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The Western Perspective The Middle Ages to World War I, Volume B: 1300 to 1815 (with InfoTrac)

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Summary

This is Volume B of THE WESTERN CIVILIZATION, Second Edition. True to its title, THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE focuses on the Western experience, while also placing that experience in the wider context of developments in Africa, Asia, the Americas, and the Pacific. Accessible and clearly written, Cannistraro and Reich's text illustrates the causal connections across cultures and historical periods, conveying the record of human struggle and achievement, of conflict and community, of cultural diversity, of economic and technological developments, and of social change. The text's unique cultural perspective and theme and its unusually rich coverage of cultural history offer vivid images that communicate the full range of human experience. The "Perspectives" theme, which appears in every part and topic opener and in features, gives the book its unifying motif. Meanwhile, the book's flexible, modular structure ensures that you can easily adapt the text to your syllabus. THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE is also available in the following split options: THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Complete Volume, Second Edition (Contains Parts I-VIII) ISBN: 053461065X; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Volume I: To 1715, Second Edition (Contains Parts I-VI) ISBN: 0534610668; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Volume II: Since 1500, Second Edition (Contains Parts IV-VIII) ISBN: 0534610676; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Volume A: To 1500, Second Edition (Contains Parts I-IV) ISBN: 0534610692; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Volume B: 1300-1815, Second Edition (Contains Parts III-VII) ISBN: 0534610706; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Volume C: 1789-Present, Second Edition (Contains Parts VI-VIII) ISBN: 0534610714; THE WESTERN PERSPECTIVE, Alternative Volume: Since 1300, Second Edition (Parts III-VIII, Topics 20-95) ISBN: 0534610684.

Table of Contents

PART III Medieval Europe
198(138)
Politics After Rome: The Germanic Kingdoms
201(9)
The Germanic Migrations and the West
202(1)
Germanic Society: Warfare, Kinship, and Family
202(2)
Visigoths, Ostrogoths, and Lombards: German Kingdoms in Southern Europe
204(1)
The Franks and Christianity
205(1)
The Making of Anglo-Saxon England
206(2)
German Customs and Roman Traditions: The Formation of Europe
208(2)
Early Medieval Christianity
210(9)
Christianity and the Classical Heritage
211(1)
The City of God: Augustine and His Vision
212(1)
The Papacy and the Primacy of Rome
213(2)
The Monastic Ideal
215(1)
Women, Christianity, and the Church
216(3)
Byzantium: The Eastern Empire
219(11)
New Rome in the East: The Successors of Constantine
220(1)
Justinian and the Imperial Quest
221(1)
Byzantium under Stress: Military Threat and Religious Conflict
222(1)
Byzantium in the North: The Slavs
223(1)
Artistic Splendor in the Byzantine World
224(2)
Economic Vitality and Social Inequality
226(4)
Across Cultures Bishop Liutprand in Constantinople
226(4)
Europe and Islam
230(9)
The Arabian Peninsula and Its Peoples
231(1)
Muhammad, the Founder of Islam
231(2)
Islam and the Mediterranean: Conquest, Conversion, and Settlement
233(1)
Spain and Sicily: Muslim Rule in Europe
234(2)
Science and Culture: The Islamic Impact on the West
236(3)
The First Europe: The West in the Age of Charlemagne
239(13)
The Carolingians
240(1)
Charlemagne: From Frankish King to Holy Roman Emperor
