Hist-160 Workshop Five
Annotated Research Bibliography
Ebony Cousin, Lisa Cummings, Elisha Madison,
And Kirk Overby
Joe Depolo; Facilitator
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June 11, 2013
Ansart, G. (July 2009). Variations on montesquieu: Raynal and diderot's histoire des deux indes and the American revolution. Journal of the History of Ideas. July 2009, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p399-420. 22p. Retrieved through the Indiana Wesleyan University Off Campus Library
Services. (Lisa Cummings)
Guillaume Ansart, in his review of Raynal and Diderot’s original work, describes the two French philosophes as taking Baron de Montesquieu’s The Spirit of the Laws, described as works to argue relationships, society, tradition and social institutions. Raynal’s small contributions and Diderot’s original work was derived of Montesquieu and further contributed to the compilation of Histoire des deux Indes. Ansart’s review and dissection of these works gives a greater understanding of how perceptions, naiveté’ and admiration of the Americas formed the world impression of the American Revolution, the new republic and nationalism.
Gilje, P. (1996). The Rise of Capitalism in the Early Republic. Journal of the Early Republic.
16(2), 159-181. Retrieved through the Indiana Weleyan University Off Campus Libray
Services, May 20, 2013. (Elisha Madison)
The author described Capitalism and how it is a political and economic system through which the countries trade and industry are controlled by private owners. Capitalism brought banks as institutions which allowed for creating capital. By producing new money people were able to invest in new ideas, including industrial production. This industrial production helped to facilitate transportation progression. Capitalism and the development of transportation go hand in hand because it was due to the transportation progression that capitalism was able to spread. The author explains how transportation expansion helped play a role in changing the mode of production that began to bring out the use of machines in factories to produce goods. Industrialism then began to mainstream in textile mills.
Berlanstein, L. (1992). The Industrial Revolution and Work in Nineteenth-Century Europe.
Retrieved from http://www.questia.com/library/107622041/the-industrial-revolution-and- work-in-nineteenth-century. (Ebony Cousin)
McNutt, J., Whatmore, R. (June 2013). The attempts to transfer the genevan academy to Ireland and to America, 1782–1795. Historical Journal. June 2013, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p345-368.
24p. DOI: 10.1017/S0018246X12000660. Retrieved through the Indiana Wesleyan
University Off Campus Library Services. (Lisa Cummings)
Jennifer Powell McNutt and Richard Whatmore provide a clear abstract of this time in American history based in large, by religion. The migration of republican rebels from Geneva and their movement away from Catholicism and lavish entitlements led to a change in plans for them. McNutt and Whatmore demonstrate an understanding of the Genevans hope for a revolution by ousting the magistrates and instituting a new “popular