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Summary

LANDMARKS in Humanitiesis a single-volume survey of global culture designed for students of humanities, cultural history, and history of the arts. In chronological sequence,LANDMARKShighlights the most notable monuments of the human imagination--those works of art and architecture, literature, philosophy, and music that have been foremost in shaping the world's cultures.The text's fifteen chapters are unified by core concepts related to each period, such as Classicism, Christendom, or Modernism. Chapter features include "Ideas and Issues" boxes containing primary-source excerpts; "Parallels" sidebars relating images and ideas; "Beyond the West" sections highlighting influential landmarks of Asian, African, and Oceanic cultures; and chapter-ending timelines keying landmarks in humanities to major historical events. Throughout the text, high quality maps place key events and works in a clear geographical context. In addition, an outstanding supplements package accompanies the text, featuring resources for both students and instructors. Each copy of LANDMARKS will include a free student DVD-ROM,Core Concepts in Humanities, which contains interactive activities for each chapter in the text plus numerous other study resources for all humanities disciplines.

Table of Contents

Preface xii
Origins: The First Civilizations
1(28)
Prehistory
2(4)
Paleolithic Culture
2(1)
Ideas and Issues Keeping Track of Time
3(1)
Neolithic Culture
3(1)
Parallels Mother Earth
3(2)
Parallels Stone Circles
5(1)
The Birth of Civilization
6(2)
From Counting to Writing
6(1)
Parallels The Invention of Writing
7(1)
Metallurgy: The Bronze Age
7(1)
Mesopotamia: ``Land Between the Rivers''
8(5)
Myths, Gods, and Goddesses
8(1)
Ideas and Issues Male Versus Female Power
9(1)
Mesopotamia's Ziggurats
9(1)
Gilgamesh: The First Epic
10(1)
Parallels Temple Towers
10(1)
Ideas and Issues The Quest for Life Everlasting
11(1)
Babylon: Hammurabi's Law Code
11(1)
Iron Technology
12(1)
Ideas and Issues From Hammurabi's Code
12(1)
Landmarks of the Iron Age
13(1)
Ancient Egypt
13(8)
The Cult of the Dead
14(1)
Egyptian Art
15(1)
Parallels Pyramids Ancient and Modern
16(1)
New Kingdom Temples
17(1)
Egyptian Women
18(2)
Akhenaten's Reform
20(1)
Literature and Music
20(1)
Beyond the West: Ancient India
21(2)
Indus Valley Civilization
21(1)
The Vedic Era
21(1)
Hindu Pantheism
22(1)
Ideas and Issues Hindu Pantheism and Reincarnation
22(1)
Beyond the West: Ancient China
23(3)
The Shang Dynasty
23(1)
The Aristocracy of Merit
24(1)
The Mandate of Heaven
24(1)
Spirits, Gods, and the Natural Order
24(1)
Daoism: The Philosophy of the Way
25(1)
Ideas and Issues Daoism: The Way
25(1)
Afterword
26(1)
Key Topics
26(1)
The First Civilizations Timeline
27(2)
Classicism: The Greek Legacy
29(36)
Ancient Greek Civilization
30(6)
Aegean Civilizations
30(1)
Mycenaean Civilizations
31(2)
The Heroic Age
33(1)
The Greek Gods
34(1)
Parallels In the Beginning
34(1)
Greek City-States and the Persian Wars
35(1)
Athens and the Golden Age
36(5)
The Athens of Pericles
36(1)
The Olympic Games
37(1)
Ideas and Issues Pericles: The Greatness of Athens
37(1)
Greek Drama
37(3)
Greek Poetry
40(1)
Ideas and Issues Sappho: ``He is More Than a Hero''
40(1)
Greek Philosophy
41(2)
