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The source for world history - narrative and primary sources in one book

Ways of the World is one of the most successful and innovative new textbooks for world history in recent years. This 2-in-1 textbook and reader includes a brief-by-design narrative that is truly global and focuses on significant historical trends, themes, and developments in world history. Author Robert W. Strayer, a pioneer in the world history movement with years of classroom experience, provides a thoughtful and insightful synthesis that helps students see the big picture. Following each chapter's narrative are collections of primary written and visual sources organized around a particular theme, issue, or question so that students can consider the evidence the way historians do. The second edition rolls out Bedford/St. Martin's new digital history tools, including LearningCurve, an adaptive quizzing engine that garners over a 90% student satisfaction rate, and LaunchPad, the all new interactive e-book and course space that puts high quality easy-to-use assessment at your fingertips. Easy to integrate into your campus LMS, and featuring video, additional primary sources, a wealth of adaptive and summative quizzing, and more, LaunchPad cements student understanding of the text while helping them make progress toward learning outcomes. It's the best content joined up with the best technology. Also available in number of affordable print and digital editions, including an edition without sources.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780312583484
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's
  • Publication date: 10/26/2012
  • Edition description: Second Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 704
  • Sales rank: 58,772
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert W. Strayer (PhD, University of Wisconsin) taught African, Soviet, and world history for many years at SUNY College at Brockport, where he received Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching and for Excellence in Scholarship. In 1998 he was visiting professor of world and Soviet history at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Since 2002, he has taught world history at the University of California, Santa Cruz; California State University, Monterey Bay; and Cabrillo College. His scholarship includes work in African history (Kenya: Focus on Nationalism, 1975; The Making of Mission Communities in East Africa, 1978); Soviet history (Why Did the Soviet Union Collapse?,1998;  The Communist Experiment, 2007) and World History (The Making of the Modern World, 1988, 1995; Ways of the World, 2009, 2011). He is a long-time member of the World History Association and served on its Executive Committee.

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Table of Contents


Versions and Supplements


Special Features

Working with Primary Sources

Prologue: From Cosmic History to Human History

The History of the Universe

The History of a Planet 

The History of the Human Species… in a Single Paragraph

Why World History?  

Comparison, Connection, and Change: The Three Cs of World History

Snapshot: A History of the Universe as a Cosmic Calendar 

Part One: First Things First: Beginnings in History, to 500 b.c.e.

The Big Picture

Turning Points in Early World History 

  The Emergence of Humankind

  The Globalization of Humankind

  The Revolution of Farming and Herding

  The Turning Point of Civilization

  A Note on Dates

  *Mapping Part One

1 Chapter One: First Peoples; First Farmers: Most of History in a Single Chapter, To 4000 b.c.e.

Out of Africa to the Ends of the Earth: First Migrations 

  Into Eurasia 

  Into Australia

  Into the Americas 

  Into the Pacific

The Ways We Were

  The First Human Societies 

  Economy and the Environment 

  The Realm of the Spirit 

  Settling Down: The Great Transition

Breakthroughs to Agriculture

  Common Patterns 


The Globalization of Agriculture

  Triumph and Resistance 

  The Culture of Agriculture

Social Variation in the Age of Agriculture

  Pastoral Societies 

  Agricultural Village Societies 


Reflections: The Uses of the Paleolithic

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance 

  Big Picture Questions 

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Paleolithic Era in Perspective

*Portrait: Ishi, The Last of His People

Considering the Evidence

*Visual and Documentary Sources: History before Writing: How Do We Know?

  Document: A Paleolithic Woman in the Twentieth Century: Nisa: The Life and Words of an !Kung Woman, 1969-1976

  Visual Sources: Lascaux Rock Art

  Women, Men, and Religion in Çatalhüyük

  Otzi the Iceman 


Using the Evidence

2 First Civilizations: Cities, States, and Unequal Societies, 3500 b.c.e.–500 b.c.e.

Something New: The Emergence of Civilizations

  Introducing the First Civilizations

  The Question of Origins

  An Urban Revolution

The Erosion of Equality

  Hierarchies of Class

  Hierarchies of Gender

  Patriarchy in Practice

The Rise of the State

  Coercion and Consent

  Writing and Accounting

  The Grandeur of Kings

Comparing Mesopotamia and Egypt

  Environment and Culture

  Cities and States

  Interaction and Exchange

Reflections: "Civilization": What’s in a Word?

