How have the diverse cultures of the world been linked by political systems, economic contact, social and religious movements, philosophy, art, literature, and such variables as disease and war?

How have the diverse cultures of the world been linked by political systems, economic contact, socialand religious movements, philosophy, art, literature, and such variables as disease and war? In whatways has civilization struggled over the centuries with the challenges that have contributed to culturaltransition? Choose a subject (science, philosophy, religion, economics, the arts, etc.) that we havestudied and identify connections – link common problems, events, or historical themes within the sametime period and/or trace them across geographic and chronological lines. Compare some of the writingswe have read, how they were influenced by the authors own biographical history, including things likesocial locations, environment, interpersonal relationships, era, etc.
And 2nd paper of final paper ;Who is memorialized/remembered in history? Why? During this semester we have learned how history,gender, sexuality, war, religion, politics, family, power, education, economics, and culture help shapethe way we view the world and shape who we are as individuals and as nations; how we think, respond,and act on a global level. Discuss struggles and resolutions within the identified themes above asrepresented in current events, class materials, and discussions. How important are people who do not “fitin” or conflict with their societies, but who embody the edge of creative change – the outsider, theradical mind, the free thinker? IE: Discuss how and why some peoples have been viewed – or renderedinvisible – through history and how individually and collectively their presence is inextricably linkedwith the development and progress of civilization. How did they contribute to intellectual, political, andartistic frameworks?