Naturalist Philosophy: The Pre-Socratics
41(1)
The Sophists
42(1)
Socrates and the Quest for Virtue
42(1)
Beyond the West: Chinese Philosophy
43(4)
Confucius
43(1)
Ideas and Issues Confucius: Moral Advice
43(1)
Plato and the Theory of Forms
44(1)
Aristotle and the Life of Reason
45(1)
Ideas and Issues The Syllogism
46(1)
Aristotle and the State
46(1)
Ideas and Issues Man is a Political Animal
47(1)
Ideas and Issues Aristotle's Defense of Slavery
47(1)
The Classical Style
47(11)
Key Features
47(1)
Greek Painting
47(1)
Greek Sculpture: The Archaic Period
48(1)
Greek Sculpture: The Classical Period
49(1)
Parallels The Sculptured Male Form
50(2)
Greek Architecture: The Parthenon
52(1)
Parallels Greek Classicism and Neoclassicism
53(2)
The Sculpture of the Parthenon
55(2)
Greek Music and Dance
57(1)
The Hellenistic Age
58(4)
Hellenistic Schools of Thought
59(1)
Hellenistic Art
60(2)
Afterword
62(1)
Key Topics
62(1)
Ancient Greece Timeline
63(2)
Empire: The Power and Glory of Rome
65(26)
The Roman Rise to Empire
66(4)
Rome's Early History
66(1)
The Roman Republic
66(1)
The Collapse of the Republic
67(1)
The Roman Empire: Pax Romana
68(1)
Roman Law
69(1)
Roman Literature
70(3)
Latin Prose Literature
70(1)
Philosophic Thought
70(1)
Ideas and Issues Stoic Detachment and Acceptance
70(1)
Epic Poetry
71(1)
Lyric Poetry and Satire
71(1)
Ideas and Issues Virgil: Rome's Duty to Rule
71(1)
Ideas and Issues Catullus: The Poetry of Seduction
71(1)
Ideas and Issues Horace: ``Carpe Diem'' (``Seize the Day'')
72(1)
Ideas and Issues Juvenal: ``Against Women''
72(1)
Roman Drama
73(1)
Art and Empire
73(11)
Roman Architecture
73(3)
Parallels Roman Classicism and Neoclassicism
76(3)
Roman Sculpture
79(3)
Roman Painting and Mosaic
82(1)
Roman Music
83(1)
Beyond the West: China's Rise to Empire
84(4)
The Qin Dynasty
84(2)
The Han Dynasty
86(1)
Han Literature
86(1)
Visual Arts and Music
87(1)
Afterword
88(1)
Key Topics
88(1)
Ancient Rome Timeline
89(2)
Revelation: The Flowering of World Religions
91(32)
Judaism
92(3)
The Hebrews
92(1)
Parallels Codes of Conduct
92(1)
The Hebrew State
93(1)
The Hebrew Bible
93(2)
The Arts of the Hebrews
95(1)
Christianity
95(4)
The Greco-Roman Background
95(1)
Mystery Cults
95(1)
Judea Before Jesus
96(1)
The Coming of Jesus
96(1)
Paul: Co-Founder of Christianity
97(1)
Ideas and Issues Jesus Sermon on the Mount
98(1)
The Spread of Christianity
99(12)
The Christian Identity
99(1)
Christian Monasticism
100(1)
Ideas and Issues The Christian Calendar
100(1)
The Latin Church Fathers
100(2)
Ideas and Issues Neoplatonism
102(1)
Symbolism and Early Christian Art
102(1)
Early Christian Architecture
103(2)
Byzantine Art and Architecture
105(4)
The Byzantine Icon
109(1)
Early Christian Music
110(1)
Islam
111(3)
The Coming of Muhammad
111(1)
The Quran
111(2)
Ideas and Issues The Quran: Judgment
113(1)
The Spread of Islam
114(4)
Early Islamic Art and Architecture
115(1)
Early Islamic Music
116(2)
Beyond the West: Buddhism
118(2)
Early Buddhist Architecture
119(1)
Parallels Jesus and the Buddha: Humility
119(1)
Afterword
120(1)
Key Topics
120(1)
World Religions Timeline
121(2)
Synthesis: The Rise of the West
123(24)
The Germanic Tribes
124(3)
Germanic Culture
124(1)
Germanic Literature
125(1)
Germanic Art
125(1)
Parallels Interlace: Secular and Sacred
126(1)
The Age of Charlemagne
127(4)
