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Mongols Problems in China

Mongols Problems in China             My project is meant to discuss how the Mongol people in China are affected by the rest of the world.  The Mongol Empire ruled over the land for over a thousand years, and the people supported themselves by farming, hunting, and living a rather nomadic life; and that is how […]



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The Mongols in China

This project was created to go into depth about how the Mongol people who have immigrated to China are currently existing within their culture and society, as well as within China itself. It is extremely notable that since China is such an old country, their history is incredibly dense and is not nearly as recent […]



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Millet Systems & Current Minority Laws

For my final project I worked on comparing the Ottoman millet systems with current legislation in how Islamic countries treat minorities in order to combat ignorance. To fully understand the connection, it’s necessary to quickly summarize what the millet systems were. Originally, they were built to keep religious minorities in separate but ideally equal groups […]



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Armenian Genocide

Stephen Costello COR330-16 Professor Wade 4/22/2016   Armenian Genocide For my final project in the Core class Minority report, we separated into groups to study different minority groups. My group decided to study the Armenian population. Within these groups we each had one focus point on which we would do research and provide details. My […]



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Ancient Religion of the Circassians (A.K.A. the Adyghe)

My group studied the Circassians, also known as the Adyghe. I studied their ancient religious practices and beliefs. The Circassians, or Adyghe, are the oldest indigenous people of Northern Caucaus. They speak Adyghe, which is a Northern Caucasian language with many dialects. They were given the name Circassian, meaning Mountain Dweller, due to their residing […]



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