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Overview

A History of World Societies introduces students to the global past through social history and the stories and voices of the people who lived it.  Now published by Bedford/St. Martin's, and informed by the latest scholarship, the book has been thoroughly revised with students in mind to meet the needs of the evolving course.  Proven to work in the classroom, the book’s regional and comparative approach helps students understand the connections of global history while providing a manageable organization.  With more global connections and comparisons, more documents, special features and activities that teach historical analysis, and an entirely new look, the ninth edition is the most teachable and accessible edition yet.

 

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312666934
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
  • Publication date: 10/5/2011
  • Edition description: Ninth Edition
  • Edition number: 9
  • Pages: 728
  • Sales rank: 99,074
  • Product dimensions: 8.52 (w) x 10.74 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

John P. McKay (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley) is professor emeritus at the University of Illinois. He has written or edited numerous works, including the Herbert Baxter Adams Prize-winning book Pioneers for Profit: Foreign Entrepreneurship and Russian Industrialization, 1885-1913 and Tramways and Trolleys: The Rise of Urban Mass Transport in Europe
 
Bennett D. Hill (Ph.D., Princeton), late of the University of Illinois, published English Cistercian Monasteries and Their Patrons in the Twelfth Century, Church and State in the Middle Ages, and numerous articles and reviews, and was one of the contributing editors to The Encyclopedia of World History. A Benedictine monk of St. Anselm's Abbey in Washington, D.C., he was also a visiting professor at Georgetown University.
 
John Buckler (Ph.D., Harvard University) taught history at the University of Illinois.  His published books include Theban Hegemony, 371-362 B.C., Philip II and the Sacred War, and Aegean Greece in the Fourth Century B.C.. With Hans Beck, he most recently published Central Greece and the Politics of Power in the Fourth Century.

 

Patricia B. Ebrey (Ph.D., Columbia University), Professor of History at the University of Washington in Seattle, specializes in China. She has published numerous journal articles and The Cambridge Illustrated History of China, as well as numerous monographs.  In 2010 she won the Shimada Prize for outstanding work of East Asian Art History for Accumulating Culture: The Collections of Emperor Huizong.

 

Roger B. Beck (Ph.D., Indiana University) is Distinguished Professor of African and twentieth-century world history at Eastern Illinois University. His publications include The History of South Africa, a translation of P. J. van der Merwe's The Migrant Farmer in the History of the Cape Colony, 1657-1842, and more than seventy-five articles, book chapters, and reviews. He is a former treasurer and Executive Council member of the World History Association.

 

 Clare Haru Crowston (Ph.D., Cornell University) teaches at the University of Illinois, where she is currently associate professor of history. She is the author of Fabricating Women: The Seamstresses of Old Regime France, 1675-1791, which won the Berkshire and Hagley Prizes. She edited two special issues of the Journal of Women's History, has published numerous journal articles and reviews, and is a past president of the Society for French Historical Studies.
 
Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks (Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison) taught first at Augustana College in Illinois, and since 1985 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where she is currently UWM Distinguished Professor in the department of history. She is the coeditor of the Sixteenth Century Journal and the author or editor of more than twenty books, most recently The Marvelous Hairy Girls: The Gonzales Sisters and Their Worlds and Gender in History. She is the former Chief Reader for Advanced Placement World History.

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Table of Contents

16 THE ACCELERATION OF GLOBAL CONTACT, 1450–1600

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The Afroeurasian Trade World

The Trade World of the Indian Ocean

Peoples and Cultures of the Indian Ocean

Trade with Africa and the Middle East

Genoese and Venetian Middlemen

The European Voyages of Discovery

Causes of European Expansion

Technology and the Rise of Exploration

The Portuguese in Africa and Asia

Spain’s Voyages to the Americas

Spain “Discovers” the Pacific

Early Exploration by Northern European Powers

Conquest and Settlement

Spanish Conquest of the Aztec and Inca Empires

Portuguese Brazil

Colonial Administration

Indigenous Population Loss and Economic Exploitation

Patterns of Settlement

The Era of Global Contact

The Columbian Exchange

Sugar and Early Transatlantic Slavery

The Birth of the Global Economy

Changing Attitudes and Beliefs

Religious Conversion

European Debates About Indigenous Peoples

New Ideas About Race

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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Mapping the Past Overseas Exploration and Conquest in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

Listening to the Past Columbus Describes His First Voyage

Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

Individuals in Society Doña Marina/Malintzin

Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

Viewpoints 16.1 Christian Conversion in New Spain 

Quiz for Viewpoints 16.1 LaunchPad

Picturing the Past Mixed Races 

Global Trade Silver

Quiz for Global Trade LaunchPad

Viewpoints 16.2 Two Views of “Natural Man” 

