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Essays on Twentieth-Century History

by Michael Adas

Part of the Critical Perspectives On The P Series

Essays on Twentieth-Century History Synopsis

Probing the paradoxes of

Essays on Twentieth-Century History Press Reviews

This collection of essays is part of a larger attempt to overturn the problematic periodization of the twentieth century that - at least in the schema of the global narrative - tends to serve as a coda to the nineteenth century... Essays on Twentieth-Century History has considerable value in teaching at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. In both instances, the collection challenges readers to reconsider - or perhaps consider - the significance of the twentieth century in the still-developing narrative of global history. The various essays are accessible, provocative, and with many essays offering essential bibliographies, they represent a starting point for historians and historians in training. The Journal of World History, June 2012

Book Information

ISBN: 9781439902707
Publication date: 28th May 2010
Author: Michael Adas
Publisher: Temple University Press,U.S.
Format: Paperback / softback
Pagination: 350 pages
Categories: General & world history, 20th century history: c 1900 to c 2000,

About Michael Adas

Michael Adas is Abraham E. Voorhees Professor of History and Board of Governor's Chair, Rutgers University at New Brunswick. He is the author of numerous books and articles, including Machines as the Measure of Men, which won the Dexter prize in 1991, and more recently Dominance by Design. He is the co-author (with Peter Stearns and Stuart Schwartz), of World Civilizations: The Global Experience, which is now in its sixth edition.

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