The Carolingian Renaissance
127(1)
Parallels The Monastic Complex East and West
128(1)
The Monastic Complex
129(1)
The Medieval Book
129(1)
Parallels Holy Books and Manuscripts
130(1)
Beyond the West: Japan
131(1)
The Birth of the Novel
131(1)
Ideas and Issues Handwriting as an Art
131(1)
Feudal Society
132(6)
The Feudal Contract
132(1)
Parallels Feudalism East and West
132(1)
The Lives of Medieval Serfs
133(1)
The Norman Conquest
133(1)
The Norman Castle
134(2)
The Bayeux Tapestry
136(1)
The Crusades
136(2)
Feudal-Age Literature
138(2)
The Song of Roland
138(1)
Ideas and Issues The Glories of War
138(1)
The Poetry of the Troubadours
138(1)
Ideas and Issues The Countess of Dia: Lost Love
139(1)
The Medieval Romance and the Code of Courtly Love
139(1)
Early Medieval Music
140(1)
Liturgical Drama
140(1)
Beyond the West: China
141(3)
Tang and Song
141(1)
Chinese Technology
141(1)
Chinese Porcelain
142(1)
Chinese Landscape Painting
142(2)
Afterword
144(1)
Key Topics
144(1)
Early Middle Ages Timeline
145(2)
Christendom: Europe in the Age of Faith
147(32)
The Medieval Church
148(3)
Ideas and Issues The Supremacy of the Church
148(1)
Sin and Salvation
148(1)
The Literature of Mysticism
149(1)
Saint Francis: Medieval Humanist
149(1)
Parallels Mysticism: Christian and Muslim
150(1)
Medieval Towns
151(7)
Medieval Drama
151(2)
Dante's Divine Comedy
153(1)
Ideas and Issues Dante: The Ninth Circle of Hell
154(1)
The Medieval University
155(1)
Medieval Scholasticism
156(1)
Ideas and Issues Aquinas: Whether Woman Should Have Been Made
157(1)
The Pilgrimage Church
158(4)
Romanesque Architecture
159(3)
Romanesque Sculpture
162(1)
The Gothic Cathedral
162(10)
Chartres Cathedral: Gothic Landmark
165(5)
Medieval Painting: The Gothic Altarpiece
170(1)
Parallels Temple-Shrines: Christian and Hindu
171(1)
Medieval Music
172(2)
Medieval Musical Notation
172(1)
Medieval Polyphony
172(1)
The ``Dies Irae''
172(1)
The Motet
173(1)
Instrumental Music
173(1)
Beyond the West: India and China
174(2)
Religious Icons
174(2)
Afterword
176(1)
Key Topics
176(1)
High Middle Ages Timeline
177(2)
Rebirth: The Age of the Renaissance
179(40)
Transition: Medieval to Renaissance
180(3)
The Black Death
180(1)
The Rise of Constitutional Monarchy
181(1)
The Hundred Years' War
181(1)
The Decline of the Church
182(1)
The Arts in Transition
183(4)
Boccaccio
183(1)
Christine de Pisan
183(1)
Chaucer
183(1)
Parallels The New Realism in Literature and Art
184(2)
Giotto's New Realism
186(1)
The Ars Nova in Music
187(1)
The Italian Renaissance
187(2)
Renaissance Humanism
189(5)
Petrarch: ``Father of Humanism''
190(1)
Ideas and Issues Petrarch: The Flesh Versus the Spirit
190(1)
Ficino: The Platonic Academy
190(1)
Pico della Mirandola: The Dignity of Man
190(1)
Ideas and Issues Pico: Free Will and Human Perfectibility
191(1)
Castiglione: The Well-Rounded Person
191(1)
Ideas and Issues The Renaissance Gentleman/The Renaissance Lady
192(1)
The Printing Press
192(1)
Machiavelli and Power Politics
192(2)
Ideas and Issues Whether It Is Better to Be Loved Than Feared
194(1)
Early Renaissance Art
194(9)
Early Renaissance Architecture
195(1)
Early Renaissance Painting
196(2)
Early Renaissance Sculpture
198(5)
High Renaissance Art
203(11)
High Renaissance Architecture
203(1)
Leonardo da Vinci
203(3)
Ideas and Issues Restoration or Ruin?
