What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?

What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?

The Visible and Invisible Worlds of Salem. It focuses on the growing pains that many communities in the colonies were facing (they were no longer the same as when they were founded), and in the case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

In this chapter the authors of the book want to address: how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

PLEASE SEE THE CHAPTER IN THE ATTACHED PDF. It will be below the questions that you will answer after reading the chapter

So first you need to read chapter 3, and then answer the following 3 questions:

What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?
What were the pros and cons of pleading guilty to witchcraft?
What aspect of the Salem witch trials did Paul Boyer and Stephen Nissenbaum study? What were their findings, and how did this affect the interpretation of the events in Salem?
Each answer should be a few paragraphs long and fully answer all parts of the question.
What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?

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how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

Fact called, The Visible and Invisible Worlds of Salem. It focuses on the growing pains that many communities in the colonies were facing (they were no longer the same as when they were founded), and in the case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

In this chapter the authors of the book want to address: how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

PLEASE SEE THE CHAPTER IN THE ATTACHED PDF. It will be below the questions that you will answer after reading the chapter

So first you need to read chapter 3, and then answer the following 3 questions:

What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?
What were the pros and cons of pleading guilty to witchcraft?
What aspect of the Salem witch trials did Paul Boyer and Stephen Nissenbaum study? What were their findings, and how did this affect the interpretation of the events in Salem?
Each answer should be a few paragraphs long and fully answer all parts of the question.
how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

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case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

This week you will be reading a chapter from After the Fact called, The Visible and Invisible Worlds of Salem. It focuses on the growing pains that many communities in the colonies were facing (they were no longer the same as when they were founded), and in the case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

In this chapter the authors of the book want to address: how do changes in science/knowledge (like the develop of Psychiatry) change historian’s understanding of the past?

PLEASE SEE THE CHAPTER IN THE ATTACHED PDF. It will be below the questions that you will answer after reading the chapter

So first you need to read chapter 3, and then answer the following 3 questions:

What started the hysteria? Who was involved and affected by the events that followed the initial accusations?
What were the pros and cons of pleading guilty to witchcraft?
What aspect of the Salem witch trials did Paul Boyer and Stephen Nissenbaum study? What were their findings, and how did this affect the interpretation of the events in Salem?
Each answer should be a few paragraphs long and fully answer all parts of the question.
case of Salem these tensions exploded into the violent persecution of witches.

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Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims

Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims

Essay question: To what extent did the American political ideals of liberty, democracy, and independence shape the development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century?

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings, write a paper of roughly 1500 words (or 4-6 double-spaced pages) in response to the above essay prompt. Your essay should make clear how workers connected American political ideals to economic struggles over the workplace. Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims. Also make sure to cite your sources.
Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims

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economic struggles over the workplace.

 economic struggles over the workplace.

To what extent did the American political ideals of liberty, democracy, and independence shape the development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century?

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings, write a paper of roughly 1500 words (or 4-6 double-spaced pages) in response to the above essay prompt. Your essay should make clear how workers connected American political ideals to economic struggles over the workplace. Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims. Also make sure to cite your sources.
economic struggles over the workplace.

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Drawing on material from the lectures and readings

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings

American political ideals of liberty, democracy, and independence shape the development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century?

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings, write a paper of roughly 1500 words (or 4-6 double-spaced pages) in response to the above essay prompt.  Your essay should make clear how workers connected American political ideals to economic struggles over the workplace. Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims. Also make sure to cite your sources.
Drawing on material from the lectures and readings

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write a paper of roughly 1500 words

write a paper of roughly 1500 words

American political ideals of liberty, democracy, and independence shape the development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century?

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings, write a paper of roughly 1500 words (or 4-6 double-spaced pages) in response to the above essay prompt. Your essay should make clear how workers connected American political ideals to economic struggles over the workplace. Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims. Also make sure to cite your sources.
write a paper of roughly 1500 words

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development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century

development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century

what extent did the American political ideals of liberty, democracy, and independence shape the development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century?

Drawing on material from the lectures and readings, write a paper of roughly 1500 words (or 4-6 double-spaced pages) in response to the above essay prompt. Your essay should make clear how workers connected American political ideals to economic struggles over the workplace. Use clear and precise language and provide ample evidence to support your claims. Also make sure to cite your sources.
development of the labor movement in the nineteenth century

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What are the far-reaching consequences of the ways in which so many of us have been taught history?

What are the far-reaching consequences of the ways in which so many of us have been taught history?

Why should we study history? Within the context of our stories concerning Christopher Columbus, Native Americans, the Pilgrims, or slavery, discuss how historians (Zinn and Loewen) have dealt with the above issues specifically. How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further? With regard to the above topics, how have your readings and studies in this class differed from the ways in which these topics have been portrayed (all the way back to elementary school) to you in previous classes? In the quote above, W.E.B. DuBois suggests that in our studies of history, when we skim over the bad parts, our histories begin to lose their value as “incentive and example.” What does he mean by this? What are the far-reaching consequences of the ways in which so many of us have been taught history?
-DIRECTIONS 1) Your response to the question must be typed—twelve point font, double-spaced, one-inch margins. In writing your answer, please do not exceed five pages. 2) Citations should be made in MLA format. Note: You must cite parenthetically throughout your narrative. Please follow this format. There should be many citations throughout your response taken from the sources noted above because assumptions and interpretations must be bolstered by citations. The strength of your response is dependent largely upon your citation. 3) Do not include a bibliography. 4) However, you must write your own, unique, independent answer to this question.
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How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further?

How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further?

QUESTION – What is history? Why should we study history? Within the context of our stories concerning Christopher Columbus, Native Americans, the Pilgrims, or slavery, discuss how historians (Zinn and Loewen) have dealt with the above issues specifically. How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further? With regard to the above topics, how have your readings and studies in this class differed from the ways in which these topics have been portrayed (all the way back to elementary school) to you in previous classes? In the quote above, W.E.B. DuBois suggests that in our studies of history, when we skim over the bad parts, our histories begin to lose their value as “incentive and example.” What does he mean by this? What are the far-reaching consequences of the ways in which so many of us have been taught history?
-DIRECTIONS 1) Your response to the question must be typed—twelve point font, double-spaced, one-inch margins. In writing your answer, please do not exceed five pages. 2) Citations should be made in MLA format. Note: You must cite parenthetically throughout your narrative. Please follow this format. There should be many citations throughout your response taken from the sources noted above because assumptions and interpretations must be bolstered by citations. The strength of your response is dependent largely upon your citation. 3) Do not include a bibliography. 4) However, you must write your own, unique, independent answer to this question.
How have history textbooks begun to complicate our histories even further?

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