early modern period

The World Beyond EuropeThe World Beyond Europe
A strange choice of lecture topic given the module is called ‘The European World’
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The Bible in Environmental Ethics: a re-Visioning of Rachel Carson’s Apocalyptic Language in Silent SpringThe Bible in Environmental Ethics: a re-Visioning of Rachel Carson’s Apocalyptic Language in Silent Spring
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Unit outlineUnit outline
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Advisement • Individual AdvisingAdvisement • Individual Advising
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Michael Hardt / Antonio NegriMichael Hardt / Antonio Negri
Men fight and lose the battle, and the thing that they fought for comes about in spite of their defeat, and then it turns out not to be what they meant, and other men have to fight for what they meant under another name
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Rpm volume 15, Number 13, March 24 to March 30, 2013Rpm volume 15, Number 13, March 24 to March 30, 2013
Catholicism, which had been maintained by civil and military force, and Lutheranism, which survived in becoming a religion of politics, Calvinism had, for the most part, only its consistent logic and its fidelity to the Scriptures
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Cities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern EuropeCities and Science: Urban History and the History of Science in the Study of Early Modern and Modern Europe
Supported by Pasts, Inc. Center for Historical Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
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The Becoming of Goa Space and Culture in the Emergence of a Multicultural LifeworldThe Becoming of Goa Space and Culture in the Emergence of a Multicultural Lifeworld
I will attempt to reconstruct in this presentation the becoming of Goa as a gradual broadening of identificatory spatial frameworks and as a process of contestation, reconciliation and inven­tion of spatial images
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McKay – Chapter 16: The Age of European Expansion and Religious Wars – pp. 544 – 546 – European Slavery and the Origins of American Racism, McKay – Chapter 20: Africa, 1400 – 1800 and Chapter 28McKay – Chapter 16: The Age of European Expansion and Religious Wars – pp. 544 – 546 – European Slavery and the Origins of American Racism, McKay – Chapter 20: Africa, 1400 – 1800 and Chapter 28
Nation Building in the Western Hemisphere and in Australia – pp. 932 – 936 – Black Slavery in the South
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Global History, Imperial History and Connected Histories of EmpireGlobal History, Imperial History and Connected Histories of Empire
Such an approach would draw on the diverse methodologies developed by Imperial and Global historians who seek to write both “comparative” and “connected” histories. We point the way towards histories that are more than imperial
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