Daily Life through History provides students and researchers with insights into the rich social and cultural landscape of world history. The primary and secondary sources of this comprehensive collection support coursework and deeper subject engagement with resources addressing the social history of societies ranging from the Aboriginal peoples of Australia to the citizens of 21st-century China. Daily Life through History explores 66 distinct cultures, including the Inca Civilization, the Han Dynasty, Medieval Europe, and Postwar America with scholarly contributions by distinguished academic voices like Joseph Byrne, Harold J. Goldberg, and James Volo, as well as more than 5,000 primary sources and images for direct analysis.
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