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Writing in Ancient Civilizations

*Portrait: Paneb of Egypt

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Life and Afterlife in Mesopotamia and Egypt

  2.1—In Search of Eternal Life: The Epic of Gilgamesh, ca. 2700 B.C.E.–2500 b.c.e.

  2.2—Law and Justice in Ancient Mesopotamia: The Law Code of Hammurabi, ca. 1800 b.c.e.

  2.3—The Afterlife of a Pharaoh: A Pyramid Text, 2333 b.c. e.

  2.4—A New Basis for Egyptian Immortality: Book of the Dead, ca. 1550-1064 b.c.e.

  2.5—The Occupations of Old Egypt: Be a Scribe, ca. 2066-1650 b.c.e.

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: Indus Valley Civilization

  A Seal from the Indus Valley

  Man from Mohenjo Daro

  Dancing Girl

Using the Evidence

Part Two: Second Wave Civilizations in World History, 500 b.c.e.–500 c.e.

The Big Picture

After the First Civilizations: What Changed and What Didn’t?

  Continuities in Civilization

  Changes in Civilization

Snapshot: World Population during the Age of Agricultural Civilization

  *Mapping Part Two

3 State and Empire in Eurasia/North Africa, 500 b.c.e.–500 c.e.

Empires and Civilizations in Collision: The Persians and the Greeks

  The Persian Empire

  The Greeks

  Collision: The Greco-Persian Wars

  Collision: Alexander and the Hellenistic Era

Comparing Empires: Roman and Chinese

  Rome: From City-State to Empire

  China: From Warring States to Empire

  Consolidating the Roman and Chinese Empires

  The Collapse of Empires

Intermittent Empire: The Case of India

Reflections: Enduring Legacies of Second-Wave Empires

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Distinctive Features of Second-Wave Eurasian Civilizations

*Portrait: Trung Trac, Resisting the Chinese Empire

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Political Authority in Second Wave Civilizations

  3.1—In Praise of Athenian Democracy: Pericles, Funeral Oration, 431-430 b.c.e.

  3.2—In Praise of the Roman Empire: Aelius Aristides, The Roman Oration, 155 c.e.

  3.3—Governing a Chinese Empire: The Writings of Master Han Fei, third century b.c.e.

  3.4—Governing an Indian Empire: Ashoka, The Rock Edicts, ca. 268-232 b.c.e.

Using the Evidence

  *Visual Sources: Representing Political Authority

  Bihustun Inscription

  Harmodius and Aristogeiton

  Qin Shihuangdi Funerary Complex


Using the Evidence

4 Culture and Religion in Eurasia/North Africa, 500 b.c.e.–500 c.e.

China and the Search for Order

  The Legalist Answer

  The Confucian Answer

  The Daoist Answer

Cultural Traditions of Classical India

  South Asian Religion: From Ritual Sacrifice to Philosophical Speculation

  The Buddhist Challenge

  Hinduism as a Religion of Duty and Devotion

Moving toward Monotheism: The Search for God in the Middle East



The Cultural Tradition of Classical Greece: The Search for a Rational Order

  The Greek Way of Knowing

  The Greek Legacy

The Birth of Christianity…with Buddhist Comparisons

  The Lives of the Founders

  The Spread of New Religions

  Institutions, Controversies, and Divisions

Reflections: Religion and Historians

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Thinkers and Philosophies of the Second-Wave Era

*Portrait: Perpetua, Christian Martyr

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: The Good Life in Eurasian Civilizations

  4.1—Reflections from Confucius: Confucius, The Analects, ca. 479-221 b.c.e.

  4.2—Reflections from the Hindu Scriptures: Bhagavad Gita, ca. fifth to second century b.c.e.

  4.3—Reflections from Socrates: Plato, Apology, ca. 399 b.c.e.

  4.4—Reflections from Jesus: The Gospel of Matthew, ca. 70-100 c.e.

