Nations History Volume 1
Taking political economy as its organizing theme, Making A Nation offers an intellectual focus to history that is sensitive to the recent innovations in women's history and environmental history. The book focuses on the relationships that shape and define human identity—cultural, diplomatic, race, gender, class and sectional relations— and recognizes the importance of such traditional fields as politics and diplomacy. The reference synthesizes the literature in such as way as to allow readers to see the links between the particular and the general, between large and seemingly abstract forces such as globalization and political struggle and the daily struggles of ordinary men and women. Volume I covers U.S. history from its early days in 1450 and moves through colonial outposts, the eighteenth-century world and creating a new nation, to the market revolution, securing democracy, reform and conflict and . . . Please indicate where volume I leaves off. For historians and others interested in a comprehensive overview of the relationships that shape and define U.S. history.
- Hardback | 608 pages
- 194.6 x 298.2 x 20.8mm | 1,138.53g
- 14 Nov 2001
- Prentice Hall (Higher Education Division, Pearson Education)
- Prentice Hall
- New Jersey, United States
- Volume 1 ed.