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Cutting across disciplinary boundaries, The New Global History offers a fresh, overarching view, which ...
Cutting across disciplinary boundaries, The New Global History offers a fresh, overarching view, which emphasizes that we are now in a global epoch. In this context, the book considers such factors as multinational corporations and organizations, as well as the Cold War. It points to a change in consciousness where morality and humanity are brought to the forefront. This book helps us to place our everyday experience of globalization in the context of scholarly knowledge. The New Global History represents an invaluable blueprint for critical developments in this increasingly relevant field of history.
About the Author:
Bruce Mazlish is Professor of History Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Nature of NGH 1. Globalization Without End: A Framing 2. Onwards and Outwards: A Kind of Revolution. Factors of NGH 3. Cold War and Globalization: Unintended Consequences 4. The Multinational Corporations: Ruling the Globe? 5. The NGOs Movement. Policy and Morality 6. The Hijacking of Global Society 7. The Global and the Local 8. Toward a Higher Morality 9. Global Humanity. Conclusion