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Important components of globalization include
-Economic, political, social, & cultural
-Countries, regions, continents
Match the following:
1. what shapes history
2. what drives history
1. the exchange and spread of various items, goods, technologies, types of information, ideas, beliefs, ways of living and doing things, etc. and the human responses to them
2. the human ambition to alter ones condition to match ones hopes
Within the development of the worldwide human web over the past 2000 years, match the following transition points with their developments:
1. About 2,000 years ago
2. From about 500 years ago
3. From about 160 years ago
2. The unification, via oceanic navigation, of the worlds metropolitan webs and most of its other remaining local or regional webs into a single global, cosmopolitan web
1. the formation of the 'Old World Web', the largest trans-regional web which spanned most of Eurasia and North Africa
3. The acceleration and intensification of the worldwide human web via industrialization, electrification, and digitization
1. common human origins as the basis for human relationship
2. progressively increasing world population
3. increasing speed and range of communication and travel
4. increasing interconnectivity and interdependence of the world's regions and peoples
5. increasing complexity and power and expanding impact of technology
6. accelerating depletion of natural resources and increasing change of environment and climate
1. international trade
2. world empires
3. religious missions and pilgrimage
4. international migration
5. world tourism, research, etc
6. communication and transportation tech
2. 1500-1890, esp. 1700-1830
1. The Columbian exchange
2. The atlantic slave trade
3. the industrial revolution
4. the great 19th- century migrations
5. white western imperialism & world dominance
-the pre-historic settlement of America from northern asia
-the colonization in the period between approx. 1500 and 800 BCE of the eastern Pacific islands by the people of the Marquesas
-The expansion eastward, westward, and southward of the Bantu- speaking peoples of the Niger-Congo region in Africa between 500 BCE and 1000 CE
In comparing and contrasting European expansionism in Asia versus the Americas in the post- 1450 CE period, match the following:
1. Europeans in Asia
2. Europeans in the Western Hemisphere
2. Destroyed indigenous political structures and expelled the native peoples into the 'wilderness', founding neo-European offshoot societies based in their own customs and institutions, language and religions
1. Integrated themselves into the existing networks of trade and commerce and became participants in power struggles that had begun before their arrival
Match the following number of Black African slaves with the Western colonies to which they were shipped in the Americas
1. Portuguese Brazil
2. Spanish south & central America
3. british, French, ad dutch Caribbean
4. British North America
Concerning the percentages of typically Muslim Senegambia slaves who were imported and introduced into Louisiana, match the following:
1. those imported by the French
2. those introduced by the Spanish
1. two-thirds of the men and women
2.After 1763, 61% total
The history of the islam in the Americas began with_
Although more studies on the history of slavery and African indigenous cultural and religious survivals have been produced in the US than anywhere else in the Americas...
-there is no mention of Islam or Muslim Africans in any of the major works on the slave trade and slavery
-no reference to their story, contributions, or mere presence can be found in publications on African American culture or religion
-only in the 1990s has there been, from time to time, an allusion to or a few words on the Muslims in scholarly works
Concerning the steamship and its related advances, developments, and impact, ________.
__ the speed by which news traveled increased by a factor of 10,000 times.
__ by about 1880 a telegram could be sent from London to any relatively significant place in the entire British Empire.
- it accelerated developments on the financial and commodities markets
__ Widely expanding industry.
__ Unprecedented pressure on the environment (ecology).
__ Crowding and poverty leading to new patterns of emigration.
__ An unprecedented shift from rural to urban living (urbanization).
__ Frequent social unrest via revolution, nationalism and terrorism.
-enlightment ideals of liberty, equality, and justice
-religious (Christian) ideals of freedom, equality, and justice
-economic development and profit
-in the pre-16th century migrations, people left their original homelands, never returned and maintained no or merely weak contact with anybody possibly left behind
-The pre-16th century migrations did not take place on a regular basis
Which of the following are true concerning nineteenth-century world migrations?
__ Since immigrants usually maintained contact with their homelands, the long-distance migration of the nineteenth century covered the globe with a netting of transoceanic kinship connections.
__ Immigrants settled frontiers.
__ Immigrants became good customersfor products from their homeland, contributing economically to globalintegration.
__ Immigrants established newcompanies and branches of business, contributing economically to globalintegration.
__ 40-45 million Europeans who emigrated to especially North and South America.
__ 7 million (sometimes forced) immigrants to Asian Russia from Eastern Europe & East Asia.
__ 60 million Indians, Chinese, and Japanese migrating as contract laborers to Southeast Asia, the United States, the Caribbean, and East and South Africa.
-Black African muslim slave (1600-1900 CE)
-Early American converts (late 19th, early 20th centuries)
-19th-20th century great migrations
-20th century black nationalist islam
-late 20th century migrations and globalization
-the American revolution
-the later rise of the KKK, black lynchings, and Jim crow segregation laws following Civil War Emancipation amidst..
-religious & scientific racist theories between the 18th-20th centuries
-1909: W.E.B. DuBois and the founding of the national association for the advancement of colored people
-(1913) 1925: Timothy Drew Ali founds Moorish Science Temple in Newark, NJ, teaching black dignity and supremacy over whites
-1914: Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) established by Marcus Garvey
-1920-30s: 2nd KKK re-grouped and active through US
-European imperialism in the Middle East, increasing world pop., industrialization, and the decreasing slave-trade
-the arrival of Middle eastern and N. African muslim immigrants in the late 1800s and early 1900s
-internal migrations of African americans from the rural south to the industrialized urban north following WWI
-1960s: Malcolm x becomes Elijah Muhammad's spoke person
-July 1964: Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson signs the Civil rights act
-Feb 21,1965: Malcolm X assassinated
-Aug 1965: Congress passes the voting rights act
-Sep 1965: Pres. Johnson issues Executive order 11246
-Oct 15,1966: Black panther party formed in Oakland CA
-June 12, 1967: Supreme court rules in Loving vs. Virgina
-Apr 4, 1968: MLK assasinated
-Malcolm little-> Malcolm X
-Cassius Clay->Muhammad Ali
-Cat stevens-> Yusuf Ali
-Jermaine Jackson-> Muhammad Abdul Aziz
-the 1967 six day war
-the 1973 October yom kippur war
-the 1975-1990 Lebanese civil war
-1979 Iranian revolution
-1979-89 Russo-Afghan war
-1980-88 Iran-Iraq war
Zoroaster in Persia, Confucius in China, Buddha in India, the Hebrew prophets in Israel.
1. Al-Ma’mun (813-833 CE)
2. Al-Mansur (754-775) and Harun al-Rashid (786-809)
3. Al-Mahdi (775-785)
1. Founder of the renowned ‘House of Wisdom’ at Baghdad and promoter of interreligious dialogue
2. Commissioned translations of scientific,philosophical, and other scholarly works into Arabic
3. Engaged in open, public dialogue with Timothy I, thehead of the Church of the East at Baghdad
Baghdad between the eighth and tenth centuries should bespoken of in the same breath as _______________.
The golden age of Athens during the time of Pericles in the fifth century BCE; Alexandria of the Ptolemies from the third to first centuries BCE; Renaissance Florence of the Medici family in the fifteenth century.
-Genghis Khan and his Mongol court (1206-1227)
-Akbar in Mughal India (1556-1605)
-western Europe itself
-Arabic muslim contributions
-the Mediterranean island of Sicily
none of them have grounds for claiming religious dominance or superiority amidst the contending claims of the world religions to humankind's social, cultural, political & economic heritage;
there are solid grounds for promoting mutual respect, appreciation and even cooperation between them.
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