SMC The Era Of A New Imperialism History Research Paper Help
This is your final assignment in this course. It will need to be submitted correctly and on time (by 11:59 on Thursday December 12th). This is an essay (meaning you need to have a beginning, middle, and end with supporting analysis/ evidence to back up your assertions).
Support for populist, ethnically-based, nationalism has risen throughout the West (in Europe and in the United States). The success of political leaders such as Matteo Salvini (Links to an external site.), Nigel Farage (Links to an external site.), Donald Trump, and Marine Le Pen (Links to an external site.) who explicitly support anti-immigration policies for example, are indicative of this transformation. Based upon what you have learned in this class, put Western support for such messages, policies, and leaders into historical context. Some topics to consider might be:
- The Atlantic System and the rise of race-based enslavement
- The Era of New Imperialism
- The Experiences of WWI, WWII, and the Holocaust
- Post WWII decolonization and the role of the Cold War in destabilizing developing nations.
- The era of globalism and population migration.
Remember that this needs to be 3-5 page paper (double spaced, 12 pt font) and you must include at least 1 (preferably 2) primary source (chosen from the list below) uploaded as a word document to this assignment page (just like the tests you’ve been taking throughout the semester). Keep in mind that I use Turnitin to detect plagiarism. any use of sources without citing them, in other words, any attempt to steal someone else’s words and ideas without proper acknowledgement will result in an automatic ZERO. Do Not plagiarize!
- Bartolomé de Las Casas, In Defense of the Indians
- Olaudah Equino, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equino Written by Himself
- The Chronicle of Abd al-Rahman al-Jabarti
- Jules Ferry, Speech before the French National Assembly
- Ndansi Kumalo, His Story
- National Security Council, Paper Number 68
- Ho Chi Minh, Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Vietnam
- Amartya Sen, A World Not Neatly Divided