Historical Analysis Project

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You will complete three historical presentations in order to trace the developmental arc of world history. The project allows you to explore world civilizations through the incorporation of elements such as maps, artifacts, and cultural artwork into a visually appealing and informative presentation The three presentations cover

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1) ancient civilizations,

2) medieval and early modern civilizations, and

3) early modernism in the West.

Once complete, you will combine all three presentations into one document to share with your colleagues and comment on each other’s work.

Assignment Instructions Presentation #1:

Ancient Civilizations Course resources provide the needed historical information for the content of the presentation. You may also conduct additional research as needed.

1. Create a visually appealing and informative presentation that introduces key elements of ancient civilizations.

2. Include visual elements such as maps, artifacts, and cultural artwork.

3. Provide a written explanation and analysis for each visual. a. e.g.: A map could be used to show patterns of trade and commerce between civilizations, but the map should also be accompanied by written captions or other explanations. The presentation does not need to include recorded audio narration. Presentation #1 Requirements The presentation should include three main ideas: • Impact of physical geography on the development of ancient civilizations (i.e., Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Kush, Hebrew, Greek, Indian, Chinese, and Roman civilizations). • Intellectual contributions, artistic forms, and traditions (including the religious beliefs) of these civilizations. • Patterns of trade and commerce that influenced these civilizations. Presentation #2: Medieval and Early Modern Civilizations Course resources provide the needed historical information for the content of the presentation. You may also conduct additional research as needed. The presentation should include visual elements such as maps, artifacts, and cultural artwork, in addition to a written explanation. For example, a piece of artwork should also be accompanied by written captions or other explanations. The presentation does not need to include recorded audio narration.

1. Create a visually appealing and informative presentation that introduces key elements of medieval and early modern civilizations. The presentation should include four main ideas: a. Influence of physical geography on the development of medieval and early modern civilizations (i.e., Chinese, Japanese, African, Arabian, Mesoamerican, Andean Highland, and European civilizations) b. Decline of the Western Roman Empire and the development of feudalism as a social and economic system in Europe and Japan. c. Art, architecture, and science of Pre-Columbian America d. Role of Christianity in medieval and early modern Europe, its expansion beyond Europe, and the role of Islam and its impact on Arabia, Africa, Europe and Asia

2. Include visual elements such as maps, artifacts, and cultural artwork.

3. Provide written explanation and analysis for each visual. a. e.g.: A map could be used to show patterns of trade and commerce between civilizations, but the map should also be accompanied by written captions or other explanations. The presentation does not need to include recorded audio narration.

Presentation #2 Requirements The presentation should include four main ideas:

• Influence of physical geography on the development of medieval and early modern civilizations (i.e., Chinese, Japanese, African, Arabian, Mesoamerican, Andean Highland, and European civilizations).

• Decline of the Western Roman Empire and the development of feudalism as a social and economic system in Europe and Japan.

• Art, architecture, and science of Pre-Columbian America.

• Role of Christianity in medieval and early modern Europe, its expansion beyond Europe, and the role of Islam and its impact on Arabia, Africa, Europe and Asia.

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