Viewing the rise of the masses at the socio-political level as destructive, Mill aimed to develop a moral character based on spontaneity and individuality ensured by liberty.
Feudalism, which emerged gradually in Western Europe with the disintegration of the Carolingian Empire, is a key period for European history.
Historiography and slavery are two topics that were undeniably significant in the Roman World despite their different objectives used by Roman elites and soldiers.
Piri Reis left a unique world map containing lots of knowledge about America. You can find the map’s deep meanings from mythical creatures to Colombus here.
The Byzantine Empire has an interesting history in terms of witnessing several women emperors on the throne. Historian Psellos saw and narrated two of them when the empire was in a turbulent situation.
On the whole, Campaigns of Crécy and Agincourt in the Hundred Years’ War can be considered as crucial milestones in terms of political, military, and cultural aspects.
What do you think of the Middle Ages? Durable castles, armored cavalry, the feudal structure where the feudal lords hold the summit, and the oppressed peasants, as well as the dominance of the pope’s scholastic thought, can be piled on your head.
Beyond the Alps, beyond the sea, are other peoples, now fighting, or preparing to fight, the holy fight of independence, of nationality, of liberty; other peoples striving by different routes to reach the same goal. Unite with them and they will unite with you. Giuseppe Mazzini This paper is written for HIST 242 (The History of Early Modern Europe) class …
Have you ever had an opportunity to analyze your images in your life-span? If you answer “no”, this small but substantial work will help you to understand images that cover our life completely better. This work consists of a composition which unites the lecture notes of HIST 210 and some articles within a different shape. Our life is being deeply …
This paper is written for HIST 241 (The History of Early Modern Europe) class for Prof. Peter Robert Campbell. He wrote a wide range of articles about the Early Modern French History. He also published a variety of books like Louis XIV (1661-1715) in 1993 and Power and Politics in Old Regime France (1720-1745) in 1996. He currently gives lectures …