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History


Summer semester 2013/2014

List of courses (descriptions are below the list):



  1. The Middle East and Greece in Antiquity (Andrzej Kompa)

  2. Historians & Historiography in the service of Rome and Constantinople (Andrzej Kompa)

  3. Gender, Sex and Family in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (the Middle East, Greece, Rome & Byzantium) (Andrzej Kompa)

  4. La Syrie dans l’Antiquité et au Moyen Âge (Paweł Filipczak)

  5. B свете византийской культуры VIII–XII века (Kirił Marinow)

  6. Императоры, священники и христианское паство. Византийское православие (Kirił Marinow)

  7. Byzantium at War : Strategy and Tactics, Battles, Arms and Armours (Kirił Marinow)

  8. History of the Nineteenth Century (1789-1918) (Bartosz Kaczorowski)

  9. History of the European Political Thought in 19-20th Centuries (Dariusz Jeziorny)

1.

Course title

The Middle East and Greece in Antiquity

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The outline programme of the class will cover following matters (half of the classes devoted to the Middle East and half to the Ancient Greece):

- history of the ancient Near and Middle East (sources; birth of civilisations; protohistorical era – first cultural and economic developments; discovery of writing, the written sources; respective cultures and their legacy; states and entities, their constitution; societies, ethnic groups, migrations; religions of the Near East and Egypt; Sumerians and Akkadians, Babylonia, Assyria; Elam; cultures and states of Anatolia, Hittites, Hurites, Mitanni; Syria, Palestine, Israel, Phoenicia; Egypt – protodynastic, the Old, Middle and New State; history of Persia in the era of Achemenids and Sassanians, Parthia)

- history of ancient Greece (sources; geography – physical, ethnic and political; first cultures; Minoan civilisation; migrations of the Indo-europeans; Mycenaean civilisation; birth and development of poleis; great colonisation; culture of the archaic (pre-classical) period; tyrannies, aristocracies and democracies; society and constitution of Athens and Sparta; Persian wars; pentekontaetia; Peloponnesian war, fight for preponderance in the first half of 4th c.; religious beliefs of ancient Greeks, changes and developments; arts & culture: archaic, classical, Hellenistic and Roman; numismatics; Macedonia and its expansion; Alexander III the Great and his time; reorganisation of the Greek world after Alexander; diadochs, epigons etc. – their struggle and their states).

Examples of the topics (selection):

1. Geography of the ancient Greece; the Minoans – the Mycenaeans – the Hellenes
2. How the Summerians changed Mesopotamia / Gudea the Sage, the ensi of Lagash

3. Before the Old Kingdom – pre-dynastic Egypt and the era of the two first dynasties / The unknown kings of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom

4. The puzzle of the ancient Hittites; their ethnogenesis and influence on the region / the New Hittite Empire and it’s awkward fall

5. Elam – forgotten civilisation of the Ancient World / Cyrus II the Great and the beginnings of the Persian empire

6. Sanctuaries, temples, feasts – religion of the ancient Hebrews / The origins of the Israeli Monarchy

7. History of Hellenes (to the end of 6th c.) / Another Bosporus – Greek colonisation of the northern Black Sea shores

8. Money and coinage – the very beginnings / A gag or a common tool of justice? – the courts and jurists in the classical Athens

9. Agesilaus the Euripontide and his struggle to save Lacedaemon’s preponderance / Could a Spartiate flee from the battlefield?

10. Solon as a politician, a philosopher and a poet / Political fight in the threshold of catastrophe – Aeschines and his orations

11. Time of thinkers or chaos of warriors – political history of Greece after the Peloponnesian War / Philip II and his reign

12. A new era – a young Alexander and his first years on throne / The Indian expedition of Alexander / After the death of the great Alexander – lethal fights of the diadochs

13. Ichtiophagoi and Troglodytes – what did Agatarchides knew on the peripheries of the Hellenistic world / Greek attitude towards time and the Greek chronology

14. Parthia and Persia – the same or different?


Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Andrzej Kompa

Contact

andrzejkompa@uni.lodz.pl

andrzejkompa@o2.pl

USOS code




Literature




Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

2.