Quiz for Viewpoints 16.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 16 LaunchPad

Document 16-1: World Map, 1502 LaunchPad

Document 16-2:  Christopher Columbus, Letter from the Third Voyage, 1493 LaunchPad

Document 16-3:   Theodore de Bry, Columbus at Hispaniola, ca. 1590 LaunchPad

Document 16-4:  Bernal Diaz del Castillo, From The True History of the Conquest of New Spain,
1568 LaunchPad

Document 16-4: The Spanish Conquest of Mexica, From The Florentine Codex, ca. 1577-1580 LaunchPad

Chapter 16 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

17 THE ISLAMIC WORLD POWERS, 1300–1800

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The Turkish Ruling Houses: The Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals

The Expansion of the Ottoman Empire 

The Ottoman Empire’s Use of Slaves

The Safavid Empire in Persia

The Mughal Empire in India

Cultural Flowering

The Arts

City and Palace Building

Gardens

Intellectual Advances and Religious Trends

Coffeehouses and Their Social Impact

Non-Muslims Under Muslim Rule

Shifting Trade Routes and European Penetration

European Rivalry for Trade in the Indian Ocean

Merchant Networks in the Islamic Empires

From the British East India Company to the British Empire in India

Political Decline

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Mapping the Past The Ottoman Empire at Its Height, 1566

   Individuals in Society Hürrem

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 17.1 Jahangir and Louis XIV on Priorities for Monarchs

   Quiz for Viewpoints 17.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Coffee Drinking

   Listening to the Past Katib Chelebi on Tobacco

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 17.2 Ottoman Travelers in Muslim Lands

   Quiz for Viewpoints 17.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 17 LaunchPad

Document 17-1:   Sultan Selim I, From a Letter to Shah Ismail of Persia, 1514 LaunchPad

Document 17-2:   Antonio Monserrate, From The Commentary of Father Monserrate, ca. 1580
LaunchPad

Document 17-3:   Babur and His Architect Plan the Bagh-i-Wafa, ca. 1590 LaunchPad

Document 17-4:   Tulsi the Elder and Madhu the Younger, Akbar Inspects the Construction of Fatehpur-Sikri, ca. 1590-1598 LaunchPad

Document 17-5:   Nuruddin Salim JAHANGIR, From Memoirs of Jahangir, ca. 1580–1600 LaunchPad

Chapter 17 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

18 EUROPEAN POWER AND EXPANSION, 1500–1750

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The Protestant and Catholic Reformations

The Protestant Reformation

The Catholic Reformation

Religious Violence

Seventeenth-Century Crisis and Rebuilding

The Social Order and Peasant Life

Famine and Economic Crisis

The Thirty Years’ War

European Achievements in State-Building

Absolutist States in Western and Central Europe

Spain

The Foundations of French Absolutism

Louis XIV and Absolutism

Expansion Within Europe

The Economic Policy of Mercantilism

The Austrian Habsburgs

The Absolutist Palace

Constitutionalism and Empire in England and the Dutch Republic

Religious Divides and Civil War

The Puritan Protectorate

Constitutional Monarchy

The Dutch Republic

Colonial Expansion and Empire

The Dutch Trading Empire

Colonial Empires of England and France

Mercantilism and Colonial Wars

People Beyond Borders

The Russian Empire

Mongol Rule in Russia and the Rise of Moscow

Building the Russian Empire

Peter the Great and Russia’s Turn to the West

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Viewpoints 18.1 Descriptions of Louis XIV of France and the Kangxi Emperor of China

   Quiz for Viewpoints 18.1 LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past Europe After the Peace of Utrecht, 1715

   Viewpoints 18.2 The Debate over the Extent of Royal Power in England

   Quiz for Viewpoints 18.2 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past The Young Scholar and His Wife

   Individuals in Society Glückel of Hameln

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past A German Account of Russian Life

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 18 LaunchPad

Document 18-1:  Jacques-Benigne Bossuet, On Divine Right, ca. 1675–1680 LaunchPad

Document 18-2:   John Locke, From Two Treatises of Government, 1690 LaunchPad

Document 18-3: The English Parliament, The Bill of Rights, 1689 LaunchPad

Document 18-4:   Duc de Saint-Simon, From Memoirs of Louis XIV, ca. 1730–1755 LaunchPad

Document 18-5:   Catherine II of Russia, Two Decrees, 1762, 1765 LaunchPad

Chapter 18 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

19 NEW WORLDVIEWS AND WAYS OF LIFE, 1540–1790

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The Scientific Revolution

Why Europe?

