6 edition of A History of the University in Europe found in the catalog.
October 16, 2003
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||719|
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The Bodleian Libraries is temporarily closed until further notice. We have a wide range of digital resources and support to keep the University reading. Please check this webpage and the Bodleian Twitter for the latest information. For further help, please contact [email protected] European universities date from the founding of the University of Bologna in or the University of Paris (c. –70). In the 19th and 20th centuries, European universities concentrated upon science and research, their structures and philosophies having shaped the contemporary original medieval universities arose from the Roman Catholic Church schools.
This is not only a key text in the history of multiculturalism in contemporary Europe, but it adds a new dimension to the broader history of Europe since A pleasure to read."—Tyler Stovall, University of California, Santa Cruz. "Originally published in by Oxford University Press"--Title page verso Includes bibliographical references (pages ) and index "Here is a masterpiece of historical narrative that stretches from the Ice Age to the Atomic Age, as it tells the story of Europe, East and West.
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This is the first of four volumes that will comprise A History of the University in Europe, covering the development of the university in Europe (East and West) from its origins to the present day.
No other up-to-date, comprehensive history of this type exists: its originality lies in focusing on a number of major themes viewed from a European Cited by: This is the second volume of a four-part History of the University in Europe, written by an international team of scholars under the general editorship of Professor Walter RUegg, which covers the development of the university in Europe (both East and West) from its origins to the present day/5(6).
This is the second volume of a four-part History of the University in Europe, written by an international team of authors under the general editorship of Professor Walter RÜegg, which covers the development of the university in Europe (east and west) from its origins to the present day/5(2).
Taşçı-Kaya, G. Walter Ruegg “A History of the University in Europe, Volume IV: Universities sinceBook review, Journal of Ottoman Research, (45), A History of the University in Europe book.
Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. By focusing on the freedom of scientific research, t 4/5(6). From the Ice Age to the Cold War and beyond, from Reykjavik to Riga, from Archimedes to Einstein, Alexander to Yeltsin, here between the covers of a single volume Norman Davies tells the story of Europe, East and West, from prehistory to the present day.
The book's absorbing narrative lays down the chronological and geographical grid on which the dramas of European history have been played out/5(14). Norman Davies C. G., F. is Professor Emeritus of the University of London, a Supernumerary Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford, and the author of several books on Polish and European history, including God's Playground, White Eagle, /5().
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In this foundational text about the development of the global political economy, Eric R. Wolf challenges the long-held anthropological notion that non-European. A history of the university in the Europe / editor, Walter Ruegg.¨ p. – (A history of the university in Europe; 4) Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"Medieval Europe is a model of clarity and accessibility, the superlative answer to a challenge taken up by an eminent and wide-ranging historian: to interpret the history of a millennium in pages. This yields a sense of intellectual adventure that remains compelling throughout, as Chris Wickham engages his readers in his arguments, choices.
Pub Date: October ISBN: Pages. Format: Paperback List Price: $. The pre-eminent scholar of Polish history, Davies (God's Playground and Heart of Europe) expands his focus to all of Europe.
While the book is bulky, its size is hardly adequate to a complete history.Christianity in the Twentieth Century charts the transformation of one of the world’s great religions during an age marked by world wars, genocide, nationalism, decolonization, and powerful ideological currents, many of them hostile to Christianity.
Written by a leading scholar of world Christianity, the book traces how Christianity evolved from a religion defined by the culture and politics.History has its limits, too, and it can easily go wrong.1 But the limits of history are different from the limits of memory, and the errors of history are something different from forgetting or misremembering.
1 I have tried to explain what I believe these limits are in a book called The Limits of History (Chicago: University of Chicago Press File Size: KB.