Learning outcomes: With the successful completion of the course, students will
• familiarize themselves with the main theoretical approaches to the historical study and analysis of the “crisis of the 17th century”
• acquire new knowledge about the social and economic history of early modern Europe and the Ottoman Empire
• gain an in-depth understanding of the processes leading to the transformation of the Ottoman state and its societies
• study in depth particular aspects of the seventeenth-century crisis and its impact (in the course of writing the essay).
General Competences: Knowledge, understanding and critical review of
• historical developments in governance, society, economy and ideas
• social and cultural developments and mentality shifts that shaped the modern world
• uses of the past in the present
• Greek history within its broader contexts.
• Production of free, creative and inductive thinking.
• Working independently.
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Independent teaching activities
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Is the course offered to erasmus students: