Table of contents for Europe in a wider world, 1350-1650 / Robin W. Winks, Lee Palmer Wandel.


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1.  THE LATE MIDDLE AGES IN EASTERN EUROPE        1
   Introduction 1
   The Crusades 4
   The Fall of Byzantium, 1081-1453 11
   'The Ottoman Empire, 1453-1699 16
   Russia from the Thirteenth to the End of the Seventeenth Centuries 21
   Summary 30

2.  THE RISE OF THE NATION     32
   A World Turned Upside Down 32
   The Emerging National Monarchies 40
   Particularism in Germany and Italy 54
   Summary 64

3.  THE RENAISSANCE      66
   A Money Economy 67
   Printing, Thought, and Literature 73
   Science and Religion 81
   The Fine Arts 88
   The Art of Daily Living 94
   Summary 98

4.  EXPLORATION AND EXPANSION        100
   The Expansion of the West 100
   East by Sea to the Indies 104
   West by Sea to the Indies 111
   The North Atlantic Powers 116
   Russia 122
   The Impact of Expansion 124
   Summary 129



5.  THE AGE OF REFORMATION 131
    Protestant Founders 134
    Protestant Beliefs and Practices 149
    The Catholic Reformation 154
    Protestantism and the Idea of Progress 161
    Summary 167

6.  THE GREAT POWERS IN CONFLICT 169
    A Long Duree 169
    A Complexity of Wars 174
    Between Feudal Kingdom and Nation State: Absolutism 178
    The Catholic Monarchies: Spain and France 180
    The Protestant States: Tudor England and the Dutch Republic 190
    The Holy Roman Empire and the Thirty Years' War 199
    Absolutism and Slavery 205
    Science and Religion 207
    Summary 216





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:Europe Church history 600-1500, Crusades, Civilization, Medieval, Europe History 1492-1648, Renaissance, Discoveries in geography, Reformation, Russia History To 1533