Scientific Thought to 1550

Astronomy and Physics

Newton’s Synthesis

Natural History and Empire

Magic and Alchemy

Important Changes in Scientific Thinking and Practice

The Methods of Science

Medicine, the Body, and Chemistry

Science and Religion

Science and Society

The Enlightenment

The Early Enlightenment

The Influence of the Philosophes

Cultural Contacts and Race

The International Enlightenment

Enlightened Absolutism and Its Limits

Economic Change and the Atlantic World

Economic and Demographic Change

The Atlantic Economy

Urban Life and the Public Sphere

Culture and Community in the Atlantic World

The Atlantic Enlightenment

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Viewpoints 19.1 Jean-Jacques Rousseau and Mary Wollstonecraft on Women’s Nature
   and Education

   Quiz for Viewpoints 19.1 LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 19.2 Malachy Postlethwayt and Olaudah Equiano on the Abolition of Slavery

   Quiz for Viewpoints 19.2 LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past Denis Diderot’s “Supplement to Bougainville’s Voyage”

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Enlightenment Culture

   Individuals in Society Moses Mendelssohn and the Jewish Enlightenment

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past The Partition of Poland, 1772–1795 

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 19 LaunchPad

Document 19-1:  Francis Bacon, From The Great Restoration, 1623 LaunchPad

Document 19-2:  Peter the Great and Gottfried Leibniz, On the Improvement of Arts and Sciences, ca. 1712–1718 LaunchPad

Document 19-3: Takyuddin and Other Astronomers at the Galata Observatory, ca. 1581 LaunchPad

Document 19-4:  Voltaire, From Dictionnaire Philosophique, 1764 LaunchPad

Document 19-5:  Immanuel Kant, What is Enlightenment? 1784 LaunchPad

Chapter 19 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

20 AFRICA AND THE WORLD, 1400–1800

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

West Africa in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

The West Coast: Senegambia and Benin

The Sudan: Songhai, Kanem-Bornu, and Hausaland

The Lives of the People of West Africa

Trade and Industry

Cross-Cultural Encounters Along the East African Coast

Muslim and European Incursions in Ethiopia, ca. 1500–1630

The Swahili City-States and the Arrival of the Portuguese, ca. 1500–1600

The African Slave Trade

The Institution of Slavery in Africa

The Transatlantic Slave Trade

Impact on African Societies

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Mapping the Past West African Societies, ca. 1500–1800

   Viewpoints 20.1 European Descriptions of Timbuktu and Jenne

   Quiz for Viewpoints 20.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Chinese Porcelain Plates

   Listening to the Past Duarte Barbosa on the Swahili City-States

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Global Trade Slaves

   Quiz for Global Trade LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Olaudah Equiano

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 20.2 Perspectives on the Slave Trade

   Quiz for Viewpoints 20.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 20 LaunchPad

Document 20-1:  Olfert Dapper, King Alvaro I of Kongo Receiving the Dutch Ambassadors,
1668 LaunchPad

Document 20-2:  Osei Bonsu, An Asante King Questions British Motives in Ending the Slave Trade, 1820 LaunchPad

Document 20-3: Anna Maria Falconbridge, From Narrative of Two Voyages to the River Sierra Leone, 1794  LaunchPad

Document 20-4: Olaudah Equiano, From The Interesting Narrative of Olaudah Equiano, 1789 LaunchPad

Document 20-5:  Transportation of Slaves in Africa, ca. 1800-1900 LaunchPad

Chapter 20 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

21 CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN EAST ASIA, 1400–1800

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Ming China, 1368–1644

The Rise of Zhu Yuanzhang and the Founding of the Ming Dynasty

Problems with the Imperial Institution

The Mongols and the Great Wall

The Examination Life

Everyday Life in Ming China

Ming Decline

The Manchus and Qing China, to 1800

The Rise of the Manchus

Competent and Long-Lived Emperors

Imperial Expansion

Japan’s Middle Ages, ca. 1400–1600

Muromachi Culture

Civil War

The Victors: Nobunaga and Hideyoshi

The Tokugawa Shogunate, to 1800

Tokugawa Government

Commercialization and the Growth of Towns

The Life of the People in the Edo Period

Maritime Trade, Piracy, and the Entry of Europe into the Asian Maritime Sphere

Zheng He’s Voyages

Piracy and Japan’s Overseas Adventures

Europeans Enter the Scene

Christian Missionaries

Learning from the West

The Shifting International Environment in the Eighteenth Century

Chapter Summary

Connections

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   Individuals in Society Tan Yunxian, Woman Doctor

