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Some Aspects of the Transformation of Society & Economy of Modern Europe, 15th-18th Century

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Overview

This course seeks to understand the process of transition to modernity in Europe between the 15th and the 18th centuries. The centuries covered here mark numerous transitions. The course begins by looking at Europe during what has been called the late medieval period and traces the transitions in economy, society, religion and thought processes during the next three centuries. It ends by looking at the beginning of the process of Industrialization opening a new era in European history.

Syllabus

COURSE LAYOUT Week 1: 1. General Introduction 2. Humanism and its spread in Europe 3. Renaissance Art 4. The Reformation

Week 2: 5. Luther (1483-1543) 6. Other Reforms 7. The Reformation in England 8. The Counter Reformation

Week 3: 9. Age of Exploration 10. New Horizons Opening up of the World 11. Colonial Expansion

Week 4: 12. Commercial Revolution 13. The Long Sixteenth Century : Part I 14. The Long Sixteenth Century : Part II

Week 5: 15. The European Economy in the 17th century: Part I 16. The European Economy in the 17th century: Part II 17. The Impact of 17th Century Crisis

Week 6: 18. Transition Debate-I 19. Transition Debate-II 20. Transition Debate-III  

Taught by

Prof. Subhas Ranjan Chakrobarty

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