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Eighteenth-Century France

HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Gallican Church, Declaration Of The Clergy Of France, Pierre Bayle

Lecture: Religious Tensions (to 1715) Background Themes • crisis of religious authority (16-17thC) ◦ fragmentation of Christendom--Reformation ◦ religious wars ◦ mysticism and interior faith ◦ ...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Jean Talon, Venetian Glass, Dirigisme

Lecture: Absolutism and Opposition to Louis XIV part 1 Model of Absolutism • crown takes power away from traditional privileged bodies ◦ central bureaucracy gaining over older official structures in law and ...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Tuberculous Cervical Lymphadenitis, Resistance Theory In The Early Modern Period, Royal Touch

Lecture: Royal Absolutism--Theories and Representations 1 January 24, 2013 Intro to "absolutism" • the problem of absolutism ◦ term isn't used tip 19thC, though "Absolute power" is • key notions • absolute monarc...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Norbert Elias, Court Of Aids, Clan Rose

Lecture: Social Structures: Rank, Honour, Privilege 2 January 24, 2013 Third Estate: all the rest! • small numbers of merchants and artisans • more "paysans" (pensants) • land ownership ◦ 70% of land ◦ 30...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Roland Mousnier, De Jure, False Consciousness

Lecture: Social Structures: Rank, Honour, Privilege Part 1 January 22, 2013 Population History • population of France ◦ 20 million • European Context • urban-rural demographics ◦ different economies ◦ ...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Michel De Montaigne

Lecture: Defining France 3 January 22, 2013 "patois" • Encyclopédie describes patois as a corrupted language • actual word patois derives from patte (animal's paw) ◦ makes it seem somewhat crude, earthy, barbaric ...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Henri De Boulainvilliers, Stadial, Resistance Theory In The Early Modern Period

Lecture: Defining France 2 (Nation, History, Language) January 17, 2013 Eugene Weber (author of reading) • 1925-2007 • pragmatic, practical historian, working very closely with the documents in a detective-style a...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle
HIST 390 Lecture Notes - Frond, Fronde, Royal Touch

Lecture: Myths and Models (Lecture January 10, 2013) Periodisation • How do historians approach the past ◦ time ▪ obviously ◦ place/space ▪ like Russian or French Revolution ...

History
HIST 390
Margaret Carlyle

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