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 21.1 Zhang Dai, Engelbert Kaempfer, and Thomas Platter on Urban Amusements

   Quiz for Viewpoints 21.1 LaunchPad
 
   Mapping the Past The Qing Empire, ca. 1800

   Viewpoints 21.2 Chinese and Japanese Financial Advice

   Quiz for Viewpoints 21.2 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Interior View of a Theater

   Listening to the Past Keinen’s Poetic Diary of the Korea Campaign

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 21 LaunchPad

Document 21-1:  The Viceroy of Canton Giving an Audience to Commodore Anson, 1748 LaunchPad

Document 21-2:  Engelbert Kaempfer, From History of Japan, 1727 LaunchPad

Document 21-3:  Kaibara Ekiken and Kaibara Tōken, Common Sense Teachings for Japanese Children and Greater Learning for Women, ca. 1700 LaunchPad

Document 21-4:  A Japanese Sake Brewer’s Female Antipollution Pass, ca. 1603–1868 LaunchPad

Document 21-5: Li Ruzhen, From Flowers in the Mirror, 1827 LaunchPad

Chapter 21 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

22 REVOLUTIONS IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD, 1775–1825

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

Background to Revolution

Social Change

Demands for Liberty and Equality

The Seven Years’ War

The American Revolutionary Era, 1775–1789

The Origins of the Revolution

Independence from Britain

Framing the Constitution

Limitations of Liberty and Equality

Revolution in France, 1789–1791

Breakdown of the Old Order

The National Assembly

Constitutional Monarchy

The National Convention

The Directory

Napoleon’s Europe, 1799–1815

Napoleon’s Rule of France

Napoleon’s Expansion in Europe

The Grand Empire and Its End

The Haitian Revolution, 1791–1804

Revolutionary Aspirations in Saint-Domingue

The Outbreak of Revolt

The War of Haitian Independence

Revolution in the Spanish Empire

The Origins of the Revolutions Against Colonial Powers

Resistance, Rebellion, and Independence

The Aftermath of Revolution in the Atlantic World

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Listening to the Past Abbé Sieyès, “What Is the Third Estate?”

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 22.1 The Question of Jewish Citizenship in France

   Quiz for Viewpoints 22.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Contrasting Visions of the Sans-Culottes

   Mapping the Past Napoleonic Europe in 1812

   Individuals in Society Toussaint L’Ouverture

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 22.2 Declarations of Independence

   Quiz for Viewpoints 22.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 22 LaunchPad

Document 22-1: The Declaration of the Rights of Man, 1789 LaunchPad

Document 22-2: Olympe de Gouges, From the Declaration of the Rights of Woman, 1791 LaunchPad

Document 22-3: Maximilien Robespierre, Revolutionary Speech, February 5, 1794 LaunchPad

Document 22-4:  François Dominique Toussaint L’Ouverture, Letter to the French National Assembly, 1797 LaunchPad

Document 22-5: The Haitian Declaration of Independence, 1804 LaunchPad

Chapter 22 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

23 THE REVOLUTION IN ENERGY AND INDUSTRY, 1760–1850

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The Industrial Revolution in Britain

Why Britain?

Technological Innovations and Early Factories

The Steam Engine Breakthrough

Steam-Powered Transportation

Industry and Population

Industrialization in Europe and the World

National and International Variations

Industrialization in Continental Europe

Agents of Industrialization

The Global Picture

New Patterns of Working and Living

Work in Early Factories

Working Families and Children

The Sexual Division of Labor

Living Standards for the Working Class

Relations Between Capital and Labor

The New Class of Factory Owners

Responses to Industrialization

The Early Labor Movement in Britain

The Impact of Slavery

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Individuals in Society Josiah Wedgwood

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past Continental Industrialization, ca. 1850

   Viewpoints 23.1 Indian Cotton Manufacturers

   Quiz for Viewpoints 23.1 LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 23.2 Women’s Role in Industrialized Europe

   Quiz for Viewpoints 23.2 LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past The Testimony of Young Mine Workers

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Ford Maddox Brown, Work

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 23 LaunchPad

Document 23-1: Thomas Robert Malthus, From an Essay on the Principle of Population, 1798 LaunchPad

Document 23-2:  Robert Owen, From Observations on the Effect of the Manufacturing System, 1815 LaunchPad

Document 23-3:  Testimonies Before Parliamentary Committees on Working Conditions in England, 1832, 1842 LaunchPad

