This is Volume I: To 1715 of WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY. Completely revised with your students' success in mind, WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY offers a concise overview of the social and political forces that have shaped the West. In fewer pages than other texts, Hause and Maltby's narrative presents a social history of Western civilization within the essential contexts of major military and political events. The text's strong reliance on primary sources -- excerpts of original documents that flesh out the concepts covered in the narrative, tables and graphs that collect the raw social and economic data of history -- brings the reader right into the pages of history, giving them a fascinating look at the events that have shaped the world in which they live. To help students truly grasp history and succeed in the course, extensive pedagogical support complements Hause and Maltby's WESTERN CIVILIZATION. Within the text, a colorful new design and prominent subheads create a "virtual outline" that lets students quickly locate, read, and review key information. Captivating pedagogy -- an in-text pronunciation guide, critical thinking questions built right into the captions of the tables and graphs, and extensive end-of-chapter review materials -- involves students in the story of the West by getting them to engage with it. WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY, Second Edition is available in the following volume splits: WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY, Second Edition (Chapters 1-32) ISBN: 053462118X WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY, Second Edition, Volume 1: To 1715 (Chapters 1-16) ISBN: 0534621201 WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A HISTORY OF EUROPEAN SOCIETY, Second Edition, Volume II: Since 1550, (Chapters 15-32) ISBN: 0534621228
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Steven C. Hause is Senior Scholar in the Humanities and Co-Director of European Studies at Washington University in St. Louis. He was formerly. Professor of History and Fellow in International Studies at the University of Missouri¿St. Louis, where he has won the Chancellor¿s Award for Excellence in Teaching (1996) and the Pierre Laclede Honors College Teacher of the Year Award (1989). He is the author and co-author of three previous books on the history of the women¿s rights movement in modern France, which have won four research prizes: WOMEN¿S SUFFRAGE AND SOCIAL POLITICS IN THE FRENCH THIRD REPUBLIC, with Anne R. Kenney (Princeton University Press, 1984); HUBERTINE AUCLERT, THE FRENCH SUFFRAGETTE (Yale University Press, 1987); and FEMINISMS OF THE BELLE EPOQUE, with Jennifer Waelti-Walters (University of Nebraska Press, 1994). His essays have appeared in several journals, including AMERICAN HISTORICAL REVIEW AND FRENCH HISTORICAL STUDIES.Review:
(Single volume contains Chapters 1?32, Volume I: To 1715 contains Chapters 1?16, Volume II: Since 1550 contains Chapters 15?32) 1. The Ancient Middle East: Mesopotamia, Egypt, Phoenicia, Israel. 2. Ancient Greece to the End of the Peloponnesian Wars. 3. Greek Culture and Its Hellenistic Diffusion. 4. The Rise of the Roman Republic. 5. Social, Political, and Economic Structures of Imperial Rome. 6. The Origins of Christianity and the Decline of the Roman Empire. 7. Rome?s Successors: Byzantium, Islam, and the Germanic West. 8. The Beginnings of the Feudal Age. 9. Medieval Religion and Thought. 10. Economic Development and Urban Growth in the High Middle Ages. 11. Material and Social Life in the Middle Ages. 12. Plague, War, and Social Change in the "Long" Fourteenth Century. 13. The Renaissance: Political Renewal and Intellectual Change. 14. The Religious Reformations of the Sixteenth Century. 15. Overseas Conquest and Religious War to 1648. 16. Preindustrial Europe: Science, the Economy, and Political Reorganization. 17. The Social and Economic Structure of the Old Regime. 18. Daily Life in the Old Regime. 19. The Political Evolution of the Old Regime, 1715?89. 20. The Culture of Old Regime Europe. 21. The French Revolution and Napoleon, 1789?1815. 22. Industrialization and the Social and Economic Structure of Europe. 23. Daily Life in the Nineteenth Century. 24. The Defense of the Old Regime, 1815?48. 25. Europe in an Age of Nationalism, 1848?70. 26. Europe in the Belle Epoque, 1871?1914. 27. Imperialism, War, and Revolution, 1881?1920. 28. Europe in an Age of Dictatorship, 1919?39 553. 29. Europe in an Age of Total War: World War II, 1939?45. 30. The Social and Economic Structure of Contemporary Europe. 31. Europe in the Age of the Cold War, 1945?75. 32. The New Belle Epoque: Democracy and Prosperity Since 1975.
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Descripción Wadsworth Publishing, 2004. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M0534621201
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