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Early Modern Europe

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HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Surplus Labour, Watt Steam Engine, Thomas Robert Malthus

Russia in Early Modern History - State Formation o West Eurasia – long-established states (e.g. – France) o Central Eurasia – Mongol overlordship ends in 1480; Russia known as “Ta...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Toleration, Middle Ages

Chapter 5 – Europe at War Witchcraft - Most pre-modern societies have witches o Witches were responsible for medicine, protection, weather, agriculture, etc. o Supernatural pow...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hot Air Balloon, Invisible Hand, Pierre Bayle

The Enlightenment How to be a Philosophe (or Enlightened) in the 18 century… - 1. Your age, race, gender, class, did not matter o Anyone could be a philosophe o E.g. – Benjamin Franklin (Ameri...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Maximilien Robespierre, Deism, Toleration

The French Revolution - What is a modern revolution? o Overthrow of the state – in this case, the monarchy o Assertion of equality – in this case, end of “feudalism” and society of ...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: International Trade, Battle Of The Plains Of Abraham, Mercantilism

The Slave Trade - Slavery used for the production of tropical drug foods (sugar), mining, other forms of labour - How many slaves? o 0.5 million slaves in 1600 o 3.5 million slaves...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Kinematics, Christian Kabbalah, Scholasticism

Scientific Discoveries and Changing World Views - Shift from qualitative to quantitative understanding of nature and society in the early modern world - Time - Qualitative o In traditio...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture 1: 1. Late Medieval Period

History Chapter 1 – The Later Middle Ages - China th - 12 Century, rise of Mongols + push into central Europe - Unified Eurasian space - 1250 – Baghdad destroyed by Mongols, western ...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Michel De Montaigne, Civil Service, Christine De Pizan

The Renaissance - “Rebirth” o Back to golden age - Northern Italian urban phenomenon; the rise and fall of Florence o Industrial and financial change w/ cultural production o Ci...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture 3: 3. Modern European Expansion

The Dynamic of Early Modern European Expansion - 13 Century – earth believed to have a circumference of 180,000 stadia (length of a chariot race in Greek stadium) o Pretty accurate - Earth...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon
HIST 1010 Lecture 4: 4. The Reformation

The Reformation Traditional Worldview at the Tipping Point circa 1500 Efforts to reform Church and Christian practice to 1517 Medieval Church (1500) A compulsory society obligations assumed at birth Clergy operated spir...

History
HIST 1010
Alan Gordon

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