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Test bank for Voyages in World History Volume 2 3rd Edition by Valerie Hansen

Test bank for Voyages in World History Volume 2 3rd Edition by Valerie Hansen

The authors of VOYAGES IN WORLD HISTORY never forget that history is made up of the stories of people. Each chapter of the text centers on a story — a travelerβ€˜s account that highlights the bookβ€˜s main theme, the constant movement of people, goods, and ideas. The travelers include merchants, poets, rulers, explorers, soldiers, missionaries, and scholars, and their voyages provide a framework for each chapter that will draw you into the intriguing stories of world history. Special features help you make connections across chapters, societies, and time periods as you explore the people, places, and events crucial to understanding world history and its global context. Available in the following split options: VOYAGES IN WORLD HISTORY, Third Edition Complete, Volume 1: To 1600, and Volume 2: Since 1500.

Additional ISBNs

1305583418, 9781305583412, 9781305982390

Table of Content
IFC
Half Title
Title
Statement
Copyright
Brief Contents
Contents
Maps
Visual Evidence in Primary Sources
Movement of Ideas Through Primary Sources
World History in Today’s World
Preface
About the Authors
Note on Spelling
Ch 15: Maritime Expansion in the World, 1400–1600
Ch 15: Introduction
The Aztec Empire of Mexico, 1325–1519
The Inca Empire, 1400–1532
Intellectual and Geographic Exploration in Europe, 1300–1500
The Iberian Conquest of Mexico, Peru, and Brazil, 1492–1580
The Columbian Exchange
Ch 15: Key Terms
Ch 15: For Further Reference
Ch 16: Maritime Expansion in Afro-Eurasia, 1500–1700
Ch 16: Introduction
Maritime Trade Connections: Europe, the Indian Ocean, and Africa, 1500–1660
Empires of Southern and Eastern Asia, 1500–1660
Eurasian Intellectual and Religious Encounters, 1500–1620
Ch 16: Key Terms
Ch 16: For Further Reference
Ch 17: Religion, Politics, and the Balance of Power in Western Eurasia, 1500–1750
Ch 17: Introduction
Ottoman Power and Safavid Challenge
Religion and Politics in Western Europe
Between East and West: Russians, Jews, and Armenians
The Shifting Balance of Power in Western Eurasia by 1750
Ch 17: Key Terms
Ch 17: For Further Reference
Ch 18: Empires, Colonies, and Peoples of the Americas, 1600–1750
Ch 18: Introduction
The Americas in Global Context: The Spanish Empire, 1600–1700
Brazil, the Dutch, New France, and England’s Mainland Colonies
Comparisons Across the Colonial Americas
Ch 18: Key Terms
Ch 18: For Further Reference
Ch 19: The Atlantic System: Africa, the Americas, and Europe, 1550–1807
Ch 19: Introduction
African History and Afro-Eurasian Connections, 1550–1700
Africa and the Americas: The Plantation Complex
Europe and the Atlantic World, 1650–1807
Abolition of the British Slave Trade, 1772–1807
Ch 19: Key Terms
Ch 19: For Further Reference
Ch 20: Empires in Early Modern 1650–1837
Ch 20: Introduction
The Power of the Qing Dynasty, 1644–1796
The Russian Empire, 1725–1800
India: From Mughal Empire to British Rule, 1650–1833
Tokugawa Japan, 1630–1837
Ch 20: Key Terms
Ch 20: For Further Reference
Ch 21: European Science and the Foundations of Modern Imperialism, 1600–1820
Ch 21: Introduction
From Scientific Revolution to Practical Science, 1600–1800
Measuring and Mapping: Exploration and Imperialism in Africa, India, and the Americas, 1763–1820
Oceania and Australia, 1770–1820
The European Enlightenment, 1700–1800
Ch 21: Key Terms
Ch 21: For Further Reference
Ch 22: Revolutions in the West, 1750–1830
Ch 22: Introduction
Rebellion and Independence in America, 1763–1797
The French Revolution, 1789–1815
The Haitian Revolution, 1791–1804
The Latin American Wars of Independence, 1800–1824
Revolutionary Outcomes and Comparisons to 1830
Ch 22: Key Terms
Ch 22: For Further Reference
Ch 23: The Industrial Revolution and European Politics, 1765–1880
Ch 23: Introduction
The Industrial Revolution: Origins and Global Consequences, 1765–1870
Reform and Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Europe, 1815–1880
New Paradigms of the Industrial Age: Marx and Darwin
Challenges to Reform in the Russian and Ottoman Empires, 1825–1881
Ch 23: Key Terms
Ch 23: For Further Reference
Ch 24: The Challenge of Modernity in China, Japan, and India, 1800–1910
Ch 24: Introduction
China’s World Inverted, 1800–1906
The Rise of Modern Japan, 1830–1905
British India, 1818–1905
Ch 24: Key Terms
Ch 24: For Further Reference
Ch 25: State Building and Social Change in the Americas, 1830–1910
Ch 25: Introduction
Political Consolidation in Canada and the United States
Reform and Reaction in Latin America
The Nineteenth-Century Americas in Perspective
Ch 25: Key Terms
Ch 25: For Further Reference
Ch 26: The New Imperialism in Africa and Southeast Asia, 1830–1914
Ch 26: Introduction
The New Imperialism
Africa and the New Imperialism
The New Imperialism in Southeast Asia, Austronesia, and the Pacific
Case Studies in Imperialism
Ch 26: Key Terms
Ch 26: For Further Reference
Ch 27: War, Revolution, and Global Uncertainty, 1905–1928
Ch 27: Introduction
World War I as Global β€œTotal” War
The Postwar Settlements
Twentieth-Century Revolutions: Mexico, China, and Russia
Emma Goldman on Women’s Rights
Ch 27: Key Terms
Ch 27: For Further Reference
Ch 28: Responses to Global Crisis, 1920–1939
Ch 28: Introduction
The Great Depression, 1929–1939
Fascism, Communism, and Authoritarianism
Authoritarian Regimes in Asia and Latin America
Anticolonial Nationalism in Asia, Africa, and the Caribbean
The Road to War
Ch 28: Key Terms
Ch 28: For Further Reference
Ch 29: The Second World War and the Origins of the Cold War, 1939–1949
Ch 29: Introduction
The Second World War: Battlefields, 1939–1945
Total War and Civilian Life
Origins of the Cold War, 1945–1949
Ch 29: Key Terms
Ch 29: For Further Reference
Ch 30: The Cold War and Decolonization, 1949–1975
Ch 30: Introduction
The Cold War and Revolution, 1949–1962
Spheres of Influence: Old Empires and New Superpowers
A Time of Upheaval, 1966–1974
Ch 30: Key Terms
Ch 30: For Further Reference
Ch 31: Toward a New World Order, 1975–2000
Ch 31: Introduction
The Late Cold War and the Collapse of the Soviet Union, 1975–1991
The Late Cold War in Latin America and Africa: Crisis and Opportunity
Enduring Challenges in the Middle East
Globalization and Its Discontents
Ch 31: Key Terms
Ch 31: For Further Reference
Ch 32: Voyage into the Twenty-First Century
Ch 32: Introduction
Emerging Economic Players
Global Finance: Collapse and Consequences
Global Security
Health and the Environment
Population Movement and Demography
Women’s Leadership and Gender Issues
Ch 32: Key Terms
Ch 32: For Further Reference
Index
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