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List price: $106.15
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Binding: Paperback
Weight: 2.794
Language: English

Mapsp. xiii
Sources from the Pastp. xiv
Contexts and Connectionsp. xv
Prefacep. xvi
Acknowledgmentsp. xxix
The Origins of Global Interdependence, 1500 to 1800p. 594
Transoceanic Encounters and Global Connectionsp. 597
The European Reconnaissance of the World's Oceansp. 598
Motives for Explorationp. 599
The Technology of Explorationp. 600
Voyages of Exploration: from the Mediterranean to the Atlanticp. 604
Voyages of Exploration: from the Atlantic to the Pacificp. 606
Sources from the Past: Christopher Columbus's First Impressions of American Peoplesp. 607
Trade and Conflict in Early Modern Asiap. 609
Trading-Post Empiresp. 612
Sources from the Past: Afonso d'Alboquerque Seizes Hormuzp. 614
European Conquests in Southeast Asiap. 615
Foundations of the Russian Empire in Asiap. 617
Commercial Rivalries and the Seven Years' Warp. 619
Global Exchangesp. 620
The Columbian Exchangep. 621
The Origins of Global Tradep. 623
Contexts & Connections: Vaccination and the Eradication of Smallpoxp. 624
Summaryp. 626
Chronologyp. 627
For Further Readingp. 627
The Transformation of Europep. 631
The Fragmentation of Western Christendomp. 632
The Protestant Reformationp. 632
The Catholic Reformationp. 634
Witch-Hunts and Religious Warsp. 635
The Consolidation of Sovereign Statesp. 637
The Attempted Revival of Empirep. 637
The New Monarchsp. 639
Constitutional Statesp. 641
The European States Systemp. 645
Early Capitalist Societyp. 648
Population Growth and Urbanizationp. 649
Early Capitalism and Protoindustrializationp. 649
Social Change in Early Modern Europep. 652
Sources from the Past: Adam Smith on the Capitalist Marketp. 654
Science and Enlightenmentp. 655
The Reconception of the Universep. 655
The Scientific Revolutionp. 656
The Enlightenmentp. 658
Summaryp. 660
Chronologyp. 661
For Further Readingp. 661
New Worlds: The Americas and Oceaniap. 665
Colliding Worldsp. 666
The Spanish Caribbeanp. 666
The Conquest of Mexico and Perup. 668
Sources from the Past: First Impressions of Spanish Forcesp. 669
Iberian Empires in the Americasp. 670
Settler Colonies in North Americap. 673
Colonial Society in the Americasp. 675
The Formation of Multicultural Societiesp. 676
Mining and Agriculture in the Spanish Empirep. 678
Sugar and Slavery in Portuguese Brazilp. 681
Fur Traders and Settlers in North Americap. 682
Christianity and Native Religions in the Americasp. 684
Contexts & Connections: The Holy Herb Nicotinep. 685
Europeans in the Pacificp. 686
Australia and the Larger Worldp. 686
The Pacific Islands and the Larger Worldp. 688
Sources from the Past: Captain James Cook on the Hawaiiansp. 690
Summaryp. 691
Chronologyp. 692
For Further Readingp. 692
Africa and the Atlantic Worldp. 695
African Politics and Society in Early Modern Timesp. 696
The States of West Africa and East Africap. 696
The Kingdoms of Central Africa and South Africap. 699
Sources from the Past: King Afonso I Protests Slave Trading in the Kingdom of Kongop. 701
Islam and Christianity in Early Modern Africap. 703
Social Change in Early Modern Africap. 705
The Atlantic Slave Tradep. 706
Foundations of the Slave Tradep. 706
Human Cargoesp. 707
The Impact of the Slave Trade in Africap. 709
Sources from the Past: Olaudah Equiano on the Middle Passagep. 710
The African Diasporap. 712
Plantation Societiesp. 712
The Making of African-American Cultural Traditionsp. 715
The End of the Slave Trade and the Abolition of Slaveryp. 716
Contexts & Connections: The Globalization of African Musicp. 717
Summaryp. 718
