Western Civilization, A Brief History
Marvin Perry’s WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A BRIEF HISTORY, Tenth Edition, maintains a firm grounding in political history, while covering intellectual history (particularly the significance of ideas and contributions) to a greater and deeper extent than any other text for the course. The accessible writing and flexible approach make this abridged version of WESTERN CIVILIZATION: IDEAS, POLITICS, AND SOCIETY an engaging text for instructors and students of the Western Civilization survey course. Updated with recent scholarship, the Tenth Edition retains many popular features, including comparative timelines, full-color art essays, and primary source excerpts in each chapter. New technology resources, including CourseMate with interactive eBook, make learning more engaging and instruction more efficient. Available in the following options: WESTERN CIVILIZATION: A BRIEF HISTORY, Tenth Edition (Chapters 1-22); Volume I: To 1789 (Chapters 1-10); Volume II: From the 1400s (Chapters 8-22).
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The Ancient World Foundation of the West
The Middle Ages The Christian Centuries
The Rise of Modernity From the Renaissance to the Enlightenment
The Modern West Progress and Breakdown
Western Civilization in Crisis World Wars and Totalitarianism
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