Mapping the Patterns of World History, Volume Two: Since 1450

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  • Copyright: 3/2/2012
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Stephen Morillo is the Jane and Frederic Hadley Chair in History at Wabash College. He regularly teaches survey courses in world history, world military history, and medieval and early modern history.

Table of Contents

Introductionp. 3
Interactions Across the Globe 1450-1750p. 5
The Global Network
Voyages of Zheng Hep. 6
Voyages of Exploration, 1485-1600p. 7
European Empires and Tradep. 8
Slave Tradep. 9
World Silver Flowsp. 10
Ming Trade and Production Centersp. 11
Tokugawa Urbanizationp. 12
States, Rulers, Cultures
Eurasian Land Empires, ca.1700p. 13
Ming and Manchup. 14
Growth of the Ottoman Empirep. 15
Mughal Expansionp. 16
Russian Expansionp. 17
Reformationsp. 18
American Coloniesp. 19
The Origins of Modernity 1750-1900p. 20
Economic Revolution
Industrialization in Englandp. 21
Industrialization and Railroads in Europep. 22
Industrialization in the USp. 23
World Population Growth and Urbanizationp. 24
Major Population Movements 1500-1914p. 25
Industry and Politics
German Unificationp. 26
Treatment of Native Americansp. 27
Slavery in the United States in 1861p. 28
Industrialization and Urbanization in Japanp. 29
Decline of the Ottoman Empirep. 30
Industrial Imperialism
India: Expansion of British Empirep. 31
China: Foreign Spheres of Influencep. 32
Partition of Africap. 33
Empires and World Tradep. 34
International Investment, 1914p. 35
Adaptations to Modernity Across the Globe 1900-Presentp. 36
World War I and Political Upheaval
World War Ip. 37
Political Settlement of World War Ip. 38
Soviet Union, 1928-39p. 39
Right Wing Dictatorships, 1919-39p. 39
The Great Depression and World War II
Decline in Exportsp. 41
World War II in Europep. 42
Japanese Offensive, 1941-42p. 43
Allied Pacific Offensive, 1942-45p. 44
The Cold War and Decolonization
Chinese Civil War, 1945-49p. 45
Cold War Conflictsp. 46
Decolonization since 1945p. 47
Wars since 1945p. 48
Humans and the Environment
Urbanization of the Worldp. 49
Human Migration sincep. 1918
CO2 emissionsp. 51
Water Pollution since 1960p. 52
Economics and Politics
Distribution of Wealthp. 53
EU Economic Integrationp. 54
US Overseas Trade 1930s-2000sp. 55
Spread of Democracyp. 56
Religious and Ethnic Conflicts 1917-2008p. 57
One Changing World
Women and Right to Votep. 58
Women in Employment 1990sp. 59
Girls in Secondary Education 2007p. 60
Passenger Miles Flown 2003p. 61
Internet users 2007p. 62
GeographyExercisesp. 64
Concept Maps and Exercisesp. 101
Notesp. 118
Indexp. 122
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