240(4)
Perspectives from the Past Charlemagne and His Government
242(2)
The Carolingian Renaissance
244(2)
Manorialism and the Carolingian Economy
246(2)
The Disintegration of the Carolingian Empire
248(4)
The Social Order of Medieval Europe
252(11)
The Feudal System: The Search for Security in an Age of Uncertainty
253(1)
Rural Europe: Peasants and Aristocrats
253(3)
The Revival of Trade and Emergence of Cities
256(2)
Jewish Life in the Middle Ages
258(2)
Medieval Women: The Private and Public Spheres
260(1)
The Clergy and Secular Society
261(2)
The Feudal Monarchies
263(10)
Norman and Angevin England: The Development of Royal Administration
264(1)
Public Figures and Private Lives Matilda of Flanders and William the Conqueror
265(2)
France and the Capetian Monarchy: Nobles versus the King
267(2)
German Kings and the Lure of Empire: From Otto I to Frederick Barbarossa
269(1)
The Reconquista and the Kingdoms of Medieval Spain
270(3)
The Militant Church: Reform and the Papacy
273(14)
Reform and Renewal in the Church
274(1)
The Investiture Controversy
275(2)
Schism and the Crisis of Byzantium
277(1)
The Era of the Crusades
278(3)
The Age of Innocent III
281(4)
Historical Perspectives Francis of Assisi
282(3)
The Rise of Popular Devotion
285(2)
Scholars, Troubadours, and Builders
287(8)
The First Universities
288(1)
Scholasticism: Faith, Reality, and Reason
289(2)
Songs of Love and Battle: Heroic Epics and Troubadour Poetry
291(1)
A New Musical Language: The Polyphonic Style
292(1)
Architects and Sculptors: The Romanesque Cathedral
293(2)
Monarchy and Its Limits: Government in the High Middle Ages
295(10)
Political Theory and Church-State Relations in the High Middle Ages
296(1)
England: Magna Carta and the Evolution of Parliament
297(1)
The Consolidation of the French Monarchy
298(3)
Stupor Mundi: Frederick of Hohenstaufen and the Imperial Dream
301(4)
Art and Ideas in the Gothic Age
305(9)
Faith versus Reason: The Heirs of Aquinas
306(1)
The Climax of Medieval Literature: Dante's Divine Comedy
306(1)
The Gothic Cathedral
307(2)
Sculpture and Painting in the Gothic Age: Art in Transition
309(5)
The Fourteenth Century: Stress and Change in European Society
314(12)
Overpopulation and Its Consequences
315(1)
The Plague
315(2)
Bad Times and Social Protest: Peasants and Workers in Revolt
317(5)
Perspectives from the Past The Black Death
318(4)
The Church in Captivity: Schism and the Popes at Avignon
322(4)
The Late Middle Ages
326(10)
Agriculture, Trade, and Finance
327(1)
European Society Before and After the Black Death
328(4)
Historical Perspectives Gender in Medieval Society
330(2)
The Life of Women
332(1)
Humanism: The Classical Sources of a New Spirit
333(3)
PART IV The Renaissance and Reformation
336(90)
The Age of the New Monarchs
339(9)
The Hundred Years' War and Its Aftermath
340(2)
The Valois Kings and the Revival of France
342(2)
Public Figures and Private Lives Margaret of Anjou and Henry VI of England
343(1)
England and the Rise of the Tudors
344(1)
Spain: From Aragon and Castile to Hapsburg Monarchy
345(3)
Power and Culture in Renaissance Italy
348(9)
Politics, Class, and Civic Identity: The Italian City-States
349(3)
The Intellectual World of the Early Renaissance
352(2)
Public Figures and Private Lives Isabella d'Este and Francesco Gonzaga
353(1)
Patronage and Statecraft in Renaissance Italy
354(1)
Italy and Europe: Power Politics and the Art of Diplomacy
354(3)
The Visual Arts of the Italian Renaissance
357(16)
The ``Modern Style'': Donatello, Brunelleschi, and Masaccio
358(1)
Tradition and Experiment: The Later Quattrocento
359(3)
Across Cultures Charles Dickens on Renaissance Italy
360(2)
Harmony and Design in the High Renaissance
362(2)
