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Nichols College
HIST118 – Greek Civilization
HIST118 – Genocide: Policies of Death
HIST201 – United States History I
HIST202 – United States History II
HIST470 – Asian Civilization
HIST470 – WWII & the Holocaust
LSB227 – Business Law I
PSCI204 – United States Government

Quinsigamond Community College
HST105 – World Civilization II
HST115 – United States History I
HST116 – United States History II
PSC201 – United States Government
PSC221 – State & Local Government

 

HIST118 – Greek Civilization:side7
Lecture I: Introduction; Geography
Lecture II: Minoans, Mycenaeans, & the Trojan War
Lecture III: Invasion, Dark Ages; Impact of Homer & Hesiod
Lecture IV: Religion; Death; & the Gods
Lecture V: Archaic Age – The Polis; Hoplites; Tyrants; & Demo-kratia
Lecture VI: Sparta & Athens
Lecture VII: Pre-Socratic Philosophy; Polis Society; Gender
Lecture VIII: The Persian Wars
Lecture IX: The Peloponnesian Wars
Lecture X: Hellenic Philosophy
Lecture XI: Alexander the Great; The Hellenistic World

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HIST118 – Genocide: Polices of Death:side4a
NOTE TAKING: THE CORNELL SYSTEM
Lecture I: Introduction; What is Genocide?
Lecture II: What is Evil?
Lecture III: Types of Genocide
How to Read an Essay
Lecture IV: The Armenian Genocide – Part I
Lecture V: The Armenian Genocide – Part II
Thesis Development
Lecture VI: Stalin’s Genocides – Terror Famine
Lecture VII: Stalin’s Genocides – Great Terror
Understanding the Writing Process
Lecture VIII: The Holocaust – Origins
Lecture IX: The Holocaust – Towards Annihilation
Lecture X: The Holocaust – Door Slams Shut
Lecture XI: The Holocaust – Race Cleansing
Lecture XII: Japanese Actions in WWII
Lecture XIII: Manchurian Factories of Death
Lecture XIV: China’s Great Leap Forward
Lecture XV: The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution

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HST115 & HIST201 – United States History I:side8
Lecture I: Migrants to the New World
Lecture II: An Overseas Empire
Lecture III: The Colonial People
Lecture IV: New Ways of Thought
Lecture V: The Makings of Revolt
Lecture VI: The American War for Independence
Lecture VII: Problems of Government
Lecture VIII: The Federalist Era
Lecture IX: Jeffersonian Democracy
Lecture X: Internal Development
Lecture XI: New Politics for a New Age
Lecture XII: A Divided Society & Slavery
Lecture XIII: Manifest Destiny
Lecture XIV: The Union Comes Apart
Lecture XV: The Civil War

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HST116 & HIST202 – United States History IIside9
Lecture XVI: Reconstruction
Lecture XVII: The Plains Tribes & Taming of the West
Lecture XVIII: Industrialism – Business & Technology
Lecture XIX: Cities & Industrialism – The Workers, Unions, & Strikes
Lecture XX: Party Politics in the Gilded Age
Lecture XXI: The Progressive Era
Lecture XXII: American Empire
Lecture XXIII: WWI
Lecture XXIV: The 1920s

More to Come

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HIST 470 – Asian Civilizationside6
Lecture I: Intro; Dawn of Humanity
Lecture II: Cultural Evolution; Civilization
Lecture III: India – Indus River Valley Civ; Aryan Civ; Mahavira; Buddha
Lecture IV: China – Longshan Period; Xia; Shang; Zhou; Confucianism; Taoism; Legalism
Lecture V: India – 2nd Invasions; Mauryan Empire; 3rd Invasions; Gupta Empire; Buddhist Division; Brahmin Resurgence
Lecture VI: China – Qin, Han
Lecture VII: Indian Middle Ages; Coming of Islam
Lecture VIII: Chinese Middle Ages; Sui; Song; T’ang; Neoconfucianism
Lecture IX: Japan – Jomon; Yayoi; Yamato; Shintoism; Buddhism; Nara; Heian; Samurai; Bushido; & Kamakura Bakufu
Lecture X: The Hordes of Temujin
Lecture XI: China – Ming & Ch’ing
Lecture XII: China & the West
Lecture XIII: Ashikaga; Warring States; Tokugawa

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HST105 – World Civilization II:side3a

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LSB227 – Business Law I:side10
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PSC201 & PSCI204 – United States Governmentside3c
Lecture I: Introduction; What Is Government?
Lecture II: American Political Culture
Lecture III: Origins of the Constitution
Lecture IV: Constitution of the United States
Lecture V: The Evolution of Federalism
Supplemental Handout: The Advantages & Disadvantages of Federalism
Lecture VI: The Election Process
Lecture VIa: The Election Process
Lecture VIb: Political Parties
Lecture VIIa: The Media
Lecture VIIb: Interest Groups
Lecture VIII: The Congress of the United States
Lecture IX: The Executive Branch
Lecture X: The Bureaucracy – The Fourth Branch
Lecture XI: The Judicial Branch
Lecture XII: Civil Liberties & The Bill of Rights
Lecture XIIIa: Civil Rights
Lecture XIIIb: Right to Privacy
Supplemental: List of Supreme Court Cases on the Final

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PSC221 – State & Local Government:side3b
Lecture I: Introduction; What is Government?
Lecture II: Federalism: Design, Operation, & Evolution
Lecture III: Constitutions – Of the Commonwealth and in General
Lecture IV: Relationship between the States & Local Governments
Lecture V: State Legislatures; The Massachusetts General Court
Lecture VI: Governors
Lecture VII: State Judiciary
Lecture VIII: State Bureaucracy
Lecture IX: Elections; Citizen Participation; & Local Politics
Lecture X: Political Parties & Interest Groups
Lecture XI: Local Government
Rights of Citizens & Taxes

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