What is History?
- Friedrich Nietzsche, "On the Use and Abuse of History for Life,"
version (read from section I through first 7 paragraphs of section
[note 9/30/09: with my browser print settings, this is about to p. 23
of 70 total pages]
- Mary Lynn Rampolla, Pocket Guide to Writing in History, chap.
1 (book, or pdf)
Equiano; Conventions for writing in
Latin American Leaders; preparing
for first paper
- Simon Bolivar, Jamaican Letter, 1815 (Welborn)(wiki
text online @ Emory)
- K. Wolf, "Eva Perón and Golda Meir," in: Personalities
& Problems (1994), 113-126 (read to 119)
China from Leader to Led; Japan from
Isolation to Aggression
- Lord McCartney's Observations (1792); Emperor Qianlong to George III
- Lin Zexu, Letter to Queen Victoria (1839); Treaty of Nanjing (1842)
- Tokugawa Nariaki (1800-1860), "Japan, Reject the Westerners,"
- Okawa Shumei and Hashimoto Kingoro, "Justification for War,"
1936 (Tsunoda, 1964)(Brittanica
Shumei bio; HK
text @ UCLA)
India; Review for midterm
- I Rammohun Roy on Hindu Women and Education, early 19th c. (Pearson)
- C.C. Hazewell, "The Indian Revolt," Atlantic Monthly, 1857
- Dadabhai Naoroji, "The Benefits of British Rule in India,"
Calls to Action in the Early
20th Century; discuss Family History Assignment
- Aletta Jacobs, “A Call to the Women of All Nations,” & Resolutions,
- Mohandas Gandhi, “Satyagraha” [Non-Violence], 1921 (Welborn)
- Sun Yat-sen, Fundamentals of National Reconstruction, 1923 (Kishlansky)
- Nelson Mandela, Speech to the Court, Apr. 20, 1964 (Welborn)
Ideologies before and after
World War II
- Benito Mussolini, "Fascism," 1932 (Sherman)
- Adolf Hitler, excerpt from Mein Kampf, 1925
- Heinrich Himmler, Speech to the SS, 1943 (Reilly)
- Josef Stalin, Speech about the first five year plan, 1933 (Welborn)
at casahistoria-see 3c; 1930s
- Vaclav Havel, "The Failure of Communism," 1990 (Perry) (full
bio; wiki bio;
Creating States in the 20th Century;
discuss Family History prospectuses
- Ho Chi Minh, Declaration of Independence, 1945; Appeal to Nation, 1968
- Francisco García Calderón, "Latin America: Its
Rise and Progress," 1912 (Andrea/Overfeld)
- Lazáro Cárdenas, Speech to the Nation, 1938 (Andrea/Overfeld)
- Volta Project Editorial (1965) and Interview Abena Animwaa (2005)
Non-Classroom Instructional Week (Thanksgiving)
- Balfour Declaration (1917); UN Resolution 242 (1967); PLO National
- United Nations Declaration against Colonialism, 1961 (all Sherman,
- K. Wolf, "… and Golda Meir" (see above, week 3), read pp.
119-124 [above, 15-18
Economic Development and Environmental
- Nnamdi Azikiwe, Speech on Imperialism,1949 (Pearson)
- Kwame Nkrumah, "I Speak of Freedom," 1961 (Riley/Gerome,…)
- Ali Mazrui & Michael Tidy, Reviving African Culture, 1984 (Sherman)
- Mikhail Gorbachev, Perestroika, 1987 (Welborn) (1988
article; wiki def)
- John Roach, "By 2050 Warming to Doom Million Species," 2004
- Andrew Revkin, "Climate Data Hint at Irreversible Rise in Seas,"