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21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT) 21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT)

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This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century. This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century.

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medieval | medieval | ancient history | ancient history | europe | europe | culture | culture | politics | politics | mediterranean | mediterranean | germanic | germanic | byzantine | byzantine | carolingian renaissance | carolingian renaissance | islamic | islamic | crusades | crusades | religion | religion | economics | economics | feudalism | feudalism | barbarian | barbarian | charlemagne | charlemagne | england | england | ottonian | ottonian | empire | empire | rome | rome | gothic | gothic | monarchy | monarchy | Western Europe | Western Europe | Germanic conquest | Germanic conquest | Mediterranean civilization | Mediterranean civilization | social development | social development | cultural development | cultural development | political development | political development | religious life | religious life | women | women | high medieval economy | high medieval economy | high medieval culture | high medieval culture | twelfth century | twelfth century

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21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT) 21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT)

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This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century. This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century.

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medieval | medieval | ancient history | ancient history | europe | europe | culture | culture | politics | politics | mediterranean | mediterranean | germanic | germanic | byzantine | byzantine | carolingian renaissance | carolingian renaissance | islamic | islamic | crusades | crusades | religion | religion | economics | economics | feudalism | feudalism | barbarian | barbarian | charlemagne | charlemagne | england | england | ottonian | ottonian | empire | empire | rome | rome | gothic | gothic | monarchy | monarchy | Western Europe | Western Europe | Germanic conquest | Germanic conquest | Mediterranean civilization | Mediterranean civilization | social development | social development | cultural development | cultural development | political development | political development | religious life | religious life | women | women | high medieval economy | high medieval economy | high medieval culture | high medieval culture | twelfth century | twelfth century

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21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT)

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This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century.

Subjects

medieval | ancient history | europe | culture | politics | mediterranean | germanic | byzantine | carolingian renaissance | islamic | crusades | religion | economics | feudalism | barbarian | charlemagne | england | ottonian | empire | rome | gothic | monarchy | Western Europe | Germanic conquest | Mediterranean civilization | social development | cultural development | political development | religious life | women | high medieval economy | high medieval culture | twelfth century

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21H.306 The Emergence of Europe: 500-1300 (MIT)

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This course surveys the social, cultural, and political development of western Europe between 500 and 1350. A number of topics are incorporated into the broad chronological sweep of the course, including: the Germanic conquest of the ancient Mediterranean world; the rise of a distinct northern culture and the Carolingian Renaissance; the emergence of feudalism and the breakdown of political order; contact with the Byzantine and Islamic East and the Crusading movement; the quality of religious life; the vitality of the high medieval economy and culture; and the catastrophes of the fourteenth century.

Subjects

medieval | ancient history | europe | culture | politics | mediterranean | germanic | byzantine | carolingian renaissance | islamic | crusades | religion | economics | feudalism | barbarian | charlemagne | england | ottonian | empire | rome | gothic | monarchy | Western Europe | Germanic conquest | Mediterranean civilization | social development | cultural development | political development | religious life | women | high medieval economy | high medieval culture | twelfth century

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21H.416J Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective (MIT) 21H.416J Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective (MIT)

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This course will survey the conditions of material life and the changing social and economic relations in medieval Europe with reference to the comparative context of contemporary Islamic, Chinese, and central Asian experiences. The subject covers the emergence and decline of feudal institutions, the transformation of peasant agriculture, living standards and the course of epidemic disease, and the ebb and flow of long-distance trade across the Eurasian system. Particular emphasis will be placed on the study of those factors, both institutional and technological, which have contributed to the emergence of capitalist organization and economic growth in Western Europe in contrast to the trajectories followed by the other major medieval economies. This course will survey the conditions of material life and the changing social and economic relations in medieval Europe with reference to the comparative context of contemporary Islamic, Chinese, and central Asian experiences. The subject covers the emergence and decline of feudal institutions, the transformation of peasant agriculture, living standards and the course of epidemic disease, and the ebb and flow of long-distance trade across the Eurasian system. Particular emphasis will be placed on the study of those factors, both institutional and technological, which have contributed to the emergence of capitalist organization and economic growth in Western Europe in contrast to the trajectories followed by the other major medieval economies.

