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歐洲文化概況(附光碟高等學校英語專業系列教材)

  • 作者:(英)西德韋爾
  • 出版社:外語教研
  • ISBN:9787560073378
  • 出版日期:2008/06/01
  • 裝幀:平裝
  • 頁數:500
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    「高等學校英語專業系列教材」是一套為英語專業高年級本科生和研究生教材,包括高級英語語言技能、英語專業知識相關專業知識三個方面。本系列教材為開放式,涵蓋面廣,設計科學,注重金飯碗生、知識性與實用性,有助於學習者在掌握英語技能的基礎上進一步擴展知識領域,培養應用能力,提高綜合素養。
    
    本書作者Duncan Sidwell具有多年語言教學和教材編寫方面的經驗,從西方人的視角敘述歐洲文化的發展變遷,語言地道、幽默風趣。本書既可用作高樣英語專業文化課教材,也可供水平相當 的英語學習者參考,具有 如下特點:
    結構清晰,系統、全面地介紹了歐洲文化,注重史實,詳略得當。
    圖文並茂,並配CD-ROM光碟,最大限度擴充內容,提供更多教學參考。
    提供了詳細的教學建議,每章均有引言和總述,每節標題下均附重點內容提示,概要介紹該部分內容。
    每章設複習題及討論題,注重文化的橫向比較,把歐洲文化的發展放在世界文化發展的宏觀背景中,有意識地引導學習者深入思考。
    附錄中提供了大量實用的信息,如:哲學術語彙總、英語人名地名匯總、希臘羅馬神話中諸神對照表等,方便讀者查閱

作者介紹
(英)西德韋爾

目錄
CHAPTER 1 ANCIENT GREECE AND THE HELLENISTIC AGE
 Introduction
 Part 1 The history of Greece
  1 The predecessors of the Greeks
  2 The Greeks arrive
  3 The Hellenistic Age (338-30 BC)
 Part 2 Religion, politics, and daily life
  4 Greek religion
  5 The early development of politics
  6 Society and education
 Part 3 Literature and historical writing
  7 Early Greek literature
  8 Literature of the Lyric Age (700-490 BC)
  9 Drama in the ClassicalAge
  10 Literature in the Hellenistic Age
  11 Historical writing
 Part 4 The arts
  12 Architecture
  13 Sculpture
  14 Pottery
  15 Music
 Part 5 Philosophy and science
  16 Philosophy and science from the seventh to the third century BC
  17 Science in the Hellenistic Age
 Conclusion
CHAPTER 2 ANCIENT ROME
 Introduction
 Part 1 The history of Rome
  1 Historical background: Rome from Republic to Empire
 Part 2 Society and daily life
  2 Religion
  3 The family and education
  4 Entertainment
 Part 3 The arts, law and writing
  5 The arts
  6 Roman law
  7 Roman literature and historical writing
 Conclusion
CHAPTER 3 JUDAEO-CHRISTIANITY
 Introduction
 Part 1 The history of the Jews and of early Christianity
  1 The Hebrews and the creation of Israel
  2 Jews in the Hellenistic Age
  3 Jesus and the first Christians
  4 From persecution to state religion
  5 Establishing the Christian church  
  6 Early church debates and disputes
  7 Monasticism
 Part 2 The Bibe-The Old Testament
  8 The Creation and the Law of Moses

  9 The history of Israel
  10 Wisdom, unhappiness and poetry
  11 Protest and prophecy
 Part 3 The Bible-The New Testament
  12 The texts of the New Testament
  13 The nature of the New Testament
  14 The life and teaching of Jesus as shown in the Gospels
  15 The Acts of the Apostles, the teaching of Paul and early letters
  16 The Book of Revelation
 Part 4 Perspectives on Judaism and Christianity
  17 Historical aspects of Judaism and Christianity
 Conclusion
CHAPTER 4 THE MIDDLE AGES
 Introduction
 Part 1 The Early Middle Ages from 500 to 1000 AD
  1 The collapse of the Roman Empire in the west
  2 The growth of order
  3 The early medieval population and the medieval world view
  4 Learning and literature
  5 Charlemagne and the restoration of learning
 Part 2 The Late Middle Ages--new social organisation,chivalry and the crusades
  6 The new social organisation of the tenth to the thirteenth centuries
  7 Chivalry
  8 The crusades
 Part 3 The Late Middle Ages--intellectual change and controversy
  9 Social change and the growth of law
  10 Intellectual controversy-faith or reason?
  11 The church strengthens its authority
  12 The church and the state in dispute
 Part 4 The Late Middle Ages--the arts and science
  13 Architecture and art
  14 Literature
  15 Music
  16 Science
 Conclusion
CHAPTER 5  THE RENAISSANCE AND THE REFORMATION
  Introduction
  Part 1  The Renaissance
    1  The Renaissance in Italy
    2  Humanist writers
    3  Rationalism and its effect
    4  The arts
    5  Plants and gardens
    6  Music
    7  Science and technology
    8  Exploration of the world
  Part 2  The Renaissance in countries other than Italy
    9  France
    10  England
    11  Spain

