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|Table of Contents||1. The Peopling of the World, to 4000 B.C.E. 2. The First Complex Societies in the Eastern Mediterranean, ca. 4000−550 B.C.E. 3. Ancient India and the Rise of Buddhism, 2600 B.C.E.−100 C.E. 4. Blueprint for Empire: China, 1200 B.C.E.−220 C.E. 5. The Americas and the Islands of the Pacific, to 1200 C.E. 6. New Empires in Iran and Greece, 2000 B.C.E.−651 C.E. 7. The Roman Empire and the Rise of Christianity, 509 B.C.E.−476 C.E. 8. Hindu and Buddhist States and Societies in Asia, 100−1000. 9. Islamic Empires of Western Asia and Africa, 600−1258. 10. The Multiple Centers of Europe, 500−1000. 11. Expanding Trade Networks in Africa and India, 1000−1500. 12. China’s Commercial Revolution, ca. 900−1276. 13. Europe’s Commercial Revolution, 1000−1400. 14. The Mongols and Their Successors, 1200−1500. 15. Maritime Expansion in the Atlantic World, 1400−1600. 16. Maritime Expansion in Afro-Eurasia, 1500−1700. 17. Religion, Politics, and the Balance of Power in Western Eurasia, 1500−1750. 18. Empires, Colonies, and Peoples of the Americas, 1600−1750. 19. The Atlantic System: Africa, the Americas, and Europe, 1550−1807. 20. Empires in Early Modern Asia, 1650−1818. 21. European Science and the Foundations of Modern Imperialism, 1600−1820. 22. Revolutions in the West, 1750−1830. 23. The Industrial Revolution and European Politics, 1765−1880. 24. The Challenge of Modernity in China, Japan, and India, 1800−1910. 25. State Building and Social Change in the Americas, 1830−1895. 26. The New Imperialism in Africa and Southeast Asia, 1830−1914. 27. War, Revolution, and Global Uncertainty, 1905−1928. 28. Responses to Global Crisis, 1920−1939. 29. The Second World War and the Origins of the Cold War, 1939−1949. 30. The Cold War and Decolonization, 1949−1975. 31. Toward a New World Order, 1975−2000. 32. Voyage into the Twenty-First Century.|