Classroom materials to support the study of the web module -- China and Europe, 1500-2000 and Beyond: What is "Modern"?

 
 

 

China and Europe, 1500-2000 and Beyond: What is "Modern"?


Teachers’ Guide, with Study Questions: China and Europe, 1500-2000 and Beyond: What is "Modern"?

  Bram Hubbell, The Friends Seminary (New York, NY)
 

Lessons:

 

Rethinking the rise of the West: The Great Divergence Debate

  Konstantin Georgidis, Canterbury School (Fort Myers, FL)
 

Rethinking the rise of the West: Global Commodities

  Konstantin Georgidis, Canterbury School (Fort Myers, FL)
 

Standards of Modernity – China and Europe

  Kelly R. Donoghue, Harbor School (Boston, MA)
 

Parallels in England and the Yangzi Basin of China in the 1800s

  Sarah Crichton, Herbert Lehman High School (Bronx, NY)
 
These lessons were developed in conjunction with the 2008 Digital Humanities Workshop on “New Perspectives on Early Modern China,” a collaborative project of Columbia University, the University of Florida, and the University of North Texas. Funding for the Workshop was generously provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH). Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in this website are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.