The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages

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  • Author : Ian Wood
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press
  • Pages : 374 pages
  • ISBN : 0199650489
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The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages

The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages
  • Author : Ian Wood
  • Publisher : OUP Oxford
  • Release : 27 September 2013
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The Early Middle Ages, which marked the end of the Roman Empire and the creation of the kingdoms of Western Europe, was a period central to the formation of modern Europe. This period has often been drawn into a series of discourses that are more concerned with the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries than with the distant past. In The Modern Origins of the Early Middle Ages, Ian Wood explores how Western Europeans have looked back to the Middle Ages

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Networks and Neighbours
  • Author : Networks Neighbours
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 27 April 2015
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Networks and Neighbours is a refereed and peer-reviewed open-access, online journal concerned with varying types of inter-connectivity in the Early Middle Ages. Published biannually (July and January), the journal collects exceptional pieces of work by both postgraduate students and established academics with an aim to promote the study of how people and communities interacted within and without their own world and localities in the Early Middle Ages.Issue 3.1 (April 2015) is devoted to the topic of Migration: The movement of people,

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The Transformation of the Roman West
  • Author : Ian N. Wood
  • Publisher : ARC - Past Imperfect
  • Release : 13 June 2021
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The Church was at the heart of the political and social, as well as the religious changes that look place in the Roman West from the fourth to seventh centuries. In this concise and effective synthesis, Ian Wood considers some ways in which religion and the Church can be reintegrated into what has become a largely secular discourse, and he contends that the institutionalisation of the Church on a huge scale was a key factor in the transformation from an

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Between the Middle Ages and Modernity
  • Author : Charles H. Parker,Jerry H. Bentley,Professor of History Jerry H Bentley
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release : 13 June 2021
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This groundbreaking book examines the complex relationships between individuals and communities during the profound transitions of the early modern period. Historians have traditionally identified the origins of a modern individualist spirit in the European Renaissance and Reformation. Yet since the 1960s, evolving scholarship has challenged this perspective by calling into question its basic assumptions about individualism, its exclusive focus on elite individuals, and its inherent Eurocentric bias. Arguing that individual identity drew from traditional forms of community, these essays by

Texts and Identities in the Early Middle Ages

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  • Author : Richard Corradini
  • Publisher : Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Release : 13 June 2021
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For seven years, a collaboration between the Institute for Medieval Studies of the Austrian Academy of Sciences and the Universities of Utrecht, Cambridge, Leeds and Paris I, Sorbonne provided the opportunity for young researchers to discuss and coordinate their work. The title of the project and of this volume, Texts and identities, provides the framework for case studies in different fields of early medieval history. They include apparently disparate topics such as historiography and hagiography, monastic spaces and memories, lay

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Why Europe
  • Author : Michael Mitterauer
  • Publisher : University of Chicago Press
  • Release : 15 July 2010
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Why did capitalism and colonialism arise in Europe and not elsewhere? Why were parliamentarian and democratic forms of government founded there? What factors led to Europe’s unique position in shaping the world? Thoroughly researched and persuasively argued, Why Europe? tackles these classic questions with illuminating results. Michael Mitterauer traces the roots of Europe’s singularity to the medieval era, specifically to developments in agriculture. While most historians have located the beginning of Europe’s special path in the rise

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  • Author : Thomas Cahill
  • Publisher : Anchor
  • Release : 28 April 2010
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From the bestselling author of How the Irish Saved Civilization, a fascinating look at how medieval thinkers created the origins of modern intellectual movements. After the long period of decline known as the Dark Ages, medieval Europe experienced a rebirth of scholarship, art, literature, philosophy, and science and began to develop a vision of Western society that remains at the heart of Western civilization today, from the entry of women into professions that had long been closed to them to

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  • Author : Heiner Gillmeister
  • Publisher : A&C Black
  • Release : 01 October 1998
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Supported by a startling wealth of linguistic and documentary research, Gillmeister charts the global evolution of tennis from its origins in the early Middle Ages to the appearance of the modern game in the 20th century. Along the way, he debunks established myths about the history of the game, including those surrounding the invention of the Davis Cup. 136 illustrations, 16 in color.