206(2)
Raphael
208(1)
Michelangelo
209(3)
The High Renaissance in Venice
212(2)
Renaissance Music
214(1)
Josquin des Prez
214(1)
The Madrigal
214(1)
Instrumental Music
214(1)
Renaissance Dance
215(1)
Beyond the West: The Glories of the Ottoman Empire
215(1)
Afterword
216(1)
Key Topics
216(1)
Renaissance Timeline
217(2)
Reform: The Northern Renaissance and the Reformation
219(26)
Renaissance and Reformation
220(5)
Christian Humanism
220(1)
Luther and the Protestant Reformation
220(2)
Ideas and Issues Luther's Challenge to the Church
222(1)
The Spread of Protestantism
222(1)
Calvin and Calvinism
222(1)
Ideas and Issues Calvin: Predestination
223(1)
Anabaptism
223(1)
The Anglican Church
223(1)
Religious Persecution and Witch-Hunts
223(2)
Sixteenth-Century Literature
225(5)
Erasmus
225(1)
Ideas and Issues Erasmus: Life as Folly
225(1)
More
225(1)
Cervantes
226(1)
Ideas and Issues Cervantes: Tilting at Windmills
226(1)
Montaigne
226(1)
Shakespeare
227(1)
Ideas and Issues Shakespeare: Poetry's Immortalizing Power
228(1)
The Shakespearean Stage
229(1)
Beyond the West: Japanese Theater
230(2)
Shakespeare's Plays
231(1)
Ideas and Issues Hamlet's Dilemma
231(1)
Northern Art
232(9)
Jan van Eyck
232(1)
The Protestant Reformation and Printmaking
233(1)
Durer
234(1)
Cranach and Holbein
235(1)
Grunewald
235(1)
Parallels Humanism: East and West
236(1)
Bosch
236(1)
Parallels Devotional Images: Pathos and Remorse
237(3)
Brueghel
240(1)
Northern Music
241(1)
Music and the Reformation
241(1)
Elizabethan Music
241(1)
Afterword
242(1)
Key Topics
242(1)
Northern Renaissance Timeline
243(2)
Encounter: European Outreach and Expansion
245(22)
Global Travel and Trade
246(1)
European Expansion
247(1)
Africa
247(6)
Cultural Heritage
247(1)
West African Kingdoms
248(1)
Ideas and Issues The Voice of the Griot
249(1)
African Literature
249(1)
Parallels Text and Image: The Oba of Benin
250(1)
Ideas and Issues African Myths: The Origin of Death
250(1)
African Music and Dance
250(1)
African Sculpture
251(1)
The Europeans in Africa
252(1)
Parallels Africa's Legacy
252(1)
The Americas
253(9)
Native American Cultures
253(1)
The Arts of Native North America
253(3)
Ideas and Issues Navajo Night Chant
256(1)
Ideas and Issues Mohawk Myth: How Man Was Created
256(1)
The Arts of Meso- and South America
256(2)
Maya Civilization
258(3)
Inka Civilization
261(1)
Aztec Civilization
261(1)
Cross-Cultural Encounter
The Spanish in the Americas
262(1)
The Columbian Exchange
262(1)
Ideas and Issues Cortes: Destroying Aztec ``Idols''
263(1)
Afterword
264(1)
Key Topics
264(1)
Africa and the Americas Timeline
265(2)
Baroque: Piety and Extravagance
267(34)
The Catholic Reformation
268(3)
Loyola and the Jesuit Order
268(1)
Ideas and Issues Loyola: The Church Militant
268(1)
Mannerist Painting
268(2)
Music and the Catholic Reformation
270(1)
The Italian Baroque
271(5)
Italian Baroque Architecture
271(1)
Italian Baroque Sculpture
271(1)
Parallels Text and Image: Saint Teresa's Vision
272(1)
Italian Baroque Painting
273(1)
Parallels Text and Image: The Book of Judith
