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Civilization Past & Present, Volume II (from 1300)

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Edition:
11th
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9780321236289

ISBN10:
0321236289
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
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Summary

The authors of the Eleventh Edition ofCivilization Past and Presentspecialists in Islamic, African, Asian, Ancient, Russian, and East European historyweave the diverse trends of world history into a clear and accessible analysis for today's students.Civilization Past and Present, well known in the marketplace as a highly readable survey text, delivers a strong narrative of world history and a level of detail that is manageable for students and solid for instructors. Using images and documents that enhance the text's content, the narrative traces connections across cultures and introduces intriguing avenues of historical interpretation. The text examines all aspects of world historysocial, political, economic, religious, cultural, and geographic.

Table of Contents

Documents xix
Maps
xx
Global Issues xxi
Discovery Through Maps xxi
Chapter Opening Image Descriptions xxiii
To the Instructor xxvii
To the Student xxxviii
The Islamic Gunpowder Empires, 1300--1650
346(24)
New Polities in Eurasia
348(1)
The Ottoman Empire
349(8)
The Safavid Empire in Persia
357(4)
The Mughal Empire in South Asia
361(6)
Networks of Trade and Communication
367(3)
East Asian Cultural and Political Systems, 1300--1650
370(26)
China: The Ming Dynasty
373(8)
Korea: The Making of a Confucian Society
381(3)
Japan: The Era of Shoguns and Warring States
384(7)
Southeast Asia: States Within a Region
391(5)
European Cultural and Religious Transformations: The Renaissance and the Reformation, 1300--1600
396(36)
Social Upheaval
398(1)
The Italian Renaissance
399(5)
Italian Renaissance Art
404(4)
The Northern Renaissance
408(5)
The Crisis in the Catholic Church: 1300--1517
413(3)
Luther and the German Reformation
416(3)
Henry VIII and the Anglican Reformation
419(2)
Protestantism from Switzerland to Holland: Zwingli and Calvin
421(5)
Reform in the Catholic Church
426(6)
The Development of the European State System, 1300--1650
432(30)
Politics in an Age of Crisis: 1300--1500
434(8)
The Religious-Political Fusion
442(1)
Wars of Religions: The Spanish Habsburgs' Quest for European Hegemony, 1556--1598
443(7)
Orthodox Europe: Russian Consolidation and Ottoman Expansion
450(3)
The Austrian Habsburgs' Drive for Superiority and the Thirty Years' War
453(9)
Global Issues Technological Exchange
460(2)
Global Encounters: Europe and the New World Economy, 1400--1650
462(28)
The Iberian Golden Age
464(5)
The Portuguese and Africa
469(5)
The Growth of New Spain
474(3)
Iberian Systems in the New World
477(5)
Beginnings of Northern European Expansion
482(8)
Politics in the First Age of Capitalism, 1648--1774: Absolutism and Limited Central Power
490(36)
Capitalism and the Forces of Change
492(4)
Social Crises during the Capitalist Revolution
496(6)
Louis XIV, the Sun King: The Model for European Absolutism
502(5)
The Gravitational Pull of French Absolutism
507(5)
Holland and England: Limited Central Power
512(4)
Breaking the Bank: Diplomacy and War in the Age of Absolutism: 1650--1774
516(4)
Economic Challenges
520(2)
Louis XV and the Decline of European Absolutism: 1715--1774
522(4)
New Ideas and Their Political Consequences: The Scientific Revolution, the Enlightenment, and the French Revolutions
526(34)
Revolution in Science: The Laws of Nature
528(4)
The Sciences of Society: The ``Age of Reason''
532(7)
The Failure of Monarchical Reform
539(2)
The French Revolution: The Domestic Phase, 1789--1799
541(11)
The French Revolution: The Napoleonic Phase, 1799--1815
552(8)
Africa, 1650--1850
560(26)
The Atlantic Slave Trade
562(6)
End of the Slave Trade in West Africa
568(1)
Islamic Africa
569(2)
Africans and European Settlement in Southern Africa
571(7)
African State Formation in Eastern and Northeastern Africa
578(8)
Global Issues Slavery
584(2)
Asian and Middle Eastern Empires and Nations, 1650--1815
586(32)
The Ottomans in the Early Modern Era
588(5)
Muslim Politics in Persia
593(1)
Early Modern India under the Mughals
594(4)
The Qing Dynasty before the Opium War
598(6)
