Crises. and. Changes. in. the. Late. Middle. Ages. Antoni Riera At the start of the fourteenth century and after a ... Like the rest of the West, the Crown of Aragon suffered a crisis of cereal supply, pandemics, natural calamities and ...
The crown of Aragon in itself and overseas: a singular Mediterranean empire / Flocel Sabate -- The northeast Iberian Peninsula and its Muslim rulers (8th-12th century) / Jesus Brufal -- Aragon and the Catalan counties before the union / Adam J. Kosto -- An intense but stymied Occitan Campaign / Pere Benito -- The culture (9th-12th centuries): clerics and troubadours / Isabel Grifoll -- The Romanesque in the mountains and on the border / Xavier Barral-i-Altet -- Territory, power and institutions in the crown of Aragon / Flocel Sabate -- The beginnings of urban manufacturing and long distance trade / Antoni Riera -- Crises and changes in the late Middle Ages / Antoni Riera -- The commercial influence of the crown of Aragon in the eastern Mediterranean (13th-15th centuries) / Damien Coulon -- The people: labourers and rulers in an expanding society / Maria Bonet -- Islands and the control of the Mediterranean space / Alessandra Cioppi and Sebastiana Nocco -- Language: from the countryside to the royal court / Lola Badia and Isabel Grifoll -- Writers at the end of Middle Ages / Lola Badia -- A Gothic Mediterranean Catalan art / Xavier Barral-i-Altet -- Identities in contact in the Mediterranean / Flocel Sabate -- The Medieval legacy: constitutionalism versus absolutism: the case of Catalonia / Antoni Simon -- The Medieval heritage: islands and territories with a specific identity? / Luciano Gallinari and Esther Marti Sentanes -- The Catalans and the Mediterranean / David Abulafia
The Crown s Servants
Release on 2002-05-30 | by G. E. Aylmer
Symbols were of course also open to use by the Crown's opponents, as with the Pope Burnings, the wearing of green ... London Crowds in the Reign of Charles II: Propaganda and Politics from the Restoration until the Exclusion Crisis ...
The Crown's Servants is a major new study of English central government and the royal court from the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660 to the death of Charles II in 1685. A sequel to the author's two earlier studies, of royal officials under Charles I (1625-1642) and office-holders under the Commonwealth and the Cromwellian Protectorate (1649-1660), it sets out to explore the extent to which the restoration of the monarchy undid the changes brought about under the Republic. The author looks at the institutions of government, its methods and procedures, the terms and conditions of service, and its personnel both collectively and individually. He considers the policies, tasks, successes, and failures of the regime, and relates these to the process of state formation and to the impact of the state on society. This is both the culmination of a lifetime's work and a crucial contribution in its own right to the history of seventeenth century England and the development of English government.
Revolution and Rebellion in the Early Modern World
Release on 1991-04-02 | by Jack A. Goldstone
Indeed , it was tax evasion and resistance by the landed classes that wrecked the Crown's ability to pay for war . And it was not exceptional military pressures that caused the crisis . The Crown spent heavily for war in the sixteenth ...
What can the great crises of the past teach us about contemporary revolutions? Arguing from an exciting and original perspective, Goldstone suggests that great revolutions were the product of 'ecological crises' that occurred when inflexible political, economic, and social institutions were overwhelmed by the cumulative pressure of population growth on limited available resources. Moreover, he contends that the causes of the great revolutions of Europe—the English and French revolutions—were similar to those of the great rebellions of Asia, which shattered dynasties in Ottoman Turkey, China, and Japan. The author observes that revolutions and rebellions have more often produced a crushing state orthodoxy than liberal institutions, leading to the conclusion that perhaps it is vain to expect revolution to bring democracy and economic progress. Instead, contends Goldstone, the path to these goals must begin with respect for individual liberty rather than authoritarian movements of 'national liberation.' Arguing that the threat of revolution is still with us, Goldstone urges us to heed the lessons of the past. He sees in the United States a repetition of the behavior patterns that have led to internal decay and international decline in the past, a situation calling for new leadership and careful attention to the balance between our consumption and our resources. Meticulously researched, forcefully argued, and strikingly original, Revolutions and Rebellions in the Early Modern World is a tour de force by a brilliant young scholar. It is a book that will surely engender much discussion and debate.
