The first true encyclopedic reference on world history, the Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History is designed to meet the needs of students, teachers, and scholars who seek to explore and understand human history.
Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, First Edition
The Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History is the first true encyclopedic reference on world history. It is designed to meet the needs of students, teachers, and scholars who seek to explore and understand the panorama of our shared history of humans. Anyone who loves history – including those who are making history today – will find this work an endless source of fascinating, thought-provoking coverage of events, people, patterns, and processes.
William H. McNeill, University of Chicago
Jerry H. Bentley, University of Hawaii, Manoa, David Christian, Macquarie University; Ewha Womans University, David H. Levinson, Berkshire Publishing Group, John R. McNeill, Georgetown University, Heidi Roupp, World History Center, Judith P. Zinsser, Miami University
Ross E. Dunn, San Diego State University, Ryba Epstein, Rich East High School, Brian Fagan, University of California, Santa Barbara, Daniel R. Headrick, Roosevelt University, Kailai Huang, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, Marnie Hughes-Warrington, Macquarie University, Tom Laichas, Crossroads School, Craig Lockard, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, Pamela McVay, Ursuline College, Carl H. Nightingale, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, Patrick O'Brien, London School of Economics and Political Science, Hugh R. Page, Jr., University of Notre Dame, Paul W. Philip, Lancaster High School, Mrinalini Sinha, Pennsylvania State University, Peer Vries, Leiden University