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Looseleaf for Traditions and Encounters: a Brief Global History Volume 1

ISBN-10: 1259712745

ISBN-13: 9781259712746

Edition: 4th 2016

Authors: Herbert Ziegler, Jerry Bentley

List price: $94.67
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Based on Bentley and Ziegler's best-selling, comprehensive survey program, Traditions & Encounters: A Brief Global History provides a streamlined account of the cultures and interactions that have shaped world history.  A focus on the human experience helps frame the broad scope of world history into a clear and concise learning experience for students. Bentley's engaging narrative is available as a digital SmartBook(tm), a personalized eBook that enhances understanding by asking students to demonstrate comprehension as they read. It is also supported by engaging digital tools, such as interactive maps, that encourage critical thinking and retention of key course concepts. 
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Book details

List price: $94.67
Edition: 4th
Copyright year: 2016
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 9/16/2015
Binding: Book, Other 
Pages: 752
Size: 8.40" wide x 10.80" long x 1.40" tall
Weight: 1.562
Language: English

Herbert F. Ziegler is an associate professor of history at the University of Hawai'i. He has taught courses on world history for the last 19 years and is currently the director of the world history program at the University of Hawai'i. For several years, he also served as the book review editor of the 'Journal of World History'. His interest in twentieth-century European social and political history led to the publication of 'Nazi Germany's New Aristocracy (1990)'. He is at present working on a study that explores uncharted aspects of German society, especially the cultural manifestations of humor and satire in the Nazi era. His other current research project focuses on the application of complexity theory to a comparative study of societies and their internal dynamics.