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CHOOSE TWO What, ultimately, were the most effective responses of the Catholic Church to both the challenge of Protestantism and demands for spiritual reform from within the Church? How did the Catholic Church carry out reform? By 1700 Absolutism was well established in a number of European states. Why? What characterizes Absolutism? How and why… Continue reading Choose two

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These categories became rigid identities that united certain groups of people and separated them from others.

Between the 15th and 17th centuries, many societies created and reinforced national, state, religious, and cultural identities among their constituents. These categories became rigid identities that united certain groups of people and separated them from others. Do you agree? Using materials from class lectures and assigned readings, write an essay answering this prompt with reference… Continue reading These categories became rigid identities that united certain groups of people and separated them from others.

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What social/cultural purpose and value does the theme park serve?

PROMPT: Theme/Amusement Parks have become an embedded leisure product in today’s global societies. After analyzing the required primary and secondary sources please detail, in your opinion, why do we visit theme parks? What social/cultural purpose and value does the theme park serve? Be sure to use examples/evidence from both Coney Island and Disney World to… Continue reading What social/cultural purpose and value does the theme park serve?

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(you can’t cover everyone and every time period, but do cover a solid range of peoples.)

Choose FOUR of the following topics. In a short paragraph, use your own words to identify what the topic is, argue how it relates to early US history, and show how a reading or video (or any assigned content from the modules) helps to explain its relevance to history. Do reference the source informally and… Continue reading (you can’t cover everyone and every time period, but do cover a solid range of peoples.)

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Read the material and answer the questions “In what ways do Native Californians deal with this abuse, and what reasons does Castaneda offer to explain why this behavior continued unabated and went unpunished?”. I will provide the instructions given by the professor in the files section and the reading material. No research is necessary for… Continue reading Continued

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Compare or contrast two eras in time

Compare or contrast two eras in time Must be done in point-by-point or block method to organize body paragraphs Needs to compare or contrast two or three primary points about the two subjects With either four or six body paragraphs, an introductory paragraph, and a conclusion. The two subjects should have a meaningful connection to… Continue reading Compare or contrast two eras in time

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Place them in the context of mexico’s political and cultural history after the revolution.

Choose two paintings featured on the Whitney’s “Vida Americana” exhibit or from the Diego Rivera website. Place them in the context of Mexico’s political and cultural history after the revolution. Utilize the chapter on Mexico (“Taming the Revolution”) in the book “Modern Latin America” 9th edition and complementary essays to provide a historical context for… Continue reading Place them in the context of mexico’s political and cultural history after the revolution.

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It arose in direct reaction to the existing world view called scholasticism.

Attached is the basic rubric for my research essay assignment. I chose the topic “How Humanism affected the Renaisance,” my professor is rather adamant on what it shuold contain. He wrote: “The question isn’t about the arts. Humanism was a new way of looking at the world that developed after the end of the Crusades.… Continue reading It arose in direct reaction to the existing world view called scholasticism.

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