20711193 - early modern history

The aim of the course is, on the one hand, to provide basic textbook knowledge of general history, especially European history in its global connections between the 15th and the first half of the 19th century; on the other hand, to enable students to acquire the analytical and methodological tools necessary for understanding and critically discussing the main factors behind the construction of so-called 'western modernity
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Mutuazione: 20711193 Storia moderna (per altri cdl) in Storia, territorio e società globale L-42 BROGGIO PAOLO


The main phenomena and turning points of European history between the end of the fifteenth and the first half of the nineteenth century will be examined and critically analyzed, also in the fundamental dimension of the relations with other cultures and civilizations.

Core Documentation

Carlo Capra, Storia moderna 1492-1848, Firenze, Le Monnier Università, 2021.
Paolo Prodi, La storia moderna, Bologna, Il Mulino, 2005.