Document 23-4: An Incident During the Sikh Wars, ca. 1850 LaunchPad

Document 23-5: The Treaty of Balta-Liman, August 16, 1838 LaunchPad

Chapter 23 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

24 IDEOLOGIES OF CHANGE IN EUROPE, 1815–1914

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

A Conservative Peace Gives Way to Radical Ideas

The Political and Social Situation after 1815

Conservatism After 1815

Liberalism and the Middle Class

The Growing Appeal of Nationalism

The Birth of Socialism

Reforms and Revolutions, 1815–1850

Social and Economic Conflict

Liberal Reform in Great Britain

Revolutions in France

The Revolutions of 1848 in Central Europe

Nation Building in Italy, Germany, and Russia

Cavour, Garibaldi, and the Unification of Italy

Bismarck and German Unification

The Modernization of Russia

Urban Life in the Age of Ideologies

Urban Development

Social Inequality and Class

The Changing Family

Science for the Masses

Cultural Shifts

Nationalism and Socialism, 1871–1914

Trends in Suffrage

The German Empire

Republican France

Great Britain and the Austro-Hungarian Empire

Jewish Emancipation and Modern Anti-Semitism

The Socialist Movement

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Mapping the Past Europe in 1815

   Viewpoints 24.1 Different Views on Nationalism

   Quiz for Viewpoints 24.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past The Triumph of Democratic Republics

   Individuals in Society Giuseppe Garibaldi

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past Stefan Zweig on Middle-Class Youth and Sexuality

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 24.2 Socialist and Anti-Socialist Perspectives

   Quiz for Viewpoints 24.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 24 LaunchPad

Document 24-1:  Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels, From The Communist Manifesto, 1848 LaunchPad

Document 24-2: Johann Gottlieb Fichte, Address to the German Nation, 1808 LaunchPad

Document 24-3:  Max Nordau, On Zionism, 1905 LaunchPad

Document 24-4:  Eugène Delacroix, Liberty Leading the People, 1830 LaunchPad

Document 24-5:  Beatrice Webb, From My Apprenticeship, 1926 LaunchPad

Chapter 24 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

25 AFRICA, THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE, AND THE NEW IMPERIALISM, 1800–1914

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

Africa: From the Slave Trade to European Colonial Rule

Trade and Social Change

Islamic Revival and Expansion in Africa

The Scramble for Africa, 1880–1914

Southern Africa in the Nineteenth Century

Colonialism’s Impact After 1900

The New Imperialism, 1880–1914

Causes of the New Imperialism

A “Civilizing Mission”

Critics of Imperialism

African and Asian Resistance

The Islamic Heartland Under Pressure

Decline and Reform in the Ottoman Empire

Egypt: From Reform to British Occupation

The Expanding World Economy

The Rise of Global Inequality

The World Market

The Great Global Migration

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Picturing the Past Pears’ Soap Advertisement

   Mapping the Past The Partition of Africa

   Viewpoints 25.1 The Congo Free State

   Quiz for Viewpoints 25.1 LaunchPad
 
   Viewpoints 25.2 African Views of the Scramble for Africa

   Quiz for Viewpoints 25.2 LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past A French Leader Defends Imperialism 

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Muhammad Ali

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Global Trade Indigo

   Quiz for Global Trade LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 25 LaunchPad

Document 25-1: Sultan Abdul Mejid, Imperial Rescript, 1856 LaunchPad

Document 25-2:  Cecil Rhodes, From Confession of Faith, ca. 1877 LaunchPad

Document 25-3:  Ndansi Kumalo, On the British Incursion in Zimbabwe, 1932 LaunchPad

Document 25-4:  John Mensa Sarbah, Fanti Customary Law, 1897 LaunchPad

Document 25-5: Roger Casement and David Engohahe, Victims of Belgian Congo Atrocities, ca. 1904-1905 LaunchPad

Chapter 25 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

26 ASIA AND THE PACIFIC IN THE ERA OF IMPERIALISM, 1800–1914

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

India and the British Empire in Asia

The Evolution of British Rule

The Socioeconomic Effects of British Rule

The British and the Indian Educated Elite

Competition for Southeast Asia

The Dutch East Indies

Mainland Southeast Asia

The Philippines

China Under Pressure

The Opium War

Internal Problems

The Self-Strengthening Movement

Republican Revolution

Japan’s Rapid Transformation

The “Opening” of Japan

The Meiji Restoration

Industrialization

Japan as an Imperial Power

The Pacific Region and the Movement of People

Settler Colonies in the Pacific: Australia and New Zealand

Asian Emigration

The Countries of Asia in Comparative Perspective

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Viewpoints 26.1 Rammohun Roy and Thomas Babington Macauley on Education for Indians

   Quiz for Viewpoints 26.1 LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past Asia in 1914

   Individuals in Society José Rizal

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 26.2 Chinese and British Efforts to Reduce Infant Deaths

