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Early Modern Period - the Age of Interaction, -the First Global Age) 1450-1750. …the point in history where the balance of power begins to shift. Periodization …mostly in line. Analyze the changes and continuities in Western Europe.

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    1. Early Modern Period- the Age of Interaction, -the First Global Age)1450-1750 …the point in history where the balance of power begins to shift.

    2. Periodization…mostly in line

    3. Analyze the changes and continuities in Western Europe. • Compare the paths of non-Western societies in Asia, Africa & the Americas. • Characterize the world economy during this period. • Analyze the impact of technology on this period. Questions to Consider

    4. Political organization—Empire Building • Cultural & Intellectual Movements • Interaction & its Consequences • Trade • Demographic Shifts • Technology • Gender Roles Themes to Consider (most themes tied heavily into the theme of interaction)

    5. Analyze the changes and continuities in Western Europe.

    6. Key Empires emerge at this time as a result of: • Revolutions in thought and culture • Exploration • Commercial Revolution

    7. Similarities? • Differences? Case Studies: Catholic vs. Protestant Nations, Absolute vs. Limited Monarchies

    8. Changes • Growth of cities • Middle class • Marriage and family structure • Questioning spirit • Women’s roles • religion Continuities? Changes and Continuities?

    9. Land based Empires: Compare responses to West

    10. Tokugawa Japan • Aztec/Inca Don’t forget the outliers…

    11. Cultural and Intellectual Movements

    12. Characterize the world economy during this period.

    13. The New World Economy/Trade

    14. Demographics: coercive labor

    15. More Demography • Spread of epidemic disease • Smallpox, measles, flu, STD’s • Population decreases dramatically in Americas, leading to the decline of civilizations in Mesoamerica and the Andes. • New racial hierarchies

    16. Degradation of New World • The Little Ice Age Human Interactions w/Environment

    17. Cartography • Compass • Astrolabe • Lateen sails • New ship designs Analyze the impact of technology on this period.

    18. Compare the role of women in two premodern societies.

    19. Little change from previous period • Powerful Exceptions: Elizabeth I, Queen Isabella, Nur Jahan • Still shared power (except Elizabeth) • Impact of Interaction on Women • Racial miscegenation in Americas • Changes in trade/production • Europe: nominal impact of Renaissance/Reformation • Outside of Europe: • Africa matrilineal but impacted by slave trade • Neoconfucianism in China Women