HUM 223 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Pieter De Hooch, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Richard Crashaw

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8 Jun 2018
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HUM 223 Integrated Humanities II
02/14/18
Study Guide for Exam #1
Part 1: Multiple choice (40%) scantron required
The following terms will be the basis for the questions used in part 1 of the exam. Students should not only study the terms
themselves, but their context and significance. For example, to study an author is to study that person, their writing, and the
timeframe in which they lived and worked. Second, to study a religion is to study its belief system, its texts and the cultures that it
represents. Use both the textbook and lectures when studying for this section of the exam.
Key Themes
Reformation Baroque Absolutism Scientific Revolution Enlightenment
Key Terms
Martin Luther Erasmus chorale music (hymns) Brethren of the Common Life
Albrecht Dürer Diet of Worms Lucas Cranach Pieter Brueghel Ignatius Loyola
Council of Trent Teresa of Avila Thomas More Richard Crashaw Mannerism
Gianlorenzo Bernini Michelangelo Jacopo Tintoretto Caravaggio Louis XIV
Versailles John Donne John Milton Rembrandt oratorio
Handel Bach Francis Bacon René Descartes John Locke
Jan Vermeer Pieter de Hooch Philosophes Diderot Natural Law
Part 2: Essay Questions (60%) blue book required
Two of the following questions will appear on the exam. Students are required to answer one of them. A good essay will give a clear
answer to the question, be centered on a precise thesis, be coherently written, and be legible. Make sure to include evidence from
lectures and readings to defend your argument (including primary sources). Read the questions carefully and include all parts of the
question in your answer. Make sure that the evidence you use adequately represents the overall argument you are making.
1. Compare and contrast the beliefs and expression of Protestant and Catholic devotion during the
Reformation. Based on these comparisons, do you think Protestants and Catholics held similar or different
expectations when it comes to living a Christian life in the 16th century?
2. Compare and contrast Catholic Baroque and Northern Baroque culture. Which do you think had a greater
influence on the development of these forms of cultural expression, religious sentiment or political ideals?
3. Compare and contrast the development of secularism in Protestant and Catholic Europe, as represented by
the Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment. Do differences in religious and political expression
significantly influence the development of science and philosophy in Europe?
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