Harmony and Color: The Painting of the Venetian Republic
364(9)
Perspectives from the Past Art and Artists in the Renaissance
366(7)
Arts and Letters in Renaissance Europe
373(9)
The Printing Revolution
374(1)
The Northern Humanists: Education for a Christian Society
375(1)
The Courtier and The Prince: Handbooks of Renaissance Strategy
376(1)
The Conquest of Reality: Renaissance Art in the North
377(2)
Music in the High Renaissance
379(3)
Upheaval and Transformation in Eastern Europe
382(10)
The Collapse of Byzantium
383(1)
The Ottomans and the European Response
384(2)
Hungary, Bohemia, and Poland
386(2)
The Growth of the Principality of Moscow
388(4)
The Era of Reconnaissance
392(13)
Europeans and the World: The Early Travelers
393(2)
Geography and Technology
395(2)
The Portuguese Initiative
397(3)
Perspectives from the Past The Portuguese in the Wider World
398(2)
Spain, the Americas, and the European Economy
400(5)
The Reformation
405(10)
The Roots of Reform: Popular Discontent and the Crisis of the Western Church
406(1)
``Here I Stand'': Martin Luther and the German Reformation
407(2)
The Lutheran Movement: Peasant Rebellion and Aristocratic Strife
409(1)
The Advance of Protestantism in Continental Europe
410(2)
The Break with Rome: Henry VIII and the English Church
412(3)
The Social Worlds of the Renaissance and Reformation
415(11)
Class, Mobility, and Changing Values
416(2)
Education, Marriage, and the Family
418(1)
The Burdens of Gender: Women in a Changed World
419(2)
Outsiders in Christian Europe: Jews, Muslims, and Blacks
421(5)
Historical Perspectives The First Africans in Europe
422(4)
PART V The Early Modern World
426(72)
Catholic Reform and the Counter-Reformation
429(9)
The Catholic Church and the Spirit of Renewal
430(1)
Education and Conversion: The Jesuits and the Ursulines
431(2)
The War Against the Heretics: The Sacred Congregation of the Holy Office
433(5)
Historical Perspectives The Social Life of European Jewry
434(4)
Catholic Spain and the Struggle for Supremacy
438(8)
Religion and Monarchy: The Reign of Philip II
439(2)
Spain and Its Overseas Empire
441(1)
Rebellion in the Netherlands: Religious Freedom and Political Independence
441(3)
Spain versus England: The Armada Disaster
444(2)
Crown and Parliament in Tudor-Stuart England
446(8)
Elizabeth I and the Politics of Compromise
447(1)
Toward Confrontation: James I and Parliament
448(1)
Charles I and the Civil War
449(2)
The Protectorate: The Dictatorship of Oliver Cromwell
451(3)
Religious War and the Ascendancy of the French Monarchy
454(11)
Religious Conflict: From the St. Bartholomew's Day Massacre to the Edict of Nantes
455(3)
The Cardinals and the State: The Administrations of Richelieu and Mazarin
458(2)
Public Figures and Private Lives Marie de' Medici and Henry IV of France
458(2)
A Scandal in Bohemia: The Protestant Revolt and the Thirty Years' War
460(2)
From the Swedish Victory to the French Intervention
462(3)
Patterns of Life in a Time of Upheaval
465(12)
Health and Medicine
466(1)
Changing Tastes: Food and Diet
467(5)
Perspectives from the Past Food and the Columbian Exchange
470(2)
The Social Pattern of Housing
472(2)
Clothing, Fashion, and Class
474(3)
The European Economy and Overseas Empire
477(9)
Trade, Finance, and Prices
478(2)
Merchant Capitalists and the State
480(1)
The Heyday of the Dutch Republic
481(1)
Global Competition: The India Companies
482(4)
The Baroque Era
486(12)
Emotion and Illusionism: The Affirmation of Baroque Art
487(2)
The Making of Baroque Rome: Caravaggio and Bernini
489(1)
Rembrandt and His Contemporaries in Northern Europe
490(1)
Music for a New Public: The Birth of Opera and the Works of Bach
491(2)
The Golden Age of Literature: Shakespeare and Cervantes
