- Title Pages
- Introduction Writing World Histories for Our Times
- One World Historians and the Future of Academic History
- Two Making Porous and Expansive Boundaries
- Three Teaching World History in a Swirl of Standards
- Four Encounters within Europe
- Five The Sixteenth-Century World War and the Roots of the Modern World
- Six Who Owns the Fish in the Sea?
- Seven Eating the World
- Eight Shaken or Stirred?
- Nine Explanations of Species Extinction in Nineteenth-Century China and Europe
- Ten Shadows of Sovereignty
- Eleven The Promise of—and the Threats to—Historical Linguistics as a Complement of Bentleyan World History
- Twelve Close Encounters of the Methodological Kind
- Perspectives on the Global Past
- Encounters Old and New in World History
- Alan Karras, Laura J. Mitchell
- University of Hawai'i Press
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