AP World History Block 2

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5-Themes Activity
Mesopotamia (45-56)
Egypt (early) (59-69)
Egypt (complex) (69-80)
South Asia (87-105)

Early Religions of South Asia (India)
Early Aryan (Brahmanism) (99-104)
Jainism (217-218)
Early Buddhism (219-221)
Mahayana Buddhism (222-224)
Popular Hinduism (224-227)

Ancient Greece and Rome
Civilization Topics:
1 - Early Greek Society (231-245)
2 - Greek Economy, Society, and Cultural Life (245-255)
3 - Rome: Kingdom, Republic, and Empire (259-271)
4 - Roman Economy, Society, and Cosmopolitan Life (271-284)

End of the Classical Era Activity
Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantines)
Western Roman Empire
Gupta Civilization (Classical India)*
Han China
Korea, Vietnam, and Japan (pre-history - 1600 CE)
Cross Cultural Exchanges and the Silk Road

The Post-Classical Era Activity Civilizations:
Post-Classical Africa
Post-Classical India
Post-Classical Eurasia and Asia
Americas and Oceania
The Expansive Realm of Islam
Post-Classical Europe

Crisis and Recovery:
Cross-Cultural Interactions (565-576)
Crisis and Bubonic Plague (576-579)
Ming Recovery (579-580)
State Building (580-582)
The Italian Renaissance (582-585)
Exploration and Chinese Reconnaissance (585-586)
European Exploration (586-591)

Capitalist Societies and the New World:
1 - Early Capitalist Society (648-655) and Europeans in the Pacific (686-691)
2 - Colliding Worlds and Iberian Empires in the Americas and Settlers in the Colonies (665-675)
3 - Colonial Society in the Americas and Sugar, Slavery, Fur Trading, and Christianity and Native Religions (675-686)
4 - African Politics and Society In Early Modern Times and The Kingdoms of Central and South Africa (695-705)
5 - The Atlantic Slave Trade and The African Diaspora (706-718)

Tradition and Change in East Asia:
Group 1 - The Quest for Political Stability; Ming Dynasty (723-727)
Group 2 - The Quest for Political Stability; The Qing Dynasty and The Son of Heaven (727-731)
Group 3 - Economic and Social Change; Patriarchs and Population Growth (731-735)
Group 4 - Economic and Social Change; Gentry, Commoners, Soldiers, and Mean People (735-738)
Group 5 - The Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influences; Neo-Confucianism and The Return of Christianity (738-741)
Group 6 - The Unification of Japan; The Tokugawa Shogunate and Economic and Social Change (741-744)
Group 7 - The Unification of Japan; Neo-Confucianism and Christianity and Dutch Learning (744-749)

The Islamic Empires:
1 - The Islamic Empires - The Formation (753-759)
2 - The Islamic Empires - The Mughal Empire (759-762)
3 - The Islamic Empires - Imperial Society (762-766)
4 - The Islamic Empires - Religious Affairs in the Islamic Empires (766-770)
5 - The Islamic Empires - In Transition (770-775)

The Industrial Revolution:
1 - Technological Innovations of the Agricultural and Industrial Revolutions (815-820)
2 - Child Labor During the Industrial Revolution (820-825)
3 - Urbanization and the Changing City During the Industrial Revolution (825-830)
4 - Changing Society During the Industrial Revolution (831-836)
5 - Reformers During the Industrial Revolution (836-842)

The Americas and Societies at Crossroads:
The Americas in the Age of Independence - The Building of the American States
The Americas in the Age of Independence - American Economic Development
Societies at Crossroads - The Ottoman Empire in Decline
Societies at Crossroads - The Chinese Empire Under Siege

Imperialism Simulation Group Pages:
United States

Imperialism - Africa (909-925)
Imperialism - Pacific, Asia, and Legacies (925-939)

Post-WWI Nationalism:
India (1005-1008)
China and Japan (1008-1014)
Africa (1014-1020)
Latin America (1020-1027)

The Holocaust:
History of (Intro to) the Holocaust
The Nuremberg Laws
Pogroms (specifically with Kristallnacht)
The Euthanasia Program
Nazi Racial Hygiene
The Final Solution
Einsatzgruppen (Mobile Killing Units)
Concentration Camps and Gas Chambers
Nazi Medical Experiments and Dr. Mengele (Dr. Death)

The Post-WWII World:
The Formation of the Bipolar World
Challenges to the Superpower Hegemony
The End of the Cold War
Independence in Asia
Decolonization in Africa
After Independence - Long-Term Struggles in the Postcolonial Era
The Global Economy
Cross-Cultural Exchanges and Global Communications
Global Problems
Crossing Boundaries