Answer each of the following in at least 100 words: IN YOUR OWN WORDS! 1. What was the significance of the creation of the Department of Defense and the CIA in the immediate postwar period? Why was the United States so focused on its national security? What impact do you think the creation of the… Continue reading Answer each of the following in at least 100 words: IN YOUR OWN WORDS!
Compare and contrast two or three selections from the Koran with two or three selections from the Hebrew and/or Christian Scriptures. (You may include Mohammad’s Farewell Sermon as one of your selections.) You should choose from the readings in the Required and Recommended Readings sections, but if there is a passage not listed that you… Continue reading How do the islam readings compare with the hebrew and/or christian readings in tone, theology, conceptions of god, and other ways?
Final world history report (cannot be on any us history) 1. dig deep into a particular topic/event/person in the 20th century from 1900-2000 and walk us through how that topic evolved through the years and what happened. Now we want you to produce final document about your research that demonstrates your research skills and your… Continue reading How does the history of the topic impact its present- if applicable?
This section requires you to write short answers to each identification question. There are 20 identification questions worth 10 points each for 200 points total. Each answer must address who, what, when, where, and why in the identification. Each answer should be no more than one paragraph in length (4-5 sentences or 100-150 words), double-spaced… Continue reading Explain why the individual, group, or event is significant for understanding african american studies (2 points)
Schooling the Freed People: Teaching, Learning and the Struggle for Black Freedom, 1861-1876.(Book) All students are required to write a book review essay of one of the four books from the second half of the course. Your book critique should be 8-10 pages in length and follow the directions below. Your review will be based… Continue reading This portion of the review should expand on the 3 or 4 criteria you are using to assess the book.
PLEASE READ************** Create a world map. Draw and label three important places discussed in each of the fourteen textbook chapters, as well as five of the most important places relating to world history in general (that’s a total of 47 items). Accuracy, neatness, and creativity will all count toward the ten-point total. Be sure to… Continue reading Correct identification and geographical location of 47 required items — 3 points
In a 5 – 8 page paper , 12-point font, double spaces, 1-inch margins, explain the experience/heritage of Africans and African identity in the country you selected. Alternatives to a paper submission are also accepted with consultation and approval from the instructor. The student may examine any single or multiple aspects of African heritage, including… Continue reading What events or individuals of african descent in that country influenced society in a broad or small way?
Proposal: due by 11/19 3:00 PM CST The propsal: Proposal that is approximately two pages. One page will be your description of your topic and the questions or hypotheses you’re engaging with so far. The second page should be an annotated bibliography that includes both primary and secondary sources. Final Writing Assignment: You have the… Continue reading Undergraduates will be required to write a 7-8 page paper and only use
Read Chapter 31, Section 4 : https://openstax.org/books/us-history/pages/31-4-bill-clinton-and-the-new-economy Read Chapter 32 : https://openstax.org/books/us-history/pages/32-introduction Review Terrorism PowerPoint below You are to post two new threads for this discussion board (foreign issues and domestic issues). Each post should be a paragraph (5-6 sentences) long. Some foreign issues to consider are Bosnia, NAFTA, Wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and… Continue reading Each post should be a paragraph (5-6 sentences) long.
A critical review and depiction of the police actions that took place in the Ras Tafari Communities near Washington, DC in 1986 that involved mistreatment and profiling.