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by R. R. Palmer,Joel Colton

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ISBN:
0075574179
Author:
R. R. Palmer,Joel Colton
Category:
Humanities
Language:
English
Publisher:
Mcgraw-Hill College; 7th edition (December 1991)
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1231 pages
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by. Palmer, R. R. (Robert Roswell), 1909-; Colton, Joel . 1918- joint author. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

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Joel Colton was born in New York City. A graduate of the City College of New York, he served as a military intelligence officer in Europe in World War II, and received his PhD from Columbia University in 1950. He served on the faculty of Duke University for more than four decades, chairing the History Department from 1967 to 1974 and chairing the university's academic council from 1971 to 1973.

A specialist in modern and contemporary European history, Joel Colton taught at Duke University from 1947 to. .

A specialist in modern and contemporary European history, Joel Colton taught at Duke University from 1947 to 1989 and chaired the History Department from 1967 to 1974.

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Throughout the book's lifetime, A History of the Modern World has been hailed as an elegantly written historical narrative, filled with analysis and balanced historical insights as well as its traditional attention to the processes.

Throughout the book's lifetime, A History of the Modern World has been hailed as an elegantly written historical narrative, filled with analysis and balanced historical insights as well as its traditional attention to the processes of historical change, conflict, and political transformations. test cricket, Perth (WA), "Parkes, Henry". Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.

A History of the Modern World is a work initially published by the distinguished American historian at Princeton and Yale universities Robert Roswell Palmer in 1950.

In 1950 Palmer published A History of the Modern World, which is in.A History of the Modern World (Alfred A. Knopf, 1950); 11th ed. by Palmer, Joel Colton, and Lloyd Kramer (McGraw-Hill, 2013).

The book is organized partly by ideas: for example, the relation of the French Revolution to modern and ancient thought may be mentioned before the French Revolution. Palmer's most important work of historical scholarship is The Age of the Democratic Revolution: A Political History of Europe and America, 1760–1800.

Palmer and Colton's gargantuan "History of the Modern World" conveys a vast amount of knowledge in an interesting manner (although at times close to unbearably dense)and its ideas and perspectives are always relevant, new and enlightening. This is a great supplementary text for every European history course you may be taking or teaching.

Palmer and Colton are dense, but thorough. There is little in the Palmer book to give context, it is really a political history of the Modern (European) World, little or nothing about what was else was happening in Europe. In college this text was supplemented by a larger one containing primary documents. I would give her context by pointing out that when this political event was happening, for instance, Beethoven was composing the Emperor Piano Concerto.

Considers the history of the making of the modern world since 1500. This text places Europe and the European civilization in its international setting and considers individual nations from the perspective of their points of contact with a larger civilization.