493(5)
Public Figures and Private Lives Anna Magdalena and Johann Sebastian Bach
493(1)
Across Cultures Shakespeare and Posterity
494(4)
PART VI The Old Regime
498(108)
The Scientific Revolution and Western Thought
501(8)
The Weight of Tradition: God, Nature, and the World
502(1)
Redefining the Universe: From Copernicus to Galileo
502(2)
Medicine and the Human Body
504(1)
The Scientific Method: Bacon, Descartes, and Pascal
505(1)
Newton and the Laws of the Natural Universe
506(3)
Southern Europe: Spain, Italy, and the Mediterranean
509(8)
The Eclipse of the Mediterranean
510(1)
From Hapsburg to Bourbon Spain
511(2)
Europe and the Italian States
513(4)
Absolute Monarchy: Louis XIV and the Divine Right of Kings
517(11)
``I Am the State'': The Absolutist Government
518(3)
Nobles, Jansenists, and Huguenots: The Domestic Opposition
521(3)
Historical Perspectives Louis XIV: A Bureaucratic King
522(2)
War, Diplomacy, and the Quest for French Hegemony
524(4)
England and the Rise of Constitutional Monarchy
528(11)
The Stuart Restoration
529(1)
The Glorious Revolution
530(1)
The Glorious Revolution
530(9)
Perspectives from the Past Resistance and Revolution
532(3)
The Cabinet System and the House of Commons
535(4)
Central Europe and the Shifting Balance of Power
539(8)
The Fiction of the Holy Roman Empire
540(1)
The Hapsburgs Turn East: The Turkish Defeat
540(2)
The Rise of the Hohenzollerns
542(1)
The Great Elector: Junkers and Army in Prussia
543(4)
The Baltic and Eastern Europe in Transition
547(10)
The Emergence of Russia
548(1)
Peter the Great and the Allure of the West
549(2)
The Great Northern War and the Founding of St. Petersburg
551(3)
Across Cultures Catherine Wilmot in Russia
552(2)
The Collapse of the Swedish Empire
554(1)
Poland: The Triumph of the Nobility
554(3)
The Culture of the Old Regime
557(9)
The Arts in Transition
558(1)
Tragedy and Comedy at the Court of Louis XIV
558(1)
Academies and Salons in the Republic of Letters
559(2)
Public Figures and Private Lives Elizabeth Robinson Montagu and Edward Montagu
560(1)
The Popular Press, Novels, and the Circulation of Ideas
561(1)
The Art of the Rococo
562(1)
The Classical Style in Music: Mozart and Haydn
563(3)
Europe and the World Economy
566(11)
Toward a World Economy
567(2)
The Slave Trade
569(4)
Historical Perspectives The Slave Trade and the European Economy
570(3)
The Speculation Craze: Stock Booms and Crashes
573(4)
The Global Conflict: Wars for Empire
577(9)
Britain versus Spain in the West Indies
578(1)
Dynasty and Power Politics: The War of the Austrian Succession
579(1)
The Struggle for North America: The Ascendancy of Britain
580(2)
The Seven Years' War and the Success of Prussia
582(4)
European Society in the Eighteenth Century
586(11)
Society and the Old Regime
587(2)
Agriculture and the World of the Peasantry
589(2)
Aristocrats, Urban Classes, and the Poor
591(3)
Women and the Old Regime
594(3)
Public Figures and Private Lives Jeanne Becu du Barry and Louis XV
595(2)
The Age of Reason
597(9)
The Seeds of the Enlightenment
598(1)
The Philosophes: The Battle Against Superstition
598(2)
``The Infamous Thing'': Voltaire and Natural Morality
600(1)
Science and Society: Social and Economic Thought
601(5)
Perspectives from the Past The Age of Reason
602(4)
PART VII The Modern Age
606(241)
The Politics of Enlightenment: Europe and America
609(13)
The Political Thought of the Philosophies
610(1)
Josef II and the Failure of the Austrian Enlightenment
611(2)
``First Servant of the State'': Friedrich the Great of Prussia
613(1)
Enlightenment in the East: Russia from Catherine to Alexander
614(4)
Historical Perspectives How Enlightened Were the Enlightened Despots?
