World CulturesLearning Modules

GENERAL TOPICS
Introductions to general issues and categories
What is Culture?, by Richard Law and Eric Miraglia

What is Architecture?, by Richard Hooker

What is Science?, by Richard Hooker


WORLD CULTURES
Individual modules on the history and thought of particular cultures and eras.

The Earliest Traditions

The Long Foreground: Human Prehistory, by Richard Law

The Agricultural Revolution, by Richard Law

Mesopotamia, by Richard Hooker

Ancient Egypt, by Richard Hooker

The Hebrews, by Richard Hooker

Africa

Civilizations in Africa, by Richard Hooker

China

Ancient China, by Richard Hooker

The Chinese Empire: From the Ch'in to the Yuan, by Richard Hooker

Ming China, by Richard Hooker

Ch'ing China, by Richard Hooker

Modern China, by Richard Hooker

The Chinese Philosophical Traditions, by Richard Hooker

Europe and the European Traditions

Bureaucrats and Barbarians: Minoans, Myceneans, and the Greek Dark Ages, by Richard Hooker

Ancient Greece, by Richard Hooker

Rome, by Richard Hooker

Early Christianity, by Richard Hooker

The Middle Ages, by Richard Hooker

Renaissance, by Richard Hooker

Discovery and Reformation, by Richard Hooker

The European Enlightenment, by Richard Hooker

Revolution, by Richard Hooker

The Idea of America, by Richard Hooker

Islam

Islam, by Richard Hooker

Shi'a, by Richard Hooker

The Ottomans, by Richard Hooker

The Mughals, by Richard Hooker

India and Indian Traditions

Ancient India, by Richard Hooker

The Mughals, by Richard Hooker

Buddhism, by Richard Hooker

Japan

Ancient Japan, by Richard Hooker

Feudal Japan, by Richard Hooker

Tokugawa Japan, by Richard Hooker

Frozen Features in a Floating World: Kabuki, by Richard Hooker

Native Americans

Cultures in America, by Richard Hooker

Civilizations in America, by Richard Hooker

The Native America Anthology, edited by Richard Hooker


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Updated 2-16-98