The Transition in Europe between XVII and XVIII centuries. Perspectives and case studies
Stefano Boero, Cristina Bravo Lozano, Alessandro Buono, Maria Concetta Calabrese, Giuseppe Cirillo, Emanuele C. Colombo, Stefano D'Amico, Loris De Nardi, Vittoria Fiorelli, Paolo M. Galimberti, Giacomo Gibertoni, Davide Maffi, Silvia Mantini, Marianna Noto, Roberto Quiros Rosado, Flavio Rurale, Matthias Schnettger, Paola Venturelli, Marcello Verga
pp. 398, 1a edizione 2016 (Codice editore 1792.228)
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The period of transition between seventeenth and eighteenth century (1680-1720), culminated in the Spanish Succession War, represents an age of great changes all over the Continent; in the Italian mainland, centuries-old Spanish government came to an end and a new era began. This book, that collects benefits of an international workshop hold at Università Cattolica in Milan in 2013, wants contribute to throw light on an important and so far disregarded period of European History.
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The period of transition between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries (1680-1720), culminated in the War of the Spanish Succession, represents an age of great changes across the continent; on the Italian mainland, the centuries-old Spanish government came to an end and a new era began. This book is a compilation of work done at an international workshop held at Università Cattolica in Milan in 2013, in collaboration with the Dipartimento di Storia Moderna e Contemporanea and the international group 'Red Sucesión'. During the workshop sessions historians compared their ideas, discussed publishers' proposals and expressed their ideas.
This collection of papers is not only the result of individual research but also a consequence of the wide-ranging discussions held during the Milan meeting. The book seeks to throw some light on an important and, so far, largely neglected period of European history.
Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio is Associate Professor in Early Modern History at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. His research interests are centered on court society and the lifestyle of courtiers, and the government of Spanish Italy.
Cinzia Cremonini is Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the Università Cattolica. She is a specialist in the history of Imperial-Italian feudality, court society and European élites, and the relations between Italy, the Holy Roman Empire and the Spanish monarchy.
Elena Riva is Associate Professor of Early Modern History at the Università Cattolica. Her research interests are the political history the between the XVIIIth and XIXth centuries, citizenship and the role of women during the War of the Spanish Succession.
Marcello Verga, Premise
Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio Alvariño, Cinzia Cremonini, Elena Riva, Introduction
Antonio Álvarez-Ossorio Alvariño, The Legacy of Charles II and the Art of Government of the Spanish Monarchy
Matthias Schnettger, A Turn of Tide. The War of the Spanish Succession and its Impact on German History
Cinzia Cremonini, Transition, Autonomies, Factions: towards a Reconsideration of Italian and European History between the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries
Elena Riva, Women, Power and Culture in the European Transition between the XVIIth and the XVIIIth Centuries
Flavio Rurale, On the Crisis of the European 'Religious' Mind
Vittoria Fiorelli, Southern Transitions between Religious Life and Ecclesiastical Organization
Stefano D'Amico, Milan between the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries: Economic Dynamics and Social Transformations
Alessandro Buono, Representation of Interests and Institutional Changes in the State of Milan across the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries. Notes and Possible Avenues of Research
Paolo M. Galimberti, The Venerando Ospedale Maggiore (Venerable Maggiore Hospital) in Milan over the XVIIth and XVIIth Centuries
Cristina Bravo Lozáno, A berretta for the Nuncio. Roman Diplomacy, Court Ceremony and Royal Favour in the Madrid of Charles II
Roberto Quirós Rosado, Tradition and Change in the Neapolitan Provincial Government during the War of Succession: the Spanish presidi (1707-1714)
Marianna A. Noto, The Kingdom of Naples to the Test of Succession: Aristocracy, the Desire for Autonomy and International Politics at the Beginning of the XVIIIth Century
Giuseppe Cirillo, Between the Habsburgs and the Bourbons. The Integration of Nobility and the Self-Consciousness of Aristocrats in the Kingdom of Naples
Silvia Mantini, Multiple Loyalties in the Kingdom of Naples: L'Aquila and Abruzzo between the Spanish Habsburgs and the Austrian Habsburgs (XVIIth-XVIIIth Centuries)
Loris De Nardi, Between Spanish Pactismo and French Absolutism: the Model of Government of Victor Amadeus II in Sicily (1713-1720)
Maria Concetta Calabrese, The Career of Francesco Avarna from the Spanish Domination to the Austrian Empire
Davide Maffi, All the King's Men. Aristocracy and the Profession of Arms in the State of Milan between the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries, an Attempt to Approach
Stefano Boero, The Oratorians in the European Transition between the XVIIth and XVIIIth Centuries: Trends and Attitudes
Giacomo Gibertoni, The Political Function of Musical Patronage in the Years of the War of the Spanish Succession: Opera, Oratorio, Serenata
Paola Venturelli, Gonzaga Collecting: Palace Inventories and New Objects (1626- 1709)
Emanuele C. Colombo, Transitions in Political Intermediation. The Case of "Paesi di Nuovo Acquisto" within the Kingdom of Sardinia (1707-1775)
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