This reader provides an excellent overview of research in World History, a field that has expanded greatly in the last two decades. The 44 articles collected here reflect both the historiography of World History and contemporary trajectories of research in World History. They are addressed to educators at the university, college, and K-12 school level, and their students and the volume thus constitutes a valid teaching resource for a wide audience.

This volume is organized in 12 chapters, and each includes an introduction, a sample of articles or essays, and suggestions for further reading. Chapter 1, entitled “World History over Time: The Evolution of an Intellectual and Pedagogical Movement” [p. 17-90], describes...

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