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"The Impact of Western Civilization on World History" is a succinct outline of Western history and its affect on the world from the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans to the present. This streamlined textbook makes the case for why students need to know about Western history and civilization and focuses reader attention on major periods and geographical areas. The selected readings cover the ancient world, including Alexander the Great and the Hellenistic period. Subsequent units address the Middle Ages, 18th Century conflicts, the expansion into the West, the two World Wars, and the Cold War and its consequences. Specific topics include Western Christendom, empire building, the Russian Revolution, and the role of the West in a globalized world. The concise presentation highlights critical information and allows for greater retention. Professors and students alike benefit from a textbook that neatly avoids the bulk of traditional books on the topic while still providing foundational knowledge. "The Impact of Western Civilization on World History" is suitable for history and world studies courses. John Scott Parkinson holds a Ph.D. in history with an emphasis on early American history from Miami University-Ohio. Dr. Parkinson is an assistant professor of history at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he teaches courses in American history and the role of the West in the world. He also serves in the Faculty Mentorship Program for the Office of Disabled Student Development. Dr. Parkinson is a past recipient of the university's Excellence in Education Award for his work with the Correctional Educational Program.
Reissue of a novel first published in 1979 in which the head of a multi-national company secretly runs a resistance movement. The Australian author's last book was TThe Ringmaster'.
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A master of American fashion and art photography turns his artistry to capturing--in a series of photograph portraits--the cowboys, roustabouts, drifters, gamblers, bar girls, and others who characterize the modern Western experience

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