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World and US History (0941)

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Human Society to Approximately 3000 B.C.E.: Paleolithic and

Neolithic Age

HIST 111 Sheet 1

HIST 111 Sheet 2

HIST 121 Sheet 1

HIST 121 Sheet 2

Development of City Civilizations—circa 3000–1500 B.C.E.:  Developments in Mesopotamia, Africa, Indus River Valley, Huang He River Valley, Mesoamerica

HIST 111

HIST 121

Ancient Empires and Civilizations—circa 1700 B.C.E.–500 C.E.: India

HIST 111 Sheet 1

HIST 111 Sheet 2

HIST 121

Ancient Empires and Civilizations—circa 1700 B.C.E.–500 C.E.: Mediterranean

HIST 111

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: Nomadic migrations

HIST 111 Sheet 1

HIST 111 Sheet 2

HIST 121 Sheet 1

HIST 121 Sheet 2

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: Rise and expansion of Islam; Islamic civilization

HIST 111

HIST 121

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: African kingdoms

HIST 111

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: Feudalism in western and central Europe and in Japan

HIST 111

HIST 121

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: Mesoamerican and Andean cultures

HIST 111

Decline of Classical Civilizations and Change— circa 500–1400 C.E.: Tang, Song, and Ming China

 

Emerging Global Interactions—circa 1400–1800 C.E.

HIST 111 Sheet 1

HIST 111 Sheet 2

HIST 111 Sheet 3

HIST 111 Sheet 4

HIST 121 Sheet 1

HIST 121 Sheet 2

HIST 121 Sheet 3

HIST 121 Sheet 4

Political and Industrial Revolutions, Nationalism— 1750–1914:

American Revolution, French Revolution, and Latin American independence movements

 

Political and Industrial Revolutions, Nationalism— 1750–1914: Industrialization, population expansion, and urbanization

HIST 111

HIST 122

Political and Industrial Revolutions, Nationalism— 1750–1914: New ideologies including liberalism, socialism, and Marxism

HIST 111 Sheet 1

HIST 111 Sheet 2

HIST 121 Sheet 1

HIST 121 Sheet 2

Conflicts, Ideologies and Evolutions in the Twentieth Century:

The First World War and The Russian Revolutions

HIST 112 Sheet 1

HIST 112 Sheet 2

HIST 122 Sheet 1

HIST 122 Sheet 2

Conflicts, Ideologies and Evolutions in the Twentieth Century:  The Second World War and The Cold War

HIST 112

HIST 122

Conflicts, Ideologies and Evolutions in the Twentieth Century: The social and economic role of the state and movements to extend rights

HIST 112 Sheet 1

HIST 112 Sheet 2

HIST 122 Sheet 1

HIST 122 Sheet 2

Contemporary Trends—1991 to the Present

HIST 112 Sheet 1

HIST 112 Sheet 2

HIST 122 Sheet 1

HIST 122 Sheet 2

Physical Geography of North America

HIST 151

Native American Peoples

AIS 368

HIST 368

INED 411

European Exploration and Colonization

HIST 151

Establishing a New Nation (1776–1791)

HIST 151

Early Years of the New Nation (1791–1829)

HIST 151

Continued National Development (1829–1850's)

HIST 151

Civil War Era (1850–1870's)

HIST 151

Emergence of the Modern United States (1877–1900)

HIST 349

HIST 356

HIST 362

HIST 365

HIST 368

HIST 371

HIST 376

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 467

Progressive Era through the New Deal (1900–1939)

HIST 349

HIST 356

HIST 357

HIST 368

HIST 371

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 379

HIST 460

HIST 469

HIST 476

The Second World War and the Postwar Period (1939– 1963)

HIST 349

HIST 358

HIST 368

HIST 371

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 379

HIST 460

HIST 469

HIST 476

Recent Developments (1960's– Present)

HIST 349

HIST 358

HIST 368

HIST 371

HIST 377

HIST 378

HIST 379

HIST 460

HIST 469

HIST 476

 


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