   Quiz for Viewpoints 26.2 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Japan’s First Skyscraper

   Listening to the Past Fukuzawa Yukichi, “Escape from Asia” 

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 26 LaunchPad

Document 26-1: Lin Zexu, From a Letter to Queen Victoria, 1839 LaunchPad

Document 26-2: Two Proclamations of the Boxer Rebellion, 1898, 1900 LaunchPad

Document 26-3: Mohandas Gandhi, “Indian Home Rule,” 1909 LaunchPad

Document 26-4: Sir Henry Montgomery Lawrence, Letter to Lieutenant-Governor J. Colvin, June 13, 1857 LaunchPad

Document 26-5:   Sun Yatsen, On the Three People’s Principles and the Future of the Chinese People, 1906 LaunchPad

Chapter 26 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

27 THE AMERICAS IN THE AGE OF LIBERALISM, 1810–1910

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

New Nations

Liberalism and Caudillos in Spanish America

Mexico and the United States

Liberal Reform in Mexico

Brazil: A New World Monarchy

Slavery and Abolition

Slave Societies in the Americas

Independence and Abolition

Abolition in Cuba and Brazil

Export-Led Growth

The Porfiriato and Liberal Stability in Mexico

Liberal Consolidation in South America

Latin America Re-enters the World Economy

Immigration

Immigration to Latin America

Immigration to the United States

Immigration to Canada

A New American Empire

U.S. Intervention in Latin America

The Spanish-American War

The Panama Canal

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Viewpoints 27.1 Mexican and American Perspectives on the U.S.-Mexican War

   Quiz for Viewpoints 27.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Slaves Sold South from Richmond, 1853

   Mapping the Past Abolition in the Americas

   Viewpoints 27.2 The Abolition of Slavery, from Above and Below

   Quiz for Viewpoints 27.2 LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Henry Meiggs, Promoter and Speculator

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past Reyita Castillo Bueno on Slavery and Freedom in Cuba

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 27 LaunchPad

Document 27-1: Simón Bolívar, Jamaica Letter, 1815 LaunchPad

Document 27-2:  Alexis de Tocqueville, From Democracy in America, 1840 LaunchPad

Document 27-3:  Angelina Grimke, Letters to Catherine Beecher, 1838 LaunchPad

Document 27-4:  Harriet Beecher Stowe, Uncle Tom’s Cabin, 1852 LaunchPad

Document 27-5:  Advertisement for Rail Travel to Canada, 1885 LaunchPad

Chapter 27 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

28 WORLD WAR AND REVOLUTION, 1914–1929

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The First World War, 1914–1918

Origins and Causes of the Great War

The Outbreak of War

Stalemate and Slaughter

The War Becomes Global

The Home Front

Mobilizing for Total War

The Social Impact of War

Growing Political Tensions

The Russian Revolution

The Fall of Imperial Russia

The Provisional Government

Lenin and the Bolshevik Revolution

Dictatorship and Civil War

The War’s Consequences

The End of the War

The Paris Peace Treaties

American Rejection of the Versailles Treaty

The Search for Peace and Political Stability, 1919–1929

Germany and the Western Powers

Hope in Foreign Affairs

Hope in Democratic Government

The Age of Anxiety

Uncertainty in Philosophy and Religion

The New Physics

Freudian Psychology

Twentieth-Century Literature

Modern Architecture, Art, and Music

Movies and Radio

Chapter Summary

Connections

Review and Explore

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   Viewpoints 28.1 Poetry of the Great War

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   Listening to the Past The Experience of War

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   Individuals in Society Vera Brittain

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past “Never Forget!”

   Viewpoints 28.2 Russian Views of War and Revolution

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   Mapping the Past Territorial Changes in Europe After World War I

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 28 LaunchPad

Document 28-1:  Correspondence of Evelyn and Fred Albright, 1917 LaunchPad

Document 28-2:  Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, All Power to the Soviets!, 1917 LaunchPad

Document 28-3:  Les Trois Grands Ouvriers Du Monde Nouveau, February 1, 1919 LaunchPad

Document 28-4:  German Delegation to the Paris Peace Conference, On the Conditions of Peace,
1919 LaunchPad

Document 28-5:  Konoe Fumimaro, Against a Pacifism Centered on England and America, 1918 LaunchPad

Chapter 28 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

 
29 NATIONALISM IN ASIA, 1914–1939

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The First World War’s Impact on Nationalist Trends

