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World History Term Paper Popics

  1. Apartheid in South Africa.
  2. Gandhi’s role in the establishment of more peace in the world.
  3. How did religions influence the global map throughout the history?
  4. Life of a common peasant in medieval Europe.
  5. Progress in the sphere of women’s rights over the last century.
  6. Reasons for the fall of huge empires like the Roman Empire.
  7. Steps that could have been taken to prevent World War II.
  8. The amazing development of China and Japan in recent centuries.
  9. The cause-and-effect connection between World War I and World War II.
  10. The development of social stratification in Western society.
  11. The factors contributing to the greatness of the ancient Romans.
  12. The influence of abolition on the development of the USA.
  13. The influence of pandemic diseases on the development of the world.
  14. The influence of the invention of nuclear weapons on the development of military power in the world.
  15. The meaning of the Battle of the Seas for Britain and Spain.
  16. The might and specific features of the Mongol Empire.
  17. The most important and fatal events in the history of the Ottoman Empire.
  18. The most violent chapters of Jamaican history.
  19. The mutual influence and development of ancient cultures in Greece, Egypt, and Rome.
  20. The positive and negative effects of the French Revolution.
  21. The reasons for the collapse of the British Empire.
  22. The role of ancient conquests in the formation of the modern world map.
  23. The role of European diseases in the colonization of South America.
  24. The role of the alliance against Nazi Germany in the outcome of World War II.
  25. The role of the Catholic Church in social life in medieval Europe.
  26. The significance of the Cold War in world history.
  27. Things to learn from world wars.
  28. What was life like during the Bronze Age?
  29. Which discoveries made in the Bronze Age were most crucial for the humanity?
  30. Which world leaders did the most for world peace?

US (American) History Term Paper Topics

Native American Societies Before 1492

  1. Hunters, Harvesters, and Traders
  2. Mesoamerican Civilizations
  3. Nonfarming Societies
  4. North America s Diverse Cultures
  5. The Caribbean Islanders
  6. The Development of Agriculture

West African Societies

  1. Geographical and Political Differences
  2. Family Structure and Religion
  3. European Merchants in West Africa and the Slave Trade

Western Europe on the Eve of Exploration

  1. The Consolidation of Political and Military Authority
  2. Religious Conflict and the Protestant Reformation

Contact of Two Worlds

  1. Christopher Columbus and the Westward Route to Asia
  2. Cultural Perceptions and Misperceptions
  3. The Columbian Exchange
  4. The Lure of Discovery
  5. The Spanish Conquest and Colonization

Competition for a Continent

  1. Early French Efforts in North America
  2. English Attempts in the New World

Transplantation and Adaptation (1600-1685)

The French in North America

  1. The Quest for Furs and Converts
  2. The Development of New France

The Dutch Overseas Empire

  1. The Dutch East India Company
  2. The West India Company and New Netherland

English Settlement in the Chesapeake

  1. Life in the Chesapeake Colonies
  2. Maryland: A Refuge for Catholics
  3. The Importance of Tobacco
  4. The Ordeal of Early Virginia

The Founding of New England

  1. The Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony
  2. Massachusetts Bay Colony and Its Offshoots
  3. Families, Farms, and Communities in Early New England

Competition in the Caribbean

  1. A Biracial Society
  2. Sugar and Slaves

The Restoration Colonies

  1. Early Carolina: Colonial Aristocracy and Slave Labor
  2. New Netherland Becomes New York
  3. Pennsylvania: The Dream of Toleration and Peace

A Meeting of Cultures

Indians and Europeans

  1. After the First Hundred Years: Conflict and War
  2. Bringing Christianity to Native Peoples
  3. Displacing Native Americans in the English Colonies
  4. Indian Workers in the Spanish Borderlands
  5. The Web of Trade

Africans and Europeans

  1. African American Families and Communities
  2. African Slaves in the New World
  3. Labor Needs and the Turn to Slavery
  4. Resistance and Rebellion
  5. The Shock of Enslavement

European Laborers in Early America

  1. A Spectrum of Control
  2. New European Immigrants

English Colonies in an Age of Empire (1600s-1763)

Economic Development and Imperial Trade in the British Colonies

  1. Becoming More Like Britain: The Growth of Cities and Inequality
  2. The Colonial Export Trade and the Spirit of Enterprise
  3. The Import Trade and Ties of Credit
  4. The Regulation of Trade

