Students will complete three short writing assignments asking them to connect the historiographical sections in the textbook

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Students will complete three short writing assignments asking them to connect the historiographical sections in the textbook (“Historians Explore”) to the larger themes in each chapter. These assignments will 1) identify the key arguments and themes of the chapter, will 2) discuss the main ideas and arguments of the Historians Explore sections, and finally will 3) explain how the ideas of the Historians Explore sections connect to the larger themes of the textbook and course lectures. The template for these assignments is located under the “files” tab in Canvas. Each section should be between 250-500 words.

Students will complete three short writing assignments asking them to connect the historiographical sections in the textbook
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Students will complete three short writing assignments asking them to connect the historiographical sections in the textbook
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Running head: HISTORIOGRAPHICAL DISCUSSION

Historiographical Discussion
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HISTORIOGRAPHICAL DISCUSSION

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Historiographical Discussion
1. Key arguments and themes
Chapter 3: “The paradoxes of early modern empire” looks into three main subtopics. In
the first subtopic, the key theme is the process of empire building and how different empires
approached the issue. To build an empire, the identification of a strong ruler who has the backing
of the key people has been identified as one of the key issues to put in consideration.
Additionally, when discussing the Christian reformation, consolidation of the Islamic world, and
printed word, the chapter makes a statement about the place of belief in empire building. The
second point of focus is the European Wars of Religion. This subtopic has handled much on the
Civil War in England and Charles V and how divided loyalties led to the war itself. In the final
subtopic, the chapter handled Chinese dynasties, especially the Qing Dynasty. Overall, the
subtopic out...

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