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VOYAGES IN WORLD HISTORY, BRIEF EDITION, Second Edition, masterfully uses the theme of movement−the journeys of peoples, ideas, and goods−to help students make sense of the huge range of people, places, and events throughout history. Each chapter is framed around the story of a person who traveled within the time period and region under discussion. Students can practice being critical readers by evaluating the traveler's observations and attitudes. A primary source feature, “Movement of Ideas,” helps students develop the core skill of analyzing sources by allowing them to compare multiple explanations of significant ideas. This brief text meets the needs of instructors who want a lively narrative style without sacrificing the themes and pedagogy that make world history understandable to students; it is also ideal for instructors who want to supplement a text with many primary sources. Available in the following options: VOYAGES IN WORLD HISTORY, BRIEF EDITION, 2nd Edition (Chapters 1−32); Volume I: To 1600 (Chapters 1−16); Volume II: Since 1500 (Chapters 15−32).
- At the end of every chapter, the authors now make broad connections and offer historical context for the many themes and regions discussed in the chapter. This enhancement addresses professors’ desire for global connections to be more overt for their students, thereby making their comprehension of global history more manageable.
- At the suggestion of reviewers, six travelers have been replaced to freshen the narrative and more effectively illustrate chapter themes and historical events.
- This brief edition meets the needs of instructors who want a lively narrative style without sacrificing the themes and pedagogy that make world history understandable to students. It’s ideal for professors who want to supplement the text with numerous primary sources or whole primary sources.
- The journeys of peoples, ideas, and goods are used to help the reader make sense of the huge range of people, places, and events throughout history. Each chapter centers on a story−a traveler’s account that highlights the book’s main theme, the constant movement of people, goods, and ideas.
- “Movement of Ideas” features include multiple primary source excerpts, both religious and secular, to provide students with contrasting explanations of significant ideas throughout history. They include an introduction and discussion questions to help students understand and analyze the sources presented. Topics include “Doing What Is Right in the Avesta and the Bible” and “Fascism and Youth in the 1930s.”
- Student-friendly pedagogical features include chapter outlines, bolded key terms, and an on-page glossary and pronunciation guide. Also included are chapter opening focus questions and chapter summaries that repeat and discuss the focus questions to help readers grasp the main ideas of the chapters.
- Available separately, MindTap for Voyages in World History brief, second edition, is a personalized, online digital learning platform providing students with an immersive learning experience that builds critical thinking skills. Through a carefully designed chapter-based learning path, MindTap allows students to easily identify the chapter’s learning objectives, complete readings activities organized into short, manageable blocks, and test their content knowledge with Aplia Activities developed for the most important concepts in each chapter.
16. Maritime Expansion in Afro-Eurasia, 1500−1700.
17. Religion, Politics, and the Balance of Power in Western Eurasia, 1500−1750.
18. Empires, Colonies, and Peoples of the Americas, 1600−1750.
19. The Atlantic System: Africa, the Americas, and Europe, 1550−1807.
20. Empires in Early Modern Asia, 1650−1818.
21. European Science and the Foundations of Modern Imperialism, 1600−1820.
22. Revolutions in the West, 1750−1830.
23. The Industrial Revolution and European Politics, 1765−1880.
24. The Challenge of Modernity in China, Japan, and India, 1800−1910.
25. State Building and Social Change in the Americas, 1830−1895.
26. The New Imperialism in Africa and Southeast Asia, 1830−1914.
27. War, Revolution, and Global Uncertainty, 1905−1928.
28. Responses to Global Crisis, 1920−1939.
29. The Second World War and the Origins of the Cold War, 1939−1949.
30. The Cold War and Decolonization, 1949−1975.
31. Toward a New World Order, 1975−2000.
32. Voyage into the Twenty-First Century.
Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.
Instructor's Web Site, Brief
Accessible through Cengage.com/login with your faculty account, this website for instructors features all of the free student assets, plus an Instructor’s Resource Manual (instructional objectives, chapter outlines, lecture suggestions, discussion topics, primary source analysis, and suggested writing assignments) and PowerPoint® presentations that are ready-to-use, visual outlines of each chapter. There are presentations of only lecture or only images, as well as combined lecture and image presentations. Also available is a per chapter JPEG library of images and maps. Additionally, the following test bank format types are available for download from Instructor Companion Site: Blackboard, Angel, Moodle, Canvas, Desire2Learn, and PDF.
Cengage Learning Testing, powered by Cognero Instant Access, Brief
Cengage Learning Testing Powered by Cognero is a flexible, online system that allows you to: author, edit, and manage test bank content from multiple Cengage Learning solutions; create multiple test versions in an instant; deliver tests from your learning management system, your classroom, or wherever you want! Additionally, the following format types are available for download from the Instructor Companion Site: Blackboard, Angel, Moodle, Canvas, Desire2Learn, and PDF. You can import these files directly into your LMS to edit, manage questions, and create tests.