Modern World History: Imperialism

Modern World History: Imperialism

By Vern Cleary

  • Release Date: 2013-08-16
  • Genre: Education
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Description

This is the second interactive ebook of a series on modern world history for high school students and teachers. This volume focuses on imperialism, including sections on motives, early modern imperialism, a case study of the British raj in India, New Imperialism in China, and New Imperialism Africa. Unlike almost all textbooks, high school teachers wrote, designed, edited, and published this text to engage students in an in-depth analysis of the story of modern world history. 

There is also a web site version of the book that includes the same text but lacks most of the interactive features of this ebook: http://webs.bcp.org/sites/vcleary/ModernWorldHistoryTextbook/index.html

This book is a rough first draft and half of it has not been edited thoroughly. Please email feedback to vcleary@bcp.org. Feedback would be much appreciated. 

We will continue to revise and update the chapters. The next volume will be on World War I and should be complete in late November, 2012. 

Reviews

  • Really good

    5
    By Scottdb17
    It was really helpful, and contained all the evidence I needed for my class. Very thorough, and I really enjoyed it. The one thing I would improve is getting rid of all the anti-Stalin comments. Comrade Stalin did wonders for the ruins of Czarist Russia. Long live Stalin.
  • Fresh Idea: Teaching Imperialism by Star Wars?

    2
    By KaasG9
    I agree learning history should be fun, but using commercial goods like Star Wars sounds so weird. And actually, you don't need to go that far to explain what Imperialism is; just let students watch CNN coverage of Iraqi War.
  • Great textbook

    5
    By Go Bells!
    This book was very helpful for all my class notes and homework, and I enjoyed using it as a resource.
  • Truly History!!!

    5
    By Alé-jano
    The book explained the industrial revolution I and all my ancestors could understand. -Good Job Mr. Cleary
  • Quite good indeed

    5
    By DefinitelyNotBoenninghausen
    This book is quite good indeed.
  • Love it

    5
    By ShamarMitchell
    One of the best books available for a new comer to studying Modern European History or just somebody who just wants to learn. The entire series is just great.
  • Excellent!

    5
    By nyzadoo
    Definitely going to use this in the classroom! Love the quizzes, current references, and the fact that there are citations to show the students!
  • Omg Amazing!!!

    5
    By Connor Hartland
    I love itttt

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