Eugene F. Rice, J. is William R. Shepard Professor of History at Columbia University. The first chapters of their book survey in detail several trends that radically changed life in Europe.
Eugene F. His most recent book is Saint Jerome in the Renaissance. Anthony Grafton is Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University. The technology of printing by movable type on rag-based paper revolutionized transmission of factual knowledge and freed the memory, enabling education to move its focus from memorization to thinking and judgment.
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Eugene Franklin Rice Jr. (August 20, 1924 – August 4, 2008) was an American historian specializing in the Church Fathers, Early Modern Europe, and Western homosexualities. Rice was born in Lexington, Kentucky and raised in Puerto Rico, where his father was president of The Central Aguirre Sugar Company. He was educated at Eaglebrook School (1937–39) and Phillips Exeter Academy. He entered Harvard University in 1942, but was soon drafted.
Eugene Franklin Rice,, American history educator. Guggenheim Foundation fellow Institute for Advanced Study, 1959-1960, 62-63, National Endowment of the Humanities fellow, 1974-1975. Staff sergeant United States Army, 1943-1945, European Theatre of Operations.
excellent on many points. com User, July 15, 2006. The chief strength of this book is its coverage of economic, military and political history. Of course in this period (basically the Renaissance and Reformation) most of us focus on the artistic, religious, philosophical and scientific developments-so we can use this background information very well.
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Presentation on theme: "The Foundations of Early Modern Europe, 1460-1559 Eugene F. Rice, Jr. Anthony Grafton. 3 The Printing Press Gutenberg’s printing press Block printing and paper from China 1250- 1350. Oil-bases ink and moveable type. Desire for books, secular and religious. Printing halted corruption of the scribe and restored classical texts to near to original integrity. 4. 5 The New Warfare Shaped the pattern of European political and social change. Siege warfare altered battlefield-Hundred Years War. Shepard Professor of History at Columbia University His recent books include Defenders of the Text: The Traditions of Scholarship in an Age of Science and New Worlds. His recent books include Defenders of the Text: The Traditions of Scholarship in an Age of Science and New Worlds, Ancient Texts: The Power of Tradition and The Shock of Discovery.
Was the shift from old to new in this period a transition from medieval to modern?Professor Rice, assisted in this edition by Professor Tony Grafton continues to argue, as in the first edition, that this century represents a shift from medieval to "early" modern.