Primary Sources for HIST 298: a Brief Description

This post will briefly describe a few primary sources that I will be using in my HIST 298 project. – Vladimir Lenin, The New Economic Policy And The Tasks Of The Political Education Departments In this speech given on October 17, 1921, Lenin explains his reasoning for introducing the New Economic Policy into the Russian …

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298 Proposal

History 298 Proposal For nearly two centuries (1526-1707) the Indian Subcontinent was under the iron rule of the world-famous Mughal Dynasty. Though perhaps best-known for the architectural wonder the Taj Mahal, the effects of Mughal rule continue to be profoundly felt by the Indian Subcontinent’s 1.68 billion inhabitants (a figure which exceeds Africa’s entire population) …

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Empathetic Ally

Alisha Gaines’ guest lecture on empathy in the age of Trump talked about the ways white Americans try to empathize with the daily struggles of being a person of color in America following the election of 2018. The belief that we as Americans are in a post-racial period because of the election of a black […]

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Empathetic Ally

Alisha Gaines’ guest lecture on empathy in the age of Trump talked about the ways white Americans try to empathize with the daily struggles of being a person of color in America following the election of 2018. The belief that

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