History 2

Conservation and Restoration
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Lecturer

Prerequisites
Not applicable

Objectives
The students should be familiarised with the key issues of modern history in connection with the major mediaeval issues with emphasis to culture articulated with political and social facts.
They should demonstrate critical and reflection skills.

Program
Part I. Mediaeval references of European Civilisation
Part II. The 15th century: The beginnings of Modern Age
Part III. The 16th century:the New Horizons (political, cultural and religious)
Part IV. The 18th century: the assertion of a new European balance
Part V. The first half of the 18th century: from the beginning of the Enlightenment to the end of the Old Regime.

Evaluation Methodology
Mid-term test (a minimum mark of 10/20 exempts students from examination).
They may write an optional essay to improve their test mark.
Oral examination as required.

Bibliography
- CORVISIER, A. (1977). O Mundo Moderno. s.l.: Círculo de Leitores
- CHAUNU, P. (1993). A Civilização da Europa Clássica. (Vol. 2 vs.). s.l.: Estampa
- CHAUNU, P. (2002). Tempo das Reformas, 1250-1550. (Vol. 2 vs.). s.l.: Edições 70
- DELUMEAU, J. (1991). A Civilização do Renascimento. (Vol. 2 vs.). Lisboa: Presença

Method of interaction
Lectures supported by audiovisual resources.
Theoretical-practical classes including an optional presentation (written and oral) focused on the analysis of a documentary source from one of the abovementioned periods.

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