História de Portugal 2

Conservação e Restauro
4 ECTS; 2º Ano, 2º Semestre, 30,0 T + 15,0 TP + 2,0 OT

Lecturer
- Maria Madalena Giraldes Barba Pessoa Jorge Oudinot Larcher

Prerequisites
Not applicable

Objectives
The students ahould have acquired basic knowledge of the major events in history from the 15th to late 18th century with particular emphasis on maritime expansion - a key factor for the humanistic and cosmopolitan character of Renaissance.

Program
PART I. The 15th century: the birth of Modernity
PART II: The 16th century: The birth of a modern state and the construction of the Empire.
PART III: The Philippine era (1581-1640)
PART IV: The Restoration period (1640-1668)
PART V: From the consolidation of the Bragança Dynasty to the end of the Old regime (1668-1750)
PART VI. King Joseph (1750-1777)
PART VII. The kingdom of Queen Mary I

Evaluation Methodology
Mid-term test with 10/20 required to pass.
Optional essay to improve previous mark (arithmetic average with the test).
Oral examination as required.

Bibliography
- ALBUQUERQUE, L. (1994). Dicionário de História dos Descobrimentos Portugueses. (Vol. 2 vs.). Lisboa: Caminho
- MATTOSO, J. (1992). História de Portugal. (Vol. v.3 e 4). Lisboa: Círculo de Leitores
- VERÍSSIMO SERRÃO, J. (1991). História de Portugal. (Vol. v.4 e 5). Lisboa: Verbo
- AZEVEDO, J. (1921). História dos Cristãos Novos Portugueses. Lisboa: Livraria Clássica

Method of interaction
Lectures supported by audiovisual resources.
Theoretical/practical classes focused on the analysis of historic documents from the abovementioned times.

Software used in class