Questions, comments, concerns?
Looking at the chapters you've read in CV and what knowledge you've acquired from large lecture:
- What are some topics Dr. Wooster might use to formulate his essays?
- Federalist / Anti-Feds
- stronger cent. gov / feared tyranny - strong cent. gov
- Articles of Confed. - failure
- Bill of Rights - Mercy Otis Warren
- separation of powers
- Va. plan vs. Nj plan
- 3/5 Comp. - slavery
- Federalist Papers
- Techumseh and Harrison
- NW Ordinance
- Treaty of Greenville
- Missouri Comp.
- Tenskwatawa - Shaman: religious leader - visions
- Battle of Tippecanoe
- War 1812
- Treaty of Paris 1783
- LP - Jefferson
- Convention of 1818
- Transcontinental Treaty
- Treaty of Ghent
- Election of 1824
- the corrupt bargain
- voter turnout
- What are some of the factors that develop one's worldview?
- Why do acknowledging these factors change our interpretation of an author's work (or does it)?
- What factors (experiences) have shaped your historical actors' world view?
- If you are not focusing on a person as your research topic, how has the world views of select groups (or discourse communities) been shaped? What factors have contributed to their stance on your event or phenomena?
Exam 2 is when?
Keep up with your readings, note-taking, and online assignments for Comp.
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