274(2)
The Northern Baroque
276(8)
The Rise of the English Commonwealth
276(1)
The King James Bible
276(1)
Donne
276(1)
Ideas and Issues Donne: No Man Is an Island
277(1)
Ideas and Issues Donne: ``Death Be Not Proud''
277(1)
Milton
277(1)
Ideas and Issues Milton: A Paradise Within
277(1)
The London of Christopher Wren
278(1)
Seventeenth-Century Holland
279(1)
Vermeer
280(1)
Rembrandt
281(3)
The Aristocratic Baroque
284(8)
Louis XIV and the Arts
284(1)
Parallels Absolutism and the Arts: East and West
285(1)
Theater Arts
286(1)
Academic Art
287(1)
The Aristocratic Baroque Portrait
288(1)
Parallels Aristocratic Art: East and West
289(1)
Velazquez and Rubens
290(2)
Beyond the West: Aristocratic Landmarks
292(1)
Japan
292(1)
India
292(1)
Baroque Music
293(5)
Gabrieli
293(1)
The Birth of Opera
293(1)
Monteverdi
293(1)
Music at the Court of Louis XIV
294(1)
Handel and the English Oratorio
294(1)
Bach and Religious Music
295(1)
Instrumental Music
295(3)
Afterword
298(1)
Key Topics
298(1)
Baroque Timeline
299(2)
Enlightenment: Science and the New Learning
301(32)
The Scientific Revolution
302(3)
Galileo
302(1)
Bacon and the Empirical Method
302(1)
Ideas and Issues Bacon: Science and Religion
303(1)
Ideas and Issues The Tools of Science
304(1)
Descartes and the Birth of Modern Philosophy
304(1)
Newton's Synthesis
304(1)
The Enlightenment
305(7)
Locke: Enlightenment Herald
305(1)
Ideas and Issues Two Views of the Social Contract
306(1)
Montesquieu and Jefferson
306(1)
Ideas and Issues Jefferson: Unalienable Rights
307(1)
The Philosophes
307(1)
Ideas and Issues The Encyclopedic Cast of Mind
308(1)
The Crusade for Progress
308(1)
Ideas and Issues Condorcet: The Progress of Humankind
309(1)
Enlightenment and the Rights of Women
309(1)
Ideas and Issues Wollstonecraft: Make Women Free
309(1)
Kant and Enlightenment Ethics
309(1)
Rousseau: Enlightenment Rebel
310(1)
Revolutions of the Late Eighteenth Century
310(2)
Literature and the Enlightenment
312(3)
Pope: Poet of the Age of Reason
312(1)
Ideas and Issues Pope: Whatever Is, Is Right
312(1)
Newspapers and Novels
312(1)
Slave Narratives
313(1)
Satire: Swift and Voltaire
313(2)
The Visual Arts and the Enlightenment
315(11)
Hogarth's Visual Satires
315(1)
The Rococo Style
316(2)
Rococo Painting
318(2)
Parallels Love and Lovers
320(1)
Rococo Sculpture
320(1)
Genre Painting
321(1)
Neoclassicism
322(1)
Neoclassical Architecture
322(1)
Parallels The Neoclassical Vogue
323(1)
Neoclassical Sculpture
324(1)
Neoclassical Painting
324(2)
Music and the Enlightenment
326(3)
Eighteenth-Century Classical Music
326(1)
The Birth of the Symphony Orchestra
327(1)
Haydn
327(1)
Mozart
328(1)
Beyond the West: Japan
329(1)
The Way of Tea and Zen
329(1)
Afterword
330(1)
Key Topics
330(1)
Enlightenment Timeline
331(2)
Romanticism: Nature, Passion, and the Sublime
333(30)
Heralds of Romanticism
334(3)
Napoleon: Romantic Hero
334(1)
Nineteenth-Century Philosophers
335(1)
Darwin's Origin of Species
336(1)
Romantic Literature
337(4)
Wordsworth and the Poetry of Nature
