new spain ,” diego duran describes H u m a n i t i e s
Please write approx. 3 paragraphs for EACH study questions, (!!!!! MUST CITE class lecture PPT/book readings as references, MUST USE CORRESPONDING PPT/BOOK READING FOR the CORRESPONDING QUESTIONS)
An example of the CORRECT in-text citation below :
WHAT IS AN IN-TEXT CITATION?
An in-text citation provides a citation within the sentence itself. (In other words, it is NOT a footnote or bibliography.) All of the following are appropriate ways to cite texts:
- As Diego Duran writes in “The History of the Indies of New Spain,” “I am told that the people of Tepeaca did not fight or defend themselves” (29).
- As Diego Duran writes, “I am told that the people of Tepeaca did not fight or defend themselves” (“The History of the Indies of New Spain,” 29).
- It is clear that the Aztecs were the dominant power because the peoples they conquered, such as the Tepeaca, did not try to fight back against them (“The History of the Indies of New Spain”).
- In “The History of the Indies of New Spain,” Diego Duran describes how the Tepeaca people did not try to fight back against the Aztecs.
QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED BELOW：
#1 Comparative empires: How do the early modern empires discussed in class compare in
terms of succession and legitimacy, imperial management/bureaucracy, approaches to
religious tolerance, and other types of difference?
#2 Religious/philosophical developments: What was the nature of religious and
philosophical transformations in Europe and Asia during this period? (Focus on the
Reformations and neo-Confucianism.) What were the primary sources of
disagreement? What effects did these transformations have, both on those close to the
debate and more globally?
#3 An increasingly global world: As the world became more connected after 1500, how did
different empires in the world approach trade and exploration differently? Through what
commodities and labor regimes did parts of the world become connected? Who benefited
from these connections? Who became disadvantaged?
#4 Trade, commerce, and wealth: What attitudes do different empires have toward
commerce, acquiring wealth, and social mobility? What ideologies inform their
respective approaches to trade and commerce? What policies do they enact to promote or
#5 Religion: What policies did different empires introduce to either promote or suppress
religious pluralism? What were the effects of these policies on the people targeted for
their faith? How did leaders justify either their embrace or their suppression of religious
#6 Slavery and colonialism: What policies did different empires introduce to exploit the
labor and/or natural resources of different peoples? How did forms of slavery differ
between empires? How did practices of slavery change over time?
#7 Sources: What historical sources are available to historians from this time period? How
do sources differ between empires? What do certain sources reveal about the people they
are describing, and what do they obscure?
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