HIST 410N - Week 8 Final Exam Discussion Info

# HIST 410N - Week 8 Final Exam Discussion Info

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HIST 410N Contemporary History (Chamberlain - May 2016)

Hist final exam discussion info Week 8

WK 1 study material Week 1 Discussion Board #1 Summary (1900: The Age of Hope and the Age of 'Isms') : In this forum we discussed the impact of western imperialism in the world. European nations, among others have been busy and active for many centuries in exporing, settling, conquering, and often times exploiting the world's undeveloped or underdeveloped nations. This process has of course been going even faster since 1492. European nations have been the most active colonial powers throughout history but the US and even some Asian and Pacific nations have also been involved in this process. There are many potentially good things to come from imperialism for undeveloped/underdeveloped nations, knowledge, religion, health care, improved food...

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