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The Early Modern World, 1450-1750
Seeds of Modernity739Ännu ej utkommen – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken boken går att köpa.The Early Modern World, 1450-1750: Seeds of Modernity takes a distinctive approach to global history and enables a holistic view of the world during this period,without prioritizing any one nation or region. It guides students towards an understanding of how different empires, nations, communities and individuals constructed, contested and were touched by major trends and events. Its thematic structure covers politics, technology, economics, the environment and intellectual and religious worldviews. In order to connect global trends and events to human experiences, each chapter is underpinned by a social and cultural history focus, enabling the reader to gain an understanding of the lived human experience and make sense of various perspectives and worldviews. The 'Legacy' feature also discusses connections between early modern history and the contemporary world, looking at how the past is contested or memorialized today. The result is a textbook that helps the 21st-century student gain a rich and nuanced understanding of the global history of the early modern period.
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John C Corbally
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The Early Modern World, 1450-1750: Seeds of Modernity is a really good example of history writing that is fundamentally environmental in its approach, but does not simply see human history as determined by demography. * James Livesey, Vice President: Research and Innovation, NUI Galway, Ireland * An engaging look at yesterday from today's point of view. Teachers will be delighted. * Brendan Dooley, Professor of Renaissance Studies, University College Cork, Ireland *
John C. Corbally is Professor of History at Diablo Valley College, USA, where he teaches World History, Critical Thinking and European History. Following a B.A. in European History and an M.A. in World History from San Francisco State University, Dr Corbally completed a PhD at UC Davis within four years. He taught history and humanities courses at Stanford for five years, and British, Irish, European, and World History at UC Berkeley, UC Davis and Mills College amongst others. Casey J. Sullivan is a lecturer in History at the University of California Davis, USA.
List of Illustrations List of Tables List of Maps Introduction 1. Exploiting Nature: The Early Modern Environment 2. Exploiting People: The Human Environment Interlude: Population Problems 3. State-building with Gunpowder and Gunpower Interlude: Various Power Centers 4. Commerce Without Conscience: Early Modern Economics 5. Dollars and Violence Interlude: Economic Obstinance 6. Criticism and Conformity: Early Modern Minds 7. European Ideas: Early Modern Minds Interlude: New Types of Knowledge 8. Technology in a Maritime Age Epilogue