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TheExchange of Enlightenments: Eighteenth Century Thought

TheExchange of Enlightenments: Eighteenth Century Thought
Qianlong letter to George III
Abu Talen Khan A Muslim Indian’s Reactions to the West
James Burney on contact with the Maori of New Zealand
Set Two: THEME—Replacing Muscle: The Energy Revolutions
Lady Mary Wortley Montagu
Perry Views the Japanese
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Set Three: THEME—The Social Mold: Work and Society in the Nineteenth Century
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Set Four: THEME—Western Dominance in the Nineteenth Century: The Westerward Shift of Power and the Rise of Global Empires
Social Darwinism
Assignment and Paper Structure: Your paper should be an analysis of the primary sources from one of the above sets. In your paper, first explain the historical
importance of the set’s theme. For instance, if you select Set Three, you must begin by writing one or two paragraphs about the meaning of the theme “The Social Mold:
Work and Society in the Nineteenth Century” based on your understanding of the textbook and lectures. Next, the body of the paper shoulddescribe how all the primary
sourcesof the set connect to the broader theme of the set.For instance, for Set Three, you need to explain how “Engle” and “Impressions”fit into the broader theme “The
Social Mold: Work and Society in the Nineteenth Century.” What about their descriptions and experiences illuminate the theme? What kind of connections can you make
between the primary sources? Be sure to support your augments by citing the primary source. Finally, the paper should have a brief conclusion.
Style Guidelines
• No block quotes in the paper.
• When citing a primary source, use “in text” citations. For instance: Another example of the Mongol nomadic lifestyle is that they always move around. As
Rubruck writes, “Nowhere have they fixed dwelling places” (Rubruck).
• Use “in text” citations when you quote or refer to the textbook. For instance: Japan also tried to control the spread of Western Christianity (Fernandex-
Armesto, 420).
• When citing lectures, use my name and try your best to remember the date. For instance: The Mongols connected Eurasia and helped spread new technologies
(Kallander 9/6).
• No need for a bibliography at the end.
• Papers should be double spaced, 12-point font, Times Roman, standard margins (1” all around), no extra spaces between paragraphs. Please number your pages.
• The paper needs to be at least four full pages (not three and a half), but no more than five pages.
• All papers should be analytical as well as descriptive. Style, syntax, writing form, and organization are all considered in the grading of papers.
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Papers are expected to have had multiple drafts and self-revision prior to submission; aim at doing your best work and understand that whatever you write is testimony
to the quality of your thinking. Analysis and well-crafted argumentation, responsibly informed with acknowledged sources, is a routine expectation. Even in-class
examination essays, admittedly works that cannot enjoy the review and revision that can attend an out-of-class paper, should show depth of analytical attention to
subject matter and texts. In every case, in papers and in exams, responsible and respectful use of language counts.
• Grades in the “A” range are reserved for work that is exceptional, showing original thoughtfulness in dealing responsibly with the course material and
combining breadth and specificity appropriately in terms of both argument and evidence. Additionally, grades in the “A” range apply to work that uses language
accurately and effectively (yes, spelling and punctuation matter, as does the “ordering” of ideas).
• Grades in the “B” range apply to work that is distinguished by clarity and individual “sparkle” in engaging the course material in service to appropriate
argumentation, even if the layout of analysis, evidence, and interpretation could use more polish. Again, the use of language matters.
• Grades in the “C” range apply to work that is competent and acceptable (although a “C-” is an indication of marginal competency and acceptability at best) but
narrower of scope and responsible originality than work in the “distinctive” grade range of “B.”
• Grades below the “C” range indicate work in need of more discipline of both preparation and presentation. Avoid such work!
Academic Integrity
The Syracuse University Academic Integrity Policy holds students accountable for the integrity of the work they submit. Students should be familiar with the Policy and
know that it is their responsibility to learn about instructor and general academic expectations with regard to proper citation of sources in written work. The policy
also governs the integrity of work submitted in exams and assignments as well as the veracity of signatures on attendance sheets and other verifications of
participation in class activities. Serious sanctions can result from academic dishonesty of any sort.
Please note: plagiarism is considered a major offense and is unacceptable in this course. A failing grade should be expected. You are plagiarizing when you use
someone else’s words as your own. When using someone else’s words, be sure to use the proper quotation and citation methods. Info on plagiarism can be found at:
As a matter of policy, this course has no provision for late submission of assignments or examinations at other than scheduled, announced times (be sure to read the
syllabus carefully and take note of all due dates and examination days). Be mindful that all assigned written work is necessary for completion of the course. Please
note also that all grades on assignments and examinations are final.

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