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The European World - Lecture and Seminar Programme

Lecture capture is available through the university's moodle site

Week

Lecture 1
Tuesdays, 12 noon in OC0.03 (O
culus Building)

Lecture 2
Thursdays, 11.00am, in
R0.21 (Ramphal Building)

Seminar topics
(click on links for questions, reading and online materials)
 

Autumn Term
Theme 1: Society and Economy

1

Year 2 Welcome &
Approaching Early Modern History

Mark Knights

The European World c. 1500

Aysu Dincer

powerpoint

handout

Information about the weekly seminar reading lists

Europe around 1500

2

The Social Order
Powerpoint & Handout
Beat Kümin

Society at the Margins

powerpoint and handout

Giada Pizzoni

Social Relationships

3

Gender

Naomi Pullin

powerpoint

handout

Gender case studies

Naomi Pullin

powerpoint and handout

and Sophie Mann

powerpoint and handout

Gender

 

4

European/Global Expansion

Adrianna Catena

powerpoint

The Americas

Rosie Doyle

powerpoint

Trans-Cultural Contacts

5

Continuity and Change
in the European/Global Economy

Giorgio Riello

powerpoint

handout

Global Commodities and Exchange

Anne Gerritsen

powerpoint

The Early Modern Economy and Commodities

READING WEEK
Theme 2: Religion

7

Religious Life c. 1500

Giada Pizzoni

powerpoint

handout

Popular Piety and Reform case studies

Aysu Dincer

Powerpoint and handout

and Giada Pizzoni

Powerpoint and handout

The Medieval Legacy

8

Luther

Peter Marshall

powerpoint

handout

Calvin

Penny Roberts

powerpoint

handout

The Reformation and Religious Change

9

Radical Reformation

Peter Marshall

powerpoint

handout

The European Reformation

Mark Greengrass

powerpoint

handout

Calvinism and Religious Radicals  

10

The Catholic Reformation

Peter Marshall

powerpoint

handout

Encounters with non-Christians

Anne Gerritsen

powerpoint

Christianity and its encounters with the wider world

Spring Term

Theme 3: Power

1

Power and Authority

Mark Knights

powerpoint

(with assessments briefing by Colin Storer)

Republics

Beat Kümin

powerpoint & handout

The Political Landscape

2

Protests, riots & rebellions

Beat Kümin

powerpoint & handout

Popular politics case studies
Beat Kümin: Holy Roman Empire
(powerpoint & handout)
Mark Knights: British Revolutions

powerpoint

The People and Politics

3

The Ottoman Empire

Aysu Dincer

powerpoint

handout

Imperial case studies

Jonathan Davies: the Habsburg empire

(powerpoint and handout)

Guido van Meersbergen on the Mughal empire

(powerpoint)

Early Modern Empires

4

Race and Slavery

Tim Lockley

powerpoint [zip file as contains many images]

Political Discourse

Imogen Peck

powerpoint

Race and Slavery

5

Absolutism

Imogen Peck

powerpoint

Absolutism case studies

Michael Bycroft

Powerpoint and handout

and Jonathan Davies

Powerpoint Handout

Absolutism


https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/history/ecc/events/women/

for Friday 8the Feb's entirely optional workshop on Women's roles and identities


 READING WEEK 

Theme 4: Culture and Change

7

Popular Culture

powerpoint

Sophie Mann

Print

Luca Mola

powerpoint

Communication

8

The Renaissance

powerpoint handout

Jonathan Davies

Visual Culture

Luca Mola

powerpoint

The Renaissance Legacy

9

The Scientific Revolution

Michael Bycroft

powerpoint

Intellectual and Technological Change: Case Studies
Luca Mola

powerpoint

and Claudia Stein

powerpoint

Scientific and Technological Change

10

The Early Enlightenment

powerpoint MK

powerpoint CS

Case studies: change and continuity

Peter Marshall powerpoint handout

and Jonathan Davies powerpoint handout

The Early Enlightenment: Continuity or change?

Summer Term

1

Europe and the world c.1750

Giorgio Riello

Conclusions

2

Exams Dos & Don'ts

Panel Session selection of European World Lecturers  

3

 

 

Revision session(s)

(To be organised by seminar tutors)