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Europe and the World in the Nineteenth Century (1 º Sem 2016/2017)

Code: L5174
Acronym: L5174
Level: 1st Cycle
Basic: No
Teaching Language(s): Portuguese, English
Friendly languages:
Be English-friendly or any other language-friendly means that UC is taught in a language but can either of the following conditions:
1. There are support materials in English / other language;
2. There are exercises, tests and exams in English / other language;
3. There is a possibility to present written or oral work in English / other language.
1 6.0 18.0 h/sem 18.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 1.0 h/sem 37.0 h/sem 113.0 h/sem 0.0 h/sem 150.0 h/sem
Since year 2013/2014
Pre-requisites None
Objectives The aim of this course is to give an overview of the 19th century, focusing on the comparative history of European societies and their relations with the rest of the world, taking into account the changing geopolitical balance (new powers, nations and nationalism) the political transformations (assertion of state power, liberalism and democratization), economic and social developments (industrial revolution and urbanization) and cultural changes. The course also interrogates the ways and limits of European domination in the world.
Program PC1-Revolutions and new geopolitical balances (1789-1830)
From the French Revolution to the Congress of Vienna
PC2-Liberalism and democracy in European societies
PC3-Industrialization of Europe. The process of industrialization. Reinforcement of European supremacy.
PC4-The population: demographic transition and migration.
PC5-The city in the nineteenth century.
The growth of cities and the diversity of the urban world
PC6-Ruptures and Continuities in nineteenth-century society.
Agriculture and the rural economy. Elites and bourgeoisies. The working world.
PC7-States, Nations and Nationalism
PC8-Science, technology and the making of the Nation-State.
Secularization and education.
PC9-The United States: the emergence of a new power
PC10-The Japan in the Meiji Era.The decline of Imperial China.
PC11-From colonies to nations: Latin America and the making of new States
PC12-The legacies of the nineteenth century.
Evaluation Method Two modes:
1. Periodic assessment:  Preparation and participation in classes (10%) Preparation of a thematic work with oral presentation (20 minutes) in class and delivery of a summary (40%); Written questionnaire, individually (50%).
2. Final exam: the final examination, with written test and possibly oral, includes all the matter of the program, based on the literature given by the teacher.
Teaching Method Individual study, based on the bibliography of work is guided and complemented by the completion of lectures.
The development of specific skills related to information search is developed through the completion of work, preferably in small groups.
Observations
Basic Bibliographic ASSELAIN, Jean Charles et. Al (1993), Précis d'Histoire Européenne, XIX - XX siècle, Paris, Armand Colin.
BAYLY, C. A. (2004), The Birth of Modern World? 1780-1914, Oxford, Blackwell.
BERSTEIN, S. e MILZA, P., coord. (1997), História do Século XIX, Lisboa, Publicações Europa-América.
DREYFUS, F.-G., MARX, R. e POINDEVIN, R. (1996), História Geral da Europa. De 1789 aos nossos dias, Lisboa, Europa-América.
HEFFER, J. e SERMAN, W. (1998), O Século XIX. 1815-1914, Lisboa, Publicações D. Quixote.
HOBSBAWM, E.(1985), A Era das Revoluções, Lisboa, Presença.
HOBSBAWM, E.(1988), A Era do Capital (1848-1875), Lisboa, Presença.
HOBSBAWM, E.(1990), A Era do Império (1875-1914), Lisboa, Presença.
RÉMOND, R. (2002), Introdução à História do Nosso Tempo, Lisboa, Gradiva Lisboa.
Complementar Bibliographic ARIÉS Philippe, Georges DUBY, dir. (1991), História da Vida Privada - Vol. IV, Porto, Edições Afrontamento.
BERLANSTEIN, Lenard R., ed.(1992), The industrial revolution and work in nineteenth-century Europe, Routledge.
BEAUCHAMP, Chantal (1998), Revolução industrial e crescimento económico no século XIX, Lisboa, Ed. 70.
BEAUD, Michel (1992),História do Capitalismo, Lisboa, Ed. Teorema.
BAYCROFT, Timothy (1998) O Nacionalismo na Europa (1789-1945), Lisboa, Temas e Debates.
BENJAMIN, Thomas (2009) The Atlantic World. Europeans, Africans and their Shared History. 1400-1900, Cambridge University Press.
BERMEO, Nancy and Philip NORD (2000),- Civil Society before Democracy. Lessons from Nineteenth-Century Europe, Boston, Rowman & Littlefield Publischers.
BURGUIÉRE, André et al. (1995), História da Família ? Vol. 4, Lisboa, Terramar.
BOCK, Gisela, Anne COVA (2003), Ecrire l?histoire des femmes en Europe du Sud, XIXe-XXe siècle / Writing Women?s History in Southern Europe XIXth-XXth Century, Lisboa, Celta.
DREYFUS, François (2000), L?invention de la bureaucratie. Servir l?état en France, en Grande Bretagne et aux Etats-Unis (XVIIIe-XXe siècle), Paris, La découverte, 2000
DUROSELLE, Jean Baptiste  (1976) A Europa, de 1815 aos nossos dias. Vida política e relações internacionais, Lisboa, Pioneira Editora.
FAIRBANK, John K. (dir.) (1978) The Cambridge History of China, Vol. 10, Cambridge University Press.
HOHENBERG, Paul M., Lynn Hollen LEES (1996) The Making of Urban Europe 1000-1994, Harvard University Press.
HOBSBAWM, Eric. J., (1998) A Questão do Nacionalismo. Nação e nacionalismo desde 1780, Lisboa, Terramar.
LANDES, David S. (2005), A riqueza e a pobreza das nações: por que são algumas tão ricas e outras tão pobres, Lisboa, Gradiva.
LÉON, Pierre (dir) (1981-1984), História Económica e Social do Mundo, vols III (Inércias e Revoluções, 1730-1840) e IV (A dominação do capitalismo, 1840-1914), Lisboa, Sá da Costa.
MAYER, Arno J. (1990) A força da tradição. A persistência do Antigo Regime. 1815 - 1914, Lisboa, Companhia das Letras.
MOSSE, George L. (1997) La cultura europea del siglo XIX, Barcelona, Ariel.
NUNES, Ana Bela e Nuno VALÉRIO(1995) O Crescimento Económico Moderno. Introdução a uma História da Economia Mundial Contemporânea, Lisboa, Presença.
SCHULZE, Hagen (1997) Estado e Nação na História da Europa, Lisboa, Presença.
SKOCPOL, Theda (1985),Estados e Revoluções Sociais. Análise Comparativa da França, Rússia e China, Lisboa, Presença.
SMITH, Anthony D.(1998) Nationalism and modernism: a critical survey of recent theories of nations and nationalism, Routledge.
VÁZQUEZ, Josefina Z. (Org.), Historia General de América Latina. Vol. VI: La construcción de las naciones latinoamericanas, 1820-1870, Unesco, 2003.