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Your Podcast Host on History, Dr. Rick Reiman

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Your Podcast Host on History, Dr. Rick Reiman

Your Podcast Host on History, Dr. Rick Reiman

Richard A. Reiman

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A Podcast to Help You Prepare for Your Essay Question on the Final Exam

This podcast only concerns Part One of the Final Exam, which consists of the following question that you must answer in an essay. I include the rubric that I will use to grade the essay. Part Two of the Final exam is covered in the Study Guide for the Final Exam for our course in Western Civilization. Discuss TWO major ideas, developments or events whose origins can be located in the nineteenth century that helped to cause the First World War (1914-1919), and explain how they did so. Rubric for Essay Question: 8-9 -contains a well-developed thesis that fulfills all topical requirements of the question -supports the thesis with substantial, relevant information -understands the complexity of question; deals with both examples in depth although the treatment may not be equal -exhibits an effective description -may contain minor errors 5-7 – contains a well-developed thesis that fulfills most but not all topical requirements of the question -supports the thesis with some factual information -has a limited understanding of complexity; will deal with both examples but only one in some depth, or with both examples in a more general way -has limited description -may contain errors that do not detract from the overall essay and argument 2-4 -lacks a thesis, or the thesis may be confused or undeveloped -lacks supporting information, or information that is given is minimal, even confused -ignores complexity; may deal with one example in a general way or both examples in a superficial way -has no real description -may contain major errors 0-1 -has an irrelevant or incompetent response -may simply paraphrase or restate the question -shows little or no understanding of the question

6 MIN2019 NOV 15
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A Podcast to Help You Prepare for Your Essay Question on the Final Exam

Unit 6, DIscussion 5: Back To the Brink? The Unraveling of the Postwar Order, 1989 to Today

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast In this, our shortest podcast of the course, I answer the question, what was special about this period of history and was it the beginning of the unravelling of NATO and the postwar world order? NATO and Trump

4 MIN2019 NOV 11
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Unit 6, DIscussion 5: Back To the Brink? The Unraveling of the Postwar Order, 1989 to Today

Unit 6, Discussion 4: The European Union, 1951-?

Click here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast What are the strengths and weaknesses of the European Union, as well as the stresses and strains upon it. Learn about the EU in this podcast. In your Discussion post, identify and explain one great strength and one great weakness of the European Union since 1987.

18 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6, Discussion 4: The European Union, 1951-?

Unit 6, Discussion 3: The Cold War, Part Two

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast In this assignment you will listen to the podcast and/or read the transcript of the podcast to answer the question: What event caused the Cold War to thaw between 1985 and 1991 and what event caused the Cold War to heat up between 1991 and 2019? Explain how in both cases. Mikhail Gorbachev, Soviet Leader, 1985-1991 Vladimir Putin, Russian Dictator, 1998-Present

8 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6, Discussion 3: The Cold War, Part Two

Unit 6, Discussion 2: The Cold War, Part One

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast We look at the Cold War from 1945 to 1962 in this podcast. Refer to your Unit 6, Discussion 2 assignment in GeorgiaVIEW for the question that you must answer for this assignment.

10 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6, Discussion 2: The Cold War, Part One

Unit 6 Discussion 1: Overview of Postwar America Art and Philosophy, 1945-2019

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast Listen to some music by Arnold Schoenberg "Guernica," by Pablo Picasso (1937) Falling Water: Home by Frank Lloyd Wright, Massachusetts Gustav Klimt, "The Kiss"

12 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6 Discussion 1: Overview of Postwar America Art and Philosophy, 1945-2019

Primary Source Assignment: Analyzing Vichy France Propaganda

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast Episode About Your Primary Source Assignment In this assignment you will analyze a propaganda poster, “Revolution Nationale,”produced by the government of Vichy France between 1940 and 1942. The student will analyze the image utilizing the graphic worksheet provided by the Library of Congress. ACopy of the Library of Congress Cartoon Analysis Outlineis here. There are 12 questions on this outline. All 12 questions will appear on the Quiz that you will take for this assignment, which is also linked below. Lin Analyze the graphic or cartoon that you see below and, using the Outline as a reference, answer the questions in the Quiz in as much detail as you can. Make sure that you work alone so that your answers are original to you. If they are not, your work will be scored as a “0.” You can then transfer your answers from the worksheet to the textboxes for each question in the Quiz. But make sure that your answers are as specific...

11 MIN2019 OCT 28
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Primary Source Assignment: Analyzing Vichy France Propaganda

Unit 5, Discussion 5: The Holocaust, 1941-1945

Click Here for a Transcript of this Episode (Enhanced Transcript) What were the causes of the Holocaust? What was it? What was its nature? How does it represent a new crime in history? What does it say about so-called Western “civilization?” We explore all these questions in this important podcast episode in our course. Holocaust Memorial, Miami Florida

18 MIN2019 OCT 25
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Unit 5, Discussion 5: The Holocaust, 1941-1945

Unit 5, Discussion 4: The Second World War, 1939-1945

Transcript of the Above Episode (Enhanced) In this podcast we trace the major events of the Second World War. This podcast will help you answer the Discussion assignment question that you have for the Unit 5, Discussion 4 of this course.

