4 edition of Mediterranean urban culture, 1400-1700 found in the catalog.
Mediterranean urban culture, 1400-1700
Includes bibliographical references (p. 215-270) and indexes
|Statement||edited by Alexander Cowan|
|LC Classifications||HT145.M47 M43 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 277 p. :|
|Number of Pages||277|
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Modernity and Culture from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, Book Description: Between the s and s, cities in the vast region stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean were experiencing political, social, economic, and cultural changes that Mediterranean urban culture been set in motion at least since the early nineteenth century.
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Nichols, T. () The cultural dynamics of space in Venetian Renaissance painting. 1400-1700 book In: Cowan, A. (ed.) Mediterranean Urban Culture University of Exeter Press: Exeter, UK, pp.
ISBN Full text not currently available from Enlighten. Henk Driessen Henk Driessen is a cultural anthropologist and professor of Mediterranean Studies at the University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. He has been conducting research in the Mediterranean area, in particular in Spain and Morocco, and written on gender, religion, ritual, power, identity, borders, migration, humour, the body and by: Alexander Cowan, ed., Mediterranean Urban Culture, Exeter: University of Exeter Press, x + pp.
$ ISBN: Alexander Cowan is the author of the well-received comparative history, The Urban Patriciate: Lfibeck and Venice, (Cologne/Vienna: B6hlau, ). As in the case of other Mediterranean port cities (Driessen ), Thessalonica's 'cosmopolitan urbanism' is traced in accounts of urban life amidst the social and political turmoil of the Author: Henk Driessen.
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We’ve seen dozens of musical. Professor Emeritus of Early Modern History. School of History, Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. Main Publications: Trading and Venetians in the Early Modern Eastern Mediterranean (Leiden & New York: Bill, ); Cyprus, the Franks and Venice (Aldershot: Ashgate, ); The Italian Renaissance: The Growth of a Secular Culture (Tel Aviv, Ministry.
This article considers two intimately related claims about Mediterranean port cities. First, that their citizens felt more affinity with each other than they did with the inhabitants of non-port cities. And second that they were the scenes of liberal.
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The City in Central Europe: Culture and Society from to the Present. (–) revolutionized the field of urban planning with her pathbreaking book The Death and Life o About this article. Conclusion: Crossing the Sea.
It is tempting to try to reduce the history of the Mediterranean to a few common features, to attempt to define a ‘Mediterranean identity’ or to insist that certain physical features of the region have moulded human experience there (as Braudel strongly argued).
1 Yet this search for a fundamental unity starts from a misunderstanding of what the Mediterranean. Nicholas Purcell - - In Mediterranean Urbanization BC. Mediterranean Urban Culture, [REVIEW] Peregrine Horden -. Religion and Cultural Exchange in Europe, –, and: Cities and Cultural Exchange in Europe, –, and: Correspondence and Cultural Exchange in Europe, – Mediterranean Urban Culture, [REVIEW] Peregrine Horden - - The Medieval Review 1.
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Romano & J. Martin, eds. Venice Reconsidered, in Renaissance Quarterly 56 () • K. Fleet, European and Islamic Trade in the Early Ottoman State, in Sixteenth Century Journal 23 (): Urban slavery, the admitting and settling of Jewish traders, prostitution, homosexuality, but also famine, fire, natural disasters, and crime are brought into life from the pages of the conscientiously kept records.
In another group of essays the author investigates Dubrovnik's relations with the Mediterranean world. Cowan takes on the question of a common Mediterranean urban culture, but its Eurocentric and eclectic approach is ultimately unable to produce compelling conclusions.
Cowan, Alexander, ed. Mediterranean Urban Culture, – Culture and Public Violence in Late Renaissance Venice. New York: Oxford UP, pp. Wheeler, Joseph. “Neighborhoods and Local Loyalties in Renaissance Venice.” In. Mediterranean Urban Culture Ed. Alexander Cowan.
University of Exeter Press, pp. As you read, think about how Davis and Wheeler divide up the city of. • A. Cowan, ed., Mediterranean Urban Culturein Sixteenth Century Journal 25 () • D. Romano & J. Martin, eds. Venice Reconsidered, in Renaissance Quarterly 56 () • K.
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