21801343 - MODERN HISTORY

The course aims to offer a general knowledge of the fundamental lines of the modern history from the fifteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth and to deepen its critical-interpretative learning through some historiographical itineraries on specific topics and the study of social, economic, political and cultural aspects that connect the Modern Age with the contemporary world.

AUBERT ALBERTO

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Programme

The course aims to offer a general knowledge of the fundamental lines of the modern history from the fifteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth and to deepen its critical-interpretative learning through some historiographical itineraries on specific topics and the study of social, economic, political and cultural aspects that connect the Modern Age with the contemporary world.
Specifically, the following topics will be covered:
Crisis of Italian States in the XVI century
Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Religious crisis in Italy in the XVI century
Economic growth, social structure of modern Europe and the origins of globalization
The Netherlands in the XVII century
Formation of the modern State in Europe
English revolutions
French Revolution.


Core Documentation

A. Aubert - P. Simoncelli, Storia moderna. Dalla formazione degli Stati nazionali alle egemonie inernazionali, Bari, Cacucci, 2001 (tranne i capitoli I, XIV, XV, XVI e XXIII)

Moreover, students will need to choose an additional book within this list:
- Elena Bonora, La Controriforma, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2020 (I ed. 2001);
- Lucia Felici, La Riforma protestante nell'Europa del Cinquecento, Roma, Carocci, 2016;
- Maria Fusaro, Reti commerciali e traffici globali in età moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2008;
- Jack Goldstone, Perché l’Europa? L’ascesa dell'occidente nella storia mondiale. 1500-1850, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Marco Pellegrini, Le guerre d’Italia 1494-1559, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2017 (I ed. 2009);
- Wolfgang Reinhard, Storia dello stato moderno, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Georg Schmidt, La guerra dei Trent’anni, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015.

Reference Bibliography

No additional bibliografic reference.

Type of evaluation

Oral test

AUBERT ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

The course aims to offer a general knowledge of the fundamental lines of the modern history from the fifteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth and to deepen its critical-interpretative learning through some historiographical itineraries on specific topics and the study of social, economic, political and cultural aspects that connect the Modern Age with the contemporary world.
Specifically, the following topics will be covered:
Crisis of Italian States in the XVI century
Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Religious crisis in Italy in the XVI century
Economic growth, social structure of modern Europe and the origins of globalization
The Netherlands in the XVII century
Formation of the modern State in Europe
English revolutions
French Revolution.


Core Documentation

A. Aubert - P. Simoncelli, Storia moderna. Dalla formazione degli Stati nazionali alle egemonie inernazionali, Bari, Cacucci, 2001 (tranne i capitoli I, XIV, XV, XVI e XXIII)

Moreover, students will need to choose an additional book within this list:
- Elena Bonora, La Controriforma, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2020 (I ed. 2001);
- Lucia Felici, La Riforma protestante nell'Europa del Cinquecento, Roma, Carocci, 2016;
- Maria Fusaro, Reti commerciali e traffici globali in età moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2008;
- Jack Goldstone, Perché l’Europa? L’ascesa dell'occidente nella storia mondiale. 1500-1850, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Marco Pellegrini, Le guerre d’Italia 1494-1559, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2017 (I ed. 2009);
- Wolfgang Reinhard, Storia dello stato moderno, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Georg Schmidt, La guerra dei Trent’anni, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015.

Reference Bibliography

No additional bibliografic reference.

Type of evaluation

Oral test

AUBERT ALBERTO

teacher profile | teaching materials

Programme

The course aims to offer a general knowledge of the fundamental lines of the modern history from the fifteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth and to deepen its critical-interpretative learning through some historiographical itineraries on specific topics and the study of social, economic, political and cultural aspects that connect the Modern Age with the contemporary world.
Specifically, the following topics will be covered:
Crisis of Italian States in the XVI century
Reformation and Counter-Reformation
Religious crisis in Italy in the XVI century
Economic growth, social structure of modern Europe and the origins of globalization
The Netherlands in the XVII century
Formation of the modern State in Europe
English revolutions
French Revolution.


Core Documentation

A. Aubert - P. Simoncelli, Storia moderna. Dalla formazione degli Stati nazionali alle egemonie inernazionali, Bari, Cacucci, 2001 (tranne i capitoli I, XIV, XV, XVI e XXIII)

Moreover, students will need to choose an additional book within this list:
- Elena Bonora, La Controriforma, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2020 (I ed. 2001);
- Lucia Felici, La Riforma protestante nell'Europa del Cinquecento, Roma, Carocci, 2016;
- Maria Fusaro, Reti commerciali e traffici globali in età moderna, Roma-Bari, Laterza, 2008;
- Jack Goldstone, Perché l’Europa? L’ascesa dell'occidente nella storia mondiale. 1500-1850, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Marco Pellegrini, Le guerre d’Italia 1494-1559, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2017 (I ed. 2009);
- Wolfgang Reinhard, Storia dello stato moderno, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2010;
- Georg Schmidt, La guerra dei Trent’anni, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2015.

Reference Bibliography

No additional bibliografic reference.

Type of evaluation

Oral test