High School World History--Full Year Course (Part 2 of 3)

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World History is an in-depth study of our global community's past, emphasizing the people and events that changed past societies, and how these changes affect our modern society.

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US Grade 9 - 12
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Topic 1 Sources:
Scientific American Article–Robert Braidwood
Quotes from John F. Kennedy, Maya Angelou, Michael Crichton, Martin Luther KIng, Jr., and Winston Churchill
Paleolithic Cave Paintings
The Making of Mankind–Richard E. Leakey 
Hammurabi’s Code of Laws (translation by L.W. King)
The Epic of Gilgamesh
Hymn to the Nile

Topic 2 Sources
Analects of Confucius
Selections From The Laozi (Daodejing)
The Vermin by Han Feizi
Edicts of Asoka
The Changing Global Religious Landscape by Pew Research Center
History of Ancient India by Arun Bhattacharjee
The Rig Veda (Ancient Indian collection of hymns)
The Shi Jing (Classic of History)
The Ten Commandments (Exodus 20.1)
The Quran
New Testament (Christian Bible)

Topic 3 Sources
Hippocrates Oath
Pericles’ Funeral Oration
Excerpt from the Elements by Euclid
Excerpt from Antigone by Sophocles
Myron’s Sculpture The Discus Thrower
the Laws of the Twelve Tables
The History of the World by JM Roberts
Encyclopedia of World Biography 

Topic 4 Sources
The Magna Carta
Excerpts from The Decameron by Italian Writer Giovanni Boccaccoio who survived the Plague
Decoded DNA reveals details of Black Death Germ NPR October 12, 2011
An Image of Plague by Giovanni Sercambi
Marchione di Coppo Stefani, The Florentine Chronicle (c. 1370) Source: Adapted from Stefani, Marchion di Coppo. Cronaca fiorentina. Rerum Italicarum Scriptores, Vol. 30. , ed. Niccolo Rodolico. Citta di Castello: 1903-13.
Excerpt from writings of  Pope Urban II, 1095
Ekkehard’s Hierosolymita, a history, 1099
Chronicles of Fulcher of Chartres, late 11c
Excerpt from  “Legacy of the Crusades,” Aramco World
Chronicles of Fulcher of Chartres, 1127
Krey, August C.  The First Crusade: The Accounts of Eyewitnesses and Par-ticipants.  Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1921
The Islamic leader Saladin’s speech urging his people to retake Jerusalem, 1187
The Perfect History by Ibn Al-Athir (Arab Muslim Historian), 1200s

Topic 5 Sources
Image: Madonna Enthroned Between Two Angels by Duccio di Buoninsegna
Image: Mona Lisa by Leonardo di Vinci
Theodore Rabb, The Last Days of the Renaissance & The March to Modernity, Basic Books, 2006
Excerpt from the English play Everyman, written by an unknown author in 1485
Excerpt from Hamlet by William Shakesphere, 1601
Drawings of the Universe by Claudius Ptolemy (circa 100 CE) and Nicholaus Copernicus (circa 1500)
Zodiac Man from a book by Johann Regiomontanus, 1512
On the Makeup of the Human Body by Belgian physician Andreas Vesalius, 1543
Wycliffe, John.  De  Conversatione  Ecclesiasticorum.  From  Tracts  and Treatises  of  John de  Wycliffe,  ed. Robert  Vaughan. London: Blackburn and  Pardon, 1845
Thatcher, Oliver J. The Library of Original Sources. Vol V: The Early Medieval World. Milwaukee: University Research Extension Co, 1907
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Canterbury Tales. Ed. David Wright and Christopher Cannon. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2011
Erasmus, Desiderius. The Praise of Folly. From Readings in European History, ed. James Robinson. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1906.
Martin Luther’s Theses
Lacroix, Paul. Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages, and at the Period of the Renaissance. London: Bickers and Son, 1874
Reformation Reader, 2nd ed. Ed. Denis R. Janz. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008
Bainton, Roland. Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1950
McKim, Donald K. The Cambridge Companion to Martin Luther. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge UP, 2003

