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Sources for Frameworks of World History

Volume 2: Since 1400

Lynne Miles-Morillo and Stephen Morillo

Publication Date - January 2014

ISBN: 9780199332281

288 pages
Paperback
7-1/2 x 9-1/4 inches

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Retail Price to Students: $19.95

Description

Each chapter in Sources for Frameworks of World History contains four to six sources--including photographs, graphics, maps, poetry, and cartoons--carefully chosen by coeditors Lynne Miles-Morillo and Stephen Morillo to specifically complement Frameworks of World History. Chapter introductions, headnotes, and reading questions provide context, while a general introduction examines problems and issues in working with and interpreting sources.

About the Author(s)

Lynne Miles-Morillo is on the faculty at Wabash College.

Stephen Morillo holds the Jane and Frederic M. Hadley Chair of History at Wabash College. He is the author of numerous monographs and journal articles and the coauthor of War in World History: Society, Technology and War from Ancient Times to the Present (2008) and Cultural Encounters: Themes and Sources in World History (2005).

Table of Contents

    [Vol. 2]

    14. Innovation and Tradition: 1350-1550
    14.1 Western Europe in Crisis:
    14.1a The Statue of Laborers of 1351
    14.1b Froissart, Chronicles1
    14.2 China at Sea
    14.2a Zheng He, Inscription of World Voyages
    14.2b Ma Huan, Overall Survey of the Ocean Shores
    14.3 Europe at Sea
    14.3a Vasco da Gama, A Journal of the First Voyage
    14.3b Christopher Columbus, Letter
    14.4 Framing Innovation: Giorgio Vasari, Lives of the Artists
    15. The Late Agrarian World I: Networks of Exchange, 1500-1750
    15.1 Tlaxcalan actas
    15.2 Zhang Han, "On Merchants"
    15.3 Antonio Vasquez de Espinosa, Compendium and Description of the West Indies
    15.4 Colonization
    15.4a Richard Hakluyt, A Discourse on Western Planting
    15.4b Robert Clive, Letter to William Pitt the Elder
    16. The Late Agrarian World II: Hierarchies in a Global System, 1500-1750
    16.1 Jahangir, Memoirs
    16.2 Kangxi, "On Ruling", "Valedictory"
    16.3 Peter the Great, Decrees
    16.4 Tokugawa Iemitsu, "Closed Country Edict"
    16.5 Grimmelshausen, Simplex Simplicissimus
    16.6 Nzinga Mbemba, Letters to The King of Portugal
    17. The Late Agrarian World III: Cultural Frames, Cultural Encounters, 1500-1750
    17.1 Hans Staden, Warhaftige Historia
    17.2 Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, The Divine Narcissus
    17.3 Khayr al-Din Ramli, Legal Opinions
    17.4 Oludah Equiano, An Interesting Narrative
    17.5 Francis Bacon, Novum Organum
    18. Late Agrarian Transitions: North Atlantic Revolutions, 1650-1800
    18.1 England
    18.1a The Bill of Rights of 1689
    18.1b John Locke, Second Treatise of Government
    18.2 The United States
    18.2a The Zenger Trial
    18.2b American Declaration of Independence
    18.3 France
    18.3a Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen
    18.3b Olympe de Gouges, Declaration of the Rights of Woman and the Female Citizen
    18.4 Haiti: Toussaint l'Overture, Speeches and Letters on the Haitian Revolution
    19. The Industrial Revolution: Overview, Networks, Economics
    19.1 James Watt, "Patent Application"
    19.2 Testimony before the Sadler Commission
    19.3 Andrew Ure, The Philosophy of Manufactures
    19.4 Karl Marx, The Communist Manifesto
    20. Industrial Hierarchies: Society, State, Culture
    20.1 Samuel Smiles, Self Help
    20.2 Women and Social Change
    20.2a The Ohio Women's Convention of 1850, Resolutions
    20.2b Sarah Stickney Ellis, The Wives of England
    20.3 Heinrich von Treitschke, German History in the Nineteenth Century
    20.4 Romanticism to Expressionism
    20.4a Wordsworth, "She Was a Phantom of Delight"
    20.4b Art "Isms": selected paintings
    21. Imperialism: Structures and Patterns
    21.1 Lin Zexu, Letter to Queen Victoria
    21.2 Justifying Imperialism
    21.2a Jules Ferry, Speech before the French National Assembly
    21.2b Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden"
    21.3 British India
    21.3a Rammohun Roy, Letter to Lord Amherst
    21.3b Dadbhai Naoroji, The Benefits of British Rule
    21.4 George Washington Williams, Open Letter to King Leopold II of Belgium
    22. Imperialism: Reactions and Consequences
    22.1 Japan: Sakuma Shozan, Reflections on My Errors
    22.2 Vietnam: Phan Tan Gian, Letter to Emperor Tu Duc and Last Message to his Administration
    22.3 Ottoman Empire: Sultan Abdul Mejid, Imperial Rescript
    22.4 Russia: Sergei Witte, Secret Memorandum on Industrialization
    22.5 Thailand: King Chulalongkorn, Edicts and Proclamations
    22.6 Henry Cabot Lodge, "The Restriction of Immigration"
    23. 23.1 World War I
    23.1a Ernst Jünger, Storm of Steel
    23.1b Erich Maria Remarque, All Quiet on the Western Front
    23.2 Mexico: Mariano Azuela, The Underdogs
    23.3 USSR: Lenin, What is to be Done?
    23.4 Germany: Adolph Hitler, Mein Kampf
    24. The World in Crisis: 1929 to 1945
    24.1 Franklin Delano Roosevelt, First Inaugural Address
    24.2 Josef Stalin, The Results of the First Five Year Plan
    24.3 Elie Wiesel, Night
    24.4 The Bomb
    24.4a Einstein, Letter to Roosevelt (1939)
    24.4b Szilard Petition (1945)
    25. Crisis Institutionalized and Transformed: 1945 to 1989
    25.1 Jawaharlal Nehru, Speech on the Granting of Indian Independence
    25.2 Mao Zedong, Report
    25.3 Walt Kelly, "Suffern on the Steppes"
    25.4 Vietnam
    25.4a Ho Chi Minh, Vietnamese Declaration of Independence
    25.4b Vo Nguyen Giap, "The People's War"
    26. The Modern Global Network: Environment and Economy since 1970
    26.1 Gaylord Nelson, Speech on the 25th Anniversary of Earth Day
    26.2 Bill McKibben, "Thinking Past Ourselves"
    26.3 World Bank, World Development Indicators
    26.4 Max Barry, Jennifer Government
    26.5 Citizens United vs. Federal Elections Commission
    27. Modern Hierarchies: States, Societies, and Conflicts since 1970
    27.1 Anna Politkovskaya, A Dirty War: A Russian Reporter In Chechnya
    27.2 Anup Shah, "The Arms Trade is Big Business"
    27.3 UN Declaration of Human Rights
    27.4 Osama bin Laden, Declaration of Jihad
    27.5 Global Rights, "Living with Violence: A National Report on Domestic Abuse in Afghanistan"
    28. Networked Frames and Screens: Cultures since 1970
    28.2 Suzanne Romaine, "Preserving Endangered Languages"
    28.4 Cognitive Science, Embodied Cognition
    28.4a Alva Noë, Out of Our Heads
    28.4b Gerd Gigerenzer, Gut Feelings
    28.5 Commodifying the Other: Tourism advertisements

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