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Global History Review Vol.1

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Theory & Methodology of Global History

The Predicament in Writing World History

Ma Keyao

5-22

“Global History Perspective” and the Compilation and Editing of Early World History in Modern Times

Liu Xincheng

23-39

The Global History: A Global History in National Historical Memories

Yu Pei

40-62

W.H. McNeill’s The Rise of the West and Global History

Guo Fang

63-74

The Integrative View of History and the Compilation of World History Textbook in China

Zhao Wenliang

75-111

Some Personal Views about the Concept of Global History

Huang Minxing

112-120

Global View of History and Division of the World History into Periods

Wang Wei

121-128

An Analysis about the Global History and its Problems

Wang Jinxin and Sun Yifei

129-142

The History of Environment and Ecology and the System of World History

Han Li

143-151

What is World History Now?     

Bentley, Jerry H.

152-170

Ideas on Writing a History of Modern Historiography of Intercultural Global Perspective

    

Iggers, Georg G.

171-185

“Teaching with Travelers:” Integrating Methodology into a College-Level World History Textbook

Taylor, Tom

186-200

Art and World History

Croizier, Ralph

201-214

Case Studies in Global History

China and the Greek-Roman World under the Integrating History Perspective: Greek-Roman Episodes in Chinese Sources from Han to Tang Dynasties

 

Zhang Xushan

215-235

 

The Black Death in the Perspective of World History: Study from the Hypothesis of William H. MeNeil 

Li Huacheng

236-249

Reading Between the Lines of Invasion: Examining Guam’s Historiography of Spain and American Invasion

Hattori, Anne Perez

250-260

Rethinking World History from a Pacific Perspective

D’s Arcy, Paul

 

261-277

World History Teaching in Different Countries

 

A Survey on China’s World History Teaching in the 20th Cetury

Qi Shirong

278-284

World General History Research and Education in Chian

He Fangchuan

285-289

Development Status of World History as an Academic Discipline in China and its Short-Term Objectives (Abstract)

Qian Chengdan

290-292

Awareness of Time and Space in Teaching World History

Zhao Wenhong

293-301

The Courses of Foreign History and the History of Greece and Rome  in Education in the Late Qing Dynasty

Chen Dezheng

 

 

 

302-313

The Comparison between the Two Lecturing Structures of World History Courses

Chen Zhiqiang

314-319

Rethinking the System of World History

Liu Jinghua

320-335

“Feudalism”: One Misplaced Conception in World History

Hou Jianxin

336-348

The Global Idea and Education in World History

Wang Jiafeng

349-357

Teaching World History in General Education in China

Guo Xiaoling

358-364

Survey Reports: Global History at High Colleges of China

Xia Jiguo

365-369

World History and its Discontents: the Italian Case

Cajani, Luigi

370-375

Writing and Teaching World History in Germany

Fuchs, Eckhardt

376-380

World History in Colombia and Latin America

Casta?o,Paola

381-385

World History in Canada and its Implications for the Introductory Survey

Clossey, Luke

386-390

Arguments in Brief

The New Situation of Globalization Calls for New World General History

Pang Zhuoheng

391-392

Diversity of the World History System and World History Textbook Compilation 20th century

Xu Lan

393-395

New Approaches to the Study of World History

He Ping

396-397

The Teaching of Arabic History in China and the Teaching of World History in Arabic Countries

Li Rongjian

398-400

Comparing World History and Global History

Liang Zhanjun

401-403

Feature Article

An Interview with Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie

He Ping

404-410

 

Preface

Liu Xincheng

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