UNIT 1: Maps, Time, and World History
- Deborah Smith Johnston, Rethinking World History: Conceptual Frameworks for the World History Survey, (2003), available through UMI, Microfilm dissertation network.
- Jerry Bentley, "Sea and Ocean Basins as Frameworks of Historical Analysis," Geographical Review 89, no.2 (April 1999): 215-25.
- Arif Dirlik,"The Asia-Pacific Idea: Reality and Representation in the Invention of a Regional Structure," Journal of World History, no.1 (1992): 55-79.
- David Christian, "The Case for 'Big History,'" Journal of World History (Fall1991): 223-38.
- Peter Nabokov, A Forest of Time: American Indian Ways of History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2002).
- Nancy Farriss, "Remembering the Future, Anticipating the Past: History, Time, and Cosmology among the Maya of Yucatán," Comparative Studies in Society and History 29 (1987): 566-93.
- Karen Wigen and Martin Lewis, The Myth of Continents: A Critique of Metageography. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997).
FEATURED SOURCE MATERIAL
- Arno Peters, twentieth-century cartographer
- Fernand Braudel, twentieth-century historian
- Lakota elder