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Intro ppt 600 1300

  1. 1. The World: 600 -1300 Expanding Communities
  2. 2. Demographic andEnvironmental Changes Nomadic Migrations Vikings Turks Aztecs Mongols ArabsPredict the impact of these movements.
  3. 3. Demographic andEnvironmental Changes Migration of Agricultural Peoples Bantu migrations Europeans to Eastern and Central Europe Consequences of Disease For ex. Black Plague 1348 Growth and Role of Cities UrbanizationHow much of this demonstrates continuity?
  4. 4. Inter-regional networks andContacts Mediterranean  Religious trade circuit connections: Silk Routes missionaries, Indian Ocean inter-religious Trans-Saharan contact Trade  Impact of Trans-American Mongols circuits
  5. 5. Mediterranean Circuits
  6. 6. Silk Routes
  7. 7. Indian Ocean
  8. 8. Trans-Saharan Trade
  9. 9. Trans-American trade
  10. 10. Religious Connections
  11. 11. Impact of Mongols: Blessingor a Curse
  12. 12. China: Internal and ExternalExpansion Tang Dynasty Technological innovations: compass, paper, gunpowder etc. Influence on Japan Footbinding, Neo-Confucianism Song Dynasty All the makings of an industrial revolution Early Ming Zheng He voyages, eunochs and nomadic threats
  13. 13. Islamic World: Dar al-Islam Expanding cultural, economic and political influence Al-Andalus/ Islamic Spain North and West Africa Indian Ocean: East Africa, India, SE Asia Technological accomplishments: astrolabe, algebra, philosophy, cartography…
  14. 14. Al-Andalus
  15. 15. Islamic World: SampleComparisons Compare Islam to Christianity Compare Islamic contacts with Europe and with Africa Crusades- points of view compared Compare gender changes Compare support/ patronage of arts and sciences
  16. 16. Europe Break in eastern and Western Christendom: political significance? Religious schisms compared: Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholicism Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism Sunni/ Shiite in Islam
  17. 17. Europe Restructuring of institutions Role of religion: Papacy, Crusades, architecture and education Development of feudalism Comparison of feudalism in Europe and Japan Increasing importance of monarchy over church
  18. 18. Amer-Indian World Migrations over the Bering Strait at least 10,000 years ago. Northern America: Cahokia Southwest: Hohokam Meso-America; Olmecs, Maya, Toltec (Aztec) South America: Nazca, Moche, (Inca)
  19. 19. Sub-Saharan Africa West African kingdoms: Ghana, Mali, Songhay East African city states: Axum, Kilwa, Mombasa Southern Africa: Great Zimbabwe Contacts with Islamic World, Indian Ocean world, and within Africa Role of Trade, Education and Religion
  20. 20. Questions we will focus on: Was there a world economic network in this time period? How did gender roles change? How can material culture and urban history help us to understand early societies?
  21. 21. Conclusions Examples of continuity? Examples of change?Think about new and old players.Similar patterns and trends: demographic, social and cultural, technological.New avenues of intersection.
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