Due to the breadth of their topic, essays on World History require an understanding of events at various times and places in history. While this prospect may seem daunting, but there are a few means of making your workload look less than it is when it comes to world history topics.
First, start your paper by creating an outline. Even if you have only five paragraphs to write, jotting a few words for each will help you get a few world history essay ideas with which you can begin working.
Doing so prevents you from repeating yourself, as well as gives you a head start on your work.
Second, you should do your research. However, instead of going for only specialized books, try searching for titles that help you get an overview of your subject. This action ensures that you have a perspective that is both wide and informed enough to write such an essay.
Third, you can and must use the tools that are available to you, for example, periodization. Creating a timeline and working within it can help you generate some world history writing prompts.
Another essential tool is contextualization. Since your work relies on finding recurring patterns worldwide, giving them meaning and context will help you evaluate these circumstances better.
Finally, do not make your essay’s subject too scattered. You have a limited amount of pages to get your idea across, so do your best to condense your thought to suit your instructions.
If you can explain your idea in fewer words, then you have a higher chance of being understood by your readers, rather than boring them.
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The mere idea of confronting the consequences of the application of a gunboat policy or further economic sanctions is more than enough for borrowers to capitulate to the demands of lending institutions. It is a [...]
Regarding, the internal organization, the military-feudal system was established, and the land was owned conditionally because the Sultan had the principal right of proprietorship of all the conquered lands. Moreover, there was a new balance [...]
The Jasmine Revolution in Tunisia belongs to the number of the most dramatic events of the Arab Spring. In fact, people were so exhausted with the growth of unemployment and the price of development that [...]
In this way, the author explained the necessity to pay attention to the most significant alterations witnessed during the mentioned period of time such as the attempt of the Europeans to create a single empire [...]
Though, the discovery of the power of the atom and the creation of a weapon that explores it to make the destructive effect stronger had altered the approach to warfare radically and introduced the threat [...]
Scholars employ various methods in the study of life and the past of a person. Nonetheless, similar to the native population who live in North America, European conquerors despised the prosperity of prehistoric Amazonians culture [...]
The concept of authority can be described as the link between administrators who determine the main points of a particular policy and people who take full responsibility to follow and perform that policy in a [...]
A Conversation with the African-American Ghetto" helps to realize the importance of knowledge of a longer history of the Jewish ghettos and their possible connection to and impact on the African-American ghettos, US segregation policies, [...]
Tanzania is the country with a rich history that began with the migration of the first Cushitic tribes, continued with its colonization by Germany and Britain and its struggle for independence, and resulted in the [...]
In the means to defining what money is, most of the scholars from the psychological and physiological field have come up with the theoretical aspects of money and the ways it influences the economic growth [...]
The book The Biggest Estate on Earth: How Aborigines Made Australia by Bill Gammage represents the work on the history of the Australian Aborigines and answers the question of how they managed to survive under [...]
Thus, in his reflection on the nature of the interrelations between two powerful empires, which arose at the end of the 19th century, the writer argues that the striving of the British Empire and the [...]
The Western civilization has clearly left a mark on the evolution of the humankind, spawning the changes of a tremendous scale in all domains of life, including the cultural, the political, the economic, and the [...]
In the chapter "From Empire to Chimerica," Niall Ferguson traces back the history of the Western financial rise and suggests that nowadays it is being challenged by the developing Eastern world. The hegemonic position of [...]
Apart from a similar enemy, it is possible to draw a number of parallels between the struggle for independence of the "new nations" in the two Americas in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and that [...]
The idea was to redistribute the wealth of the upper class among the poorer cohort of the population in order to achieve this equality, but it was also vital to communism that all manufacturing be [...]
The Manifesto of the Communist Party is a powerful source of information about the most crucial force in history that is the attention to social and personal interests, the peculiarities of the bourgeoisie with its [...]
In his arguments, Edward Said claims that the Europeans categorized the world into two divisions; the Occidents and the Orientals, in other words, they were referring to a world of the civilized and the primitive.
These moral preconditions of the emergence of money, the social conventions that regulate and control it, and the evolvement of its status in the present-day world can be regarded as the most significant events in [...]
One of the greatest revolutions in the ascent of money after the creation of credit banks, the center of the discussion in this chapter is on how issuing bonds can help governments to borrow money [...]
The concept was so important to human progress that the evolution of the financial system needed to support social and economic development resulted in the establishment of the banking system known today.
The act of alienating Ireland in the development process brought the distinction in the collaboration. Slave trade contributed to the growth of the economy of the British Empire via the production of the raw materials [...]
Money is the undisputed determinant of quality of life for inhabitants of the modern world. The concerns of money have become pertinent to people all over the world, including the ones who are living in [...]
If we look back into the history of the 16th-17th centuries, it becomes evident that, no matter how different the foreign policy of all the European countries was, the ultimate goal of the monarchs was [...]
Medici family was a financial symbol in Europe huge in success and power in the 16th century. A system of money in deposits and floating exchange rates was introduced to end centuries-old links between money [...]
It borders Argentina to the east, Peru to the north and finally Bolivia to the northeast. Before the landing of the Spanish colonizers during the 16th C, the Inca governed northern Chile while the indigenous [...]
Since the dawn of the civilization people adhered to a pattern that implied the exploitation of the representatives of a certain social group to obtain benefits and guarantee the further evolution of society in this [...]
The main objective of this essay is to observe and reflect the evidence towards or against the policy of sectarianism during the reign of the Ottoman Empire on the territories under its commandment; moreover, the [...]
Various assessments of the events that took place in Iran require an in-depth revision of the history of the constitutional revolution studying its background and impact of this revolution on the subsequent social and political [...]
It demonstrates that the consequences of the bipolarity and the Cold War emerging from it were not positive because the world felt constant pressure resulting from the confrontation between the United States of America and [...]
Nevertheless, when the Indians returned to the territory of Ohio and established the republics there, the conflicts occurred. The British captured the French lands in the North, but by the end of the war in [...]
In reference to Curtis8, it is important to assess the structures of the European states and the Great Powers systems before 1814 in an effort to understand the reasons behind the establishment of the Congress [...]
General Jean Francois Carteaux led the first phase of the siege with the assistance of the "Carmagnoles" army troops. On the other hand, General Jean Francois Cornu de La Poype led the Alpine Maritime Army [...]
The desire to have money has resulted in mankind doing all sorts of jobs so as to acquire money. Ferguson has managed to contrast the amount of money that particular individuals make versus the number [...]
Western countries were interested in having the control over the countries in the region as they wanted to have access to their resources and wanted to make sure that the governments will be loyal to [...]
The primary impact of the treaty was that it extended American citizenship to the Mexicans living in the ceded territory. The most important article of the treaty was IX because it gave the Mexicans the [...]
Therefore, in this paper, we dwell on the theories and significant instances of genocide so that to prove that the global eradication of ethnicity is the payoff of psychological disparities both on a personal and [...]
Another important piece of information is that the Saljuq and Ghaznavid empires each controlled areas that were smaller as compared to the sheer size of the territory that the Ottoman's controlled at the height of [...]
The readings Asian Studies/Global Studies: Transcending Area Studies and Social Sciences by John Lie and The Invention of Tradition by Eric Hobsbawm examine the place of tradition and innovation in the world of academic cognition.
Furthermore, various factors such as the political and economic relationship between the countries, diseases, development of the routes, and availability of the information have the influence on the ability to explore the different lands.
One of the main reasons why European countries engaged in colonization of the globe was connected to religion: the colonizers wished to promote the Christian faith in Asia and other parts of the world.
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