GUIDING QUESTIONS 8.18-8.25

GUIDING QUESTIONS 8.18-8.25 - Course Introduction 8/18/2011

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Course Introduction 8/18/2011 Lecture/Discussion : 1. What does it mean to think of history as a form of “memory”? What are the implications of the comparison between “ making a history of European civilization” and remembering events in the past”? 2. What is meant by the term “periodization”? What are some of the problems with the concept of periodization? How has European history typically been divided up? Reform, Radicalism, and Revolution 8/23/2011 Lecture/Discussion : 1. Why are some of the events that help us to understand the Thirty Year’s War? What, for example, is the relevance of the Speyer meeting and the Protestant response in 1529? What is understood by the term cuius regio, eius religio , and how does this concept inform the events of 1618-1648? 2. What curious shift in religion and politics do we notice when we look at the course of the Thirty Years War? What does this have to do, for example, with Commander Albrecht von Wallenstein and, later, the pact between Gustavus Adolphus and France? 3.
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HIST E102 taught by Professor Mr.jones during the Fall '11 term at South Carolina.

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GUIDING QUESTIONS 8.18-8.25 - Course Introduction 8/18/2011

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