Author: Lynn Hunt, Genre: History, Total Page: 685, Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education, ISBN: 9781319103675

With a superior chronological organization, The Making of the West tells the story of the cross-cultural, global exchanges that have shaped western history. The book offers primary sources in each chapter, a full-color map and art program, and comprehensive supplement options, including LaunchPad and a free companion sourcebook. The Making of the West is an excellent value at an outstanding price. Available for free when packaged with the print book, the popular digital assignment and assessment options for this text bring skill building and assessment to a more highly effective level. The greatest active learning options come in LaunchPad, which combines an accessible e-book with LearningCurve, an adaptive and automatically graded learning tool that--when assigned--helps ensure students read the book; the complete companion reader with comparative questions that help students build arguments from those sources; and many other study and assessment tools. For instructors who want the easiest and most affordable way to ensure students come to class prepared Achieve Read & Practice pairs LearningCurve, adaptive quizzing and our mobile, accessible Value Edition e-book, in one easy-to-use product.

Author: Lynn Avery Hunt, Genre: Social Science, Total Page: 629, Publisher: Bedford/st Martins, ISBN: 0312183682

Hailed as a path-breaking contribution and a sensible new choice for the Western Civilization classroom of the 21st century, The Making of the West: Peoples and Cultures -- written by a team of notable historians and experienced teachers -- offers a new synthesis, one that reveals history as a process while capturing the spirit of each age.

Author: Jack Weatherford, Genre: Biography & Autobiography, Total Page: 312, Publisher: Broadway Books, ISBN: 9780609809648

A re-evaluation of Genghis Khan's rise to power examines the reforms the conqueror instituted throughout his empire and his uniting of East and West, which set the foundation for the nation-states and economic systems of the modern era.

Author: Iain McGilchrist, Genre: Psychology, Total Page: 616, Publisher: Yale University Press, ISBN: 9780300245929

A new edition of the bestselling classic – published with a special introduction to mark its 10th anniversary This pioneering account sets out to understand the structure of the human brain – the place where mind meets matter. Until recently, the left hemisphere of our brain has been seen as the ‘rational’ side, the superior partner to the right. But is this distinction true? Drawing on a vast body of experimental research, Iain McGilchrist argues while our left brain makes for a wonderful servant, it is a very poor master. As he shows, it is the right side which is the more reliable and insightful. Without it, our world would be mechanistic – stripped of depth, colour and value.

Author: Lynn Hunt, Genre: , Total Page: 1248, Publisher: Bedford Books, ISBN: 1319244513

Author: Katharine J. Lualdi, Genre: History, Total Page: 352, Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education, ISBN: 9781319155971

Sources of The Making of the West helps bring the history of the west to life. Thoroughly revised and designed to be used independently or as a companion reader, this two volume collection parallels the major topics and themes covered in each chapter of The Making of the West. A broad range of source types and themes illuminate historical experience from a diversity of perspectives. Now with a visual source and a comparative source pairing in every chapter, this reader offers instructors even more opportunities to promote classroom discussion of primary documents and to help students develop essential historical thinking skills. Sources of The Making of the West is FREE when packaged with The Making of the West, Sixth Edition or when packaged with The Making of the West, Achieve Read & Practice. It is included for FREE in the LaunchPad for The Making of the West.

Author: Oswald Spengler, Genre: History, Total Page: 414, Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA, ISBN: 0195066340

Spengler's work describes how we have entered into a centuries-long "world-historical" phase comparable to late antiquity, and his controversial ideas spark debate over the meaning of historiography.

Author: Lynn Hunt, Genre: History, Total Page: 608, Publisher: Macmillan Higher Education, ISBN: 9781319171414

With a superior chronological organization, The Making of the West tells the story of the cross-cultural, global exchanges that have shaped western history. This two-color Value Edition includes the unabridged narrative and select maps and images from the comprehensive text. LaunchPad also features all of the contents of the comprehensive edition in full color, including primary source features and summative quizzing in each chapter, numerous supplement options, and a free companion sourcebook. With LaunchPad, the Value Edition is an excellent resource at an outstanding price. Available for free when packaged with the print book, the popular digital assignment and assessment options for this text bring skill building and assessment to a highly effective level. The active learning options come in LaunchPad which combines an accessible e-book with LearningCurve, an adaptive and automatically graded learning tool that--when assigned--helps ensure students read the book; the complete companion reader with comparative questions that help students build arguments from those sources; and many other study and assessment tools. For instructors who want the easiest and most affordable way to ensure students come to class prepared Achieve Read & Practice pairs LearningCurve, adaptive quizzing and our mobile, accessible Value Edition e-book, in one easy-to-use product.

Author: David A Bell, Genre: , Total Page: , Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company, ISBN: 9780393640861

This beautifully written history recenters the West and rekindles the past in a vivid narrative crafted for beginning students. Grafton and Bell tell the epic story of a West engaged in a continuing search for order across politics, society, and culture, driven by internal tensions and global influences. They deliver the past not as a path to the present but as it was lived at the time, grounded in a balanced, comprehensive, chronological narrative. Combined with rich digital resources to instill practical history skills, The West establishes a dynamic NEW foundation for teaching the Western Civilizations course.

Author: Jacky Bratton, Genre: Drama, Total Page: , Publisher: Cambridge University Press, ISBN: 9781139502221

All roads lead to London - and to the West End theatre. This book presents a new history of the beginnings of the modern world of London entertainment. Putting female-centred, gender-challenging managements and styles at the centre, it redraws the map of performance history in the Victorian capital of the world. Bratton argues for the importance in Victorian culture of venues like the little Strand Theatre and the Gallery of Illustration in Regent Street in the experience of mid-century London, and of plays drawn from the work of Charles Dickens as well as burlesques by the early writers of Punch. Discovering a much more dynamic and often woman-led entertainment industry at the heart of the British Empire, this book seeks a new understanding of the work of women including Eliza Vestris, Mary Ann Keeley and Marie Wilton in creating the template for a magical new theatre of music, feeling and spectacle.