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Documents in World History The Great Traditions - From Ancient Times to 1500

ISBN-10: 0205617891
ISBN-13: 9780205617890
Edition: 5th 2009
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Description: Considerably revised, the fifth edition ofDocuments in World Historyprovides a larger variety of firsthand historical accounts from all areas of the world, thus creating a greater balance between social and cultural history. nbsp; The  More...

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List price: $76.00
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Publication date: 3/18/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 352
Size: 9.25" wide x 7.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.562
Language: English

Considerably revised, the fifth edition ofDocuments in World Historyprovides a larger variety of firsthand historical accounts from all areas of the world, thus creating a greater balance between social and cultural history. nbsp; The latestDocuments in World Historyretains its global emphasis while improving its standard selections, political coverage, and general coverage of Africa and the Middle East, including Persia.

Peter N. Stearns is Provost and University Professor at George Mason University. Since 1967, he has served as editor-in-chief of The Journal of Social History.  His numerous books include World History in Documents ;  American Behavioral History ; and Anxious Parents .

Peter N. Stearnsis a professor of history at George Mason University, where he is currently provost (since January 1, 2000) with almost 40 years of experience as a teacher and administrator. Stearns was the chair of the Department of History at Carnegie Mellon University and also served as the dean of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. In addition, he founded andnbsp;continues to editnbsp;theJournal of Social History. Also while at Carnegie Mellon he developed a pioneering approach to teaching world history to undergraduates in addition to mentoring hundreds of graduate students. Besides his long career as a historian, he is active in historical groups such as the American Historical Society, the Society of French Historical Studies, the Social Science History Association and the International Society for Research on Emotion. He attended Harvard College and later received his Ph.D. from Harvard University. In his prolific career as an author and editor, he has written or edited over 110 works of literature. Stearns currently serves as chair of the Advanced Placement World History committee. nbsp; Stephen S. Goschis a professor emeritus of history at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Gosch began by teaching western civilization courses at UW-Eau Claire, but his scholarship evolved over the years to a broader comparative scholarship in world history, which he introduced to UW-Eau Claire classrooms in 1982. He also taught courses in the history of Japan, 19th and 20th century Europe and Marco Polo's world, as well as a popular team-taught interdisciplinary course on the Vietnam War, which he developed with a colleague in political science. He has published numerous articles and co-authored several books, including the recentPre-modern Travel in World History. Gosch earned his bachelor's degree from Boston University and his master's and doctoral degrees from Rutgers University. nbsp; Erwin P. Grieshabercurrently teaches world history, history of Latin America and history of 20 th century war and peace at Minnesota State University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of North Carolina in 1977. nbsp; Allison Scardino Belzerteaches a wide variety of courses at Armstrong Atlantic State University in Savannah, Georgia. In teaching both halves of world civilization, she focuses on assigning texts that spark a positive response in students ndash; texts that offer concrete knowledge while also inspiring questions. She developed her interest in history at Vassar College and received her Ph.D at Emory University. Her bookWomen and the Great War: Femininity Under Fire in Italy(2010) reflects her research interest in gender and cultural history and the history of war.

Geographical Contents Topical
Preface to the New Edition
Preface Introduction
Early Civilizations
Introduction
Mesopotamian Values: Ideas About the Nature of Life and Death The Gilgamesh Epic
Babylonian Law: How an Early State Regulated its Subjects
The Code
Hymn to the Nile
The Hebrew Bible
From the Hebrew Bible
Herodotus and the Persian Empire The Histories
Zoroastrianism: The Major Persian ReligionHymns of Zarathustra
The Classical Period, 1000 B.C.E. to 500 C.E.
Introduction
China
Key Chinese Values: Confucianism and its Legacy
The Small Analects
Daoism Dao de Jing
Legalism: An Alternate System Han Feizi
Women in Classical China: Ban Zhao Lessons for Women Visual Source
Portrait of Ban Zhao
How to Organize Economic Life
The Salt and Iron Debates
A Respectful Clash of Views Visual Source: Agriculture in Northern China
Greece and Rome
The Greek Political Tradition Plutarch on Sparta
Athenian Democracy and Culture Pericles
Mediterranean Social and Family Structure Aristotle
Polybius on Roman Political Institutions Polybius
Women and the Law in Rome: Legal Codes Women in Rome
The Fall of RomeMarcellinus Global Contacts
The Opening of the Silk Road Chinese and Roman Sources Visual Source
Making and Wearing Silk
Classical India <P style="MAR

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