Popular controversies in world history : investigating history's intriguing questions

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    • Danver, Steven Laurence

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Popular controversies in world history : investigating history's intriguing questions

Steven L. Danver, editor

ABC-CLIO, c2011

  • : [set], hard copy
  • v. 1
  • v. 2
  • v. 3
  • v. 4

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Vol. 1. Prehistory and early civilizations -- v. 2. The ancient world to the early Middle Ages -- v. 3. The high Middle Ages to the modern world -- v. 4. The twentieth century to the present

Includes bibliographical references and indexes

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内容説明

Covering prehistoric times to the modern era, this fascinating resource presents pro-and-con arguments regarding unresolved, historic controversies throughout the development of the world. Popular Controversies in World History: Investigating History's Intriguing Questions offers uniquely compelling and educational examinations of pivotal events and puzzling phenomena, from the earliest evidence of human activity to controversial events of the 20th century. From the geographic location of human origins, to the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin, to the innocence-or guilt-of Sacco and Vanzetti, Popular Controversies in World History: Investigating History's Intriguing Questions provides four volumes on the ongoing debates that have captivated both the historical community and the public at large. In each chapter, established experts offer credible opposing arguments pertaining to specific debates, providing readers with resources for independent critical thinking on the issue. This format allows students, scholars, and other interested readers to actively engage in some of the most intriguing conundrums facing historians today. Includes 58 chapters in four volumes that address significant historical questions focused upon topics such as the Old Testament, the Roman Empire, the historic Buddha, William Shakespeare, the assassination of John F. Kennedy, and weapons of mass destruction Provides a pro-and-con debate format that encourages readers to evaluate the validity of arguments and evidence

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