From lectures

Hist 101 Midterm Study Guide
From lectures:
“The Renaissance”
“The Scientific Revolution”
“The Protestant Reformation”—as far as we get.
From readings:
Social Hierarchies
****Race and Slavery
****Wealth and Nobility
****Gender Roles
Politics and the State in Western Europe
Chapter 14
The Early Reformation
***The Christian Church in the Early 16th C.
***Martin Luther
***Protestant Thought
*The Appeal of Protestant Ideas
****The Radical Reformation and the German Peasants’ War
*The Reformation and Marriage
The Reformation and German Politics
*****The Rise of the Habsburg Dynasty
***The Political Impact of the Prot. Ref.
The Catholic Reformation
**Papal Reform and the Council of Trent
*New Religious Orders
Religious Violence
*****French Religious Wars
***The Netherlands Under Charles V
*The Great European Witch-Hunt
Seventeenth-Century Crisis and Rebuilding
**Peasant Life in the Midst of Crisis
***The Return of Serfdom in the East
*******The Thirty Years War
*****Achievements in State Building
****Warfare and the Growth of Army Size
***Popular Political Action
Chapter 17
The Scientific Revolution
****Scientific Thought in 1700
****Origins of the Scientific Revolution
*****The Copernican Hypothesis
******Brahe, Kepler, and Galileo
******Newton's Synthesis
*****Bacon, Descartes, and the Scientific Method
****Science and Society
From documentaries and films:
“The Medici”
Essay prompt:
Discuss the historical trajectory of Western Europe from the fall of Rome
through the Renaissance. Why do historians call the Renaissance in
Northern Italy and the Low Countries, and its spread throughout the West,
the birth of “Early Modern Europe.”
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