Journals Higher Education



Published: 04 November 2013

592 Pages

7-1/2 x 9-1/4 inches

ISBN: 9780199987818

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Frameworks of World History

Networks, Hierarchies, Culture, Volume Two: Since 1350

Stephen Morillo

  • Clear and consistent diagrams show the development of the model over time
  • "Issues in Doing World History" sidebars presents students with key philosophical or methodological issues that historians confront every day
  • "Framing the Argument: Chapter Themes" is a short list of the central ideas covered in the chapter
  • "Framing the Chapter" global maps highlight the key regions discussed in the chapter and show visual evidence that illustrates its themes
  • In the course of each chapter, two or three key ideas are highlighted in the margin in "Principles and Patterns." These are basic tendencies of human societies (principles) or long-term trends of world history (patterns).
  • "Images on the Screen" are photographs of artifacts from different regions that show how different cultures understood their worlds
  • "Frame it Yourself" are brief thought problems, placed at the end of each chapter, that ask students to apply the conceptual tools of the model