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e-Book Towards a Social History of Early Modern Dutch (Meertens Ethnology Lectures) download

e-Book Towards a Social History of Early Modern Dutch (Meertens Ethnology Lectures) download

by Peter Burke

ISBN: 9053568611
ISBN13: 978-9053568613
Language: English
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press (October 15, 2006)
Pages: 36
Category: Humanities
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Now, cultural historian Peter Burke demonstrates the key role these changes played in the growth of early modern Dutch

Now, cultural historian Peter Burke demonstrates the key role these changes played in the growth of early modern Dutch. Placing these trends in a pan-European context, Burke’s analysis of the evolution of Dutch will prove to be illuminating reading for cultural historians in a variety of fields.

In recent decades the political history of early modern Europe has re-invented itself in. .Throughout the degree, students work towards a dissertation.

In recent decades the political history of early modern Europe has re-invented itself in dialogue with social, economic and cultural history. Analyses of state formation and political culture have aspired to replace biographies of statesmen, narratives of party struggle and genealogies of institutional development. These examples will come mainly from the literature on early modern Europe, which has had an influential role in the tradition of microhistory, but we may also consider examples from early American, and modern European history depending on student interests. Recent topics have included

Now, cultural historian Peter Burke demonstrates the key role these changes played in the growth of early modern Dutch.

Now, cultural historian Peter Burke demonstrates the key role these changes played in the growth of early modern Dutch. ISBN13:9789053568613.

In 'A Social History of Knowledge,' Peter Burke provides a thorogh introduction to the evolution of knowledge throughout the Renaissance and Enlightenment. This book is a great read for anyone interested in how we developed our information apparatus.

Advanced Holdings Burke, Peter. Other Authors: EBSCO Publishing (Firm). Series: Meertens ethnology ; cahier 1.

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Early Modern European History field reading list Fernand Braudel, The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible George Huppert, After the Black Death Robert Mandrou, Introduction to Modern France, 1500-1640

Early Modern European History field reading list Fernand Braudel, The Structures of Everyday Life: The Limits of the Possible George Huppert, After the Black Death Robert Mandrou, Introduction to Modern France, 1500-1640. An Essay in Historical Psychology Roger Chartier, e. A History of Private Life, III: The Passions of the Renaissance Philippe Aries, Centuries of Childhood: A Social History Merry Wiesner, Women and Gender in Early Modern Europe Peter Burke, Popular Culture in Early Modern Europe Brian Levack, The Witch-hunt in Early Modern Europe Heiko Oberman, Luther: Man Between God and.

Towards a Social History of Early Modern Dutch. Amsterdam University Press. The Meertens Ethnology Cahiers are revised texts of the Meertens Ethnology Lectures. Towards a Social History of Early Modern Dutch.

From the sixteenth through the eighteenth centuries, patterns of living and communication in the Netherlands transformed dramatically due to developments such as the rise of cities and the invention of the printing press. Now, cultural historian Peter Burke demonstrates the key role these changes played in the growth of early modern Dutch. Burke casts a wide net in order to reveal the factors that led to alterations in the Dutch language, exploring, for example, the ever-changing relationship between the vernacular and Latin, the incorporation of words from other languages, and the birth of a movement toward standardization. Placing these trends in a pan-European context, Burke’s analysis of the evolution of Dutch will prove to be illuminating reading for cultural historians in a variety of fields.
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