Course title

Historians & Historiography in the service of Rome and Constantinople

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The outline programme of the class will cover following matters – the examples of the topics in selection:

1. Roman and Byzantine historiography – its role and place in history of historiography


2. Titus Livy – a model historian [Ab urbe condita]

3. Tacite, not only a historian [Germania]

4. Ammianus Marcellinus and his description of the Roman emperors [Res gestae]

5. Early Byzantine historiography (330-610)

6. Zosimus, a child of his time [Historia nova]

7. John Malalas and a first chronicle of that kind [Chronographia]

8. Procopius of Cesarea, a panegyrist and a calumniator [Historia secreta; De aedificiis]

9. Middle Byzantine historiography (610-1204)

10. Teophanes the Confessor and his version of the Justinian II’s reign [Chronographia]

11. Michael Psellus, his description and his share in the fights within the imperial court [Chronica]

12. Anna Comnena paints a portrait of her family [Alexiada]

13. Late Byzantine historiography (1204-1500)

14. Laonicus Chalcocondyles and the most succinct vision of the universal history [Historiarum libri decem]

15. Continuation and memories of the most distant past in Byzantine historiography.



Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Andrzej Kompa

Contact

andrzejkompa@uni.lodz.pl

andrzejkompa@o2.pl

USOS code




Literature




Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

3.

Course title

Gender, Sex and Family in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (the Middle East, Greece, Rome & Byzantium)

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The course aims at discussing gender issues with reference to development and changes in civilisations of the ancient and medieval Middle East and Southern Europe (civilisations and cultures of the Near and Middle East, Syro-Palestine, ancient Greece and Rome, the eastern Roman / Byzantine empire). The classes integrate the methods and findings of both classical and gender studies, and are not restricted to but one paradigm. That enables to emphasize the vast diversity of patterns and changeability of
microstructures within societies. Among the most important issues are: the gender roles in the respective cultures, situation of women, a family, its models and its characters, LGBT issues, a notion the third sex/gender.

The outline programme of the class will cover following matters – the examples of the topics in selection:

1. what do we know about sex, gender and family in Sumer and later Mesopotamia

2. Hebrew model of family – a Biblical model, immutable or evolving

3. Gender roles, situation of family – the same or different through Greek and Roman history

4. Sexual aspect of the social life in Greece and Rome

5. Wives and heterae in the Greek poleis, classical period

6. Greek love – everywhere the same?

7. Marriage, common-law marriage, living together – Italy and the provinces

8. A univira – Roman ideal wife?

9. Roman answer to the Greek love

10. Romans and their children – issues of adulthood and parental rights; pater familias

11. Attitude of the Byzantines towards the children and the elderly

12. family as a basic microstructure in the Byzantine Empire, homo byzantinus – femina byzantina

13. Byzantine third sex – the eunuchs

14. homosexuality on the Bosphorus – phantom or reality



15. friendship or just the cliental relations – Byzantine case

Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Andrzej Kompa

Contact

andrzejkompa@uni.lodz.pl; andrzejkompa@o2.pl

USOS code




Literature




Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

4.

Course title

La Syrie dans l’Antiquité et au Moyen Âge

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

François

No. of hours

30

Course content




Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Paweł Filipczak

Contact

pawelfilipczak@uni.lodz.pl


USOS code




Literature




Field of study/ programme

histoire

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

5.

Course title

В свете византийской культуры VIII–XII века

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

Русский/Russian

No. of hours

30

Course content

Курс обхватывает следующие вопросы:


  1. Що это Византия? – передставление и характеристика главных проблемов курса

  2. Идеология власти и политическая теория в византийской империи

  3. Основы византийской дипломатии

  4. Школы и образование в Византии VIII–XII вв.

  5. Византийская теология и философия и их измерения

  6. Историки и историческая мысль средневизантийского периода

  7. Жанры византийской литературы

  8. Стратегиконы, или как надо провеждать военные столкновения

  9. Право и правовая наука

  10. Естественнонаучные и географические знания

  11. Как надо понимать византийской эстетику?

  12. Изобразительное и прикладное искусство VIII–XII вв.

  13. Основные направления в развитии византийской архитектуры

  14. В свете византийской музыки и гимнографии

  15. Быт и нравы византийцев




Assessment scheme

активное участие

Lecturer

Kirił Marinow

Contact

kiril.marinow@uni.lodz.pl

USOS code

 

Literature

 

Field of study/ programme

История/History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

6.

Course title

Императоры, священники и христианское паство. Византийское православие

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

Русский/Russian

No. of hours

30

Course content

Курс обхватывает следующие вопросы:

  1. Духовное в жизни византийцев

  2. Государство и Церковь и их взаимоотношения, часть I

  3. Государство и Церковь и их взаимоотношения, часть II

  4. Источная Церковь и Римокатолическое Папство

  5. Структура и организация Византийской церкви

  6. Патриарх, еписоп и священник. Их позиция и всекидниевие в Византии

  7. Богословие иконы

  8. Основные елементы византийской литургии

  9. Гора Афон и ее значение в жизни византийской екумены, часть I: История Афона

  10. Гора Афон и ее значение в жизни византийской екумены, часть II: Монастыря Афона

  11. Сакральное пространство в Византии

  12. Церковная архитектура Византии

  13. Духовые предводители византийцев. Портреты избранных теологов и мистиков, часть I

  14. Духовые предводители византийцев. Портреты избранных теологов и мистиков, часть II

  15. Еретики, язычники и инноверующие в Византии




Assessment scheme

активное участие

Lecturer

Kirił Marinow

Contact

kiril.marinow@uni.lodz.pl

USOS code

 

Literature

 

Field of study/ programme

История/History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

7.