Subjects

medieval Europe | medieval Europe | society | society | economy | economy | feudalism | feudalism | agriculture | agriculture | disease | disease | epidemic | epidemic | capitalism | capitalism | 21H.416 | 21H.416 | 14.70 | 14.70

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21M.220 Early Music (MIT) 21M.220 Early Music (MIT)

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This class covers the history of Western music from antiquity until approximately 1680, about 2000 years worth of music. Rather than cover each topic at the same level of depth, we will focus on four topics in particular and glue them together with a broad overview of other topics. The four topics chosen for this term are (1) chant structure, performance, and development; (2) 14th century music of Italy and France; (3) Elizabethan London; and (4) Venice in the Baroque era. The class will also introduce many of the tools we use in studying music history such as manuscript study, original notation work (the musical equivalent of foreign language study), and historical performance practice. This class covers the history of Western music from antiquity until approximately 1680, about 2000 years worth of music. Rather than cover each topic at the same level of depth, we will focus on four topics in particular and glue them together with a broad overview of other topics. The four topics chosen for this term are (1) chant structure, performance, and development; (2) 14th century music of Italy and France; (3) Elizabethan London; and (4) Venice in the Baroque era. The class will also introduce many of the tools we use in studying music history such as manuscript study, original notation work (the musical equivalent of foreign language study), and historical performance practice.

Subjects

medieval | medieval | church music | church music | chant | chant | Gregorian chant | Gregorian chant | religious music | religious music | baroque music | baroque music | mode | mode | liturgy | liturgy | monody | monody | polyphony | polyphony | Trecento | Trecento | motet | motet | Hildegard | Hildegard | Italian | Italian | French | French | Catholic | Catholic | Mass | Mass

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STS.330 History and Anthropology of Medicine and Biology (MIT) STS.330 History and Anthropology of Medicine and Biology (MIT)

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This course explores recent historical and anthropological approaches to the study of medicine and biology. Topics include histories of bodies and embodiment in medicine; institutional and social genealogies and futures for genes and genomes; the role of science and medicine in racial formation; epidemics and emergent diseases; new reproductive technologies and socialities; the laboratory and field lives of animals, plants, microbes, molecules, and environments. This course explores recent historical and anthropological approaches to the study of medicine and biology. Topics include histories of bodies and embodiment in medicine; institutional and social genealogies and futures for genes and genomes; the role of science and medicine in racial formation; epidemics and emergent diseases; new reproductive technologies and socialities; the laboratory and field lives of animals, plants, microbes, molecules, and environments.

Subjects

historical medicine | historical medicine | medieval dissection | medieval dissection | gender | gender | visible human project | visible human project | genealogies | genealogies | genome | genome | biological kinship | biological kinship | biology of race | biology of race | race and disease | race and disease | emerging diseases | emerging diseases | human relationship with animals | human relationship with animals | reproductive technologies | reproductive technologies | therapeutics | therapeutics | bioprospecting | bioprospecting | climate change | climate change | environmental technology | environmental technology

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21H.416 Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective (MIT) 21H.416 Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective (MIT)

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This course will survey the conditions of material life and the changing social and economic relations in medieval Europe with reference to the comparative context of contemporary Islamic, Chinese, and central Asian experiences. Subject covers the emergence and decline of feudal institutions, the transformation of peasant agriculture, living standards and the course of epidemic disease, and the ebb and flow of long-distance trade across the Eurasian system. Particular emphasis will be placed on the study of those factors, both institutional and technological, which have contributed to the emergence of capitalist organization and economic growth in western Europe in contrast to the trajectories followed by the other major medieval economies. This course will survey the conditions of material life and the changing social and economic relations in medieval Europe with reference to the comparative context of contemporary Islamic, Chinese, and central Asian experiences. Subject covers the emergence and decline of feudal institutions, the transformation of peasant agriculture, living standards and the course of epidemic disease, and the ebb and flow of long-distance trade across the Eurasian system. Particular emphasis will be placed on the study of those factors, both institutional and technological, which have contributed to the emergence of capitalist organization and economic growth in western Europe in contrast to the trajectories followed by the other major medieval economies.

