Exchanges A Global History Reader
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Description: This impressive collection of readings illustrates thatthe history of the world is as much about the relationshipsamongsocieties as it is about transformations and continuitieswithinsocieties. Exchanges: A Global HistoryReaderis designed as an introduction to thedisciplineof world history. Unlike other source collections,Exchangeshelps students look beyond strictly delineated regionalism and chronological structures to understand history as a product of ongoing debate. Structured around a series of interconnected themes and debates, and pairing both primary and secondary sources,Exchangeschallenges both students and teachers to rethink history.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $69.60
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/13/2008
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|Interrogating the Origins and Development of Civilization and City-State Societies (c. 8000-600 BCE)|
|The Natural Environment and Human Beings: Constraints and Advantages|
|The Origins of Agriculture and Civilization|
|The City: Its Origins and Nature|
|Consolidation and Fragmentation of Power: The Urban Context|
|Order and Chaos: Threats to Cities and Civilization Unit One: Conclusion|
|Unit Two: Transition and Transformation: From Islands of Culture to Regional "World Systems" (600 BCE-300CE)|
|Ancient Religions-Cosmology, Cosmogony, and Right Ritual|
|The Axial Age: New Reflections on Society, Religion and Knowledge|
|The New Politics and Culture-the Consequences of the New Vision|
|Carriers of Exchange Unit Two: Conclusion|
|Unit Three: The Transformation and Rebirth of World Systems (c.200-1000 CE)|
|The Fall of Empires|
|Migrations of the First Millennium|
|The Heirs of Empires: Rebuilding the State System|
|The Diffusion of Culture Unit Three: Conclusion|
|Unit Four: The Medieval World System, 1000-1500|
|Global Trade Networks|
|Exploration and Conquest|
|Exchanges of Inventions, Ideas and Disease|
|Exchanges and Perceptions of the Other Unit Four: Conclusion|
|Transition: Bridging the Divide in World History|