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-AP World History - StearnsChapter 1 ? From Human Prehistory to the Early CivilizationsI. IntroductionA. Human origin ? 2.5 million years ago1. 1/4000 of earth?s existence ? 24 hour day ? last 5 minutesB. Human negatives and positives1. Aggressiveness, long baby time, back problems, death fears2. Grip, high/regular sex drive, omnivores, facial expressions, speechC. Paleolithic (Old Stone) Age ? 2.5 million to 12000 BCE1. Simple tools ? increase in size, brain capacity ? Homo erectusII. Late Paleolithic DevelopmentsHomo sapiens sapiens ? 120,000 years ago ? killed off others?Population growth required change ? 1 square mile to hunt/gather for 2 peopleLong breast feeding ? limit fertility

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A Comparative Reader

Published by: NYU Press

640 pages, 7.00 x 10.00 in

  • Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780814740484
  • Published: April 2008

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  • Hardcover
  • ISBN: 9780814740477
  • Published: April 2008


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A textbook of primary sources of key events in history that have altered the past

While world history materials date back to prehistoric times, the field itself is relatively young. Indeed, when the first edition of Peter Stearns’s best-selling World History in Documents was published in 1998, world history was poised for explosive growth, with the College Board approving the AP world history curriculum in 2000, and the exam shortly thereafter. At the university level, survey world history courses are increasingly required for history majors, and graduate programs in world history are multiplying in the U.S. and overseas.

World events have changed as rapidly as the field of world history itself, making the long-awaited second edition of World History in Documents especially timely. In addition to including a new preface, focusing on current trends in the field, Stearns has updated forty percent of the textbook, paying particular attention to global processes throughout history. The book also covers key events that have altered world history since the publication of the first edition, including terrorism, global consumerism, and environmental issues.

Introduction: Comparative World Literature
Part I: River Valley Civilizations, 3500–1000 b.c.e., and the Classical Period, 1000 b.c.e.–450 c.e.
Part III: The Early Modern Period, 1450–1750
Part V: The Contemporary Period, 1914–Present