The Development of World Civilization: The Neolithic Age to the Renaissance

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Arthur Kane Scott, M.A., is an author who teaches at several California colleges and universities. He brings a global perspective to his history classes, which cover a wide range of cultures: Asian, Russian, U.S., Western and Islamic. His approach emphasizes the psychological, cultural and artistic expressions of particular peoples and eras.

Textbook(s) for this course: The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Volume I: To 1550
Author: Richard Bulliet, Pamela Crossley, Daniel Headrick, and Steven Hirsch
Publisher: W…

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Arthur Kane Scott, M.A., is an author who teaches at several California colleges and universities. He brings a global perspective to his history classes, which cover a wide range of cultures: Asian, Russian, U.S., Western and Islamic. His approach emphasizes the psychological, cultural and artistic expressions of particular peoples and eras.

Textbook(s) for this course: The Earth and Its Peoples: A Global History, Volume I: To 1550
Author: Richard Bulliet, Pamela Crossley, Daniel Headrick, and Steven Hirsch
Publisher: Wadsworth
Edition: 5th
Publication Year: 2009
ISBN: 1439084742



X19 (3 semester units in History)

Get a comparative study of world civilizations from prehistoric times to the European Renaissance, focusing on spiritual, political, intellectual and artistic developments. Learn about ancient civilizations of Sumer, Egypt, Persia and Greece; the beliefs and social organizations of India, China and Japan; the rise and fall of imperial Rome and China; pre-Columbian America and early-African cultures; the Mongol conquest of Eurasia; medieval culture and the tension between East and West; and the shift toward modernity in the Renaissance.

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