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Volume II: Since 1500
Message: This highly visual, brief text provides and engaging overview of human civilization. The Teaching & Learning Classroom edition of the highly successful Heritage of World Civilizations, Seventh Edition, provides your students with the most help available in reading, thinking about, and applying the material they learn in the text and in the classroom. A series of pedagogical aids, and in-text and additional study resources (as well as complete instructor presentational and assessment support), both make this text the perfect choice for those looking to make history come alive for their students.
Story: Written by leading historians, this is the book that will change the way you feel about history. Prentice Hall developed this text to bring history to your students with more visual appeal than ever. This is the book that they will want to read because it is interesting. They will think about what you’re reading because it has relevance to their life. With this book and the multimedia tools we crafted to accompany it, your students will truly experience history’s dramatic trials and passionate triumphs in a way that adds meaning to their own life. And they will score better on tests because preparation will be easier and less time–consuming than they ever dreamed possible.
19. East Asia in the Late Traditional Era.
20. European State-Building and Worldwide Conflict.
21. European Society Under the Old Regime.
22. The Last Great Islamic Empires (1500-1800).
V. ENLIGHTENMENT AND REVOLUTION IN THE WEST.
23. The Age of European Enlightenment.
24. Revolution in the Transatlantic World.
25. Political Consolidation in Europe and North America 1815-1880.
VI. INTO THE MODERN WORLD.
26. Northern Transatlantic Economy and Society 1815-1914.
27. Latin America from Independence to the 1940's.
28. India: The Islamic Heartlands and Africa: The Encounter with the Modern West (1800-1945).
29. Modern East Asia.
VII. GLOBAL CONFLICT AND CHANGE.
30. Imperialism and World War I.
31. Depression, European Dictators, and the American New Deal.
32. World War II.
33. The West Since World War II.
34. East Asia in the Late Twentieth Century.
35. The Emerging Nations of Africa, Asia, and Latin America Since 1945.