Browsing: Timelines

This category includes chronological timelines for key topics in history.

A Brief History This article presents a video timeline for students of The Modern Supernatural: From Gods to Monsters in Western History (History 296) at John Carroll University. For each date below, please click on the date to be taken to a video covering that date’s event.  After watching that video, please post a one or two sentence comment in the comments section for the video that demonstrates that you watched the video. These comments or “thesis statements” are 1-2 sentence summaries of the video. They should include the most important aspects of each video. In other words, the thesis…

A Brief History This article presents a timeline for students of The Modern Supernatural: From Gods to Monsters in Western History (History 296) at John Carroll University. For each date below, please click on the date to be taken to an article covering that date’s event.  After reading that article, please post a one or two sentence comment in the comments section for the article that demonstrates that you read the article. These comments or “thesis statements” are 1-2 sentence summaries of the article. They should include the most important aspects of each article. In other words, the thesis statement…

A Brief History This article presents a video timeline for students of Western Civilization (History 112) at Ashland University. For each date below, please click on the date to be taken to a video covering that date’s event.  After watching that video, please post a one or two sentence comment in the comments section for the video that demonstrates that you watched the video. These comments or “thesis statements” are 1-2 sentence summaries of the video. They should include the most important aspects of each video. In other words, the thesis statement should include the individuals involved, the time period,…

A Brief History This article presents a timeline for students of Western Civilization (History 112) at Ashland University. For each date below, please click on the date to be taken to an article covering that date’s event.  After reading that article, please post a one or two sentence comment in the comments section for the article that demonstrates that you read the article. These comments or “thesis statements” are 1-2 sentence summaries of the article. They should include the most important aspects of each article. In other words, the thesis statement should include the individuals involved, the time period, and…

A Brief History This article presents a timeline of Ancient and Medieval World History for History 11050 at Kent State University at Stark.  Please click on any of the dates to learn more about that date’s events and please post a comment using the Disqus commenting system on any article you click on to let us know your thoughts about that historic event. Digging Deeper I. Introduction On October 3, 2012, a National Geographic explorer announced the discovery of a new species of dinosaur, one with vampire-like fangs! On December 18, 1912, Charles Dawson announced the discovery of the prehistoric missing…

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