Students will analyze the origin and effectiveness of regional resistance movements in India, Africa, and Asia by:
Revolutions and their Consequences 1750-1890
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Analyzing how and why Qing/Manchu China resisted industrialization and trade with Europe and the effectiveness of the Taiping Uprising and the Boxer Rebellion in resisting economic imperialism.
Comparing the methods and effectiveness of military, political, and religious resistance movements in German Southwest Africa/Tanganyika, Samori Ture in French West Africa/Guinea, Asante in Gold Coast/Ghana, and Menelik II in Ethiopia.
Assessing the social, economic, and intellectual origins and significant events that led to the development of Indian Nationalism.
Examining the creation of, and relationships among, those within the South African caste system.