Nineteenth-century Europe history essay

PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING EXAM QUESTIONS. THE EXAM HAS THREE (3) SECTIONS. YOUR EXAM MUST BE COMPLETED IN PARAGRAPH AND ESSAY FORMAT. THE IDENTIFICATION SECTION IS WORTH 20% OF THE EXAM GRADE, THE SHORT-ESSAY QUESTION IS WORTH 30%, AND THE LONG-ESSAY QUESTION 50%. PLEASE CONSIDER THE GRADING RUBRIC THAT FOLLOWS THE QUESTIONS WHEN YOU CONSTRUCT YOUR ANSWERS. THE STRONGEST ANSWERS WILL ADHERE TO THE BASIC REQUIREMENTS LISTED IN THE GRADING RUBRIC. REMEMBER, TOO, THAT IF YOU MUST PUT ALL MATERIAL INTO YOUR OWN WORDS, AND IF YOU QUOTE, YOU MUST CONSISTENTLY CITE YOUR SOURCE (MY LECTURES, TEXTBOOK, ETC.). MATERIAL ON THIS EXAM IS REFLECTIVE OF THE THEMES AND CONTENT DEVELOPED SINCE THE MIDTERM AND USED IN THE LAST SEVERAL QUIZZES AND PAPER. LIFTING FROM PREVIOUSLY SUBMITTED WORK CONSTITUTES PLAGIARISM AND WILL RESULT IN A FAILED EXAM.
YOUR EXAM MUST BE COMPLETED IN AN ESSAY FORMAT. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT YOUR EXAM ACCORDING TO THE FOLLOWING FORMAT: TYPED, DOUBLE-SPACED, 12-POINT, TIMES NEW ROMAN FONT WITH ONE-INCH MARGINS. LATE EXAM SUBMISSIONS WILL BE PENALIZED ACCORDINGLY (PER THE SYLLABUS).
SECTION I: IDENTIFICATION – (20% OF THE EXAM, OR 5% EACH)
Compose short but full and complete paragraph answers (6-8 sentences in length) that describe the historical significance of four (4) of the fifteen (15) terms below. Historical significance is more than a simple definition. Your terms should clearly show detailed evidence for how they are important in both the context of the historical period in question and broader course themes.

Choose 4 from the 15 terms below:

Tennis Court Oath The Berlin Conference Giuseppe Mazzini

mercantilism Realpolitik/Weltpolitik Manifest Destiny

Tanzimat reforms Zionism War Capitalism

Religious Toleration/Tolerance Olympe de Gouges Creole

Simón Bolívar Social Contract The Enlightenment

SECTION II: SHORT ESSAY – (30% OF THE EXAM)
Compose a short, two-three – (2-3) – paragraph essay (8-10 sentences in length each) in answer to one (1) of the following questions:

Choice A – Define nationalism in nineteenth-century Europe. Give and critically analyze two country-specific examples in your answer.

Choice B – Compare “old” and “new” imperialism in the context of the early modern and modern West.

Choice C – Explain the transition from a mercantilist to a capitalist economy in the late-early-modern West and use Sven Beckert’s book to support your answer.

Choice D – How did absolutist rulers in 18th century Europe respond to the Enlightenment?

Choice E – What impact did European colonization (from the 1500s-1800s) have on non-western populations around the world?

Section II: Long Essay – (50% of the exam)

Compose a long, four to five – (4-5) – paragraph essay (8-10 sentences in length each) in answer to one (1) of the following questions (support your answers with my lectures, the textbook, and all appropriate supplementary readings):

Choice A – How did cotton become global? Use Sven Beckert’s Empire of Cotton as a springboard for connecting his thesis to course material on nationalism, industrialization, and empire in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Choice B – Explain and analyze globalization in the late-nineteenth century with that of globalization in the 1100s-1300s.

Choice C – How did the French Revolution lay the foundations for the modern nation-state?

Choice D – What role did nationalism play in the development of modern states during the nineteenth century?

Grading Criteria

Thesis Statement-~10%

Single statement laying out the argument of the essay. Should be obvious to reader and answer the question. The thesis is a “Roadmap.” You must tell me what you’re discussing in the essay. Hook your reader into the topic with a strong first sentence that answers the question.

Source Evidence-20%

You should include direct, relevant references or quotes from some of the primary source materials you’ve read. Beyond referencing these texts, you should also explain the significance of the evidence you use from these texts.

Contextual Evidence-40%

You should use the secondary sources (textbook and lectures) to provide relevant background/context for your essay.

Accuracy-20%

Information is correct. Command of course information and readings should be evident.

Organization, Style, & Citations-10%

Proofread. Informal, but should be organized clearly and succinctly considering you’ve had the exam question for several days and time to prepare outlines and potential answers. Use an MLA-style, parenthetical format to cite your work. Do not use materials from outside the class!

1- Empire of cotton.

2- crossroads and cultures.

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and the the first section like this :

Choose 4 from the 15 terms below:

Tennis Court Oath /// The Berlin Conference /// Giuseppe Mazzini

mercantilism /// Realpolitik/Weltpolitik /// Manifest Destiny

Tanzimat reforms //// Zionism //// War Capitalism

Religious Toleration/Tolerance //// Olympe de Gouges //// Creole

Simón Bolívar //// Social Contract //// The Enlightenment

i think you will find the answer of this long essay Q: Choice A – How did cotton become global? Use Sven Beckert’s Empire of Cotton as a springboard for connecting his thesis to course material on nationalism, industrialization, and empire in the 18th and 19th centuries.

 

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