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The human drama : world history

Author: Jean Johnson; Donald Johnson
Publisher: Princeton : Wiener, ©2000-
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Presents the development of humankind across cultures and economies in a global manner. Chronological events are supplemented by thematic ones. The areas covered are the Ancient Middle East, North  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Johnson, Jean, 1934-
Human drama.
Princeton : Wiener, ©2000-
(OCoLC)629195546
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Johnson; Donald Johnson
ISBN: 1558762108 9781558762107 1558762116 9781558762114 9781558762206 1558762205
OCLC Number: 44914166
Description: volumes <1> : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: [1] From the beginning to 500 C.E. --
[3] From 1450 C.E. to the present. Gunpowder empires, 1450-1700 --
Ottoman Empire --
Safavid Empire --
Mughal Empire --
Ming and Qing Empires in China --
Russian Empire --
Development of European nation-states and their worldviews, 1450-1700 --
Europe's worldview expands --
Nation-states grow stronger --
Closing the circle and expanding global interactions, 1500-1700 --
Indian Ocean commercial network --
Europe, the Americas, and Africa compete in the global network --
European colonies in the Americas --
Plantations and slavery form the economic basis of colonial settlements --
Religious encounters in the era of global interaction --
Industrial Revolution, 1770-1850 --
How did the quest for cheap cotton cloth lead to machines? --
Who will industrialize first? --
Industrialization changes the way people live --
Capitalism and its critics --
Era of European colonialism, 1600-1850 --
Dutch in Southeast Asia --
British in India --
European influence expands --
Taste revolution --
Rebellions and revolutions, 1775-1850 --
Intellectual background of the revolutionary era --
American Revolution --
French Revolution --
Haitian Revolution --
Congress of Vienna and the spread of revolutions in Latin America. On the road to modernity, 1820-1914 --
Industrialization spreads --
Scientific discoveries and cross-cultural encounters challenge and enrich existing beliefs --
National rivalries intensify as new nations are formed.
Responsibility: Jean Elliott Johnson and Donald James Johnson.

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