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: Representations of the Buddha

  Footprints of the Buddha

  A Gandhara Buddha

  A Bodhisattva of Compassion: Kannon of 1,000 Arms

  The Chinese Maitreya Buddha

Using the Evidence

5 Society and Inequality in Eurasia/North Africa, 500 b.c.e.–500 c.e.

Society and the State in China

  An Elite of Officials

  The Landlord Class



Class and Caste in India

  Caste as Varna

  Caste as Jati

  The Functions of Caste

Slavery: The Case of the Roman Empire

  Slavery and Civilization

  The Making of Roman Slavery

  Resistance and Rebellion

Comparing Patriarchies

  A Changing Patriarchy: The Case of China

Contrasting Patriarchies in Athens and Sparta

Reflections: Arguing with Solomon and the Buddha

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Social Life and Duty in India

*Portrait: Ge Hong, a Chinese Scholar in Troubled Times

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Patriarchy and Women’s Voices

  5.1—A Chinese Woman’s Instructions to Her Daughters: Ban Zhao, Lessons for Women, Late First century c.e.

  5.2—An Alternative to Patriarchy in India: Psalms of the Sisters, First Ccentury b.c.e.

  5.3—Roman Women in Protest: Livy, History of Rome, Late First Century b.c.e. to Early First Century c.e.

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: Pompeii as a Window on the Roman World

  Terentius Neo and His Wife

  A Pompeii Banquet

  Scenes in a Pompeii Tavern

  A Domestic Shrine

  Mystery Religions: The Cult of Dionysus

Using the Evidence

6 Commonalities and Variations: Africa and the Americas, 500 b.c.e.–1200 c.e.

Continental Comparisons

African Civilizations

  Meroë: Continuing a Nile Valley Civilization

  Axum: The Making of a Christian Kingdom

  Along the Niger River: Cities without States

Civilizations of Mesoamerica

  The Maya: Writing and Warfare

  Teotihuacán: The Americas’ Greatest City

Civilizations of the Andes

  Chavín: A Pan-Andean Religious Movement

  Moche: A Civilization of the Coast

  Wari and Tiwanaku: Empires of the Interior

Alternatives to Civilization: Bantu Africa

  Cultural Encounters

  Society and Religion

Alternatives to Civilization: North America

  The Ancestral Pueblo: Pit Houses and Great Houses

  Peoples of the Eastern Woodlands: The Mound Builders

Reflections: Deciding What’s Important: Balance in World History

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Continental Population in the Second-Wave Era

*Portrait: Piye, Kushite Conqueror of Egypt

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Axum and the World

  6.1—A Guidebook to the World of Indian Ocean Commerce: The Periplus of the Erythraean Sea, First Century c.e.

  6.2—The Making of an Axumite Empire: Inscription on a Stone Throne, Second or Third century c.e.

  6.3—The Coming of Christianity to Axum: Rufinus, On the Evangelization of Abyssinia, Late Fourth Century c.e.

  6.4—Axum and the Gold Trade: Cosmas, The Christian Topography, Sixth Century c.e.

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: Art and the Maya Elite

  Shield Jaguar and Lady Xok: A Royal Couple of Yaxchilan

  The Presentation of Captives

  A Bloodletting Ritual

  The Ball Game

Using the Evidence

Part Three: An Age of Accelerating Connections, 500–1500

The Big Picture

Defining a Millennium

  Third-Wave Civilizations: Something New, Something Old, Something Blended

  The Ties That Bind: Transregional Interaction in the Third Wave Era

  *Mapping Part Three

7 Commerce and Culture, 500–1500

Silk Roads: Exchange across Eurasia

  The Growth of the Silk Roads

  Goods in Transit

  Cultures in Transit

  Disease in Transit

Sea Roads: Exchange across the Indian Ocean

  Weaving the Web of an Indian Ocean World

  Sea Roads as a Catalyst for Change: Southeast Asia

  Sea Roads as a Catalyst for Change: East Africa

Sand Roads: Exchange across the Sahara

  Commercial Beginnings in West Africa

  Gold, Salt, and Slaves: Trade and Empire in West Africa

An American Network: Commerce and Connection in the Western Hemisphere

Reflections: Economic Globalization—Ancient and Modern

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Economic Exchange along the Silk Roads

Snapshot: Economic Exchange in the Indian Ocean Basin

*Portrait: Thorfinn Karlsefni, Viking Voyager

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Travelers’ Tales and Observations

  7.1—A Chinese Buddhist in India: Huili, A Biography of the Tripitaka Master and Xuanzang, Record of the Western Region, Seventh Century c.e.

