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Department
History
Course
HIS243H1
Professor
Nicholas Terpstra
Semester
Fall

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Lecture 3September20111111 AMSocial Structures in Early Modern EuropePopulationSettlement1Urban Life CityNeighbourhood2Life Cycle3Urban Life CityNeighbourhood2The city at this time is not just a place but a symbol a strong civic patriotism This patriotism is not purely a secular thing but a deep religious patriotism One of the things in which civic patriotism organizes itself around are shrines religious processionsThe development of Shrines Miracles are very important markers to which people use to cement their civic religion Civic patriotism is closely tied to religious sites and religious obligations as the notion of God makes a place holy not man14s or 16ths Loyalty going 2 ways Loyalty to City or neighbourhood CohesionDivision The early modern city didnt have clear geographical borders and hence a mishmash of people exist within each area Hence wealthy people like to locate themselves a far from each other to make connections with the people of that neighbourhood to build a level of political support No clear Economic Geogr
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