The Transformation of Culture

  1. Colonial Religion and the Great Awakening
  2. Goods and Houses
  3. Shaping Minds and Manners

The Colonial Political World

  1. The Legacy of the Glorious Revolution
  2. The Dominion of New England and the Limits of British Control
  3. Salem Witchcraft
  4. Diverging Politics in the Colonies and Great Britain

Expanding Empires

  1. British Colonists in the Backcountry
  2. The French along the Mississippi and in Louisiana
  3. The Spanish in Texas and California

A Century of Warfare

  1. Imperial Conflict and the Establishment of an American Balance of Power (1689-1738)
  2. King George s War Shifts the Balance (1739-1754)
  3. The French and Indian War (1754-1763)
  4. The Triumph of the British Empire (1763)

Imperial Breakdown (1763-1774)

The Crisis of Imperial Authority

  1. Challenges of Control and Finance
  2. Dealing with the New Territories
  3. Native Americans and Frontier Conflict
  4. The Search for Revenue: The Sugar Act

Republican Ideology and Colonial Protest

  1. Power versus Liberty
  2. Taxation and Sovereignty
  3. The British Constitution

The Stamp Act Crisis

  1. Colonial Assemblies React to the Stamp Tax
  2. Colonists Take to the Streets
  3. Repeal and the Declaratory Act

The Townshend Crisis

  1. Partial Repeal and Its Consequences
  2. Renewed Resistance
  3. The Boston Massacre
  4. Townshend’s Plan

Domestic Divisions

  1. Regulator Movements
  2. The Beginnings of Antislavery

The Final Imperial Crisis

  1. Political Polarization
  2. The Americans Reaction
  3. The Boston Tea Party
  4. The Continental Association
  5. The First Continental Congress
  6. The Intolerable Acts

The War for Independence (1774-1783)

From Rebellion to War

  1. Contradictory British Policies
  2. Mounting Tensions in America
  3. The Battles of Lexington and Concord

The Continental Congress Becomes a National Government

  1. Early Fighting: Massachusetts, Virginia, the Carolinas, and Canada
  2. Independence
  3. The Loyalists
  4. The Second Continental Congress Convenes

The Combatants

  1. African-American Participation in the War
  2. Native Americans and the War
  3. Professional Soldiers
  4. Women in the Contending Armies

The War in the North (1776-1777)

  1. Britain Hesitates: Crucial Battles in New York and New Jersey
  2. The Year of the Hangman: Victory at Saratoga and Winter at Valley Forge

The War Widens (1778-1781)

  1. American Counterattacks
  2. Fighting on the Frontier and at Sea
  3. The Land War Moves South
  4. The United States Gains an Ally

The War and Society (1775-1783)

  1. Economic Disruption
  2. Effect of the War on African Americans
  3. The War’s Impact on Native Americans
  4. The Women’s War

The American Victory (1782-1783)

  1. The Components of Success
  2. The Peace of Paris

The First Republic (1776-1789)

The New Order of Republicanism

  1. Defining the People
  2. The Articles of Confederation
  3. The State Constitutions
  4. Women and the Revolution

Problems at Home

  1. Congress and the West
  2. Economic Depression
  3. The Economic Policies of the States
  4. The Fiscal Crisis

Diplomatic Weaknesses

  1. Impasse with Britain
  2. Spain and the Mississippi River

Toward a New Union

  1. Overview of the Constitution
  2. The Convention at Work
  3. The Road to Philadelphia
  4. The Struggle over Ratification

A New Republic and the Rise of Parties (1789-1800)

Washington s America

  1. The Growing West
  2. The Pluralism of the Mid-Atlantic Region
  3. The Slave South and Its Backcountry
  4. The Uniformity of New England

Forging a New Government

  1. Departments and Courts
  2. Hamilton and the Public Credit
  3. Mr. President and the Bill of Rights
  4. Reaction and Opposition
  5. Revenue and Trade

The Emergence of Parties

  1. Securing the Frontier
  2. The First Partisan Election
  3. The French Revolution
  4. The Whiskey Rebellion
  5. Treaties with Britain and Spain

The Last Federalist Administration

  1. Crisis at Home
  2. The End of the Federalists
  3. The French Crisis and the XYZ Affair
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