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MARK JARZOMBEK is Associate Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning and Professor of the History and Theory of Architecture at MIT. He is the author of several books, and coauthor with Francis D.K. Ching and Vikramaditya Prakash of A Global History of Architecture, Second Edition.
Part One: Foundations
Chapter 1: the South African Cultural Emergence
Chapter 2: Late Pleistocene - Early Holocene
Chapter 3: Savanna- and Forest Peoples Today
Chapter 4: the Great Northern Continuum: Part 1
Chapter 5: the Great Northern Continuum: Part 2
Chapter 6: the Mound and Plaza Societies of the Americas
Part Two: Plants, Animals and Rituals
Chapter 7: Introduction: Village Worlds
Chapter 8: Agro-Pastoral Transitions
Chapter 9: Expansion into Europe
Chapter 10: Cattle-Tending Societies
Chapter 11: Emergence of Central and South American Agriculture Societies
Part Three: Global Expansions
Chapter 12: Africa and Eurasia Transformed
Chapter 13: the World of Portable Architecture
Chapter 14: East Asian Rice Continuum
Chapter 15: African Transformations
Chapter 16: the Arrival of Agro-Centrism in the North America Coda