of/accepted standards of art and/The Persistence of Memory,/of/


Ms. Pia Imperialism in India. Imperialism The Process of one people ruling or controlling another.

made to their country by the British? 1. The Sepoy Mutiny 1857 http://www.worldproutassembly.org/images/daly_sepoy_mutiny_1857.jpg How did Indians feel about the changes made to / against their religion They were punished Others heard and were furious! Started a revolt and fought the British army (that they used to fight FOR) Brutal: /class educated Indians were upset because they weren’t participating in government. Rise of Indian Nationalism Because Indians were inspired to fight for rights that the BRITISH/


Key Ideas Foundation of social and modern sciences. Modern Christian Church under attack. Realism and Literature Modern art. Morality, philosophy and science.

and racism Feminism Auguste Comte (1798-1857) Positivism All true knowledge is based on science. The foundation of Modern Sociology. Comte’s Three Stages of development 1.Theological-All the phenomena of nature are the creation of the Divine, or spiritual. 2.Metaphysical/wants to. – Religion blinded man to reality-man used God to glorify his own image leading to his famous quote, “God is dead”. Proclaims the importance of humanity or the one human being who can rise above the others. Nietzsche was not/


Manifest Destiny.

of its principle and destiny of growth." A myth of the West as a land of romance and adventure emerged. 3 Themes of Manifest Destiny the virtue of the American people and their institutions; the mission to spread these institutions, thereby redeeming and remaking the world in the image of/By the mid-1840s, “Oregon Fever” was spurred on by the promise of free land. The joint British-U. S. occupation ended in 1846. The Bear Flag Republic The Revolt  June 14, 1845 John C. Frémont Manifest Destiny and the /


Ralph Waldo Emerson Self- Reliance (1841)

authority are derived, and treats him accordingly. I please myself with imaging a State at least which can afford to be just to all/commandments of my nature. He told me I was his property; that I must subject to his will in all things. My soul revolted /of him, and trample on him…..” Thorstein Veblen’s Background Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899) Thorstein Veblen’s Background Born Toston Bunde Veblen on July 30, 1857 in Cato, Wisconsin to two Norwegian immigrants. He was the sixth of/


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