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Sylabus

Urban Societies in East-Central Europe, 1300 - 2000 (Visegrad Countries)

Vyučující:
Typ semináře:C
Semestr (Rok):Summer semester, winter semester
ANOTACE
the principal goal of the seminar is to investigate the basic parameters and contours of urban life in territories traditionally referred to by historians as peripheries. Some major aspects of urban civilization are explored in the Bohemian Lands, Royal Hungary and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth with some overlaps with Austria, Germany and Hungarian territories under the Ottoman sovereignty.
PROGRAM SEMINÁŘE / PŘEDNÁŠKY

Community and Society: Defining the City in a Historical Context

City as an Utopia

Urbanization 

Mobility and Migration

Reading the City: Symbolic Meaning of an Urban Space (Town Hall, square, ghetto, people on the periphery)

The Others in Town

Minorities and Unassimilated Groups

Urban government and urban law

City and the Reformation

Urban Economy

City and State

LITERATURA

Clark, P. – Lepetit, B. (eds.) (1995), Small Towns in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cowan, A. (1998), Urban Europe 1500 – 1700, London: Arnold.

Dickinson, R. E. (1961), The West European City: A geographical interpretation, London: Routledge & Kegan Paul.

Earle, P. (ed.) (1974), Essays in European Economic History 1500 – 1800, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Friedrichs, Ch. R. (1995), The Early Modern City 1450–1750, London – New York: Longman.

Friedrichs, Ch. R. (2000), Urban Politics in Early Modern Europe, Florence: Routledge.

Gero, A. – Poór, J. Budapest: A History from its beginnings to 1998, New York 1997.

Hohenberg, P. M. – Lees, L. H. (1995), The Making of Urban Europe 1000 – 1994, Cambridge/Massachusetts – London: Harvard University Press.

Knittler, H. Die europäische Stadt in der frühen Neuzeit, Wien/München 2000.

Maczak, A. – Samsonowicz, H. – Burke, P. (eds.), East-Central Europe in transition, Cambridge 1985.

McCagg, W. O. A History of Habsburg Jews, 1670 – 1918, Bloomington/Indianapolis 1989.

Nicholas, D. Urban Europe 1100 – 1700, Basingstoke – New York 2003.

Ozment, S. (1980), The Reformation in the Cities – The Appeal of Protestantism to Sixteenth-Century Germany and Switzerland, New Haven – London: Yale University Press.

Parker, G. (1988), The Military Revolution: Military Innovation and the Rise of the West 1500 – 1800, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Patai, R. (1996), The Jews of Hungary, Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Reinhard, W. (ed.) Power Elites and State Building (Oxford – New York: 1996).

Strauss, G. (1976), Nuremberg in the Sixteenth Century – city politics and life between middle ages and modern times, Bloomington & London: Indiana University Press.

Vries, J. de (1984), European Urbanization 1500–1800, London: Methuen.

Wallerstein, I. (1974), The modern world-system: Capitalist agriculture and the origins of the European world-economy in the 16th century, New York: Academic Press.

Weber, M. (1962), The City, New York: Collier Books.

Wrigley, E. A. People, cities and wealth: the transformation of traditional society, Oxford 1987.

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