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HIST 100x - Unit 2

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HIST 100x - Unit 2

  1. 1. Unit 2The Renaissance and theRoots of the Modern World
  2. 2. What does it mean to be modern? What, if anything, is modern in particular about the Renaissance and Reformation? To what extent is the Renaissance and Reformation not modern? Is the Renaissance and Reformation a logical beginning for the story of the modern world?
  3. 3. Invented Traditions“Traditions’ which appear orclaim to be old are oftenquite recent in origin andsometimes invented…”
  4. 4. First modern man?“What else, then,is all history, if notthe praise ofRome?” Petrarch, 1304-1374
  5. 5. “Let fate do her worst, there are relics of joy,Bright dreams of the past, which she cannot destroy;Which come in the night-time of sorrow and care,And bring back the features that joy used to wear.Long, long be my heartwith such memories fill’d! Farewell….Like the vase, in which roses By Thomas Moore,have once been distill’d- 1779-1852You may break, you may shatter the vase if you willBut the scent of the roses will hang round it still.”
  6. 6. Tools of Torture, 1508Scaffold, Stock,Stake, Thumbscrews,Decapitator, Whipping post,Sword, Rack, Flesh pincers
  7. 7. Theodoric of York, Medieval Barber Click to watch Saturday Night Live skit
  8. 8. B.C. 753 Foundation of Rome
  9. 9. A.D. 1100 Period of the FirstCrusade
  10. 10. A.D. 1294 Empire of Kublai Khan
  11. 11. A.D. 1498 Discovery of America
  12. 12. Rise of Renaissance Humanism Renaissance-Natural LawMiddle Age--Divine Law
  13. 13. Humanism Emphasis more on here and now instead Role of individual Rights of Man vs. Rights of Men Exploration of wider world
  14. 14. Fairbanks, Alaska 12,000 years ago- Modern times or not— —depends entirely on perspective!
  15. 15. “Big History”Years before Present • 14 BILLION (universe) • 4.6 billion (solar system) • 2.5 billion (photosynthesis oxygen) • 1.5 billon (first complex cells) • 600 MILLION (first fossils) • 500 million (vertebrates) • 325 million (reptiles) • 250 million (mammals) • 240 million (dinosaurs) • 200 million (birds) • 65 million (extinction of dinosaurs)  7 million (first hominines, bipeds)  250,000 (Homo sapiens, language)
  16. 16. “Big History”Three Eras of Big Human History  ERA NO. 1 FORAGING 250,000 to 10,000 Years Ago - “Paleolithic” (Old Stone Age) Energy use 2,000 to 5,000 calories per day per cap  ERA NO. 2 AGRICULTURE 10,000 to 250 Years Ago - “Neolithic” (New Stone Age) to Bronze and Iron Ages Energy use 12,000 to 26,000 calories per day per cap  ERA NO. 3 INDUSTRIAL 250 years to present - The Steam and Electric Age Energy use 77,000 to 230,000 calories per day per cap
  17. 17. The BigStory?
  18. 18. 2000 years of World History“…everything to the left of 1800 is an approximation of population distributionaround the world and everything to the right of 1800 is a demonstration ofproductivity divergences around the world -- the mastering of means ofmanufacturing, production and supply chains by steam, electricity, and ultimatelysoftware…” Derek Thompson, The Atlantic
  19. 19. Hans Rosling 3D Visualization from Poor & Sick to Rich & Healthy in last 200 yearsClick on the link to view the 3D Visualization
  20. 20. “The Anthropocene,” The Age of ManMore change in past sixseconds—250 years—than inthe previous 250,000 years.Carbon Dioxide Emissions
  21. 21. Climate Change Science is never completely certain! “The doubters are right that uncertainties are rife in climate science. They are wrong when they present that as a reason for inaction.” (Economist, March 18, 2010)
  22. 22. The Great Mystery of Modern HistoryThe great mystery of the modern world is how and why the so-called “continent” of Europe, which in the 15th century, was an economic, cultural and political backwater, would come to dominate every sphere of human activity on the planet by the end of the 19h century.
  23. 23. 7 Revolutionary Factors1. Science 5. Factory production2. Liberalism 6. Nationalism3. Energy 7. War4. Market economy