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by Mark A. Kishlansky

  • Author: Mark A. Kishlansky
  • ISBN: 0534586899
  • ISBN13: 978-0534586898
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  • Language: English
  • Category: World
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning; 3 edition (March 26, 2002)
  • Pages: 416
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Sources in World History, Volume I ePub download

Mark Kishlansky is Professor of English and European History and Associate Dean of the Faculty at Harvard University. It works very well if you have a world history or world civilization "college" textbook to help fill in some background on the culture, civilization, and society at that time.

Mark Kishlansky is Professor of English and European History and Associate Dean of the Faculty at Harvard University. Before joining the Harvard faculty he taught for sixteen years at the University of Chicago, where he was a member of the Committee on Social Thought.

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Mark Kishlansky (October 11, 1948 – May 19, 2015) was an American historian of seventeenth-century British politics. He was the Frank Baird, Jr. Professor of History at Harvard University. Kishlansky was born in Brooklyn. He completed his undergraduate degree at the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1970. He proceeded to graduate study under David Underdown at Brown University, receiving his . in 1972 and his PhD in 1977

Sources in World History : Readings for World Civilization. by Mark A. Kishlansky.

Sources in World History : Readings for World Civilization. Before joining the Harvard faculty he taught for sixteen years at the University of Chicago, where he was a member of the Committee on Social Thought

Mark Kishlansky is Professor of English and European History and Associate Dean of the Faculty at Harvard University. Professor Kishlansky is a specialist on seventeenth-century English political history and has written, among other works, A MONARCHY TRANSFORMED, THE RISE OF THE NEW MODEL ARMY, and PARLIAMENTARY SELECTION: SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CHOICE IN EARLY MODERN ENGLAND.

Mark Kishlansky Mark Kishlansky is Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of English and European History and Associate Dean of the Faculty at Harvard University

Mark Kishlansky Mark Kishlansky is Frank B. Professor of English and European History and Associate Dean of the Faculty at Harvard University. Before joining the Harvard Faculty he taught for sixteen years at the University of Chicago where he was a member of the Committee on Social Thought. Professor Kishlansky is a specialist on seventeenth-century English political history and has written, among other works, "A Monarchy Transformed, The Rise of the New Model Army and "Parliamentary Selection: Social and Political Choice in Early Modern England

A Brief History of the World. Part I. Professor Peter N. Stearns. THE TEACHING COMPANY ® Peter Saccio.

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Format Paperback 432 pages.

Edited by Mark Kishlansky, this reader is designed to supplement world civilization textbooks and lectures with a rich array of primary source materials. These materials include constitutional documents, political theory, philosophy, imaginative literature, and social description. Opting for longer selections that allow students to gain a deeper sense of authors and their texts, the editor has chosen each selection because of its ability to raise a significant issue around which classroom discussions or lectures can evolve. This reader contains works that are representative of major civilization complexes (Africa, Asia, Latin America, the Islamic world, and Western civilization). It is an ideal complement to Adler, WORLD CIVILIZATIONS, Third Edition; Upshur et al., WORLD HISTORY, Fourth Edition; Duiker/Spielvogel, THE ESSENTIAL WORLD HISTORY; and Duiker/Spielvogel, WORLD HISTORY, Third Edition.