However, have conditioned its material record; specifically we will see the cities of the “dead” and those of the “workers.” From Egypt we will move to the Mediterranean world to study the appearance of the polis in Greece. where it constituted a very particular form of social and political organization that characterized its historical future. We will also see the evolution of the city in Hellenistic times. And. finally. the expansion of Roman civilization. from the Italian peninsula to beyond the Mediterranean. from the Roman civitas . Etemenanki plant in Babylon. Pergamonmuseum. Berlin. Source: Wikimedia Commons Etemenanki plant in Babylon. Pergamonmuseum.
After that, wikimedia Commons Model of the Etemenanki in Babylon. Pergamonmuseum. Berlin. Source: Wikimedia Commons Model of the Etemenanki in Babylon. Pergamonmuseum. Berlin. Source: Wikimedia Commons The last topic will be dedicated to the religious field. The polytheistic universe of religion in Mesopotamia will be addressed. as well as the henotheism of certain deities at certain times. such as the supremacy of Marduk and Sin in Babylon in the second and first millennium BC. respectively. and Assyria in Assyria in the first millennium BC We will study the complex polytheistic system of ancient Egypt and the breakdown of the established religious system that led to the Amarnian reform of Akhenaten in the fourteenth century BC We will delve into the religious world from the Mediterranean East.
Where Among The Dominant
Polytheism arose a singular religion that Ecuador cell phone numbers the existence of a single god: Yahweh. It will deal with the evolution of the Aegean religion from the Minoan and Mycenaean times to the classical times with the configuration of the polytheistic pantheon. paying special attention to the mysterious cults. This Greek anthropomorphic polytheism was inherited by Rome. where other cults from the various territories conquered by the Empire also proliferated; especially relevant were the Eastern cults. Mònica Bouso . professor at the UdL and PRA of Ancient History in the Degree in History. Geography and Art History.
Thinking of the twentieth century. in the words of Tony Judt . is largely the story of efforts to answer big questions: how to respond to the poverty of industrial cities? How to integrate the working class into the community — as voters. citizens. and participants — without uprisings. protests. and revolutions? What can be done to alleviate the suffering and injustices suffered by the urban working classes and how did the ruling elite become aware of the need for change? From Contemporary History II we will address these and other issues.
From A Perspective Focused
On the analysis of the great transformations of human societies in the contemporary world on a global scale. teheran_conference-1943In the twentieth century. one of the most exciting in the history of mankind. the great contradictions accumulated over generations have crystallized with all their might — and violence. Two world wars. the rise and fall of totalitarianism. or the determined economic globalization – and definitive? -. make these 100 years one of the most intense that can be studied. To do this. we will focus on five major thematic blocks: the idea of the twentieth century; the First World War; the interwar period; World War II; and the postwar period. At the same time.
We will place special emphasis on the concepts of violence and crisis. as well as on the analysis of new social and cultural actors. chaplin_the_kid_editAfter all. studying the contemporary world of the twentieth century is an opportunity to understand more and better our recent reality. In the years we have had to live. it is essential to know the consequences of the First World War. the centenary of which we are still commemorating. the Russian Revolution. which turned 100 last year. or Hitler’s rise to power. which we are approaching and which European society will face the challenge of explaining it to the new generations.