Produção e Circulação de Bens na Época Moderna (not translated)


General characterization





Responsible teacher

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Weekly - 3 letivas + 1 tutorial

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Teaching language





BRAUDEL (Fernand), Civilisation matérielle, économie et capitalisme, XV-XVIII siècles, vol.II, Les jeux de l’échange e vol.III
Le temps du monde, Paris: Armand Colin, 1980
CIPOLLA (Carlo M.), Before the Industrial Revolution. European Society and Economy 1000-1700, 3.ª ed.,: Londres:
Routledge, 1993
DE VRIES (Jan), The Economy of Europe in an Age of Crisis 1600-1750, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976 (trad.
portuguesa, A Economia da Europa numa Época de Crise (1600-1750), Lisboa: Publicações D. Quixote, 1991
DUPLESSIS (Robert S.), Transitions to Capitalism in Early Modern Europe, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997
EPSTEIN (Steven A.), An Economic and Social History of Later Medieval Europe, 1000-1500, Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press, 2009
Handbook of European History 1400-1600. Late Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation (ed. Thomas A. BRADY, Heiko
A. OBERMAN, James D. TRACY), Leiden, New Tork, Colónia: E.J. Brill, 1994

Teaching method

The methodology uses theoretical and practical lessons. In addition to the exhibition by the teacher, based on literature given to students in advance of the main lines of knowledge
organization, seeks to promote critical thinking by students, by raising issues and raising their participation in guided discussions. Instruments are used as maps, graphs, tables and
documents enabling a more interactive and interventional by students.
In some practical classes (depending on the number of students enrolled), students are themselves called to animate the sessions from the presentation of texts and documents, which
should lead to discussions extended to the whole class

Evaluation method

The assessment consists of four factors: a) participation in general class discussions (20%) b) animation of a discussion session (25%), c) participation in a group work (glossary;
collection of documents) (15%) d) a critical essay (40%).

Subject matter


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