Complete the Historical Eras Matrix and answer the questions that follow.
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Complete the Historical Eras Matrix and answer the questions that follow. While Turabian style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of
College of Humanities and Social Sciences HIS 530 Topic 2: Historical Eras Matrix Directions: Use the matrix below to familiarize yourself with the different historical schools of thought. Research various aspects of each school of thought as listed in the columns. Provide brief responses for each section to gain a basic understanding of each. School of Thought Definition Major/Key Thinker/Theorists/Scholars Strengths and Weaknesses Example of Method (Book, Article, etc.) Modernism Modernism was a movement in the arts in the first half of the twentieth century that rejected traditional values and techniques and emphasized the importance of individual experience. Francisco Jose de Goya y Lucientes Post-Modernism Any of a number of trends or movements in the arts and literature developing in the 1970s in reaction to or rejection of the dogma, principles, or practices of established modernism, esp. a movement in architecture and the decorative arts running counter to the practice and influence of the International Style and encouraging the use of elements from historical vernacular styles and often playful illusion, decoration, and complexity Slavoj Žižek. Marxism Marxism posits that the struggle between social classes—specifically between the bourgeoisie, or capitalists, and the proletariat, or workers—defines economic relations in a capitalist economy and will lead inevitably to a communist revolution. Karl Marx Classical Social History Directions: After completing the matrix above, use the data you collected to thoughtfully respond to the questions below. Your responses should be a minimum of 300 words per question. How do historians apply different methods of analysis? Provide an example that shows how an historian used a particular method, to defend your claims. Which methods do you or would you employ in your historical analysis? Select an historical event and three methods, how would these methods analyze your selected event? Does the method use change the final analysis of a historical event?