Editors' Preface Preface Chapter 1: First Cultures and Indigenous Empires Chapter 2: Conquest and Colony Chapter 3: Independence and its Challenges, 1810-1844 Chapter 4: Embattled Mexico, 1844-1876 Chapter 5: Progress for Mexico and Some Mexicans, 1876-1911 Chapter 6: Revolution, 1910-1946 Chapter 7: Revolution for Middling Mexicans and its End, 1938-1982 Chapter 8: Contemporary Mexico Chronology Notes Further Reading Websites Index
William H. Beezley is Professor of History at the University of Arizona and co-editor of The Oxford History of Mexico (with Michael Meyers).
"For those familiar with and fond of William Beezley's work, Mexico in World History will not disappoint. It contains the interesting anecdotes, cultural richness, and popular focus characteristic of Beezley's previous works presented in the same clear, approachable style...Mexico in World History is an excellent contribution to Mexican history, a shining example of the historiographical evolution of world history, and a useful reference for instructors."--Teaching History "Beezley does an effective job reaching his goals, introducing readers to many of the important events, people, and themes of Mexican history in a well-constructed, fast-paced narrative. Recommended."--CHOICE