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Global connections : politics, exchange, and social life in world history

Author: John H CoatsworthJuan Ricardo ColeMichael P HanaganPeter C PerdueCharles TillyAll authors
Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The first textbook to present world history via social history, drawing on social science methods and research. This interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and comparative textbook is authored by distinguished scholars and experienced teachers, and offers expert scholarship on global history that is ideal for undergraduate students. Volume 2 takes us from the early modern period to speculation about the world in 2050,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Textbooks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John H Coatsworth; Juan Ricardo Cole; Michael P Hanagan; Peter C Perdue; Charles Tilly; Louise Tilly
ISBN: 9780521191890 0521191890 9780521145183 052114518X 9780521761062 0521761069 9780521145190 0521145198
OCLC Number: 923026124
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
Contents: V. 1. To 1500 --
v. 2. Since 1500.
Responsibility: John Coatsworth, Juan Cole, Michael P. Hanagan, Peter C. Perdue, Charles Tilly, Louise Tilly.

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The first textbook to present world history via social history, drawing on social science methods and research. This interdisciplinary, comprehensive, and comparative textbook is authored by  Read more...
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'Moving beyond the traditional world history narratives focused on empires, countries, or regions, this unique textbook focuses instead on the connections and interactions of empires, city-states, Read more...

 
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