|Item type||Location||Collection||Call number||Copy||Status||Date due|
National Library of Bangladesh
|Non Fiction||909 HOR 1993 (Browse shelf)||C-1||Not For Loan|
Collection of previously published material.
Includes bibliographical references.
Table Of Content. The interrelations of societies in history --
In the center of the map: Nations see themselves as the hub of history --
World History and a world outlook --
The great Western Transmutation --
Historical method in civilizational studies --
On doing world history --
The role of Islam in world history --
Cultural patterning in Islamdom and the Occident --
The unity of later Islamic history --
Modernity and the Islamic heritage --
The objectivity of large-scale historical inquiry: Its peculiar limits and requirements --
Conditions of historical comparison among ages and regions: The limitations of their validity --
Interregional studies as intergrating the historical disciplines: The practical implications of an interregional orientation for scholars and for the public --
Conclusion: Islamic history as world history.