The Crown and Canadian Federalism
Release on 2013-08-31 | by D. Michael Jackson
Andrew Heard,“The Governor General's Suspension of Parliament,” inPeter Russell andLorne Sossin, eds., Parliamentary Democracy in Crisis, 52–53. 36. PatrickMonahan, “The Constitutional Role ofthe Governor General,” inJennifer Smith and ...
More than ever Canada’s constitutional monarchy should be treasured as a distinct asset for the nation. Following Queen Elizabeth II’s historic Diamond Jubilee in 2012, there is renewed interest in the institution of the Crown in Canada and the roles of the queen, governor general, and lieutenant governor. Author D. Michael Jackson traces the story of the monarchy and the Crown and shows how they are integral to Canada’s parliamentary democracy. His book underscores the Crown’s key contribution to the origins, evolution, and successful functioning of Canadian federalism, while the place of the monarchy in francophone Canada and the First Nations receives special attention. Complex issues such as the royal prerogative, constitutional conventions, the office of lieutenant governor, and Canada’s honours system are made readily accessible to the general reader. Jackson examines the option of republican governance for Canada and concludes that responsible government under a constitutional monarchy is far preferable. He further argues that the Crown should be treasured as a distinct asset for Canada.
Tudor Frontiers and Noble Power
Release on 1995 | by Steven G. Ellis
The following two chapters analyse both the difficulties which the crown faced in responding to this crisis of its own making and also the impact of the changes on the quality of government in the two regions . The most evident result ...
This work examines the Tudor government and the formation of the British state from the perspective of the borderlands which made up over half of English territory. It proposes that it was the frontiers, not lowland England, which provided the real test of Tudor statesmanship.
The Crown The Official Companion Volume 2
Release on 2019-11-19 | by Robert Lacey
Fascinating and fast-paced, this is a unique look behind the history that inspired the show and the years that would prove to be the making of the Queen. The Crown is now available to watch on Netflix.
Can’t get enough of The Crown? In this must-have exploration of the history behind seasons 2 and 3 of Peter Morgan’s Emmy-winning Netflix drama, the show’s historical consultant answers all your questions alongside beautifully reproduced archival photographs. In this eye-opening companion to seasons 2 and 3 of Netflix’s acclaimed series The Crown, renowned biographer and historical consultant Robert Lacey takes us through the real history that inspired the drama. Covering two tumultuous decades in the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, Lacey looks at the key social, political, and personal moments and their effects—not only on the royal family but also on the world around them. From the Suez Crisis and the U.S.–Soviet space race to the legacy of the Duke of Windsor’s collaboration with Hitler, along with the rumored issues with the royal marriage, the book provides a thought-provoking insight into the historic decades that the show explores, revealing the truth behind the on-screen drama. Fascinating and fast-paced, this is a unique look behind the history that inspired the show and the years that would prove to be the making of the Queen. The Crown is now available to watch on Netflix. The Crown is produced by Left Bank Pictures in association with Sony Pictures Television for Netflix.
Release on 2018-10 | by Kim Maas
Gain the insight, keys, and strategy you need for facing, navigating, and overcoming your own Ziklag moments, with unwavering faith and courage.But the story isn't over.
