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  • ISBN: 0631187995
  • ISBN: 9780631187998
  • ISBN: 0631236163
  • ISBN: 9780631236160
  • Physical Description: print
    xxiv, 540 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm.
  • Publisher: Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., 2004.

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The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914 : Global Connections and Comparisons
The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914 : Global Connections and Comparisons
by Bayly, C. A.
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The Birth of the Modern World, 1780-1914 : Global Connections and Comparisons

SectionSection DescriptionPage Number
List Of Illustrations
List Of Tables And Maps
Series Editor 's Preface
The Organization Of The Book
Problem 1'Prime Movers ' And The Economic Factor
Problem 2Global History And Post-Modernism
Problem 3The Continuing 'Riddle Of The Modern '
    Conforming To Standards In Bodily Practice
    Building Out From The Body: Communications And Complexity
Part IThe End of The Old Regime
1    Old Regimes And 'Archaic Globalisation ':Peasants And Lords
        The Politics Of Difference
        Powers On The Fringes Of States
        Harbingers Of New Political Formations
        The Pre-History Of 'Globalisation '
        'Archaic ' And Early Modern Globalisation
2    Passages From The Old Regimes To Modernity:The 'Last Great Domestication ' And 'Industrious Revolutions '
        New Patterns Of Afro-Asian Material Culture, Production And Trade
        The Internal And External Limits Of Afro-Asian 'Industrious Revolutions
        '.Trade, Finance And Innovation: European Competitive Advantages
        The Activist, Patriotic State Evolves
        Critical Publics
        The Development Of Asian And African Ecumenes
        Conclusion: 'Backwardness ', Lags And Conjunctures
3    Convergent Revolutions, 1780 -1820:Contemporaries Ponder The World Crisis
        A Summary Anatomy Of The World Crisis, C. 1720 -1820
        Sapping The Legitimacy Of The State: From France To China
        The Ideological Origins Of The Modern State
        Nationalities Versus States And Empires
        The Third Revolution: Polite And Commercial Peoples Worldwide
Part IIThe Modern World In Genesis
4    Between World Revolutions, C. 1815 -1860
        Assessing The 'Wreck Of Nations '
        British Maritime Supremacy, World Trade And Agrarian Recovery
        Emigration: A Safety Valve
        The Losers In The 'New World Order ', C. 1815 -65
        Problems Of Hybrid Legitimacy - Whose State Was It?The State Gains Strength - But Not Enough
        Wars Of Legitimacy In Asia: A Summary Account
        Economic And Ideological Roots Of The Asian Revolutions
        The Years Of Hunger And Rebellion In Europe, 1848 -51
        The American Civil War As A Global Event
        Convergence Or Difference?Reviewing The Argument
5    Industrialisation And The New City:Historians, Industrialisation And Cities
        The Progress Of Industrialisation
        Cities As Centres Of Production And Consumption
        The Urban Impact Of The Global Crisis, 1780 -1820
        Race And Class In The New City
        Working Class Politics
        World-Wide Urban Cultures And Their Critics
6    Nation, Empire And Ethnicity: C. 1860 -1900: 'Theories ' Of Nationalism
        When Was Nationalism?Whose Nationalism?Perpetuating Nationalisms: Memories
        National Associations And Print
        From Community To Nation: The Eurasian Empires
        Where We Stand With Nationalism
        Peoples Without States; Persecution Or Assimilation?Imperialism And Its History
        In The Late Nineteenth Century
        Dimension Of The 'New Imperialism '
        A World Of Nation States?The Persistence Of Old Patterns Of Globalisation
        From Globalisation To Inter-Nationalim
        Inter-Nationalism In Action
Part IIIState And Society In The Age of Imperialism
7    Myths And Technologies Of The Modern State
        Dimensions Of The Modern State
        The State And The Historians
        Problems Of Defining The State
        The Modern State Takes Root; Geographical Dimensions
        Claims To Justice And Symbols Of Power
        The State 's Resources
        The State 's Obligations To Society
        Tools Of The State
        State, Economy And Nation
        A Balance Sheet: What Had The State Achieved?8
        The Theory And Practice Of Liberalism, Rationalism, Socialism And Science
        Contextualising 'Intellectual ' History
        The Corruption Of The Righteous Republic: A Classic Theme
        Righteous Republics World-Wide
        The Advent Of Liberalism And The Market: Western Exceptionalism?Liberalism And Land Reform: Radical Theory And Conservative Practice
        Free Trade Or National Politic
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