The Late Middle Ages (2020)

The Late Middle Ages Philip Daileader The Late Middle Ages Course Lecture Titles Late Middle Ages Rebirth Waning Calamity Philip the Fair versus Boniface VIII Fall of the Templars and the Avignon Papacy The Great Papal Schism The Hundred Years War
  • Title: The Late Middle Ages
  • Author: Philip Daileader
  • ISBN: 9781598033441
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Audiobook
The Late Middle Ages Philip Daileader Course Lecture Titles1 Late Middle Ages Rebirth, Waning, Calamity 2 Philip the Fair versus Boniface VIII 3 Fall of the Templars and the Avignon Papacy 4 The Great Papal Schism 5 The Hundred Years War, Part 1 6 The Hundred Years War, Part 2 7 The Black Death, Part 1 8 The Black Death, Part 2 9 Revolt in Town and Country 10 William Ockham 11 John Wycliffe and theCourse Lecture Titles1 Late Middle Ages Rebirth, Waning, Calamity 2 Philip the Fair versus Boniface VIII 3 Fall of the Templars and the Avignon Papacy 4 The Great Papal Schism 5 The Hundred Years War, Part 1 6 The Hundred Years War, Part 2 7 The Black Death, Part 1 8 The Black Death, Part 2 9 Revolt in Town and Country 10 William Ockham 11 John Wycliffe and the Lollards 12 Jan Hus and the Hussite Rebellion 13 Witchcraft 14 Christine de Pizan and Catherine of Siena 15 Gunpowder 16 The Printing Press 17 Renaissance Humanism, Part 1 18 Renaissance Humanism, Part 2 19 The Fall of the Byzantine Empire 20 Ferdinand and Isabella 21 The Spanish Inquisition 22 The Age of Exploration 23 Columbus and the Columbian Exchange 24 When Did the Middle Ages End Late Middle Ages 24 lectures, 30 minutes lecture Course No 8296 Taught by Philip DaileaderThe College of William and MaryPh.D Harvard University
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  1. Marcus

    Final part of professor Daileader s lectures about Western Europe during Middle Ages is as enjoyable and accessible as the two sets that I ve listened to previously All three sets are nicely structured, quite informative and made very accessible by lecturer s light tone and occasional charming jokes that will make you grunt because of their nerdiness.What I especially liked about the lectures is that professor Daileader did a very good job when selecting the topics that he chooses to present to [...]

  2. Tanya

    I really enjoyed Daileader s insights on the Late Middle Ages particularly when he discussed the social and cultural implications of historical events I am completely sold on The Great Courses Lecture Series

  3. Samantha wickedshizuku Tolleson

    I wasn t so crazy about the professor for this topic He just sounded so exhausted, but he was knowledgeable Especially the Spanish Inquisition.

  4. Daniel

    The final lecture series by Prof Daileader on the middle ages covers from the crusades to the age of exploration with a brief trip into the enlightenment I enjoyed this series and its worth a listen but be forewarned the professor spends far time on cultural topics and asides like religion and how the average merchant noble serf live than on historical events This is my only complaint on the lectures I prefer to have details on the actual events and less on the humanity aspect of the subject St [...]

  5. Lee

    Like a sketch artist who can suggest a specific person s face with just a few strokes of a pen, Daileader is able to put us inside the head of a medieval king, cleric or commoner with just a few sentences His lecture on e.g Philip the Fair is less detailed than the page on him, yet I felt as if I knew Philip, and I was able to predict what he would do next even before Daileader told me.Daileader isn t afraid to discuss the ideas that people were thinking about during the Middle Ages, even if tho [...]

  6. R. August

    An excellent conclusion to the era I could have wished for a bit interconnecting Remember, this was happening during the Papal schism etc and how each of main topics interacted with each other I particularly enjoyed the ending comments about how it is easy to say the middle ages didn t really end until the 1750 s based on life expectancy, the predominance of religion and various social classes, communication and population levels, etc.

  7. Alan

    Since I d listened to Early and High rather than Middle Middle series, I am finishing it up The post Roman to before Renaissance period was always neglected in my education except for Augustine, Aquinas, and the s.

  8. Gail P

    I ve really enjoyed this 3 volume series on the Middle Ages It contained a mix of familiar history and not so familiar history The professor organizes the material that had new elements, new insights for me Time well spent.

  9. Kimberly Snyder

    Helpful I am studying Western Civilizations 1 right now, and I appreciated the extra detailed information from this

  10. Lynne

    I read the audiobook version and found it engaging I am never quite sure if the Teaching Company Courses count as books.

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