Civilization Past and Present Primary Source Edition for Civilization Past and Present

ISBN-10: 0321428374

ISBN-13: 9780321428370

Edition: 11th 2006

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The Primary Source Edition of Civilization Past and Present weaves the diverse trends of world history into a clear and accessible analysis and includes 2 to 3 primary sources with critical thinking questions per chapter. Civilization Past and Present, well known in the marketplace as a highly readable survey of world history, delivers a strong narrative of world history and a level of detail that is manageable for readers. The book examines all aspects of world history--social, political, economic, religious, cultural, and geographic.nbsp; nbsp; With 35 primary source documents, the Primary Source Edition has everything students need to succeed in the coursea highly readable survey text that examines all aspects of world history plus a wealth of original documents that help make the material come alive.nbsp; ldquo;Document Analysisrdquo; questions encourage students to delve deeper into the documents and to explore how they relate to the events of the time. nbsp; Overview of world history, from beginnings to the present day. nbsp; Readers interested in an overview of world history.
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List price: $97.33
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Longman Publishing
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 730
Size: 8.50" wide x 10.79" long x 1.14" tall
Weight: 3.872
Language: English

Additional Primary Source Documents are listed at the end of this Table of Contents
Global Issues
Discovery Through Maps
Chapter Opener Image Descriptions
To the Instructor
To the Student
New Ideas and Their Political Consequences: The Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, and the French Revolutions?
Revolution in Science: The Laws of Nature?
The Sciences of Society: The "Age of Reason."?
The Failure of Monarchical Reform
The French Revolution: The Domestic Phase, 1789-1799
The French Revolution: The Napoleonic Phase, 1799-1815
Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen?
Olympe de Gouges on the Rights of Women?
Discovery Through Maps?
The Heliocentric Cosmos of Copernicus
Africa, 1650-1850
The Atlantic Slave Trade
End of the Slave Trade in West Africa
Islamic Africa
Africans and European Settlement in Southern Africa
African State Formation in Eastern and North-Eastern Africa
A Slave's Memoir?
Song of the Afflicted?
Discovery Through Maps?
The Myth of the Empty Land
Global Issues : Slavery
Asian and Middle Eastern Empires and Nations, 1650-1815
The Ottomans in the Early Modern Era
Muslim Politics in Persia
Early Modern India under the Mughals
The Qing Dynasty before the Opium War
Korea in the 17 th and 18 th Centuries?
Early Modern Japan: The Tokugawa Period
Southeast Asia: Political and Cultural Interactions?
Europeans on New Pacific Frontiers?
Lady Montagu, Florence Nightingale, and the Myths of "Orient. "?
From the Casebook of Lan Dingyuan, a Country Magistrate?
Ihara Saikaku: "The Umbrella Oracle
The Americas, 1650-1825: From European Dominance to Independence
The Iberian Colonies: 1650-1789
The West Indies
Breaking Away: The Creation of the United States of America
Haiti: The First Successful Slave Revolution
Revolutions in Mexico and Central and South America
Letter from Abigail Adams?
Simon Bolivar, Proclamation to the People of Venezuela?
Discovery Through Maps?
The Island of California
Industrialization: Social, Political, and Cultural Transformations
The Industrial Revolution: British Phase
The Industrial Revolution: Continental Phase
Industrialization and the Workers
The Middle Classes
Science, Technology, and the Second Industrial Revolution
Cultural Responses to the New Age
Industrialization and Children?
Mrs. Beeton's Book of Household Management (1861)
Africa and the Middle East During the Age of European Imperialism
European Conquest of Africa
European Technology and the African Response to Conquest
The Mineral Revolution in South Africa and the Anglo-Boer War
Colonial Rule in Africa
The Ottoman Empire Refashioned
Persia and the Great Power Struggle
That Was No Brother?
A Middle Eastern Vision of the West?
Halide Edib: Education, Generation, and Class in the Late Ottoman Empire
Asia, 1815-1914: India, Southeast Asia, China, and Japan?
Southeast Asia
China: The Long Nineteenth Century
Japan: Modernity and Imperialism
The Great Revolt of 1857-58?
Lin Zexu on the Opium Trade?
"The Beefeater."
Latin America: Independence and Dependence, 1825-1945
Challenges to Latin American States after Independence
Twentieth-Century Latin America
The Colossus to the North: the United States and Latin America
Newspaper Advertisements for Runaway Slaves in Brazil?
Civilization and Barbarism?
Jose Marti's Observations on the United States and Cuba
Global Issues : Gender
Politics and Diplomacy in the West: 1815-1914
The Vienna Settlement and the Reassembling of Europe
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