History 121A December 7, 2006 Religious Fragmentation Religion and culture shifted and altered in the second half of the 16 th century There was a sense of a unified culture that emerged Apart from the highly learned culture, discretely merged the up
Rosala Gil Asenjo
1. How would you describe bourgeois or middle class society of the period c.
1830-1900? What were its major characteristics, the concrete changes it
brought to Europe, its successes and failings by the eve of the Great War?
History 121A Professor Sabean November 9, 2006 The Family and its Structure Family, Women, and Youth and how it ties with Property Rural areas are very similar to urban areas, in terms of family; greater control of marriage * Young people could arra
History 121A Professor Sabean Lecture 15 November 16, 2006 Late Medieval Piety: New Tendencies in Religious Practice The church is not a single set of thoughts; the church is very complex and complicated A simple complex dogma Christ is not only b
History 121A Lecture 16 November 21, 2006 Lutheran Reformation Martin Luther bringing the "simple gospel" to every man and every woman (scripturally based faith) Indulgences = pieces of paper that came from Rome that was supposed to buy you days fro
History 121A December 5, 2006 Final next Wednesday 11:30-2:30pm All of the books will be included on the final The Pyrrhonist Conclusion: Montaigne This was a period of hardened decisions and dogmatic theology Growth of dogmatic theology and controve
Luther on Christian liberty: 1. A Christian is a perfectly free lord of all, subject to none 2. A Christian is a dutiful servant to all subject to all * Out of Love just as Christ did * 1 Corinthians 9:13 (Paul's ideas) External factors don't produ
The Reformation: Revolution in pastoral care Changed the structure of the clergy And the function and role Rooted in the education and primarily rooted in universities Began by catholic practices which was meant to buy your way out of purgatory Const
History 121A Lecture 17 November 28, 2006 This Thursday discussion on the reading for the next paper (Sexuality of Christ) Bring questions and reading of Steinberg Attendance will be taken closely Thursday as well Final: Three Questions; at least on
History 121A The Renaissance Professor Sabean Lecture 10 - October 31, 2006 "Village Self-Government: The Rise of Communal Institutions" Rural history in each nation is written differently because it was handled differently. No one can grasp the rur
History 121A Professor Sabean Lecture 11 November 2, 2006 Popular Culture and Forms of Resistance Anthropologists approached things in holistic terms; they tried to look at a whole structure and see each culture as unique and understand the belief s
Rosala Gil Asenjo
3. Which forces and changes pushed forward the transformation of Europe from a
continent ruled by monarchs and oligarchies to one in which representative,
parliamentary systems came to play major roles in political life of the continent?