Chronologyp. 719
For Further Readingp. 719
Tradition and Change in East Asiap. 723
The Quest for Political Stabilityp. 724
The Ming Dynastyp. 724
The Qing Dynastyp. 727
The Son of Heaven and the Scholar-Bureaucratsp. 729
Economic and Social Changesp. 731
The Patriarchal Familyp. 731
Population Growth and Economic Developmentp. 733
Gentry, Commoners, Soldiers, and Mean Peoplep. 735
Sources from the Past: Qianlong on Chinese Trade with Englandp. 736
The Confucian Tradition and New Cultural Influencesp. 738
Neo-Confucianism and Pulp Fictionp. 738
The Return of Christianity to Chinap. 739
The Unification of Japanp. 741
The Tokugawa Shogunatep. 741
Economic and Social Changep. 743
Neo-Confucianism and Floating Worldsp. 744
Christianity and Dutch Learningp. 746
Sources from the Past: Fabian Fucan Rejects Christianityp. 748
Summaryp. 749
Chronologyp. 749
For Further Readingp. 750
The Islamic Empiresp. 753
Formation of the Islamic Empiresp. 754
The Ottoman Empirep. 754
The Safavid Empirep. 756
Sources from the Past: Ghislain de Busbecq's Concerns about the Ottoman Empirep. 757
The Mughal Empirep. 759
Sources from the Past: A Conqueror and His Conquests: Babur on Indiap. 760
Imperial Islamic Societyp. 762
The Dynastic Statep. 763
Agriculture and Tradep. 763
Religious Affairs in the Islamic Empiresp. 766
Cultural Patronage of the Islamic Emperorsp. 768
The Empires in Transitionp. 770
The Deterioration of Imperial Leadershipp. 770
Economic and Military Declinep. 771
Cultural Conservatismp. 772
Summaryp. 774
Chronologyp. 775
For Further Readingp. 776
An Age of Revolution, Industry, and Empire, 1750 to 1914p. 778
Revolutions and National States in the Atlantic Worldp. 781
Popular Sovereignty and Political Upheavalp. 782
Enlightened and Revolutionary Ideasp. 783
The American Revolutionp. 784
The French Revolutionp. 786
Sources from the Past: The Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizenp. 789
The Reign of Napoleonp. 791
The Influence of Revolutionp. 793
The Haitian Revolutionp. 794
Wars of Independence in Latin Americap. 796
The Emergence of Ideologies: Conservatism and Liberalismp. 798
Testing the Limits of Revolutionary Ideals: Slaveryp. 799
Testing the Limits of Revolutionary Ideals: Women's Rightsp. 801
Contexts & Connections: Voting Rights and Restrictionsp. 802
Sources from the Past: Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizenp. 804
The Consolidation of National States in Europep. 805
Nations and Nationalismp. 805
The Emergence of National Communitiesp. 807
The Unification of Italy and Germanyp. 809
Summaryp. 811
Chronologyp. 812
For Further Readingp. 813
The Making of Industrial Societyp. 815
Patterns of Industrializationp. 816
Foundations of Industrializationp. 817
The Factory Systemp. 820
The Early Spread of Industrializationp. 821
Industrial Capitalismp. 824
Industrial Societyp. 825
The Fruits of Industryp. 825
Urbanization and Migrationp. 827
Contexts & Connections: Birth Controlp. 828
Sources from the Past: Thomas Malthus on Populationp. 830
Industry and Societyp. 831
The Socialist Challengep. 833
Global Effects of Industrializationp. 836
The Continuing Spread of Industrializationp. 837
Sources from the Past: Marx and Engels on Bourgeoisie and Proletariansp. 838
The International Division of Laborp. 839
Summaryp. 842
Chronologyp. 843
For Further Readingp. 843
The Americas in the Age of Independencep. 847
The Building of American Statesp. 848
The United States: Westward Expansion and Civil Warp. 849
The Canadian Dominion: Independence without Warp. 853
Latin America: Fragmentation and Political Experimentationp. 854
Sources from the Past: Ponciano Arriaga Calls for Land Reformp. 858
American Economic Developmentp. 860
