7 edition of Introduction to Nineteenth Century European History 1815-1914 found in the catalog.
September 30, 2001 by Hodder Murray .
Written in English
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Part of a series, the "Berkshire Studies in European History", this work inspires me to read more of the 19 volumes listed on the back cover. Expansion of the material world was matched by enlargement of intellectual and cultural horizons. Europe, - is not a dry, dull outline written by committee as textbooks too often are. The new end date has necessarily involved changes to the organization of the later sections of the book which is now divided into four main chronological parts, roughly —30, —50, —80, and — Although Britain's overseas empire may not have been "acquired in a fit of absence of mind," as one of its most prominent historians once alleged, neither was it the brainchild of politicians and bureaucrats in London. Yet just as Renaissance drew Europeans closer in learning and culture, Reformation created unprecedented divisions in religion.
He also considers the long-term consequences of imperialism on the cultures of the colonized and the colonizers alike. Excerpt The period covered by this book has probably attracted more attention from historians than any other. Parsons devotes chapters to key colonies and regions, many of them overlooked by previous scholars, that include the Indian "raj," Africa, the Middle East, and China. To encourage study of the full range of developments within the period, the examination paper will require you to answer questions from three of the four sections into which it is divided.
Within each the first chapter offers a succinct political narrative, the second a discussion of developments in government and administration, and a third surveys economic and social developments. Not until the nineteenth century, however, when western science 'put a girdle round about the earth', did the Europeans come into the plenitude of their imperial heritage. It snaps and pops. An ambitious and thoughtful contribution to the field of imperial history, The British Imperial Century will find a useful place in courses on world history and European history, or as a supplemental text for classes on African, Asian, British, or Middle Eastern history.
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This course enables you to examine these sorts of changes in two distinct ways. Luther and Calvin succeeded where fifteenth-century heretics had failed, creating new churches, and forcing the long process of reform within the Roman Catholic Church to harden into Counter-Reformation.
Expansion of the material world was matched by enlargement of intellectual and cultural horizons. In Peel also established a permanent income tax as a foundation of British government, almost 70 years before the US would do so.
Beginning when population and agricultural production had been sharply reduced by plague, it saw both rise to new levels, while the development of cross-European trade began the process of economic specialization. The book divides the era into four chronological periods, with chapters on the political background, administrative development, and social, economic, and cultural changes in each period.
The French Revolution broke out inand its effects reverberated throughout much of Europe for many decades.
Economic and religious pressures put new strains on political structures. Artists and architects likewise took fresh inspiration from classical models, creating the glories of the High Renaissance and Baroque.
The possibilities of new technology were most dramatically realised in the invention of printing. The paper will cover the state and to the spread of state structures and national institutions and the construction of national Introduction to Nineteenth Century European History 1815-1914 book and the pursuit of the nation-state are studied, as are the scientific ideas - such as Social Darwinism - underpinning them.
European and World History 4: Society, Nation, and Empire This course approaches the nineteenth century in the widest possible way, ranging from population trends and social structure to cultural history and from revolutions to imperialism. This book is an excellent introduction to the subject of imperialism, and will be extremely useful for those studying this history of Britain, Africa, the Middle East, India, and the Far East.
Why, then, has so much imperial history been written from this metropolitan perspective? For ten generations hardy explorers, traders, and colonizers had been hoisting sail in the harbours of the Old World to lay the broad foundation for empires overseas. It centres on Primarily in Europe including the British Isles ventures beyond this particularly when dealing with imperialism.
The authors chart the development of a modern state equipped with a large and expanding bureaucracy, the expansion of overseas territories into one of the world's greatest empires, and changes in religion, social attitudes, and culture.
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