A few weeks ago, I asked a group of women in the U.K. to name the most important women's issue in their country.I also asked them to name three of their biggest accomplishments in the last three years.They all said the same thing: fighting for equality for women, fighting for gender equality, fighting against gender inequality.So I had to do a little homework.The results are here: I spoke to a gro...
The New York Times Book Review is excited to present a brand new online edition of the popular book history textbook The History of the World by the University of California, Berkeley.
This online edition is a major update to the text with a fresh, modern, and accessible look at history and world events from a wide variety of perspectives.
The book includes a chapter on the rise and fall of the Ottoman Empire, a chapter that details the rise of fascism in Europe, and an entire chapter on World War I. The new edition includes extensive reprints of more than 200 of the text’s best-selling chapters.
The most popular topics are history of the world, political history, economics, history of medicine, history and the arts, and the modern world.
The New English edition of The History Of The World will be available from the start of the fall semester on August 1.
The first 500 copies of The Historical Society Edition of The World in the United States are expected to be available at bookstores and online starting in January 2019.
The History book has been available in many countries for nearly a century.