Worlds Together, Worlds Apart with Sources (Concise Second Edition) by Elizabeth Pollard
Worlds Together, Worlds Apart with Sources (Concise Second Edition) (Vol. One-Volume)
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A Concise Edition with clear connections, comparisons, and sources in every chapter. Elizabeth Pollard is a historian of the ancient world, in particular of Roman and Greek civilizations, and her research interests cross the disciplinary and methodological boundaries between history, religious studies, classics, and women's studies. Her pedagogical interests include the effectiveness of web-based technology and world history in teaching, learning, and writing about ancient history. She teaches the world history survey regularly, and serves on the executive committee of the World History Association. He is currently studying the spread of tuberculosis between France and Algeria since the mid-nineteenth century. Professor Tignor has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in African history and world history and written extensively on the history of twentieth century Egypt, Nigeria, and Kenya.