The Heritage of World Civilization, Combined
For undergraduate level World Civilization or World History courses.This comprehensive, accessible survey of world history provides a global and comparative perspective on the events and processes that have shaped our increasingly interdependent world. It combines unusually strong and thorough coverage of Asian, African, Islamic, Western, and American civilization, while highlighting the role of the world's great religious and philosophical traditions.
- Hardback | 1120 pages
- 223.52 x 261.62 x 43.18mm | 2,630.82g
- 26 Jun 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
- 5th edition
Table of contents
I. THE COMING OF CIVILIZATION. 1. Birth of Civilization. 2. The Four Great Revolutions in Thought and Religion. II. EMPIRES AND CULTURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD. 3. Greek and Hellenistic Civilization. 4. Iran, India, and Inner Asia to 200 C.E. 5. Republican and Imperial Rome. 6. Africa: Early History to 1000 C.E. 7. China's First Empire (221 B.C.E.220 C.E.). III. CONSOLIDATION AND INTERACTION OF WORLD CIVILIZATIONS. 8. Imperial China (5891368). 9. Japan: Early History to 1467. 10. Iran and India Before Islam. 11. The Formation of Islamic Civilization (622945). 12. The Early Middle Ages in the West to 1000: The Birth of Europe. 13. The High Middle Ages (10001300). 14. The Islamic Heartlands and India (10001500). 15. Ancient Civilizations of the Americas. IV. THE WORLD IN TRANSITION. 16. The Late Middle Ages and the Renaissance in the West (13001527). Volume II Begins 17. The Age of Reformation and Religious Wars. 18. Africa (ca. 10001800). 19. Conquest and Exploitation: The Development of the Transatlantic Economy. Volume I Ends 20. East Asia in the Late Traditional Era. 21. European State-Building and Worldwide Conflict. 22. European Society Under the Old Regime. 23. The Last Great Islamic Empires (15001800). V. ENLIGHTENMENT AND REVOLUTION IN THE WEST. 24. The Age of European Enlightenment. 25. Revolution in the Transatlantic World. 26. Europe and North America 18151850: Political Reform, Economic Advance, and Social Unrest. VI. INTO THE MODERN WORLD. 27. Political Consolidation in Europe and North America. 28. The Building of European Supremacy: Society and Politics to World War I. 29. The Birth of Contemporary Western Thought. 30. Latin America from Independence to the 1940s. 31. India, The Islamic Heartlands, and Africa: The Encounter with the Modern West (18001945). 32. Modern East Asia. VII. GLOBAL CONFLICT AND CHANGE. 33. Imperialism and World War I. 34. Depression, European Dictators, and the American New Deal. 35. World War II. 36. The West Since World War II. 37. East Asia in the Late Twentieth Century. 38. The Emerging Nations of Africa, Asia, and Latin America Since 1945.