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M. I. Kosyakova. History of culture. European culture from Antiquity to the XX century: West and Russia

Kozyakova M.I. History of culture. European culture from Antiquity to the XX century: the West and Russia. Educational and methodical manual (synchronization and the most important dominants of historiography, history of everyday life, history of religion, philosophy, literature, fine arts, music and theater). 2-d ed. — M.: OOO Publishinghouse "Soglasie", 2018.  102 p.

Teaching manual of doctor of philosophy, Professor M. I. Kozyakova is devoted to the history of European culture and covers the period from ancient times to the XX century. The work presents the synchronization and the most important dominants of historiography, history of everyday life, history of religion, philosophy, literature, fine arts, music and theater. Thus, the reader will have a holistic view of European culture. In addition, this manual offers extensive material for comparing cultural phenomena and processes occurring in culture, in the West and in Russia.
The manual is addressed to teachers and students of humanitarian universities, as well as readers interested in the history of culture.


Introduction. Culture in the context of time
Section I. The Ancient world
Antique Greece
1. Ancient Greece (historical review)
2. The Greek AGON. Holidays. Theatre and sports
3. Slavery
4. Women's world. Family and children. Education and training
5. City and housing, interiors, furniture
6. Food. Suit
7. Mythology, religion
8. Philosophy and science
9. Literature and art
Antique Rome
10. Ancient Rome (historical review)
11. Traditions of the Roman world. War and military glory
12. Slavery
13. Rest and entertainment, holidays. Gladiatorial fight
14. Women's world. Family and children. Education and training
15. Ancient urbanization. Housing, interiors, furniture
16. Food. Suit
17. Religion. The cult of water
18. Philosophy and science
19. Literature and art
Section II. Middle ages
20. Medieval Europe (historical review)
The theme of 21. Medieval chivalry. War as a way of life
22. Liege orders. Peasants and townspeople
The theme of 23. Woman and family. The cult of "beautiful lady"
24. Society: demography, triad of disasters, "ages of life"
25. People Of The Middle Ages
26. Christian world: religion, Church, faith
27. Medieval spaces: space and time
28. Material environment. Technique
29. City and home. Interiors, furniture
30. Food
31. Medieval costume
32. Medieval scholarship. Philosophy, science
33. Literature. Music. Theatre
34. Architecture. Fine art
Section III. The Renaissance and New time
35. The Renaissance (a historical overview)
36. Evolution of chivalry. Culture "tops". Renaissance styling
37. Woman and family. Courtesy
38. Theme of death. Macabre culture
39. Urban environment and housing. Interiors, furniture
40. Costume of The Renaissance. “Spanish fashion”
41. Philosophy and science
42. Literature. Music
43. Theatre
44. Fine art of Italy
45. Art Of The Northern Renaissance
New time
46. New time (historical review)
47. Culture of absolutism. The nobility and the third estate. The lower classes of the towns and villages
48. Gallant age
49. The power of the XVI–XVIII centuries.
The theme of 50. The city and the home of the XVII–XVIII centuries the interiors and the furniture
51. Suit. Baroque and Rococo
52. The classical philosophy of the New age
53. The science of Modern times
54. Literature of the XVII–XVIII centuries.
55. Music and theatre in the XVII–XVIII centuries.
56. Architecture and fine arts of XVII–XVIII centuries.
Bourgeois age
57. Bourgeois society. Victorian. Gentleman and dandy
58. Industrial age. Technique and life
59. Living environment of the XIX century Interiors and furniture
60. Costume of XIX century.
61. Development of science of the XIX century. Natural and exact Sciences
62. Philosophy, social Sciences of the XIX century.
63. The literature of the first half of the XIX century.
64. Literature of the second half of the XIX century.
65. Fine arts of the XIX century.
66. Music of the XIX century.
67. Theatre of the XIX century.
Section I. Ancient Russia
Introduction. Features of formation of Russian culture
68. Ancient Russia: X-XII centuries (historical review)
69. Everyday life
70. The Prince and the squad
71. Material environment
72. Slavic paganism. baptism of Russia
73. Education. Literature
74. Art
Section II. medieval Russia
75. Russia of the XIII–XVII centuries (a historical overview)
76. Russia and the Golden Horde
77. Princely-boyar environment, the Royal court. Nobles, military service
78. City. People city
79. Peasant world. Serfs
80. Women's world. Marriage and family. Children
81. Religion, Church, faith
82. Monasteries and monasticism. Wacky
83. Pagan and folk comic culture. Folklore
84. Medieval town. Housing, interiors, furniture
85. Food
86. Medieval costume
87. Education, education
88. Social and political thought
89. Literature XIV–XV centuries.
90. Literature of the SIXTEENTH and SEVENTEENTH centuries.
91. Architecture and fine arts of the XIV–XV centuries.
92. Architecture and fine arts of XVI–XVII centuries.
93. Music and theatre
Section III. New time
94. Russia XVIII-XIX centuries (historical review)
95. Reforms Of Peter I. Europeanization Of Russia
96. Nobility. Traditions and way of life
97. Merchant class. Officialdom. Intelligentsia
98. Peasantry. Peace village
99. Women's world. Family and children
100. Holidays, recreation, entertainment
101. Urban environment and housing. Interiors, furniture
102. New age costume
103. Education of the XVIII century.
104. Education and science of the XVIII century.
105. Education and training of the NINETEENTH century.
106. Development of science of the XIX century. Natural and exact Sciences
107. Humanities, philosophy, social and political thought of the NINETEENTH century.
108. Literature of the XVIII century.
109. Literature of the NINETEENTH century.
110. Architecture and fine arts of the XVIII century.
111. Architecture of the NINETEENTH century.
112. Fine arts of the NINETEENTH century.
113. Music of XVIII century.
114. Music of the NINETEENTH century.
115. Theater of the XVIII century.
116. Theatre of the NINETEENTH century.
Conclusion. XX century: horizons of the Soviet era



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