Table of contents for Navigating world history : a guide for researchers and teachers / by Patrick Manning.


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Part I. The Evolution of World History
Defining World History
Historical Philosophy, to 1900
Grand Synthesis, 1900-1965
Themes and Analyses, 1965-1990
Organizing a Field, since 1990
Narrating World History
Part II. Revolution in Method
Disciplines
Area Studies
Global Studies Part III. Results of Recent Research
Political and Economic History
Social History
Technology, Ecology, and Health
Cultural History
Debating World History Part IV. Logic of Analysis
Scale in History: Time and Space
Modeling Frameworkds and Strategies
Verifying Historical Interpretations
Analyzing World History
Part V. Habits of Study and Research Development of Graduate Study
The Course of Study
Resources for Researchers and Teachers
Research at the Global Level
Keynotes for Study of World History


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: World history Study and teaching, World history Research