    12  Germany
    13  Northwest Europe
  Part 3  The Reformation
    14  The history of the division of the church
    15  The historical context of the Reformation
    16  Martin Luther and the Reformation
    17  The Reformation elsewhere than in Germany
    18  The Counter-Reformation in the mid-sixteenth century
  Conclusion
CHAPTER 6  THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY
  Introduction
  Part 1  Historical background--religion, trade, governance
    1  Religion
    2  Trade and the middle class
    3  Kings, God and taxation
    4  Struggles for the state--Absolutism in France
    5  Struggles for the state--The English Civil War
  Part 2  New directions in thought
    6  Philosophy
  Part 3  Science
    7  The development of science and women's contribution
    8  From Kepler to Newton
  Part 4 The arts and literature
    9  The nature of Baroque architecture and art
    10  Architecture
    11  Painting and sculpture
    12  Music
    13  Literature
  Conclusion
CHAPTER 7  THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY
  Introduction
  Part I  Politics and society
    1  Political development
    2  Society and its development
  Part 2  Enlightenment thinkers
    3  Thinkers and themes
  Part 3 Agriculture, industry and science
    4  The Agricultural Revolution
    5  The Industrial Revolution
    6  Science
  Part 4 The arts and literature
    7  Architecture
    8 Art
    9  Music
    10  Literature
  Conclusion
CHAPTER 8  THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: 1800-1870
  Introduction
  Part I  Europe from 1795-1870
    1  Napoleon Bona  Parte (1769-1821) and his legacy

    2  The restoration of monarchies and revolution
    3  The unification of Italy and Germany and the Commune
  Part 2 Industrialisation: its effect on populations and on thought
    4  Industrialisation, towns and the organisation of labour
    5  The effect of industrialisation on thought
  Part 3 The Romantic Movement
    6  The nature of Romanticism
    7  Romantic Art
  Part 4 Realism
    8  Realism in literature
    9  Realism in art
  Part 5 Architecture, music and science
    10  Architecture
    11  Music
    12  Science
  Conclusion
CHAPTER 9  EUROPE 1870-1914
  Introduction
  Part I  Historical and social context
    1  Historical context (1870-1914)
    2  Industrial and social trends
  Part 2  Literature and art from Naturalism to Symbolism
    3  The nature of Naturalism and Symbolism
    4  Naturalist writers
    5  Early Symbolism in literature
    6  The Impressionists and Symbolists
  Part 3  Psychology and science
    7  The psychological theories of Sigmund Freud
    8  Science and the extraordinary year 1905
    9  The shape of the atom
    10  Space
  Part 4 Modernism
    11  The roots and nature of Modernism
    12  Modernism in art and architecture
    13  Modernist writing
    t4  Modernist music and dance
  Conclusion
CHAPTER 10  EUROPE 1914-2000
  Introduction
  Part I  Historical developments and the social background, 1914-1945
    1  Historical context (1914-1945)
    2  Society and popular culture in the interwar years
  Part 2  Literature and the arts between the wars
    3  Literature
    4 Art
    5  Architecture
  Part 3  Historical background from 1945 to 2000
    6  A new political world--1945 to 2000
    7  Industrial, social and cultural developments
    8  The philosophical background

  Part 4 Literature, arts and science after 1945
    9  Literature
    10 Art
    11  Architecture
    12  Music
    13  Post-1945 film
    14  Science
  Conclusion
APPENDICES
    1  Philosophical and religious terms
    2  Personal names
    3  Geographical terms
    4  References Chapters 1-10
    5  Notes on answers to Questions for revision
    6  Acknowledgements
    7  The divinities of Greece and Rome
    8  Index

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