616(2)
The Great Experiment: The Enlightenment and the American Revolution
618(4)
The Industrial Revolution
622(10)
The Origins of the Industrial Revolution
623(1)
Technology and Invention in the Age of Steam
624(2)
From Cottage to Factory: The Growth of Industrial Capitalism
626(2)
Industrialization and the European Economy
628(2)
Workers, Machines, and Labor Protest
630(2)
Revolution in France: Liberty, Terror, Reaction
632(15)
The Third Estate and the ``Rights of Man''
633(3)
The Ascendancy of the Moderates
636(3)
The Radicals in Power: The Reign of Terror
639(6)
Historical Perspectives The Historians' French Revolution
642(3)
Return from the Brink: From Thermidor to the Directory
645(2)
Europe in the Napoleonic Era
647(11)
The Rise of Bonaparte: From Consul to Emperor
648(2)
Europe and the French Imperium
650(3)
The Grand Experiment: Occupation and Reform
653(1)
The European Coalition and the Collapse of France
654(4)
Restoration and Resistance in the Age of Metternich
658(11)
The Congress of Vienna and the Search for Stability
659(1)
The Restoration and the Conservative Order
660(2)
The Concert of Europe
662(1)
France and the Politics of Compromise
663(3)
Conservatism Challenged: Political Unrest and Constitutionalism in Britain
666(3)
The New Social Order: Workers, Women, and the Middle Class
669(13)
European Society in Transition
670(3)
The Condition of the Working Class
673(2)
The Comfortable Bourgeoisie
675(1)
Women in a Revolutionary Age
676(1)
Marriage, Family, and Sex
677(5)
Perspectives from the Past The Rights of Women
678(4)
The Romantic Vision: Art and Culture in a Revolutionary World
682(10)
Neoclassicism and the Rediscovery of Antiquity
683(1)
Romanticism and the Discovery of Self
684(1)
The Romantic Movement in Germany
684(1)
``Spirit of the Age'': The English Romantic Poets
685(1)
Painting and Politics
686(3)
Public Figures and Private Lives Mary Wollstonecraft and Percy Bysshe Shelley
688(1)
Beethoven and the Heroic Ideal
689(3)
Thought and Action: The Revolutions of 1848
692(10)
Liberals, Nationalists, and Socialists: Revolutionaries and Their Ideals
693(2)
A Time for Change: The Roots of Discontent
695(2)
Europe at the Barricades: The Pattern of Revolt
697(2)
Hopes Crushed: The Reactionaries Triumphant
699(1)
The Revolutionary Experience and Its Meaning
700(2)
The Liberal State: Domestic Politics in Britain and France
702(9)
Sir Robert Peel and the Rise of the Political Party System
703(1)
Britain in the Age of Victoria and Albert
703(1)
Liberals, Conservatives, and the Politics of Reform
704(1)
Louis Napoleon and the Second French Republic
705(1)
Napoleon III and the Second Empire
706(2)
France and the Politics of Empire
708(3)
Austria and Russia: Conservatism Entrenched
711(8)
The Austrian Empire: A Multiethnic State in the Age of Nationalism
712(1)
The Ausgleich: Illusion of the Dual Monarchy
713(1)
Russia under the Tsars: The Emancipation of the Serfs
714(2)
Reform and Reaction under Alexander II
716(3)
Diplomacy and War: The Age of Nation Building
719(14)
Italy, Germany, and the United States: Paths to Unification
720(1)
Piedmont and the Italian Question
720(2)
Cavour versus Garibaldi: Unification Achieved
722(4)
Perspectives from the Past The Risorgimento
724(2)
Bismarck and the Struggle for Power in Prussia
726(3)
The Birth of the Second Reich
729(2)
Nationalism, Regionalism, and the American Civil War
731(2)