Asian Reaction to the War in Europe

The Mandates System

Nationalism’s Appeal

Nationalist Movements in the Middle East

The Arab Revolt

The Turkish Revolution

Modernization Efforts in Persia and Afghanistan

Gradual Independence in the Arab States

Arab-Jewish Tensions in Palestine

Toward Self-Rule in India

British Promises and Repression

The Roots of Militant Nonviolence

Gandhi’s Resistance Campaign in India

Nationalist Struggles in East and Southeast Asia

The Rise of Nationalist China

China’s Intellectual Revolution

From Liberalism to Ultranationalism in Japan

Japan Against China

Striving for Independence in Southeast Asia

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   Mapping the Past The Partition of the Ottoman Empire, 1914–1923

   Listening to the Past Resolution of the General Syrian Congress at Damascus

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   Viewpoints 29.1 Gandhi and Mao on Revolutionary Means

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   Picturing the Past The Fate of a Chinese Patriot

   Individuals in Society Ning Lao, a Chinese Working Woman

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Viewpoints 29.2 Nationalism in Vietnam and Turkey

   Quiz for Viewpoints 29.2 LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 29 LaunchPad

Document 29-1:  Mary L. Graffam, An Account of Turkish Violence Against Armenians, 1915
LaunchPad

Document 29-2:  Arthur Dames Balfour, Debating the Balfour Declaration, 1917 LaunchPad

Document 29-3:  Sarojini Naidu, The Agony and Shame of the Punjab, 1920 LaunchPad

Document 29-4:  Jiang Jieshi, The New Life Movement, 1934 LaunchPad

Document 29-5:  King Vajiravudh, On the Siamese Nation, 1914, 1917, 1920 LaunchPad

Chapter 29 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

30 THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND WORLD WAR II, 1929–1945

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The Great Depression, 1929–1939

The Economic Crisis

Mass Unemployment

The New Deal in the United States

The European Response to the Depression

Worldwide Effects

Authoritarian States

Conservative Authoritarianism

Radical Totalitarian Dictatorships

Stalin’s Soviet Union

From Lenin to Stalin

The Five-Year Plans

Life and Culture in Soviet Society

Stalinist Terror and the Great Purges

Mussolini and Fascism in Italy

The Seizure of Power

The Regime in Action

Hitler and Nazism in Germany

The Roots of Nazism

Hitler’s Road to Power

The Nazi State and Society

Hitler’s Popularity

Aggression and Appeasement, 1933–1939

The Second World War, 1939–1945

Hitler’s Empire in Europe, 1939–1942

The Holocaust

Japan’s Asian Empire

The Grand Alliance

The War in Europe, 1942–1945

The War in the Pacific, 1942–1945

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   Picturing the Past British Conservative Party Poster, 1931
 
   Viewpoints 30.1 Becoming a Socialist

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   Viewpoints 30.2 Hitler, Mussolini, and the Great War

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   Individuals in Society Primo Levi

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past World War II in the Pacific

   Listening to the Past Ultranationalist Pamphlet for Japanese Students

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Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 30 LaunchPad

Document 30-1:  Field Office of the Works Progress Administration, ca. 1935 LaunchPad

Document 30-2:  The Nuremberg Laws: The Centerpiece of Nazi Racial Legislation, 1935 LaunchPad

Document 30-3:  Letters to Izvestiya: On the Issue of Abortion, 1936 LaunchPad

Document 30-4:  Harry S. Truman, White House Press Release on Hiroshima, August 6, 1945
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Document 30-5:  Toshiko Saeki, Interview with a Survivor of Hiroshima, 1986 LaunchPad

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31 DECOLONIZATION, REVOLUTION, AND THE COLD WAR, 1945–1968

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The World Remade

The Cold War and the Division of Europe

The United Nations

The Politics of Liberation

Dependency and Development Theories

Interpreting the Postcolonial Experience

Nationalism in South Asia and the Middle East

Independence in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh

Arab Socialism in the Middle East

The Arab-Israeli Conflict

Revolution and Resurgence in East and Southeast Asia

The Communist Victory in China

Conflict in Korea

Japan’s American Reconstruction

The Vietnam War

Decolonization in Africa

The Growth of African Nationalism

Ghana Shows the Way

French-Speaking Regions

Revolutionary Pathways in Latin America

Economic Nationalism in Mexico

Populism in Argentina and Brazil

Communist Revolution in Cuba

The Limits of Postwar Prosperity

The Soviet Union Struggles to Move Beyond Stalin

Western Europe’s Postwar Challenge

America’s Economic Boom and Civil Rights Revolution

The World in 1968

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   Viewpoints 31.1 Modernization, Dependency, and Development

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   Picturing the Past Communist China Poster Art
 
   Viewpoints 31.2 Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson, and the Vietnam War

