Atlantic Essay Topics

The Atlantic World in the Early Modern Period

Atlantic slave trade is a trade that involved the sale of African people to the colonies of the new world which took place in and around the Atlantic Ocean. The Atlantic slave trade was also referred to transatlantic slave trade and begun in the sixteenth century to the nineteenth century. Most slaves were acquired through… View Article

The Perception of the New World: Columbus and Montaigne

During the era of exploration, the discovery of unexplored territories had greatly struck interest in the European countries that were on the search for more riches in East Asia. In 1493 under the flag of Spain, Christopher Columbus attempted to reach the Indies by navigating west on the Atlantic Ocean but ended up in new… View Article

Caribbean Music and the Influence It Has on the Caribbean Music

African music and history of African music in the Caribbean; Identify and list some of the common African influences/features found in Caribbean folk and popular music. African music: music of the music of the Africa diaspora was refined and developed during the period of slavery. Slaves did not have easy access to instruments, so vocal… View Article

Why Race, Class, and Gender Still Matter

Title: Why Race, Class, and Gender Still Matter Authors: Margaret L. Andersen, Patricia Hill Collins Publication: Wadsworth The critical issues mentioned in “Why Race Class and Gender Still Matter” are how inequalities are going to be spoken about in the book “Race Class and Gender” and about how race, class, and gender still effect society… View Article

Temperature Pattern Exercise

M2A1 Temperature Pattern Exercise EXERCISE 10 PART 1 1. Is the temperature contrast between the equator and the Arctic region greatest in the winter or summer? Answer. Temperature contrast between the equator and the Arctic region is greatest in the winter. Temperatures near or at the equator only change a few degrees between winter and… View Article

African American Museum

I firmly believe that the point of visiting a museum is to educate one on how things once were in the past through its display of artifacts, exhibits, art, cultural objects, etc. Its purpose is to let you imagine what it was like during a time you were not apart of or, in some cases,… View Article