Early Modern Italy: 1550-1796 by John A. MarinoEarly Modern Italy: 1550-1796 by John A. Marino

Early Modern Italy: 1550-1796

EditorJohn A. Marino

Paperback | May 1, 2002

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Early Modern Italian history has traditionally been presented in the context of the absence of a unified Italian state, foreign domination and of relative decline to former wealth and power. This new volume calls on a wealth of recent research to portray the complex history of the earlymodern Italian states on their own terms. A leading team of historians traces Italian material and cultural bonds of identity and solidarity beyond their common political narrative - from the Reformation through the hopes and frustrations of reform, renewal and restructuring of social and economicpower to the eventual collapse of the Old Regime.
John Marino is Associate Professor of History at the University of California, San Diego. His publications include Pastoral Economics in the Kingdom of Nales and Good Government in Spanish Naples. He has been the recipient of a Fulbright-Hayes Fellowship, a Fondazione Fellowship, an Exxon Fellowship, and a Newberry Library-NEH Fellows...
Title:Early Modern Italy: 1550-1796Format:PaperbackDimensions:330 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.7 inPublished:May 1, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198700423

ISBN - 13:9780198700425


Table of Contents

John A. Marino: Introduction: Insiders and Outsiders on the Grand TourI The Institutional Framework: Late Renaissance Resolutions1. Thomas J. Dandelet: Politics and the State System after the Habsburg-Valois Wars2. John Jeffries Martin: Religion, Renewal, and Reform of the Old ChurchII Material Life: Economic, Social, and Political, and Economic Trajectories3. John A. Marino: Economic Structures and Transformations4. Gianna Pomata: Family and Gender5. R. Burr Litchfield: The Social World: Cohesion, Conflict, and the City6. Geoffrey Symcox: The Political World of the Absolutist State in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuriesIII Ideologies and Practices: Competing Languages, Converging Visions7. Anne Jacobson Schutte: Religion, Spirituality, and the Post-Tridentine Church8. Jon R Snyder: Mare Magnum: the Arts in the Early Modern Age9. Paula Findlen: Science and Society10. David Gentilcore: The Ethnography of Everyday LifeIV The Challenge and Crisis of the Old Regime11. Brendan Dooley: The Public Sphere and the Organization of Knowledge12. Anna Maria Rao: Enlightenment and ReformJohn A. Marino: ConclusionFurther ReadingChronologyMaps