New World History A Teacher's Companion

ISBN-10: 0312183275

ISBN-13: 9780312183271

Edition: 2000

Authors: Ross E. Dunn

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List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 12/10/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 596
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

World History after World War II
Search for Alternatives to the Western Civ Model
Toward a New World History
World History Teaching Over Time
Outlines of General History
Looking Eastward: The Career of Western Civ
The Columbia Course in Contemporary Civilization
Toward World History: American Historians and the Coming of the World History Course
The Contributions of Philip Curtin and the "Wisconsin School" to the Study and Promotion of Comparative World History
Selected Bibliography
Three Arguments for Teaching World History - And Two Remonstrations
The Teaching of World History
Beyond Western Civilization: Rebuilding the Survey
The Meandering Mainstream: Reimagining World History
Introductory College Course in Non-American History: An Ethnocentric View
It Is Time to Stop Apologizing for Western Civilization and to Start Analyzing Why It Defines World Culture
Selected Bibliography
Redefining World History: Some Key Statements
Hemispheric Interregional History as an Approach to World History
The Prospects of World History
Connections in History
Depth, Span, and Relevance
The Changing Shape of World History
Selected Bibliography
Interregional and Superregional History
Marshall G. S. Hodgson and the Hemispheric Interregional Approach to World History
"Southernization" as a Construct in Post-Civilization Narrative
Inner Eurasia as a Unit of World History
Migrations of Africans to the Americas: The Impact on Africans, Africa, and the New World
Selected Bibliography
World Systems and World History
Global History, Modernization and the World System Approach: A Critique
World-Systems Analysis: Five Questions in Search of a New Consensus
Economies in Space: The World Economies
A Plea for World System History
Islam as a Special World System
Selected Bibliography
Teaching Regions and Civilization in Global Context
The Middle East in World History
Joining the Mainstream: Integrating Latin America into the Teaching of World History
Early Modern India in World History
Teaching India in a World History Survey
The American Educational Tradition: Hostile to a Humanistic World History?
Geography in the Historical Imagination
Selected Bibliography
Periodizing World History
Periodization in World History: Identifying the Big Changes
Cross-Cultural Interactions and Periodization in World History
Periodizing World History
World History Standards for Grades 5-12
Selected Bibliography
Comparisons and Themes
Global and Comparative History
The Comparative World History Approach
The World and the Northwest: The Fur Trade, Regional History, and World History: An Essay Celebrating the Teaching Scholarship of Philip Curtin
Cross-Cultural Trade as a Framework for Teaching World History: Concepts and Applications
Teaching Religions in the Medieval Period
Selected Bibliography
Gender in World History
World History as Gender History: The Case of the Nation State
Technology and History: The Women's Perspective: A Case Study in Gendered Definitions
Gender at the Base of World History
And Now for Something Completely Different: Gendering the World History Survey
Selected Bibliography
Constructing World History Programs and Curricula
An Undergraduate World History Curriculum for the Twenty-First Century
Starting from Scratch: Shifting from Western Civ to World History
Developing the Twentieth-Century World History Course: A Case Study at Ohio State
"Hisperanto": Western Civilization in the Global Curriculum
Michael Doyle's Views on Western Civ: A Comment and Counterproposal
Graduate Education and Research in World History
Graduate Teaching in World History
Doctoral Training in World History: The Northeastern University Experience
Selected Bibliography
The Future of World History
New Directions
World History in a Global Age
The Case for "Big History"
The Future of Human History as a Science
Selected Bibliography
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