Sources for Cultures of the West: Volume 2: Since 1350

Paperback | November 20, 2015

byClifford Backman

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Designed to accompany Cultures of the West, Second Edition, the two-volume Sources for Cultures of the West, Second Edition, features approximately six written sources per chapter that highlight key themes in the study of Western civilization. With 175 sources, each volume begins with aspecial unit, How to Read a Primary Source, that provides students with important advice on how to work with textual documents in studying the past. This second edition features forty-one new sources and offers increased coverage of Islam, Judaism, and women's history.

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Designed to accompany Cultures of the West, Second Edition, the two-volume Sources for Cultures of the West, Second Edition, features approximately six written sources per chapter that highlight key themes in the study of Western civilization. With 175 sources, each volume begins with aspecial unit, How to Read a Primary Source, that p...

Clifford R. Backman has been a member of the History Department at Boston University since 1989. He is currently at work on a book that traces the development of toleration and interpersonal forgiveness in medieval Christianity, Judaism, and Islam.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:368 pages, 9.09 × 7.4 × 0.79 inPublished:November 20, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0190240504

ISBN - 13:9780190240509

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"Backman weaves religious and intellectual themes into the political and social history of the Greater West, creating a narrative that is thorough while still being readable. The book lays out the framework for Western history, leaving the instructor room to expand on the themes and areas ofhis or her choice, and its engaging voice is sure to keep students awake!" --Katherine Jenkins, Trident Technical College