Subjects

medieval Europe | medieval Europe | society | society | economy | economy | feudalism | feudalism | agriculture | agriculture | disease | disease | epidemic | epidemic | capitalism | capitalism

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The Romance of the Middle Ages

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Dr Nicholas Perkins talks about how romance functions as a genre in the middle ages, especially about how gifts and tokens were exchanged as signs of fidelity, specifically in Sir Orfeo, Sir Gawain, and King Horn. He also incorporates the manuscripts present in the accompanying display at the Bodleian. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

Subjects

romance | #greatwriters | chivalry | medieval | Arthurian | romance | #greatwriters | chivalry | medieval | Arthurian

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Shakespeare and Medieval Romance

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Professor Helen Cooper, University of Cambridge, speaks about the continuities between the Romance of the middle ages and Shakespeare's plays. She looks at textual features from his plays (including King Lear) which may indicate his influences. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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#greatwriters | medieval | romance | sources | shakespeare | influences | #greatwriters | medieval | romance | sources | shakespeare | influences | 2012-03-23

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The Birth of Romance in England

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Dr Laura Ashe delivers a lecture on the birth of romance in England in the 12th Century, part of a series of lectures to accompany The Romance of the Middle Ages exhibition at the Bodleian Library. Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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12th Century | #greatwriters | Tristan and Isolde | Lancelot | Horn | The Song of Roland | medieval romance | King Arthur | middle ages | History of the Kings of Britain | 12th Century | #greatwriters | Tristan and Isolde | Lancelot | Horn | The Song of Roland | medieval romance | King Arthur | middle ages | History of the Kings of Britain

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Old English Then and Now

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This final lecture looks briefly at how Old English has been reused by modern writers, but specifically at how the Anglo-Saxons have been portrayed on film, and what film studies can do to help us enjoy Old English poetry.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Prose

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Topics include the first attempts at prose in the English language, 'short stories', historical texts, legal documents, as well as such writers as Alfred the Great, and Aelfric of Eynsham.

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old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Poetry

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Topics include how Old English poetry works, what the major poems are and how they were performed; what links we can draw with modern poetry and music; basic metrics and devices used for effect, and more.

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old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Language

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Topics include how Old English works, and what makes it different from Modern English; where Old English comes from and how it relates to other languages; pronunciation, inflection, dialects and more.

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old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1

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An Introduction to Old English

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Topics include who the Anglo-Saxons were, where they came from, and where they settled; the rough period covered in Old English; differences and similarities between Old English and Modern English; the use of runes and more.

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old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1

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Old English Then and Now

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This final lecture looks briefly at how Old English has been reused by modern writers, but specifically at how the Anglo-Saxons have been portrayed on film, and what film studies can do to help us enjoy Old English poetry.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Prose

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Topics include the first attempts at prose in the English language, 'short stories', historical texts, legal documents, as well as such writers as Alfred the Great, and Aelfric of Eynsham.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Poetry

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Topics include how Old English poetry works, what the major poems are and how they were performed; what links we can draw with modern poetry and music; basic metrics and devices used for effect, and more.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry | #greatwriters | Q321 | Q310 | 1

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Old English Language

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Topics include how Old English works, and what makes it different from Modern English; where Old English comes from and how it relates to other languages; pronunciation, inflection, dialects and more.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1

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An Introduction to Old English

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Topics include who the Anglo-Saxons were, where they came from, and where they settled; the rough period covered in Old English; differences and similarities between Old English and Modern English; the use of runes and more.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | #greatwriters | Q310 | 1

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Old English Then and Now

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This final lecture looks briefly at how Old English has been reused by modern writers, but specifically at how the Anglo-Saxons have been portrayed on film, and what film studies can do to help us enjoy Old English poetry.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | film | genre

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Old English Prose

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Topics include the first attempts at prose in the English language, 'short stories', historical texts, legal documents, as well as such writers as Alfred the Great, and Aelfric of Eynsham.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon

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Old English Poetry

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Topics include how Old English poetry works, what the major poems are and how they were performed; what links we can draw with modern poetry and music; basic metrics and devices used for effect, and more.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | poetry

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Old English Language

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Topics include how Old English works, and what makes it different from Modern English; where Old English comes from and how it relates to other languages; pronunciation, inflection, dialects and more.

Subjects

old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon | ukoer | old english | runes | middle earth | medieval | anglo-saxon

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