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In discussing Islamic religious beliefs, scholars frequently speak of the power of Islam “to unify.” Looking at the early history of Islam and at its later manifestations in the worlds of the Mongol Khanates, write an essay in which you define at least 4 different ways in which Muhammad as a prophet and Islam as a faith were able to work as a unifying force.  Compare at least 3 of your 4 points about Islam to what you have learned about one of the other 2 “Abrahamic” faiths (Christianit

Discussion Question 1: Do you think that America’s fear of a Communist takeover during the 1960s was valid?

Exploring the 1960s (Answered DQ 1 and DQ 2 + References)


Discussion Question 1: Do you think that America’s fear of a Communist takeover during the 1960s was valid? 


Discussion Question 2:  In the 1960s change was occurring around the globe. Choose any two countries other than the United States and do research to find out what kinds of change were taking place there. 


World Civilization (History)

Choose one of the regions covered in the last 3 lectures of the course (Mediaeval Europe, Byzantium, Mongol/Turkic Eurasian Silk Road) and write an essay on changing political systems.  Identify 4 ways in which the populations in these areas would have been most affected by the changes in regimes.  How would they have been affected in each case?    Identify two social or geographical or economic areas where the change would have been felt the least.

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Greek sculpture the Hellenistic period “The Bronze Boxer”

Greeks contributed immensely to Western civilization and that is why they are widely accredited.  Although the Greek devised most artwork, some of the parts were copied from Egypt and others from the Near East. For instance, the alphabet used today is referred to as the Roman alphabet, but it came from Greek alphabet (Sarris, Peter 121).  

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