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Felipe Fernández-Armesto holds the William P. Reynolds Chair of History at the University of Notre Dame. He has master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Oxford, where he spent most of his teaching career, before taking up the Chair of Global Environmental History at Queen Mary College, University of London in 2000, and the Prince of Asturias Chair at Tufts University (2005—9). He is on editorial boards for the History of Cartography for the University of Chicago Press, Studies in Overseas History (Leiden University), Comparative Studies in Society and History, Journeys, and Journal of Global History. Recent awards include the World History Association Book Prize (2007), Spain’s Premio Nacional de GastronomIa (2005, for his work on the history of food), and the Premio Nacional de Investigación (Sociedad Geográfica Española, 2004). He has had many distinguished visiting appointments, including a Fellowship of the Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, and a Union Pacific Visiting Professorship at the University of Minnesota. He won the Caird Medal of the National Maritime Museum in 1995 and the John Carter Brown Medal in 1999 and has honorary doctorates from La Trobe University and the Universidad de los Andes. He has served on the Council of the Hakluyt Society, on the Committee of English PEN, and as Chairman of the PEN Literary Foundation. His work in journalism includes regular columns in the British and Spanish press, and, among many contributions to broadcasting, he is the longest-serving presenter of BBC radio’s flagship current affairs program, Analysis. He has been short-listed for the most valuable literary prize in the U.K.
Table of Contents
PART 5 – THE CRUCIBLE: THE EURASIAN CRISES OF THE THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH CENTURIES 12. The World the Mongols Made: Trans-Eurasian Links 13. The Revenge of Nature: Plague and Cold in the Fourteenth Century 14. Expanding Worlds: Recovery in the Late Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries
PART 6 – CONVERGENCE AND DIVERGENCE, TO CA. 1700 15. Imperial Arenas: New Empires in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries 16. The Ecological Revolution: The Global Redistribution of Life-forms 17. Mental Revolutions: Religion and Science in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries 18. States and Societies: Political and Social Change in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries
PART 7 – GLOBAL ENLIGHTENMENTS, 1700–1800 19. Driven by Growth: The Global Economy in the Eighteenth Century 20. The Age of Global Interaction: Expansion and Intersection of Eighteenth-Century Empires 21. The Exchange of Enlightenments: Eighteenth-Century Thought
PART 8 – THE FRUSTRATIONS OF PROGRESS, TO CA. 1900 22. Replacing Muscle: The Energy Revolutions 23. The Social Mold: Work and Society in the Nineteenth Century 24. Western Dominance in the Nineteenth Century 25. The Changing State: Nineteenth Century Politics PART 9 – CHAOS AND COMPLEXITY: THE WORLD IN THE TWENTIETH AND TWENTY-FIRST CENTURIES 26. The Twentieth-Century Mind: Western Science and the World 27. Order Unraveled: The Trial of Empires, c.1898 – c.1931 28. The Anvil of War: Ideology and Violence, c.1931 – c.1957 29. Paradise Postponed: Cold War between Planned Societies, c.1957 – c.1980 30. World Order and Disorder: Capitalist Convergence and Conflicts of Culture, c.1980 – c.2010 31. The Embattled Biosphere: The Twentieth-Century Environment