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Maps, time and world history

Author: Ross E Dunn; Oregon Public Broadcasting.; Annenberg/CPB.
Publisher: South Burlington, Vt. : Annenberg/CPB, ©2004.
Series: Bridging world history, 1.
Edition/Format:   eVideo : English
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Examines the use of geographical and chronological frameworks in the study of World History. Introduces the themes of the course, fundamental questions of how people and societies through time have experienced both "accelerating integration" as well as "proliferating differences." Discusses how world historians organize their studies through temporal frameworks like periodization, chronology, and sequencing.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Digital video
Streaming multimedia
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
Themes, motives
Material Type: Videorecording, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Ross E Dunn; Oregon Public Broadcasting.; Annenberg/CPB.
OCLC Number: 159978044
Language Note: Closed captioned.
Notes: Video course for high school and college teachers looks at global patterns through time, studying thematic topics in chronological order.
Course includes 26 units, Web activities, and print materials.
Performer(s): Host, Sidney Louie.
Target Audience: Professional.
Details: Mode of access: Windows Media Player, World Wide Web.
Contents: Cartographical constructs --
Units of analysis --
Chronological constructs.
Series Title: Bridging world history, 1.
Other Titles: Cartographical constructs.
Units of analysis.
Chronological constructs.
Responsibility: Oregon Public Broadcasting ; produced by Brian Costello.

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Examines the use of geographical and chronological frameworks in the study of World History. Introduces the themes of the course, fundamental questions of how people and societies through time have experienced both "accelerating integration" as well as "proliferating differences." Discusses how world historians organize their studies through temporal frameworks like periodization, chronology, and sequencing. Historian, Ross Dunn, defines "big history," an approach to world history that examines and includes past events outside of the scope of human history, including biological, climactic, geological, and cosmological developments.

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