Students will be focusing on the evidence that is primary (written as well as archaeological) along with the methods that historians utilize material and literary documents to explore diverse perspectives about and the Roman past. Explore the historical overview of some of the regional, national or global emissions benchmarks in the last 160 years. This course will be focused on the story of Rome under the emperors, starting around in the 1940s B.C.E. through the demise of the western empire in the 5th century C.E. 1850-1960 1905-1960: Industrializing Countries dominate emission levels. The focus will be on the deterioration of the western Empire in the fifth century C to notions of power and the way they manifest in society, the spectacle of politics to the demise of gender norms, urban structures and art and the practices of religion that were prevalent during the time of online the empire.
Between 1850 to 1960, the world generally saw an increase of emissionsdue to population growth and industrialization and especially those in the United States. Students will utilize the main evidence sources, both the ancient texts as well as archaeological evidence to improve their understanding of the earlier Romans and to develop a greater knowledge of the techniques used by the historian in their analysis and communication. This trend was only accompanied by interruptions due to historical events such as that of Great Depression in the 1930s and the close of World War II in 1945. Europe between the 14th-16th centuries with the focus on Italy as the center for the Renaissance. Through the 1950s nevertheless, China along with Russia started increasing their emissions because of their growing economies. The subjects include the city states, humanismand the Church in an era that was characterized by Schism as well as the secularization of Renaissance arts, New Monarchies and European exploration and imperialism.
1960-2011: New Top Emitters Emerge. The Reformation in both thought and action in both the context of its religious roots as well as of the social and political circumstances. There were some developments following 1960. An analysis of the effects of the Reformation on the 16th century of Europe as well as the spreading of Protestant reformation and its allied movement Counter-reformation. As there was no doubt that the United States kept its place as the leading CO2 emitter through 2005 Asian emerging countries began to appear and were led by China.
The fall and rise of European empires since the time of Rome up to the present time the process of integrating Europeans as well as the non-European world and its inhabitants is still shaping the world’s events. The graph above illustrates the growth of the five leading emitters of CO2 in the years since 1960, and their counterpart, the United Kingdom presented for comparison. Cultural, political, and socio-economic historical background of Russia and its transformation into an empire starting from the 10th century up to 1917. The UK was, at one time, the highest emitter in the world, had its emissions stabilized. This course examines the women’s story throughout Europe through the time of the Roman Empire until the present time, looking at women’s role in the family and social work and family systems, as well as in religious, political and social life. Russia has seen a drastic decrease in emissions after the collapse of the Soviet Union. We will look at how women were simultaneously involved in and dealt with the historical process including the evolution of religion and political structures, commercialization and industrialization, as well as the development of state structures.
The most notable change was China’s rising emissions during the first decade into the new century. We will study the most important areas of human activity, such as economic social, political, cultural spiritual, and social and intellectual and so on, to examine how they formed and were determined by women’s actions and the experiences of women. This was followed by it surpassed that of the United States as the world’s largest emitter following the year the year 2005. We will explore what this means regarding women’s autonomy, choice and the power they wield. 1960-2011 1990-2011 Capita Emissions in West — Stable But High. This course examines the origins of anarchism and growth as well as its development in different parts of Europe in the 19th and 20th centuries. If we examine these emissions changes on a per capita basis, it is apparent that even though global emissions were increasing generally, many of the industrialized nations stabilized their overall per capita emissions in late in the 20th century.
This course will examine the growth and evolution of the Spanish Empire with special concentration on Latin America, under the supervision of the newly formed Spanish house of dynasty that is the Bourbons. However, per-capita emissions in industrialized regions such as North America and Europe were much higher than the per capita emissions of Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, and Asia despite steady increases in emissions within these zones.