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The Oxford illustrated history of the world / edited by Felipe Fernández-Armesto.

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Imagine the planet, as if from an immense distance of time and space, as a galactic observer might see it--with the kind of objectivity that we, who are enmeshed in our history, can't attain. The Oxford Illustrated History of the World encompasses the whole span of human history. It brings together some of the world's leading historians, under the expert guidance of Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, to tell the 200,000-year story of our world, from the emergence of homo sapiens through to the twenty-first century: the environmental convulsions; the interplay of ideas (good and bad); the cultural phases and exchanges; the collisions and collaborations in politics; the successions of states and empires; the unlocking of energy; the evolutions of economies; the contacts, conflicts, and contagions that have all contributed to making the world we now inhabit.
Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Circulation Modifier Age Hold Protection Active/Create Date Status Due Date
Columbia Gorge Community College Library 909 OXFO 2019 (Text) 39705000030154 Main Collection Book None 04/01/2019 Checked out 11/06/2021

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780198752905
  • ISBN: 0198752903
  • Physical Description: vii, 481 pages : illustrations (some colour), maps ; 26 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: Oxford, UK : Oxford University Press, 2019.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary, etc.:
Imagine the planet, as if from an immense distance of time and space, as a galactic observer might see it--with the kind of objectivity that we, who are enmeshed in our history, can't attain. The Oxford Illustrated History of the World encompasses the whole span of human history. It brings together some of the world's leading historians, under the expert guidance of Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, to tell the 200,000-year story of our world, from the emergence of homo sapiens through to the twenty-first century: the environmental convulsions; the interplay of ideas (good and bad); the cultural phases and exchanges; the collisions and collaborations in politics; the successions of states and empires; the unlocking of energy; the evolutions of economies; the contacts, conflicts, and contagions that have all contributed to making the world we now inhabit.
Target Audience Note:
Tertiary/Undergraduate, General.
Subject: World history.
World history > Pictorial works.
Genre: Illustrated works.

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