E. N. Anderson, “Lamb, Rice, and Hegemonic Decline: The Mongol Empire in the Fourteenth Century,” In Christopher Chase-Dunn and E. N. Anderson eds., The Historical Evolution of World-Systems (New York
November 13, 2020 Comments Off on E. N. Anderson, “Lamb, Rice, and Hegemonic Decline: The Mongol Empire in the Fourteenth Century,” In Christopher Chase-Dunn and E. N. Anderson eds., The Historical Evolution of World-Systems (New York Uncategorized Assignment-help

https://www.dropbox.com/s/s9pc5o0wgtn388g/The_Historical_Evolution_of_World-Systems_—-_%28Six_Lamb_Rice_and_Hegemonic_Decline_The_Mongol_Empire_in_the_Fourteent…%29.pdf?dl=0Keep each critique clear and concise. In this assignment, please first go through the article/chapter and see how many secondary sources the author has consulted. If the author used more than three, then limit your critique to three.“Critique” in this case does not mean that you have to be negative about the source. Rather it means that you need to analyze and question each source.Use the author’s argument and evidence (in this case, secondary sources) to help you choose how and where to focus your critique on the secondary source the author has used. Some questions that can help include:How did each secondary source help the author construct the argument and inform the author’s synthesis of the sources? What secondary sources stopped the author to make argument and made you disagree with the