Each volume of Sources for Patterns of World History includes approximately 200 text and visual sources in world history, organized to match the chapter organization of Patterns of World History. Each source is accompanied by a headnote and reading questions.
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Peter von Sivers is Associate Professor of Middle Eastern History at the University of Utah. He has previously taught at UCLA, Northwestern University, University of Paris VII (Vincennes), and the University of Munich. He has also served as Chair, Joint Committee of the Near and Middle East,
Social Science Research Council (SSRC), New York, 1982-1985, editor, International Journal of Middle East Studies (IJMES), 1985-89, member, Board of Directors, Middle East Studies Association of North America (MESA), 1987-90, and Chair, SAT II World History Test Development Committee of the
Educational Testing Service (ETS), Princeton, NJ, 1991-1994. His publications include Caliphate, Kingdom, and Decline: The Political Theory of Ibn Khaldun, several edited books, and three-dozen peer-reviewed chapters and articles on Middle Eastern and North African history, as well as world
history. He received his Dr. Phil. from the University of Munich. Charles A. Desnoyers is Associate Professor of History and Director of Asian Studies at La Salle University, Philadelphia. He is also past Director of the Greater Philadelphia Asian Studies Consortium and President (2011-12) of the
Mid-East Region Association for Asian Studies. His scholarly publications include A Journey to the East: Li Gui, 'A New Account of a Trip Around the Globe' (University of Michigan Press, 2004) and former coeditorship of the World History Association's Bulletin. George B. Stow is Professor of History
and Director of the Graduate Program in History at La Salle University, Philadelphia. His teaching experience embraces a variety of undergraduate and graduate courses in ancient Greece and Rome, medieval England, and world history, and for excellence in teaching he has been awarded the Lindback
Distinguished Teaching Award. Professor Stow is a member of the Medieval Academy of America, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society. He is the recipient of a NDEA Title IV Fellowship, a Woodrow Wilson Foundation Fellowship, and research grants from the American Philosophical Society and La
Salle University. His publications include a critical edition of a fourteenth-century monastic chronicle, Historia Vitae et Regni Ricardi Secundi (University of Pennsylvania Press), as well as numerous articles and reviews in scholarly journals including Speculum, The English Historical Review, the
Journal of Medieval History, the American Historical Review, and several others. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Illinois.
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