Migration to the Americasp. 860
Economic Expansion in the United Statesp. 862
Canadian Prosperityp. 864
Latin American Dependencep. 865
American Cultural and Social Diversityp. 867
Multicultural Society in the United Statesp. 867
Canadian Cultural Contrastsp. 870
Sources from the Past: The Meaning of Freedom for an Ex-Slavep. 871
Ethnicity, Identity and Gender in Latin Americap. 872
Summaryp. 874
Chronologyp. 875
For Further Readingp. 876
Societies at Crossroadsp. 879
The Ottoman Empire in Declinep. 880
The Nature of Declinep. 881
Reform and Reorganizationp. 883
The Young Turk Erap. 885
Sources from the Past: Proclamation of the Young Turksp. 886
The Russian Empire under Pressurep. 887
Military Defeat and Social Reformp. 887
Industrializationp. 889
Repression and Revolutionp. 891
The Chinese Empire under Siegep. 892
The Opium War and the Unequal Treatiesp. 893
Sources from the Past: Letter of Lin Zexu to Queen Victoriap. 895
The Taiping Rebellionp. 896
Reform Frustratedp. 898
The Transformation of Japanp. 900
From Tokugawa to Meijip. 900
Meiji Reformsp. 902
Summaryp. 904
Chronologyp. 905
For Further Readingp. 906
The Building of Global Empiresp. 909
Foundations of Empirep. 910
Motives of Imperialismp. 910
Tools of Empirep. 912
Sources from the Past: Rudyard Kipling on the White Man's Burdenp. 913
European Imperialismp. 915
The British Empire in Indiap. 915
Imperialism in Central Asia and Southeast Asiap. 917
The Scramble for Africap. 919
Sources from the Past: Lord Lugard Justifies Imperialism and Indirect Rule in Africap. 924
European Imperialism in the Pacificp. 925
The Emergence of New Imperial Powersp. 927
U.S. Imperialism in Latin America and the Pacificp. 927
Imperial Japanp. 929
Legacies of Imperialismp. 930
Empire and Economyp. 930
Labor Migrationsp. 932
Empire and Societyp. 934
Nationalism and Anticolonial Movementsp. 936
Contexts & Connections: The Spread of the English Languagep. 937
Summaryp. 938
Chronologyp. 939
For Further Readingp. 940
Contemporary Global Realignments, 1914 to the Presentp. 942
The Great War: The World in Upheavalp. 944
The Drift toward Warp. 946
Nationalist Aspirationsp. 947
National Rivalriesp. 947
Understandings and Alliancesp. 949
Global Warp. 950
The Guns of Augustp. 951
Mutual Butcheryp. 952
Total War: The Home Frontp. 956
Sources from the Past: Dulce et decorum estp. 957
Conflict in East Asia and the Pacificp. 959
Battles in Africa and Southwest Asiap. 960
The End of the Warp. 961
Revolution in Russiap. 962
U.S. Intervention and the Collapse of the Central Powersp. 963
Sources from the Past: State and Revolutionp. 964
The Paris Peace Conferencep. 966
Contexts & Connections: The Influenza Pandemic of 1918p. 967
Challenges to European Preeminencep. 972
Summaryp. 973
Chronologyp. 974
For Further Readingp. 974
An Age of Anxietyp. 977
Probing Cultural Frontiersp. 979
Postwar Pessimismp. 979
Revolutions in Physics and Psychologyp. 980
Experimentation in Art and Architecturep. 982
Global Depressionp. 985
The Great Depressionp. 985
Despair and Government Actionp. 987
Economic Experimentationp. 988
Sources from the Past: Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Nothing to Fearp. 990
Challenges to the Liberal Orderp. 990
Communism in Russiap. 991
The Fascist Alternativep. 994
Italian Fascismp. 995
German National Socialismp. 996
Sources from the Past: Mein Kampfp. 998
Summaryp. 1000
Chronologyp. 1001
For Further Readingp. 1002
Nationalism and Political Identities in Asia, Africa, and Latin Americap. 1005
Asian Paths to Autonomyp. 1006
India's Quest for Home Rulep. 1006
China's Search for Orderp. 1008
Sources from the Past: "Self Rule is my Birthright"p. 1009
