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A clear, compelling, concise rendering of world history that focuses on societal connections
In an age of growing global interconnectedness, an understanding of diverse world cultures and their histories has never been more essential. Revel™ Connections: A World History helps students achieve this understanding with its simple, straightforward narrative that tells the compelling story of the peoples and societies that preceded us and how they shaped the world. The title’s concise chapters feature engaging, readable content that focuses on the central theme of connections among world societies. The 4th Edition features over 100 maps, History 360 interactive experiences, and updated interpretations and learnings throughout.
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Table of contents
PART I: AN AGE OF REGIONAL CONNECTIONS, TO 1650 C.E.
Era One: Emergence and Expansion of Regional Societies, to 300 c.e.
1. The Emergence of Human Societies, to 3000 b.c.e.
2. Early Societies of Africa and West Asia, to 500 b.c.e.
3. Societies and Beliefs of Early India, to 550 c.e.
4. The Origins of the Chinese Empire, to 220 c.e.
5. Early American Societies: Connection and Isolation, 20,000 b.c.e.–1500 c.e.
6. The Persian Connection: Its Impact and Influences, 2000 b.c.e.–637 c.e.
7. Greek Civilization and Its Expansion into Asia, 2000–30 b.c.e.
8. The Romans Connect the Mediterranean World, 753 b.c.e.–284 c.e.
Era Two: Transregional Conflicts and Religious Connections, 200–1200 c.e.
9. Germanic Societies and the Emergence of the Christian West, 100–1100 c.e.
10. The Byzantine World, 284–1240
11. The Origins and Expansion of Islam, 100–750
12. Religion and Diversity in the Transformation of Southern Asia, 711–1400
13. African Societies, 700–1500
14. The Evolution and Expansion of East Asian Societies, 220–1240 c.e.
Era Three: Cross-Cultural Conflicts and Commercial Connections, 1000–1650
15. Nomadic Conquests and Eurasian Connections, 1000–1400
16. The Resurgence of the Christian West, 1050–1530
17. Culture and Conflict in the Great Islamic Empires, 1071–1707
18. The Aztec and Inca Empires, 1300–1550
19. Global Exploration and Global Empires, 1400–1700
PART II. AN AGE OF GLOBAL CONNECTIONS, 1500–PRESENT
Era Four: The Shift from Regional to Global Connections, 1500–1800
20. The West in an Age of Religious Conflict and Global Expansion, 1500–1650
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