Crisis comes to everyone. It is a strategy devised by the enemy to keep you from your God-given destiny and often comes moments before the fulfilment of a prophetic promise. No one is immune.David was only twelve days from becoming king and receiving the crown prophesied to him by Samuel. He was in exile, fighting the enemies of Israel, leading his mighty men from a place of hiddenness, and walking out a life of faith amid trial. Then came the events at Ziklag. The enemy hit him hard in a place and in a way he did not expect or anticipate, turning his world upside down. His decisions would be crucial to the outcome.Are you prepared to face your own Ziklag? Are trials and circumstances preventing you from fulfilling God's call on your life?In this two-part booklet, you will discover how David's choices and response to God during the most pivotal moment in his life make all the difference in turning his crisis in to a crown. Gain the insight, keys, and strategy you need for facing, navigating, and overcoming your own Ziklag moments, with unwavering faith and courage.But the story isn't over. In Part II of Facing Ziklag: Turning Crisis into Crowns learn from David as he deals wisely with error, Egyptians, exhaustion, and more. The Facing Ziklag Companion Journal is a "must have" to help you work through your own Ziklag moment and move you forward to see it turned into a crown.
War Politics and Finance in Late Medieval English Towns
Release on 2005 | by Christian Drummond Liddy
199 First , the crown's financial demands to fund its military campaigns led to the grant of high and regular tax levies ... that the king and his councillors take ' good and wise counsel and provide a swift remedy to the crisis .
Relations between town and crown in late medieval England examined through two of its most important towns, Bristol and York.
The Stuart Age
Release on 2014-01-14 | by Barry Coward
A few years ago it would have been possible to begin this section on the Exclusion Crisis with a simple sentence like: 'for ... by the issue of exclusion and that 'crisis' exaggerates the seriousness of the situation facing the crown.
The Stuart Age provides an accessible introduction to many major themes of the period including: the causes of the English Civil War, the nature of the English Revolution; the aims and achievements of Oliver Cromwell; the continuation of religious passion in the politics of Restoration England; and the impact on Britain of the Glorious Revolution. In it Coward also covers the relevant history of Scotland and Ireland and gives comprehensive treatment of economic, social, intellectual, as well as political and religious history.
Works The crown of wild olive Munera polveris Pre Raphaelitism Aratra Pentelici The ethics of the dust Fiction fair and foul The elements of drawing
Release on 1990 | by John Ruskin
Now, thirdly — and here is much the worst phase of the crisis. This past system of misgovernment, especially during the last three hundred years, has prepared, by its neglect, a class among the lower orders which it is now peculiarly ...
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-06-29 - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
`[This] volume provides a unique and advantageous perspective to the trainees and practitioners in the adolescent substance abuse field. It offers a sophisticated perspective on addiction treatment techniques developed in recent years, with a sensitivity to the social and developmental needs of the adolescent.' Marc Galanter, from the Foreword.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2001-09-14 - Publisher: Elsevier
Innovations in Adolescent Substance Abuse Interventions focuses on developmentally appropriate approaches to the assessment, prevention, or treatment of substance use problems among adolescents. Organized into 16 chapters, this book begins with an assessment of adolescent substance use; theory, methods, and effectiveness of a drug abuse prevention approach; and problem behavior
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-08-25 - Publisher: Springer
The second edition of this book incorporates the latest theory, research, and best practices for understanding, treating, and preventing substance abuse among adolescents. It updates the progress made in treatments for and prevention of the misuse of substances and adds new specific chapters on prescriptions, opiates, and methamphetamine abuse. The
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-04-04 - Publisher: Routledge
Here is a comprehensive review of adolescent substance abuse issues and an expansive, empirically based curriculum for school-based programs to teach adolescents about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. The abuse of alcohol and other drugs among young people is a problem of alarming scope and gravity. Adolescent Substance Abuse
Authors: Carl Leukefeld, Thomas P. Gullotta, Michelle Staton-Tindall
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-04-02 - Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Substance abuse is, and has always been, an indisputable fact of life. People – especially young people – abuse various legal and illegal substances for any number of reasons: to intensify feelings, to achieve deeper consciousness, to escape reality, to self-medicate. And as substance-abusing teenagers mature, they pose particular challenges