17 MIN2019 OCT 25
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Unit 5, Discussion 4: The Second World War, 1939-1945

Unit 5, Discussion 3: Diplomacy Between the Wars and the Causes of the Second World War

Click Here for a Transcript of this Episode (Enhanced Transcript) Why did the first World War not end in 1919 and really only ended in 1945, by which time it was called the Second World War? This podcast helps you answer this question. The Versailles Treaty (June, 1919)

6 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Unit 5, Discussion 3: Diplomacy Between the Wars and the Causes of the Second World War
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Latest Episodes

A Podcast to Help You Prepare for Your Essay Question on the Final Exam

This podcast only concerns Part One of the Final Exam, which consists of the following question that you must answer in an essay. I include the rubric that I will use to grade the essay. Part Two of the Final exam is covered in the Study Guide for the Final Exam for our course in Western Civilization. Discuss TWO major ideas, developments or events whose origins can be located in the nineteenth century that helped to cause the First World War (1914-1919), and explain how they did so. Rubric for Essay Question: 8-9 -contains a well-developed thesis that fulfills all topical requirements of the question -supports the thesis with substantial, relevant information -understands the complexity of question; deals with both examples in depth although the treatment may not be equal -exhibits an effective description -may contain minor errors 5-7 – contains a well-developed thesis that fulfills most but not all topical requirements of the question -supports the thesis with some factual information -has a limited understanding of complexity; will deal with both examples but only one in some depth, or with both examples in a more general way -has limited description -may contain errors that do not detract from the overall essay and argument 2-4 -lacks a thesis, or the thesis may be confused or undeveloped -lacks supporting information, or information that is given is minimal, even confused -ignores complexity; may deal with one example in a general way or both examples in a superficial way -has no real description -may contain major errors 0-1 -has an irrelevant or incompetent response -may simply paraphrase or restate the question -shows little or no understanding of the question

6 MIN2019 NOV 15
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A Podcast to Help You Prepare for Your Essay Question on the Final Exam

Unit 6, DIscussion 5: Back To the Brink? The Unraveling of the Postwar Order, 1989 to Today

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast In this, our shortest podcast of the course, I answer the question, what was special about this period of history and was it the beginning of the unravelling of NATO and the postwar world order? NATO and Trump

4 MIN2019 NOV 11
Comments
Unit 6, DIscussion 5: Back To the Brink? The Unraveling of the Postwar Order, 1989 to Today

Unit 6, Discussion 4: The European Union, 1951-?

Click here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast What are the strengths and weaknesses of the European Union, as well as the stresses and strains upon it. Learn about the EU in this podcast. In your Discussion post, identify and explain one great strength and one great weakness of the European Union since 1987.

18 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6, Discussion 4: The European Union, 1951-?

Unit 6, Discussion 3: The Cold War, Part Two

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast In this assignment you will listen to the podcast and/or read the transcript of the podcast to answer the question: What event caused the Cold War to thaw between 1985 and 1991 and what event caused the Cold War to heat up between 1991 and 2019? Explain how in both cases. Mikhail Gorbachev, Soviet Leader, 1985-1991 Vladimir Putin, Russian Dictator, 1998-Present

8 MIN2019 NOV 9
Comments
Unit 6, Discussion 3: The Cold War, Part Two

Unit 6, Discussion 2: The Cold War, Part One

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast We look at the Cold War from 1945 to 1962 in this podcast. Refer to your Unit 6, Discussion 2 assignment in GeorgiaVIEW for the question that you must answer for this assignment.

10 MIN2019 NOV 9
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Unit 6, Discussion 2: The Cold War, Part One

Unit 6 Discussion 1: Overview of Postwar America Art and Philosophy, 1945-2019

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast Listen to some music by Arnold Schoenberg "Guernica," by Pablo Picasso (1937) Falling Water: Home by Frank Lloyd Wright, Massachusetts Gustav Klimt, "The Kiss"

12 MIN2019 NOV 9
Comments
Unit 6 Discussion 1: Overview of Postwar America Art and Philosophy, 1945-2019

Primary Source Assignment: Analyzing Vichy France Propaganda

Click Here for an Enhanced Transcript of this Podcast Episode About Your Primary Source Assignment In this assignment you will analyze a propaganda poster, “Revolution Nationale,”produced by the government of Vichy France between 1940 and 1942. The student will analyze the image utilizing the graphic worksheet provided by the Library of Congress. ACopy of the Library of Congress Cartoon Analysis Outlineis here. There are 12 questions on this outline. All 12 questions will appear on the Quiz that you will take for this assignment, which is also linked below. Lin Analyze the graphic or cartoon that you see below and, using the Outline as a reference, answer the questions in the Quiz in as much detail as you can. Make sure that you work alone so that your answers are original to you. If they are not, your work will be scored as a “0.” You can then transfer your answers from the worksheet to the textboxes for each question in the Quiz. But make sure that your answers are as specific...

11 MIN2019 OCT 28
Comments
Primary Source Assignment: Analyzing Vichy France Propaganda

Unit 5, Discussion 5: The Holocaust, 1941-1945

Click Here for a Transcript of this Episode (Enhanced Transcript) What were the causes of the Holocaust? What was it? What was its nature? How does it represent a new crime in history? What does it say about so-called Western “civilization?” We explore all these questions in this important podcast episode in our course. Holocaust Memorial, Miami Florida

18 MIN2019 OCT 25
Comments
Unit 5, Discussion 5: The Holocaust, 1941-1945

Unit 5, Discussion 4: The Second World War, 1939-1945

Transcript of the Above Episode (Enhanced) In this podcast we trace the major events of the Second World War. This podcast will help you answer the Discussion assignment question that you have for the Unit 5, Discussion 4 of this course.

17 MIN2019 OCT 25
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Unit 5, Discussion 4: The Second World War, 1939-1945

Unit 5, Discussion 3: Diplomacy Between the Wars and the Causes of the Second World War

Click Here for a Transcript of this Episode (Enhanced Transcript) Why did the first World War not end in 1919 and really only ended in 1945, by which time it was called the Second World War? This podcast helps you answer this question. The Versailles Treaty (June, 1919)

6 MIN2019 OCT 23
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Unit 5, Discussion 3: Diplomacy Between the Wars and the Causes of the Second World War
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