HELLO THIS IS FOR A HISTORY COURSE FOR COLLEGE THERE ARE TWO PARTS TO THIS THI

HELLO THIS IS FOR A HISTORY COURSE FOR COLLEGE
THERE ARE TWO PARTS TO THIS
THIS IS THE FULL INSTRUCTIONS
This exam has two parts. Each part must be written in its own separate document and each must be submitted through Turnitin using the two links provided. Pay attention to where you are submitting; be sure that each part is going into the right Turnitin link. If anything is unclear, please get in touch with me. This is an untimed, open-book test. However: do not use materials from outside of the course in preparing your answers. You have plenty to work with within the course and additional material will only make it more difficult for you to produce clear, concise answers by the deadline. (If you disregard this instruction, you must cite the outside materials just as you cite the course materials.)
A little advice before we begin
Your answers to the identifications should be firmly tied to the course material. For the IDs, do not offer a generic definition of the term, but explain how it is important to the cases, trends, and issues of our course. For the essay question, you should state a clear thesis and then prove it with specific historical evidence. If you haven’t reviewed my comments on your earlier papers and midterm, you would be wise to do so now. Before you start writing your essay, make sure you read the question carefully, understand what it is asking, and establish what your answer will be. Compose a clear, one-sentence thesis statement and then work out an outline in which you identify the examples you will use, how each proves your thesis, and what sources you will cite in summarizing and analyzing each example. Only once you’ve completed these preliminary steps is it time to start writing your answer in full. You can skip these steps, but your essay will be weaker for it. Once you have finished your draft, set it aside for a while then come back and re-read it with a critical eye. Make sure that the thesis statement accurately expresses your main analytical conclusion; if it doesn’t, fix it. Make sure each point in the body of the essay explicitly supports that thesis. If it doesn’t, take it out or revise it so it does. Finally, proofread for mechanical errors.
Exam part I: Identifications
Choose 5 and only 5 of the following. For each term you choose, write a paragraph in which you: a) provide a clear definition of the term as used in our material, b) identify a source you used in the course in which the term appears, and c) explain the term’s significance to the story of the course so far. Be sure to cover all three parts for each term. Do not, however, turn each answer into a multi-page essay; you can provide the necessary information in a single paragraph.
bailo
ghetto
morisco
converso / marrano
New Christian (distinguish from Old Christian)
renegade
Mehmet II (Mehmet the Conqueror)
dragoman
Fondaco dei Turchi
Reconquista
devshirme
inquisition
Papal States
heresy
Exam part II: Essay
In about 1200 words, respond to the following:
We started the course with a historiographical debate over whether the pre-modern Mediterranean is best understood as a battlefield or a bazaar. But those are both static conceptions of interfaith relations over time. In our own discussions, several folks have instead suggested longer-term trends in the interactions of religious groups – for instance, towards greater or lesser tolerance. Looking at the full sweep of the course from antiquity to the early modern era, do you see an over-arching trend in how different religious groups interacted? Or do you see consistency over time? Or do you see variability but no trend in any specific direction? Whichever view you endorse, what are the best examples you can analyze from both before and after the midterm to support that view?
Your argument must be historical and specific, not philosophical or abstract. Support your case with a detailed examination of a few specific historical examples from across the course, including material from both before and after the midterm. The best essays will use both primary and secondary materials from the course in analyzing the examples. If there are important counter-examples to your argument, explain why you believe they do not really undermine your point. Cite your sources using standard Chicago-style footnotes.
PLEASE SUMBIT THE TWO PARTS SEPARATELY
ALL THE READINGS PROVIDED IN THE COURSE ARE ATTACHED
PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE LET ME KNOW
THANK YOU
SOME READINGS THAT WERE LINKS :
http://www.kchanson.com/ANCDOCS/latin/pliny.html
https://read.quranexplorer.com/5/43/48/Usmani/Mishari-Rashid-HQ/Eng-Mufti-Taqi-Usmani-Audio/Tajweed-OFF

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