Imperial and Imperialist Japanp. 1013
Africa under Colonial Dominationp. 1014
Africa and the Great Warp. 1014
The Colonial Economyp. 1016
African Nationalismp. 1017
Sources from the Past: Africa for Africansp. 1019
Latin American Struggles with Neocolonialismp. 1020
The Impact of the Great War and the Great Depressionp. 1020
The Evolution of Economic Imperialismp. 1022
Conflicts with a "Good Neighbor"p. 1024
Summaryp. 1027
Chronologyp. 1028
For Further Readingp. 1028
New Conflagrations: World War IIp. 1031
Origins of World War IIp. 1032
Japan's War in Chinap. 1033
Italian and German Aggressionp. 1035
Total War: The World under Firep. 1037
Blitzkrieg: Germany Conquers Europep. 1038
The German Invasion of the Soviet Unionp. 1039
Battles in Asia and the Pacificp. 1041
Defeat of the Axis Powersp. 1043
Sources from the Past: A Hiroshima Maiden's Talep. 1045
Life during Wartimep. 1047
Occupation, Collaboration, and Resistancep. 1048
The Holocaustp. 1050
Sources from the Past: "We Will Never Speak about It in Public"p. 1051
Contexts & Connections: Genocidep. 1052
Women and the War 1054
Neither Peace nor Warp. 1055
Postwar Settlements and Cold Warp. 1056
Global Reconstruction and the United Nationsp. 1058
Summaryp. 1059
Chronologyp. 1060
For Further Readingp. 1061
The Bipolar Worldp. 1063
The Formation of a Bipolar Worldp. 1064
The Cold War in Europep. 1064
Confrontations in Korea and Cubap. 1066
Cold War Societiesp. 1070
Sources from the Past: Nikita Khrushchev on the Capitalist Iron Curtainp. 1074
Contexts & Connections: Cold War Olympic Sportsp. 1076
Challenges to Superpower Hegemonyp. 1077
Defiance, Dissent, and Intervention in Europep. 1077
The People's Republic of Chinap. 1079
Detente and the Decline of Superpower Influencep. 1081
The End of the Cold Warp. 1084
Revolutions in Eastern and Central Europep. 1085
The Collapse of the Soviet Unionp. 1087
Toward an Uncertain Futurep. 1089
Summaryp. 1090
Chronologyp. 1091
For Further Readingp. 1091
The End of Empirep. 1095
Independence in Asiap. 1097
India's Partitioned Independencep. 1097
Sources from the Past: Muhammad Ali Jinnah on the Need for a Muslim Pakistanp. 1099
Nationalist Struggles in Vietnamp. 1102
Arab National States and the Problem of Palestinep. 1103
Decolonization in Africap. 1107
Forcing the French out of North Africap. 1107
Black African Nationalism and Independencep. 1108
Freedom and Conflict in Sub-Saharan Africap. 1109
Sources from the Past: Kwame Nkrumah on African Unityp. 1112
After Independence: Long-Term Struggles in the Postcolonial Erap. 1113
Communism and Democracy in Asiap. 1113
Islamic Resurgence in Southwest Asia and North Africap. 1116
Politics and Economics in Latin Americap. 1119
War and Peace in Sub-Saharan Africap. 1123
Summaryp. 1126
Chronologyp. 1127
For Further Readingp. 1128
A World without Bordersp. 1131
The Global Economyp. 1132
Economic Globalizationp. 1133
Economic Growth in Asiap. 1135
Trading Blocsp. 1136
Cross-Cultural Exchanges and Global Communicationsp. 1138
Global Barbiep. 1139
Consumption and Cultural Interactionp. 1140
The Age of Accessp. 1141
Global Problemsp. 1142
Population Pressures and Environmental Degradationp. 1142
Sources from the Past: Silent Springp. 1145
Economic Inequities and Labor Servitudep. 1147
Contexts & Connections: The Graying of Chinap. 1148
Global Diseasesp. 1149
Global Terrorismp. 1151
Coping with Global Problems: International Organizationsp. 1153
Crossing Boundariesp. 1156
Women's Traditions and Feminist Challengesp. 1156
Migrationp. 1160
Cross-Cultural Travelersp. 1163
Summaryp. 1165
Chronologyp. 1166
For Further Readingp. 1166
Glossaryp. G-1
Creditsp. C-1
Indexp. I-1
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