Technology and the European Economy
733(10)
The Great Exhibition of 1851: The Promise of Technology
734(1)
Continental Industry Comes of Age
735(3)
The Railroad Era
738(2)
Modernizing the European Economy: Trade, Finance, and the Corporation
740(3)
Middle-Class Values and Working-Class Realities
743(12)
The Urbanization of Europe
744(3)
Victorian Virtues: The Theory and Practice of the Bourgeoisie
747(1)
Women and the Cult of Domesticity
748(2)
The Urban Poor and Social Reform
750(2)
Karl Marx and the Vision of a New Social Order
752(3)
Arts, Ideas, and Social Consciousness
755(10)
Auguste Comte and the Philosophy of Positivism
756(1)
Charles Darwin and the Case for Natural Selection
756(1)
Science and Religion in a Changing World
757(1)
The Writer as Critic: Social Realism and the Novel
758(1)
Music and the Rise of National Consciousness
759(2)
The Image of Society in the Visual Arts
761(4)
Politics and National Development in Europe, 1870--1914
765(12)
Political Repression and Parliamentary Rule
766(2)
Great Britain: From Victoria to Edward
768(1)
France and the Dilemmas of the Third Republic
769(2)
Germany and Italy: The Problems of Nationhood
771(3)
The Pace of Development: North and South
774(3)
The Crisis of Empire in Eastern Europe
777(11)
The Sunset of the Austro-Hungarian Empire
778(1)
The Russian Empire: Industrialization and Political Crisis
779(3)
European Jews and Anti-Semitism
782(1)
The Disintegration of the Ottoman Empire
783(1)
Great Power Rivalry and the Balkans
784(4)
Europe, The United States, and the World Economy
788(12)
The Second Industrial Revolution
789(2)
The American Challenge and the Long Depression
791(3)
Big Business in the Age of Mass Production
794(2)
Europe and the Global Economy
796(4)
The Drive for Empire: European Imperialism in Asia and Africa
800(15)
The Imperialists: Exploration, Commerce, and Competition
801(1)
The British in India: From Mutiny to National Consciousness
802(4)
Perspectives from the Past The Drive for Empire
804(2)
The Opening of China and the Boxer Rebellion
806(1)
Japan and the West
807(1)
North Africa: The British and French in Conflict
808(3)
Across Cultures Lafcadio Hearn in Japan
808(3)
The Dismemberment of Central Africa
811(1)
The Boer War and the Union of South Africa
812(3)
The Social Order Challenged
815(10)
The First International: Anarchists versus Socialists
816(2)
The Second International: Ideology and Socialist Politics
818(1)
Labor on the Offensive: Trade Unions, Strikes, and Revolutionary Syndicalism
819(2)
Public Figures and Private Lives Anna Kuliscioff and Filippo Turati
820(1)
Women and the Vote
821(2)
The Socialist Path to Feminism
823(2)
Society in Transition: The Modernization of Europe
825(10)
The Changing Social Structure
826(1)
Wealth, Poverty, and Social Darwinism
827(2)
Patterns of Gender and Sexuality
829(3)
The Integration of Society: Literacy and Military Service
832(3)
Art and Science: The Modernist Revolution
835(12)
Toward a New Culture: The Art of Richard Wagner
836(1)
Philosophers of Instinct and Life: Nietzsche, Bergson, and Freud
837(1)
Varieties of Literary Experience: Realism and Symbolism
838(1)
Impressionism, Postimpressionism, and Expressionism
839(3)
The Modernist Revolt: Cubism, Futurism, and Atonality
842(1)
Science from Certainty to Relativity
843(4)
Glossary 847(4)
Credits 851(2)
Index 853


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