  7.2—A European Christian in China: Marco Polo, The Travels of Marco Polo, 1299

  7.3—A Arab Muslim in West Africa: Ibn Battuta, Travels in Asia and Africa, 1354

Using the Evidence

  *Visual Sources: Traveling the Silk Road

  Silk Road Merchants Encounter Bandits

  A Stop at a Caravanserai

  A Buddhist Monk on the Silk Road

  Greek Culture, Buddhism, and the Kushans

  Islam, Shamanism, and the Turks

Using the Evidence

8 China and the World: East Asian Connections, 500–1300

Together Again: The Reemergence of a Unified China

  A "Golden Age" of Chinese Achievement

  Women in the Song Dynasty

China and the Northern Nomads: A Chinese World Order in the Making

  The Tribute System in Theory

  The Tribute System in Practice

  Cultural Influence across an Ecological Frontier

Coping with China: Comparing Korea, Vietnam, and Japan

  Korea and China • Vietnam and China • Japan and China

China and the Eurasian World Economy

  Spillovers: China’s Impact on Eurasia

  On the Receiving End: China as Economic Beneficiary

China and Buddhism

  Making Buddhism Chinese

  Losing State Support: The Crisis of Chinese Buddhism

Reflections: Why Do Things Change?

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


*Snapshot: Chinese Technological Achievements

*Portrait: Izumi Shikibu, Japanese Poet and Lover

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: The Making of Japanese Civilization

  8.1—Japanese Political Ideals: Shotoku, The Seventeen Article Constitution, 604

  8.2—The Uniqueness of Japan: Kitabatake Chikafusa, The Chronicle of the Direct Descent of Gods and Sovereigns, 1339

  8.3—Social Life at Court: Sei Shonagon, Pillow Book, ca. 1000

  8.4—The Way of the Warrior: Shiba Yosimasa, Advice to Young Samurai, ca. 1400 and Imagawa Ryoshun, The Imagawa Letter, 1412

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: The Leisure Life of China’s Elites

  A Banquet with the Emperor

  At Table with the Empress

  A Literary Gathering

  An Elite Night Party

Using the Evidence

9 The Worlds of Islam: Afro-Eurasian Connections, 600–1500

The Birth of a New Religion

  The Homeland of Islam

  The Messenger and the Message

  The Transformation of Arabia

The Making of an Arab Empire

  War, Conquest, and Tolerance


  Divisions and Controversies

  Women and Men in Early Islam

Islam and Cultural Encounter: A Four-Way Comparison

  The Case of India

  The Case of Anatolia

  The Case of West Africa

  The Case of Spain

The World of Islam as a New Civilization

  Networks of Faith

  Networks of Exchange

Reflections: Past and Present: Choosing Our History

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Key Achievements in Islamic Science and Scholarship

*Portrait: Mansa Musa, West African Monarch and Muslim Pilgrim

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Voices of Islam

  9.1—The Voice of Allah: The Quran, Seventh Century c.e.

  9.2—The Voice of the Prophet Muhammad: The Hadith, Eighth and Ninth centuries

  9.3—The Voice of the Law: The Sharia, ninth century

  9.4—The Voice of the Sufis: Inscription on Rumi’s Tomb, Thirteenth Century, Rumi, Poem, Thirteenth Century, and Rumi, Mathnawi, Thirteenth Century

Using the Evidence

  *Visual Sources: The Life of the Prophet

  Muhammad and the Archangel Gabriel

  The Night Journey of Muhammad

  The Battle at Badr

  The Destruction of the Idols

Using the Evidence

10 The Worlds of Christendom: Contraction, Expansion, and Division, 500–1300

Christian Contraction in Asia and Africa

  Asian Christianity

  African Christianity

Byzantine Christendom: Building on the Roman Past

  The Byzantine State

  The Byzantine Church and Christian Divergence

  Byzantium and the World

  The Conversion of Russia

Western Christendom: Rebuilding in the Wake of Roman Collapse

  Political Life in Western Europe, 500–1000

  Society and the Church, 500–1000

  Accelerating Change in the West, 1000–1300

  Europe Outward Bound: The Crusading Tradition

The West in Comparative Perspective

  Catching Up

  Pluralism in Politics

  Reason and Faith

Reflections: Remembering and Forgetting: Continuity and Surprise in the Worlds of Christendom