Korea in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
604(1)
Early Modern Japan: The Tokugawa Period
605(8)
Southeast Asia: Political and Cultural Interactions
613(2)
Europeans on New Pacific Frontiers
615(3)
The Americas, 1650--1825: From European Dominance to Independence
618(24)
The Iberian Colonies: 1650--1789
620(6)
The West Indies
626(1)
Breaking Away: The Creation of the United States of America
627(6)
Haiti: The First Successful Slave Revolution
633(2)
The Latin American Revolutions
635(7)
Industrialization: Social, Political, and Cultural Transformations
642(30)
The Industrial Revolution: British Phase
644(1)
The Industrial Revolution: Continental Phase
645(4)
Industrialization and the Workers
649(5)
The Middle Classes
654(5)
Science, Technology, and the Second Industrial Revolution
659(3)
Cultural Responses to the Age
662(10)
Africa and the Middle East During the Age of European Imperialism
672(34)
European Conquest of Africa
674(4)
European Technology and the African Response to Conquest
678(3)
The Mineral Revolution in South Africa and the Anglo-Boer War
681(1)
Colonial Rule in Africa
682(8)
The Ottoman Empire Refashioned
690(11)
Persia and the Great Power Struggle
701(5)
Asia, 1815--1914: India, Southeast Asia, China, and Japan
706(20)
India
708(4)
Southeast Asia
712(3)
China: The Long Nineteenth Century
715(6)
Japan: Modernity and Imperialism
721(5)
Latin America: Independence and Dependence, 1825--1945
726(24)
Challenges to Latin American States After Independence
728(9)
Twentieth-Century Latin America
737(5)
The Colossus to the North: The United States and Latin America
742(8)
Global Issues Gender
748(2)
Politics and Diplomacy in the West, 1815--1914
750(46)
The Vienna Settlement and the Reassembling of Europe
752(4)
1848: The Revolutionary Year
756(3)
Prussia, German Unification, and the Second Reich
759(5)
The Decline of Austria
764(1)
France: The Second Empire and the Third Republic
765(3)
Italy to 1914
768(1)
The United Kingdom
769(5)
The United States
774(7)
Russia in Reform and Revolution
781(6)
The ``Eastern Question'' and the Failure of European Diplomacy to 1914
787(9)
World War I and Its Economic and Political Consequences
796(36)
World War I
798(10)
The Allied Peace Settlement
808(6)
Economic Disasters
814(4)
Politics in the Democracies
818(7)
The Western Tradition in Transition: Changing Certainties
825(7)
The USSR, Italy, Germany, and Japan: Democratic Failure and Authoritarian Government in the Interwar Period
832(32)
Revolutions in Russia: 1917 and 1928--1939
834(11)
Fascism
845(2)
Italy and Mussolini
847(4)
The German Tragedy
851(7)
Japan
858(6)
Forging New Nations in Asia, 1910--1950
864(20)
China: Revolution and Republic
866(6)
Korea: From Monarchy to Colony
872(2)
Nationalism in Southeast Asia
874(4)
India: The Drive for Independence
878(6)
Emerging National Movements in the Middle East and Africa from the 1920s to 1950s
884(24)
The Middle East Divided
886(9)
The Challenge to Colonial Rule in Africa
895(3)
Pan-Africanism
898(3)
World War II and Its Aftermath
901(7)
World War II: Origins and Consequences, 1919--1946
908(32)
The Troubled Calm: The West in the 1920s
910(2)
Epoch of the Aggressors
912(9)
World War II
921(13)
Postwar Settlements
934(6)
Global Issues War and International Law
938(2)
The Bipolar World: Cold War and Decolonization, 1945--1991
940(22)
Competing Economic Models
942(1)
The Cold War: 1945--1962
943(5)
Vietnam and Afghanistan
948(7)
Gorbachev and the End of the Cold War
955(1)
Decolonization
956(6)
The United States and Europe Since 1945: Politics in an Age of Conflict and Change
962(40)
Technological and Social Changes
964(3)
The United States
967(7)
Western Europe
974(11)
Eastern Europe
985(8)
The Soviet Union and the Russian Republic
993(4)
Interdependence in a Changing World
997(5)
The Middle East, Africa, and Latin America Since 1945: The Struggle for Survival
1002(38)
The Middle East: Religion and Politics
1004(13)
Africa: The Search for National Identities
1017(11)
Latin America: Reform, Repression, or Revolt
1028(12)
Asia Since 1945: Political, Economic, and Social Revolutions
1040
The People's Republic of China and Other Chinese Countries
1042(8)
Japan: From Defeat to Dominance to Doubt
1050(5)
Korea: A Nation Divided
1055(3)
Southeast Asia
1058(5)
The Subcontinent
1063
Credits 1(1)
Notes 1(1)
Index 1


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