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PBS’s Armenian Genocide Roundtable

April 16, 2019


About a third of the country’s PBS stations did not air the roundtable discussion that we will view in class. The roundtable was protested by many Armenian groups because it gave a platform for those who deny that a genocide took place. The New York Times published an article regarding the cancellation, which you guys […]

Russia/Japan Industrialization DBQ

April 9, 2019


Shout-out to for the images (and for saving me some time). This is the DBQ from the practice exam that the college board has up on their site for your download. During class, we will be breaking down this document by document and then you all will be responsible for coming up with an […]

Disease Model of Revolutions Project

March 18, 2019


If you were not in class, here is the packet and outline of the disease model of revolutions for your project – remember, you have to invent a disease that you feel best represents your assigned revolution. Revolutions Around the World Stages_of_Revolution  

The History of Our World in 18 Minutes

March 8, 2019


If you think going through all of World History in a semester is impressive, check this out. After viewing the TED Talk by David Christian, please complete the following questions: What are “Goldilocks Conditions?” What are “Threshold Moments?” What does he identify as the four things in the Big History of humanity that qualify as […]

King Charles II’s Family Circle

March 1, 2019


Inbreeding is not a good thing, especially when you’re trying to maintain a bloodline of people competent enough to govern an empire. Seriously, the condition of having a severe underbite is called having a Hapsburg Jaw, after the family. Inbreeding made it so terrible that by Charles’ time, he had problems talking, chewing, and he […]