Topic 6 Sources
Image: Madonna Enthroned Between Two Angels by Duccio di Buoninsegna
Image: Mona Lisa by Leonardo di Vinci
Theodore Rabb, The Last Days of the Renaissance & The March to Modernity, Basic Books, 2006
Excerpt from the English play Everyman, written by an unknown author in 1485
Excerpt from Hamlet by William Shakesphere, 1601
Drawings of the Universe by Claudius Ptolemy (circa 100 CE) and Nicholaus Copernicus (circa 1500)
Zodiac Man from a book by Johann Regiomontanus, 1512
On the Makeup of the Human Body by Belgian physician Andreas Vesalius, 1543
Wycliffe, John.  De  Conversatione  Ecclesiasticorum.  From  Tracts  and Treatises  of  John de  Wycliffe,  ed. Robert  Vaughan. London: Blackburn and  Pardon, 1845
Thatcher, Oliver J. The Library of Original Sources. Vol V: The Early Medieval World. Milwaukee: University Research Extension Co, 1907
Chaucer, Geoffrey. The Canterbury Tales. Ed. David Wright and Christopher Cannon. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2011
Erasmus, Desiderius. The Praise of Folly. From Readings in European History, ed. James Robinson. Boston: Ginn and Company, 1906.
Martin Luther’s Theses
Lacroix, Paul. Military and Religious Life in the Middle Ages, and at the Period of the Renaissance. London: Bickers and Son, 1874
Reformation Reader, 2nd ed. Ed. Denis R. Janz. Minneapolis: Fortress Press, 2008
Bainton, Roland. Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. New York: Abingdon-Cokesbury Press, 1950
McKim, Donald K. The Cambridge Companion to Martin Luther. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge UP, 2003

Topic 7 Resources
Historian John P. McKay describes the impact of the Fall of Constantinople (1453) on Europe and the role it played in causing the Age of Exploration in A History of Western Society 10th ed. (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2011). 
A map of exploration routes coming from Portugal.  Rulers of Portugal began to fund voyages of exploration under the rule of Prince Henry, “The Navigator,” a nickname earned for his interest in new navigation technologies he brought to Europe from the Arab world.  From Civilization in the West published by Pearson Education.
An excerpt from the journal of Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer who led voyages funded by the monarchs of Spain in 1492. Columbus sailed west from Spain in order to reach India while avoiding Africa.  He died believing his men discovered a westward route to India, but in fact, landed in the Caribbean. http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/columbus1.asp 
Vasco da Gama, a Portuguese explorer sent by the Kings of Portugal to find a sea route to India.  In 1497 his boats rounded the Cape of Good Hope and reached Calicut (Calcutta), India on May 20, 1498.  Excerpt from da Gama’s journal from: http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/mod/1497degama.asp 
A  map  of  the  notable  voyages  of  the  era  and  the  territories  each  country acquired.    A  History  of  Western  Society  10th  ed.  (Boston:  Bedford/St.  Martin’s,  2011). 
The  Moneylender  and  His  Wife,  by  Quentin  Matsys,  was  painted  in  1514  in  the  Netherlands.   The  Age  of  Exploration  brought  new  wealth  to  Europe  and  gave  rise  to  new  institutions,  like  banks, that  would  regulate  the  expanding  economy.
“England’s Treasure by Forrain Trade,” written in 1664 by Thomas Mun, an English economist and mercantilist, describes the positive effects the Age of Exploration had on political centralization and power in Europe. The spelling is true to 17th century English.  Modern History Sourcebook: http://www.fordham.edu/Halsall/mod/1664mun-engtrade.asp 
As European countries established colonies around the world, an exchange of trade goods across the Atlantic Ocean came to replace the Silk Roads.  The trans-Atlantic trade network was known as the Columbian Exchange, after Christopher Columbus.  venturacollege.edu.  

Topic 8 Sources:
Gordon A. Craig, Europe 1815-1914, 1966
Excerpt from Austro-Hungarian Red Book No. 7
Excerpt from Article 231 of the Versailles Treaty
Excerpt from Count Brockdorff-Rantzau, leader of the German delegation to the Versailles Peace Conference on   May 7, 1919
Sidney Bradshaw Fay, Origins of the World War
Raymond Aron, The Century of Total War
Dr. Seuss, PM Magazine, August 13, 1941
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, State of the Union Address, January 6, 1941
James G. Thompson, letter to the editor, Pittsburgh Courier, originally printed January 31, 1942 and reprinted April 11, 1942
Sarah Killingsworth, The Good War, An Oral History of World War II
Government Printing Office; Order 16-34533-1; 1943
Ansel Adams, Photographs of Japanese Americans
Westinghouse for the War Production Co-Ordinating, c. 1943
Executive Order 8802, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, June 25, 1941 

Topic 9 Sources:
Letter from N. Khrushchev to President John Kennedy, October 27, 1962
Letter from President John Kennedy to N. Khrushchev, October 27, 1962
Extracts from President Truman's speech of March 12th 1947 - The Truman Doctrine
Excerpts from a Foreign Office Report
UNICEF, "Vaccines Bring 7 Diseases Under Control," 1996
Mark Fischetti, "Developing Countries are Battling Diseases of the Rich and Poor," Scientific American, 2016
United Nations Report on HIV/AIDS, Regional HIV and AIDS Statistics and Features, 2018
President Harry Truman, Address to Joint Session of Congress, March 12, 1947
President Dwight Eisenhower, Address to Joint Session of Congress, January 5, 1957

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