Featuring the one author, one voice approach, this text is ideal for instructors who do not wish to neglect the importance of non-Western perspectives on the study of the past. The book is a brief, affordable presentation providing a coherent examination of the past from ancient times to the present. Religion, everyday life, and transforming moments are the three themes employed to help make the past interesting, intelligible, and relevant to contemporary society.
Table of Contents
List of Tables, Maps, and Charts
List of Illustrations
1. The Beginnings of History and the Ancient Near East
2. Greece and the Mediterranean World, ca. 2000-350 BCE
3. The Hellenistic Age and the Rise of Rome, ca. 350-30 BCE
4. The Roman Empire and the Enduring Legacy of the Ancient World, ca. 30 BCE-500 CE
5. Early Christian Europe, Byzantium, and the Rise of Islam, ca. 410-750
6. The Shaping of Medieval Europe, ca. 750-1100
7. The High Middle Ages, ca. 1000-1300
8. The Crises of the Late Middle Ages, ca. 1300-1500
9. The Renaissance, ca. 1350-1517
10. The Beginnings of European Expansion, ca. 1400-1540
11. The Protestant and Catholic Reformations
12. The Age of European Expansion, ca. 1550-1650
13. Absolutism and Political Revolution in the Seventeenth Century
14. The Scientific Revolution and Changes in Thought and Society in the Seventeenth Century
Epilogue: The Shaping of the Past and the Challenge of the Future
About the Author
Kenneth L. Campbell is Professor of History at Monmouth College, New Jersey.
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