Civilizations of the West: The Human Adventure / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
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The demise of the Soviet empire and the subsequent restructuring of international relations underscore the premise of this book. Our ability to relate to other cultures and peoples demands some understanding of their history and values, and without this understanding there can be no responsible citizenship, no informed judgment, and no effective commitment to seek peace and dignity for all.
|Publisher:||Longman Publishing Group|
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Table of Contents
1. Western Asia and Egypt.
2. The Makings of Greek Civilization.
3. Greek Culture and the Hellenistic World.
4. The Roman Republic.
5. The Roman Empire and the Rise of Christianity.
6. Life in the Roman Empire.
7. Byzantium and Islam.
8. The Rise of Europe .
9. Life and Culture in Medieval Europe.
10. Crisis and Recovery in Europe.
11. New Horizons: The European Renaissance.
12. The Reformation.
13. The Age of Global Encounters.
14. State-Building and Revolution.
15. Early Modern European Society.
16. The Age of Absolutism.
17. Europe's Century of Genius.
18. Europe and the Americas.
19. The Enlightenment.
20. The French Revolution and Napoleon.
21. The Industrial Revolution.
22. The Age of Ideology.
23. The Triumph of Nationalism.
24. Industrial Society and the Liberal Order.
25. The Age of Domination.
26. Culture and Crisis.
27. The Great War.
28. The West and the Totalitarian Challenge.
29. World War II and the Partition of Europe.
30. The Cold War and Beyond.
31. The Contemporary Age.