b'History PRIMARY SOURCES IN WORLD HISTORY 73Defining Documents in World History: BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER!Genocide & The HolocaustThe writing is complex and considered, and the use of primary and secondary source documents is exemplary. this in-depth analysis of 63 documents, from legislative acts to personal testimonies, provides a necessary entry point to understanding a difficult topic.BooklistDefining Documents in World History: Genocide & the Holocaust offers in-depth analysis of sixty-three documents that trace the role that genocide has played in history, from the 1428 BCE to today. The first volume includes essays on: the Mithridatic Wars; Framework for the African Union; Presidents Commission on the Holocaust; and ISIS Crimes against the Yazidis. The second volume is dedicated to themes such as Ethnic Cleansing, the Nazi Holocaust and the Aftermath of Genocide. Each Historical Document is supported by a critical essay, written by historians and teachers, that includes a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, About the Author, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. October 2021 | Two Volumes; 605 Pages | Print ISBN 978-1-63700-013-7 | Library Price: $295FREE Online AccessFREEDefining Documents in World History:Pandemics, Plagues & Public HealthThis set takes readers back in history. Primary source documents and factual essays offer engaging overviews of important issues. Library JournalDefining Documents in World History: Pandemics, Plagues & Public Health offers in-depth analysis of sixty documents, including book excerpts, speeches, political debates, testimony, court rulings, legal texts, legislative acts, essays, newspaper and magazine articles, and interviews. The first volume focuses on Pandemics& Plagues in Early Times and the Industrial Era. The second volume is dedicated to Disease in the ModernHISTORYEra, Scourges of War, and Substance Abuse & Public Health. Each Historical Document is supported bya critical essay that includes a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, About the Author, Document Analysis,and Essential Themes. October 2020 | Two Volumes; 592 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-733-3 | Library Price: $295 FREE Online AccessFREEDefining Documents in World History:Womens RightsPRIMARY SOURCES IN WORLD HISTORYThis spectacular survey of gender concerns from the era of Joan of Arc to the present guideswomens rights researchers to issues of equal pay, child custody, abortion, and antiwar, antiviolence initiatives.Booklist Award Winner! Booklist 2018 Top Ten Reference Books Womens Rights offers in-depth analysis of a broad range of historical documents and historic events that make up the story of womens struggles to achieve basic rights and full legal standing, the right to vote, the right to make their own decisions, and the right to achieve dignity and equity. The sixty-three articles in this set are organized into four sections: Precursors, Suffrage and Sensibility, Equality Now!, and The Personal Is Political. Each historical document provides a compelling view of one of the most vivid and long-lasting struggles in human history, by examining what rights for women mean in the context of religious and political organizations, at work, in the armed forces, and in the family unit. FREE January 2018 | Two Volumes; 527 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-583-5 | Library Price: $295 Online AccessSee Also: Great Events: Womens History, pg. 78, Great Lives: American Women, pg. 82 FREEDefining Documents in World History:Nationalism & PopulismOffers thorough analyses of a wide spectrum of seminal documents and declarations pertaining to thepolitical conceptions of nationalism and populism Highly recommended. CHOICEThe constitutions, declarations, speeches, articles, essays, laws, and court orders analyzed in these volumes cover a broad span of world history to demonstrate the ways in which the idea of a nation as more than a geographic location has come into being. The fifty-nine articles in this volume are organized into seven sections: Nationalism in the Ancient and Medieval Eras, The American and French Revolutions, The Nineteenth Century, The First World War, Second World War, The Cold War, and The Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries. Written by historians and teachers, several elements explain the documents historical impact and provide thoughtful critical analysis, including a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes.FREE Online AccessMay 2017 | Two Volumes; 572 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-293-3 | Library Price: $295FREEGET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2023-467 Salem 2024 Catalog R8.indd 73 2023-12-19 2:05 PM'