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


*Snapshot: European Borrowing

*Portrait: Cecilia Penifader, An English Peasant and Unmarried Woman

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: The Making of Christian Europe

  10.1—The Conversion of Clovis: Gregory of Tours, History of the Franks, Late Sixth Century

  10.2—Advice on Dealing with "Pagans": Pope Gregory, Advice to the English Church, 603

  10.3—Charlemagne and the Saxons: Charlemagne, Capitulary on Saxony, 785

  10.4— The Persistence of Tradition: Willibald, Life of Boniface, ca. 760 and 10.5— The Leechbook, Tenth Century

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: Reading Byzantine Icons

  Christ Pantokrator

  The Nativity

  Ladder of Divine Ascent

Using the Evidence

11: Pastoral Peoples on the Global Stage: The Mongol Moment, 1200–1500

Looking Back and Looking Around: The Long History of Pastoral Nomads

  The World of Pastoral Societies

  Before the Mongols: Pastoralists in History

Breakout: The Mongol Empire

  From Temujin to Chinggis Khan: The Rise of the Mongol Empire

  Explaining the Mongol Moment

Encountering the Mongols: Comparing Three Cases

  China and the Mongols

  Persia and the Mongols

  Russia and the Mongols

The Mongol Empire as a Eurasian Network

  Toward a World Economy

  Diplomacy on a Eurasian Scale

  Cultural Exchange in the Mongol Realm

  The Plague: An Afro-Eurasian Pandemic

Reflections: Changing Images of Nomadic Peoples

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Varieties of Pastoral Societies

*Portrait, Khutulun, A Mongol Wrestler Princess

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: Perspectives on the Mongols

  11.1—Mongol History from a Mongol Source: The Secret History of the Mongols, ca. 1240

  11.2—A Letter from Chinggis Khan: Chinggis Khan, Letter to Changchun, 1219

  11.3—A Russian View of the Mongols: The Chronicle of Novgorod, 1238

  11.4—Chinese Perceptions of the Mongols: Epitaph for the Honorable Menggu, 1274

Using the Evidence

  Visual Sources: The Black Death and Religion in Western Europe

  The Flagellants

  Burying the Dead

  A Culture of Death

  In the Face of Catastrophe—Questioning or Affirming the Faith Using the Evidence

12 The Worlds of the Fifteenth Century

The Shapes of Human Communities

  Paleolithic Persistence: Australia and North America

  Agricultural Village Societies: The Igbo and the Iroquois

  Herding Peoples: Central Asia and West Africa

Civilizations of the Fifteenth Century: Comparing China and Europe

  Ming Dynasty China

  European Comparisons: State Building and Cultural Renewal

  European Comparisons: Maritime Voyaging

Civilizations of the Fifteenth Century: The Islamic World

  In the Islamic Heartland: The Ottoman and Safavid Empires

  On the Frontiers of Islam: The Songhay and Mughal Empires

Civilizations of the Fifteenth Century: The Americas

  The Aztec Empire

  The Inca Empire

Webs of Connection

A Preview of Coming Attractions: Looking Ahead to the Modern Era, 1500–2012

Reflections: What If? Chance and Contingency in World History

Second Thoughts

  What’s the Significance?

  Big Picture Questions

  Next Steps: For Further Study


Snapshot: Major Developments around the World in the Fifteenth Century

Snapshot: World Population Growth, 1000–2000

*Portrait: Zheng He, China's Non-Chinese Admiral

Considering the Evidence

  Documents: The Aztecs and the Incas through Spanish Eyes

  12.1—Diego Duran on the Aztecs: King Moctezuma I, Laws, Ordinances and Regulations, ca. 1450 and Diego Duran, Book of the Gods and Rites, 1574-1576

  12.2— Pedro de Cieza de Léon on the Incas: Pedro de Cieza de Léon, Chronicles of the Incas, ca. 1550

Using the Evidence

  *Visual Sources: Islam and Renaissance Europe

  Gentile Bellini, Portrait of Mehmed II

  The Venetian Ambassador Visits Damascus

  Aristotle and Averroes

  St. George Baptizes the Pagans of Jerusalem

  Giovanni da Modena, Muhammad in Hell

Using the Evidence 




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