What is Colonialism and how did it change the face of Aboriginal People of Canada? 3. Governance as a First Nation: Traditionally what did it look like, and what does it mean in 2018? 4. Political Structure in Aboriginal Society: How does this connect with Treaties? PLEASE MAKE SURE TO […]
1.The mountainous terrain of Greece caused the people of each polis to identify themselves as members of that polis rather than as Greeks. So although the same culture, each polis had distinctly unique personalities. Your assignment focuses on two of most influential poli: Athens and Sparta. The relationship between Athens […]
our essays must be no less than 2000 words. (not counting foot-notes/end-notes and Bibliography) Primary sources must be used found in the Library, on your course site and in your Boatwright text Secondary sources must be used your Boatwright text, other books, journal articles, lectures and materials in your Study […]
Explain one (1) critical difference between a basic historical fact, a historical opinion on such a fact, and a historical interpretation of such a fact, based on this week’s readings and other materials. Have the tools from which historians have discerned their facts, evidence, and interpretation evolved, and if so, […]
Emmanuel Sieyès, in What is the Third Estate? (1789) and Herbert Spencer, in Man vs. the State (1884) each address the problem of vast inequality in their respective nations, where a tiny percentage of citizens holds most of the wealth and power. Using evidence, compare the ways these writers describe […]
With reference to political, legal, social and economic developments, explain the rise of American slavery in the colonial era, its antebellum expansion and its destruction during the Civil War and Reconstruction.