337(1)
Ideas and Issues Wordsworth: A Sense Sublime
338(1)
Shelley and Keats
338(1)
Ideas and Issues Shelley: ``Ozymandias''
338(1)
Byron: Romantic Hero
339(1)
Goethe's Faust
339(1)
Ideas and Issues Goethe: The Faustian Hero
340(1)
The Female Voice
340(1)
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
341(1)
American Romanticism
341(3)
Transcendentalism
341(1)
Ideas and Issues Emerson: I Am Part of God
341(1)
Ideas and Issues Thoreau: Nature as Teacher
342(1)
Whitman's Romantic Individualism
342(1)
Ideas and Issues Whitman: ``I Celebrate Myself''
342(1)
Abolitionist Literature
343(1)
Ideas and Issues Douglass: Slave Morality
343(1)
Romanticism in the Visual Arts
344(10)
The Romantic Landscape
344(2)
Parallels Landscape: West and East
346(1)
American Painting
347(2)
The Popular Hero: Goya and Gericault
349(2)
Parallels Lady Liberty
351(1)
Revolutionary Heroism: Delacroix
352(1)
Romantic Sculpture
352(1)
Romantic Architecture
353(1)
Romantic Music and Dance
354(5)
The Symphony: Beethoven
354(1)
The Art Song: Schubert
355(1)
Program Music: Berlioz
355(1)
Piano Music: Chopin
356(1)
The Romantic Ballet
357(1)
Grand Opera: Verdi
358(1)
Music-Drama: Wagner
358(1)
Beyond the West: Exploring Africa
359(1)
Afterword
360(1)
Key Topics
360(1)
Romanticism Timeline
361(2)
Materialism: The Industrial Era and the Urban Scene
363(28)
The Global Dominion of the West
364(3)
Advancing Industrialism
364(1)
Colonialism and the New Imperialism
364(1)
Social and Economic Realities
365(1)
Marx and Engels
366(1)
Ideas and Issues The Communist Revolution
366(1)
Nietzsche's New Morality
367(1)
Ideas and Issues Progress: The False Idea
367(1)
Literary Realism
367(3)
The Novels of Dickens and Twain
367(1)
Russian Realism: Dostoevsky and Tolstoy
368(1)
Ideas and Issues Dostoevsky: Lords of the Future
368(1)
Flaubert and the Literary Heroine
368(1)
Zola and the Naturalistic Novel
369(1)
Realist Drama: Ibsen
369(1)
Ideas and Issues Ibsen: A Doll's House
369(1)
Late-Nineteenth-Century Architecture
370(2)
Cast-Iron Structures
370(1)
The Skyscraper
370(2)
Realism in the Visual Arts
372(5)
The Birth of Photography
372(1)
Courbet and French Realist Painting
373(1)
Daumier's Social Realism
373(2)
The Scandalous Realism of Manet
375(1)
Realism in American Painting
375(2)
Impressionism
377(4)
Monet: Pioneer Impressionist
377(1)
Renoir and Degas
378(1)
Parallels Photographs and Paintings
378(1)
Cassatt: American Impressionist
379(1)
Toulouse-Lautrec
380(1)
Parallels Japanese Prints and European Paintings
380(1)
Postimpressionism
381(4)
Art Nouveau
381(1)
Van Gogh and Gauguin
381(1)
Ideas and Issues Gauguin: The Lost Eden
382(1)
Seurat and Cezanne
382(3)
Late-Nineteenth-Century Sculpture
385(1)
Parallels Sculpture and Dance
385(1)
Late-Nineteenth-Century Music
386(1)
Verismo Opera: Puccini
386(1)
Musical Impressionism: Debussy
386(1)
Beyond the West: The Lure of the Exotic: Oceania
387(1)
Afterword
388(1)
Key Topics
388(1)
Materialism Timeline
389(2)
Modernism: The Assault on Tradition
391(34)
New Directions
392(1)
