The Oxford handbook of early modern European history, 1350-1750. Volume 1, Peoples and place
Hamish M. Scott (Contributor)
This Handbook re-examines the concept of early modern history in a European and global context. Volume I addresses social and cultural identity, examining structural factors such as climate, printing and the revolution in information, economic developments, and religion, including chapters on Orthodoxy, Judaism and Islam.
Print Book, English, 2015
Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2015
1. Introduction: 'Early Modern' Europe and the Idea of Early Modernity ; 2. The Early Modern Emergence of 'Europe'? ; 3. Weather, Climate, and the Environment ; 4. Disease and Medicine ; 5. Demography ; 6. Time ; 7. Travel and Communications ; 8. Print and Printedness ; 9. Languages and Literacy ; 10. A Revolution in Information? ; 11. Economic and Social Trends ; 12. The Social Order ; 13. Families and Households ; 14. Sexual Identity and the Family ; 15. Consumption and Material Life ; 16. The Agrarian West ; 17. The Agrarian East ; 18. Country and Town in Mediterranean Europe ; 19. Towns and Urbanisation ; 20. Manufacturing ; 21. The Christian Church, 1370-1550 ; 22. Protestantism and Its Adherents ; 23. Early Modern Catholicism ; 24. The World of Orthodoxy ; 25. The Transformations of Judaism ; 26. Islam within Europe ; 27. The Culture of Peoples ; 28. Belief and its Limits