   Quiz for Viewpoints 31.2 LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past Decolonization in Africa, 1947 to the Present

   Listening to the Past C. L. R. James on Pan-African Liberation

   Quiz for Listening to the Past LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Eva Perón

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 31 LaunchPad

Document 31-1:  U.N. General Assembly, Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, 1960 LaunchPad

Document 31-2: Pablo Neruda, From Canto General, 1950 LaunchPad

Document 31-3: Harry S. Truman, The Truman Doctrine, 1947 LaunchPad

Document 31-4:  Nikita Khrushchev, On the Personality Cult and its Consequences, 1956 LaunchPad

Document 31-5:  Erich Honecker and Fidel Castro, 1974 LaunchPad

Chapter 31 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

32 LIBERALIZATION, 1968–2000s

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Oil Shocks and Liberalization

The OPEC Oil Embargo

Mexico Under the PRI

Nigeria, Africa’s Giant

War and Revolution in the Middle East

The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict

Egypt: Arab World Leader

Revolution and War in Iran and Iraq

Latin America: Dictatorship, Debt, and Democratization

Civil Wars in Central America

Boom and Bust in Chile

The Dirty War in Argentina

Development and Dictatorship in Brazil

Resistance to White Rule in Southern Africa

Portuguese Decolonization and Rhodesia

South Africa Under Apartheid

Political Change in Africa Since 1990

Growth and Development in Asia

China’s Economic Resurgence

“Japan, Inc.” and the “Asian Tigers”

Development Versus Democracy in India and Pakistan

The End of the Cold War

The Limits of Reform in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe

Recasting Russia Without Communism

Integration and Reform in Europe

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   Global Trade Oil

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   Mapping the Past Abrahamic Religions in the Middle East and Surrounding Regions

   Viewpoints 32.1 The Struggle for Freedom in South Africa

   Quiz for Viewpoints 32.1 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Tiananmen Square, 1989

   Viewpoints 32.2 Dissidents Aung San Suu Kyi and Liu Xiaobo 

   Quiz for Viewpoints 32.2 LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Václav Havel 

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Listening to the Past A Solidarity Leader Speaks from Prison

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Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 32 LaunchPad

Document 32-1:  Museo de la Memoria, Cordoba, Argentina, ca. 2000 LaunchPad

Document 32-2:  National Party of South Africa, The National Party’s Colour Policy, 1948 LaunchPad

Document 32-3:  Nelson Mandela, The Rivonia Trial Speech to the Court, 1964 LaunchPad

Document 32-4:  Deng Xiaoping, Build Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, 1984 LaunchPad

Document 32-5:  Male Japanese Citizens, “Íkigai,” 2003 LaunchPad

Chapter 32 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

33 THE CONTEMPORARY WORLD IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE

Guided Reading Activity LaunchPad

The End of History?

Complexity and Violence in a Multipolar World

An Expanding Atomic Age

Al-Qaeda and Afghanistan

Global Circulation and Exchange

Migration

Urbanization

Multinational Corporations

Social Movements

Environmentalism

Lesbian, Gay, and Transgender Rights

Women’s Right to Equality

Children: The Right to Childhood

Science and Technology: Changes and Challenges

Intensified Agriculture and the Green Revolution

Slowing Population Growth

The Medical Revolution

A Digital Revolution

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   Global Trade Arms

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   Viewpoints 33.1 George W. Bush, Osama bin Laden, and the 9/11 Attacks

   Quiz for Viewpoints 33.1 LaunchPad

   Individuals in Society Sieng, a Mnong Refugee in an American High School

   Individuals in Society Online Document Project LaunchPad

   Mapping the Past The Global Distribution of Wealth, ca. 2010

   Listening to the Past A Brazilian Band on Globalization 

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   Viewpoints 33.2 Women Activists in Chiapas, Mexico 

   Quiz for Viewpoints 33.2 LaunchPad

   Picturing the Past Protest Against Genetically Modified Foods 

Documents from Sources for World Societies, Chapter 33 LaunchPad

Document 33-1: John Yoo, Memoranda Regarding U.S. Military Interrogations, 2002, 2003 LaunchPad

Document 33-2: Giacomo Maturi , The Integration of the Southern Labor Force and its Specific Adaptation Problems, 1961  LaunchPad

Document 33-3: Heidelberg Manifesto, 1982 LaunchPad

Document 33-4: Betty Friedan, Statement of Purpose of the National Organization of Women, 1966 LaunchPad

Document 33-5: Jonas Bendiksen, “New Settlement”: A Slum in Caracas, Venezuela, ca. 2000 LaunchPad

Chapter 33 Summative Quiz LaunchPad

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