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Author North, Michael, 1954-
Title Europa expandiert 1250-1500. English
The expansion of Europe, 1250-1500 / Michael North ; translated by Pamela Selwyn
Imprint Manchester ; New York : Manchester University Press ; New York : Distributed in the U.S. exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan, 2012
book jacket
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 人文社會聯圖  D202 .N6713 2012    AVAILABLE    30610020379798
Edition 1st English language ed
Descript xiii, 561 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Series Manchester medieval studies
Manchester medieval studies
Note "First publised in 2007"--T.p. verso
Includes bibliographical references (p. 465-530) and index
The history of the European states, 1250-1500 : countries and regions -- Theme : development tendencies in the state, the economy, society and culture -- Debates and research problems
Later medieval Europe saw a great deal of change and expansion of different kinds. This geographically broad textbook explores these events in a series of core chapters on the different countries, covering the Holy Roman Empire, East-Central Europe, Scandinavia and Russia. It looks not only at political history but also at economy, society and culture, including art, architecture, literature and music. North shows the significance of the different lines of development that each country/region experienced, thereby offering a very important corrective to the usual western-European focus that characterizes other textbooks in the field. In this way he demonstrates that Europe did not consist of a core and periphery, but of different regions that had divergent developments, and makes sense of these various patterns of historical change. A review of current research debates also introduces readers to the most up to date discussions in the field
Subject Europe -- History -- 476-1492
Europe -- Politics and government -- 476-1492
Alt Author Selwyn, Pamela Eve
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