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 PERIOD 5, 1750-1900 (Strayer Ch 16-19; AMSCO Ch 21-24)  

TEST DATE: TUESDAY, 3/5 [A]; WEDNESDAY, 3/6 [B]  

        

 FRENCH REVOLUTION: The Death of Marat, by DAVID, France, c. 1793 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 5.3.I: The rise and diffusion of Enlightenment thought that questioned established traditions in all areas of life often preceded revolutions and rebellions against existing governments

 

  

 NAPOLEONIC WARS: The Third of May by Goya (possibly depicting Napoleon's conquest of SPAIN), Spain, c. 1808 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 5.3.II: Beginning in the 18th century, peoples around the world developed a new sense of commonality based on language, religion, social customs, and territory. These newly imagined national communities linked this identity with the borders of the state, while governments used this idea of nationalism to unite diverse populations. In some cases, nationalists challenged boundaries or sought unification of fragmented regions

 

 

     

 ROMANTICISM: Liberty Leading the People by Delacroix. France,  c. 1830 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 5.3.II: Beginning in the 18th century, peoples around the world developed a new sense of commonality based on language, religion, social customs, and territory. These newly imagined national communities linked this identity with the borders of the state, while governments used this idea of nationalism to unite diverse populations. In some cases, nationalists challenged boundaries or sought unification of fragmented regions.  

 

    

 JAPAN: Great Wave Off Kanagawa by HOKUSAI. (mass-produced prints for Japanese consumers). Japan, c. 1833 C.E.  

AP KEY CONCEPT 5.1.ID: As the new methods of industrial production became more common in parts of northwestern Europe, they spread to other parts of Europe and the United States, Russia, and Japan.  

 

        

 PHOTOGRAPHIC REALISM: Mill Workers by Lewis Hine. (child laborers during the Industrial Revolution), United States. c. 1906 C.E.   

AP KEY CONCEPT 5.1.VIA: New social classes, including the middle class and the industrial working class, developed

 

 IMPRESSIONISM: Water Lilies by Monet, France. c. 1916 C.E.   

NOT TIED TO SPECIFIC KEY CONCEPT, BUT IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT IN ART.  

 

 POST-IMPRESSIONISM: Starry Night by VAN GOGH, Dutch. c. 1889 C.E.   

NOT TIED TO SPECIFIC KEY CONCEPT, BUT IMPORTANT DEVELOPMENT IN ART.  

 

 CUBISM: Woman Sitting in a Chair by PABLO PICASSO (depicts the fragmentation of Europe prior to World War I), Spain. c. 1909 C.E.   

THE COMING STORM - AP KEY CONCEPT 6.1.IIIC: New military technology and new tactics and the waging of “total war” led to increased levels of wartime casualties

 

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