5 edition of Claim-making and large-scale historical processes in the late twentieth century found in the catalog.
Claim-making and large-scale historical processes in the late twentieth century
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Written in English
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The chapters address the most important issues explored by contemporary world historians. These broadly fall into four categories: conceptions of the global past, themes in world history, processes of world history, regions in world history.
Critics heralded the first two volumes A History of the Twentieth Century as "masterly" (Boston Globe) and "deft", illuminating, and fascinating" (Henry Kissenger).
Now, the final work in Martin Gilbert's magisterial and acclaimed three-volume history brilliantly charts the course of the twentieth century's last five decades. Here are gripping narrative accounts of the wars in Korea, Vietnam.
The developments in reading pedagogy over the last century suggested that it is most useful to divide the century into thirds, roughly –, –, and – This division yields two periods of enormous intellectual and curricular activity (the first and third) and a relatively quiet period at mid-century.
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The 20th century was the century of nationalism, mass democracy, large-scale industrialism, and developments in communication and information technology beyond the reach of any 19th-century imagination so far as magnitude is concerned. The history of the book has its roots in bibliography, librarianship, and the intersections of social, cultural, and material history.
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Critically assessing the historical accuracy of this claim, Martin and Holloway suggest that nostalgia for a barrier lost in fact tells us more about the emergence of an autonomous and agential fetus and dramatic changes in norms regulating women’s conduct during pregnancy in the late twentieth by: The last twenty years of the twentieth century witnessed a momentous shift in economic power and commercial activity from the Atlantic to the Pacific region, making Japan the second largest national economy in the world.To investigate the history of marketing practice, scholars often turn to a method known as periodisation.
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