Course title

Byzantium at War

Strategy and Tactics, Battles, Arms and Armours



Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The outline programme of the class will cover following matters – the examples of the topics in selection:

1. The raise of the Byzantine Army

2. The Byzantine military geography

3. From Legion to Theme – military organization

4. The Numbers

5. Arms and Armours

6. How to organize a campaign?

7. The Byzantine way of fighting

8. The Byzantines in the Highlands – strategy and tactics

9. Hoi dromoi. The Significance of the Imperial Navy

10. Strategikons – the Byzantine military writings

11. Emperor Heraklios’ campaigns against the Persians

12. 'About the emperor Nikephoros and how he leaves his bones in Bulgaria': the battle of 811

13. Kleidion 1014 – a great Byzantine victory

14. The Fall of Constantinople in 1453

15. War in Byzantine Society



Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Kirił Marinow

Contact

kiril.marinow@uni.lodz.pl

USOS code

 

Literature

 

Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

8.

Course title

History of the Nineteenth Century (1789-1918)

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The outline program of the class will cover following topics:

1. Europe in the times of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars

2. Great Britain and its Empire in the nineteenth century - international relations and internal changes
3. Vienna Order and the Holy Alliance
4. History of France in the nineteenth century - from the First to the Third Republic
5. History of small European countries (Ireland, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland) in the nineteenth century
6. Germany in the nineteenth century – internal changes and international politics
7. Italy in the nineteenth century – Risorgimento and the unification of Italy

8. America’s rise to world power


9. Balkan countries in the nineteenth century
10. The Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century - evolution of the international position and internal changes.
11. Russian Empire in the nineteenth century - the international position and internal changes
12. Far East (China, Japan, Indochina) in the nineteenth century
13. The countries of the Iberian Peninsula in the nineteenth century - the collapse of colonial empires and the internal problems of Spain and Portugal.
14. History of Africa and Asia in the era of colonialism.
15. World War I - the causes, course and consequences.


Assessment scheme

Active participation

Lecturer

Bartosz Kaczorowski

Contact

bartoszkaczorowski@wp.pl

USOS code




Literature

Bell D., The First Total War: Napoleon's Europe and the Birth of Warfare as We Know It, London 2007.

Berendt T., History derailed : Central and Eastern Europe in the Long Nineteenth Century, Berkeley 2003.

Berger S., A Companion to Nineteenth-century Europe: 1789 – 1914, Oxford 2006.

Hermann, The Arming of Europe and the Making of the First World War, New Jersey 1996.

Kłosowicz R., Documents and Readings in American history : from the Colonies to the End of the Nineteenth Century, Kraków 2005.


Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other

9.

Course title

History of the European Political Thought in 19-20th Centuries

Form*

T

Level of course

Undergraduate (bachelor’s) / graduate (master’s) / doctoral degree

Year/semester

2013/2014 summer semester

ECTS

6

Language of instruction

English

No. of hours

30

Course content

The topics proposed:

  1. Liberalism

2)  Conservatism

  1. Socialism

  2. Communism

  3. Anarchism

  4. Social Teaching of the Catholic Church

  5. Nationalism

  6. Conspiracy Theories




Assessment scheme

Active participation, short colloquium (3 questions to be answered)

Lecturer

Dariusz Jeziorny

Contact

dariuszjeziorny@uni.lodz.pl

USOS code




Literature

I. Berlin, Nacjonalizm: zlekceważona potęga, [w:] Idem Dwie koncepcje wolności, Warszawa 1991, s. 193-231

Encykliki Ojca Świętego Jana Pawła II, t. 1-2, Kraków 1996

L. Kołakowski, Główne nurty marksizmu, Warszawa 1989

M. Novak, Liberalizm – sprzymierzeniec czy wróg Kościoła. Nauczanie społeczne Kościoła a instytucje liberalne, Poznań 1993

R. Skarzyński, Konserwatyzm. Zarys dziejów filozofii politycznej, Warszawa 1998

D. Pipes, Potęga spisku. Wpływ paranoicznego myślenia na dzieje ludzkości, Warszawa 1998



Field of study/ programme

History

* L – lecture, T- tutorial, D – discussion class, Lab – laboratory, or other