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The End of Europe's Middle Ages is designed to assist those students engaged in Renaissance, Reformation and Early Modern studies who lack a background in medieval European history. The site provides a brief overview of the conditions at the end of Europe's Middle Ages, summarizing the economic, political, religious and...
The End of Europe's Middle Ages is designed to assist those students engaged in Renaissance, Reformation and Early Modern studies who lack a background in medieval European history. The site provides a brief overview of the conditions at the end of Europe's Middle Ages, summarizing the economic, political, religious and intellectual environment of the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries to furnish a baseline against which the vast changes of the following centuries may be measured.
The beginning- Tutorial Instruction- alerts the viewer to the technical requirements required to navigate, optimally, through the tutorial. A nice plus.
The tutorial,itself, is well organized and easy to navigate, and touches on many of the subjects that highlight the period BUT in a cursory way. Highlights define but do not provide any in depth information or analysis. Best use- as an introduction to "Europe's Middle Ages" to beginning students, as a framework.
Time spent reviewing site:
3 years ago
Minimal information but direct and useful. As a tutorial it is short and easy to use. It may be presented in class or "followed" by a student without much effort. The section on the Ottoman Empire was a pleasant surprise.