History 100 Arab and Islamic Culture 2

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hello my assignment is an essay and half (I know wired right)

1 is post-Midterm Them that I want only a page and I prefer the topic about Arab and Islamic Cultere

2 Course Them this one only half a page and you can pick whatever topic you want from the study guide attached.

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History 100D, Study Guide for Final Fall 2017 The final will cover material presented primarily in lectures, material that the textbook and our primary source readings supplement and reinforce. The exam will consist of 20 multiple-choice questions (worth 20%), an essay section that will address the large themes of the second half of the course (worth 50%), and another essay section that will address the overall major themes of the entire course covered this semester (worth 30%). I. Terms In your preparation for the exam, you should seek to identify and know the historical significance of the following terms: Constantine Secular Clergy Procopius’ Monks Theodora Hagia Sophia Augustine Vikings Gabriel Khadija II. Dar al-Islam Sufi Sikhism Mansa Musa Seljuks Temüjin Pax Mongolica Khanates The Rus Third Rome The Yuan Shogunate Black Death Mamluks Gujarati Kennewick Man Berigina Copán Ōllamaliztli Mexica Tenochtitlán Machu Picchu Zheng He Ottoman Empire Atlantic Barrier Reconquista Treaty of Tordesillas Post-Midterm Themes When preparing (this includes studying the above terms), it is important that you have a clear command of why the following historical themes are significant, and how they relate to the broad narrative of the course – the history and development of cultural zones and cultural connections in the world. New Cultural Zones, Global Trade, Religious Conflict, Maritime Exploration, Pax Romana, Medieval Europe, Byzantine Empire, Arab and Islamic Culture, The Mongols, Chinese Empires, The Americas III. Course Themes The exam will have a question that addresses ALL of the material covered in the course during the entire semester. When preparing for such a question, it will be helpful to you if you have a strong command of the following themes and how they relate to the broad narrative of the course – the history and development of cultural zones and cultural connections in the world. Culture, Human Migration, Agriculture, Nomadic v. Sedentary Societies, Religion and Metaphysical Thinking, Global Trade, 1492 When studying, seek to acquire deep knowledge – do not be satisfied with a general or vague understanding of the course material. Moreover, always think about the relation that can exist between the above terms and themes. The key – always try to make connections between terms and themes. The final is scheduled as following: Section 1, Dec. 13 10:30-12:20 pm; Section 3, Dec. 14, 10:30-12:20pm.
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Running Head: GLOBAL TRADE

Global Trade
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Global Trade
Global trade is also referred to as international trade. It involves importing and exporting
goods and services across the world. Global trade also leads to a world economy where prices of
goods and services, their supply and demand are affected by events that occur all over the world.
It allows for traders to expand their markets for goods and services that are not available in
various countries. Due to global trade, markets now have high competition which leads to
competitive prices that result to cheap products. Global trade has allowed various countries to
use their resources efficiently (Gomory & Baumol, 2000). This is because it allows for
specialization since countries can focus on wha...


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