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At the end of each chapter, there are critical thinking exercises.  Choose ONE q

At the end of each chapter, there are critical thinking exercises.  Choose ONE question from each chapter and submit your answer here. Chapter 8: Why would delegates to the Second Continental Congress hope that the colonies and the mother country could be reconciled? Why did they ultimately change their minds? Why do you think that Thomas Jefferson and those on the committee that drafted the Declaration of Independence decided to use the “pursuit of happiness” instead of John Locke’s “property”…

Answer the questions shortly. Max 2 sentences. Label the name of the song and th

Answer the questions shortly. Max 2 sentences. Label the name of the song and the number of the question without writing the question. No specific format. Don't double space. For first 3 questions answer short for example: Year written? "1990", who wrote the song? "Tupac" etc. For the rest of the questions, excluding the question about the lyrical verse, answer in max 2 sentences. The songs should be about Social Activism/Protest. You can also do songs from your own choice…

The exam question is simple, but your answer doesn’t have to be.  Historians hav

The exam question is simple, but your answer doesn't have to be.  Historians have to make countless judgment calls on what they deem important and what is not.  That is the beauty of history, and what keeps the profession lively: few people will agree that the same things are important.  Here's your shot to think and write like a historian.  Make sure you use the readings I assigned to your advantage.  Do not use Google as your main research vehicle. …

All Papers must include citations and a Works Cited page. Please use this format

All Papers must include citations and a Works Cited page. Please use this format when citing: (Bell, p.27). Every citation must be placed either at the end of the sentence cited or at the end of the paragraph containing the citation. I require that you have a minimum of five (5) citations within your paper but keep in mind that more would be better. A Works Cited page must be included on a separate sheet at the end of your…

http://web.archive.org/web/20001215223500/http://www.humanities.ccny.cuny.edu/hi

http://web.archive.org/web/20001215223500/http://www.humanities.ccny.cuny.edu/history/reader/analects.htm I would like you to engage in a primary source analysis. Historians do such analyses all the time. It is one of their main ways of understanding what strengths and limitations the sources that tell them about the past have and how reliable those sources may be. Focusing on just one of the primary sources above, please answer the following questions in the Discussion Forum: What is the document's tone?What words or phrases convey it? What are three key…

part 1  SUMARIZE WHAT YOU UNDERSTOOD in 1 paragraph the READING IS – Tanisha For

part 1  SUMARIZE WHAT YOU UNDERSTOOD in 1 paragraph the READING IS - Tanisha Ford, Liberated Threads: Black Women, Style, & the Global Politics of Soul (Introduction – Ch 2) part 2. How does the reading compare to other material we have read? This section may address similarities or differences in conclusions, in theoretical or methodological approaches, or choice of evidence as it relates to theory/methodology. Again, do not nitpick about facts or things that annoyed you about the reading.…

write 5 reading summaries, 1 summary should be 1 page. 1. Records of the Grand H

write 5 reading summaries, 1 summary should be 1 page. 1. Records of the Grand Historian(Document #2 and #3). 2. Chinese Religion, 119-132, 155-159; 169-173 3. Chinese religion, 105-112. Stories from A Ming Collection,1-149. 4. Six Records 5. The Story of the Stone (vol. 1) Deborah Sommer ed., Chinese Religion: An Anthology of Sources (New York:Oxford University Press, 1995).      Arthur Waley trans., The Book of Songs. (New York: Grove Press, 1996). Shen Fu, Six Records of A Floating…

Overview: You will read two historical personal account in relation to life in t

Overview: You will read two historical personal account in relation to life in the past or tied to a specific historical event.  Then your research will compare these personal accounts with the "factual" or "documented" history of the era, the proceed to compare the personal account against the historical record; and then analyze the value of oral history in enriching our understanding the historical period/event.