The New Physics
392(1)
The Freudian Revolution
392(1)
Ideas and Issues Religion as Mass-Delusion
393(1)
War and Revolution
393(3)
World War I
393(1)
The Russian Revolution
393(1)
Ideas and Issues The Mexican Revolution
394(1)
Ideas and Issues Lenin: The Classless Society
394(1)
Hitler and World War II
395(1)
Beyond the West: Mao's China
396(1)
Modern Literature
396(3)
The Imagists
396(1)
Eliot and Yeats
396(1)
Parallels Text and Image: The Modern Wasteland
397(1)
Ideas and Issues Yeats: ``The Second Coming''
397(1)
Modern Fiction and Drama
398(1)
Science Fiction and the Futurist Novel
398(1)
Modern Art
399(18)
Picasso and Cubism
399(2)
Parallels ``Magical Objects''
401(2)
Futurism
403(1)
Matisse and Fauvism
404(1)
Ideas and Issues The Birth of Motion Pictures
405(1)
Nonobjective Art
405(3)
Abstraction in Early Modern Sculpture
408(1)
Expressionism
408(1)
Fantasy, Dada, and Surrealism
409(5)
Photography and Film
414(3)
Modern Architecture
417(2)
Wright and Modern Architecture
417(1)
The Bauhaus and the International Style
418(1)
Music and Dance
419(3)
Stravinsky
419(1)
Schoenberg
420(1)
Modern Music-Drama and Opera
420(1)
Modern Music in Soviet Russia and America
421(1)
Modern Dance
421(1)
Afterword
422(1)
Key Topics
422(1)
Modernism Timeline
423(2)
Globalism: The Information Age
425(37)
Postwar Convulsions
426(2)
Existentialism
426(1)
Ideas and Issues Sartre: Man Makes Himself
426(1)
Theater of the Absurd
427(1)
Ideas and Issues Postwar Cinema
427(1)
The Quest for Equality
428(8)
The End of Colonialism
428(1)
The Quest for Racial Equality
429(1)
Ideas and Issues Dark Voices
430(1)
Ideas and Issues White No Longer
431(1)
The Quest for Gender Equality
432(1)
Ideas and Issues De Beauvoir: Woman as ``Other''
433(1)
Ideas and Issues No Female Leonardo
433(1)
Sexual Identity
433(2)
Ethnicity and Identity
435(1)
Science and Philosophy
436(2)
Ideas and Issues Landmarks: The Universe and the Body
436(1)
String Theory and Chaos Theory
437(1)
The Human Genome
437(1)
Language Theory
437(1)
The Information Explosion
438(2)
Ideas and Issues Information Technology Landmarks
439(1)
Postmodernism: Art as Information
439(1)
Literature in the Information Age
439(1)
Art and Architecture
440(14)
Abstract Expressionism
440(1)
Parallels Action Painting: East and West
441(1)
Pop Art
442(2)
Post-Pop Abstraction
444(2)
New Realism
446(1)
Total Art
447(3)
Video Art
450(1)
Computers and the Visual Arts
450(1)
Ideas and Issues Computers and Film
450(1)
Parallels Updating Manet
451(1)
Architecture in the Information Age
452(2)
Music and Dance
454(5)
Cage and Aleatory Music
454(1)
Microtonality and Minimalism
454(1)
Opera and Choral Music
454(1)
Jazz
455(1)
Electronic Music and Computers
456(1)
Rock and Popular Music
457(1)
Dance in the Information Age
458(1)
Beyond the West: China: The ``Great Criticism''
459(1)
Afterword
460(1)
Key Topics
460(1)
Information Age Timeline
461(1)
Glossary 462(5)
Further Reading 467(2)
Literary Credits 469(2)
Picture Credits 471(2)
Index 473


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