Chapter 14 Review Cultural

  • Period: Nov 7, 1400 to

    New Ideals

    New ideals were not accepted untill much later, tradition dominated.
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    revolts

    economic, religious, political, social, tech
  • Period: Oct 30, 1500 to

    Literature

    most literature at this time was centered on attacking political, religious, and scientific beliefs
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    art

    baroque, w? emphasis on light and ninja turtles
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    archetecture

    Many buildings were decorated with paintings for loved ones and mirrors, also modeled after Louis XIV Versallies.
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    Slaves

    African influence increases.
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    food

    sugar important
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    Respect other cultures

    Qualities unique to each culture is cultural relativism.
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    Rococo and Neoclassical

    Rococo showed the rich having fun and used pastel colors. Neoclassical--people did the opposite and many moved to Rome.
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    Kant

    Believes the human mind can reason
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    Herder

    German Culturalist
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    Goethe

    Wrote Faustus
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    Schlegel

    Progressive early romantic writer
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    Cole Ridge & Worsworth

    wrote about losing poetic vision
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    ARTWORK

    Man versus Nature
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    Lord Byron

    A Rebel among romantic poets
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    Egypt

    Rosetta Stone discovered through cultural sensitivity and Egyptian archetecture becomes popular.
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    realism and naturalism

    life really sucks and life sucks (respectivly)
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    rascism

    increases not only by race
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    women

    roles stayed largely the same
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    Archetecture

    Midevel archetecture popular
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    modernism

    concern for baeuty
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    impressionism

    depict modern life
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    post impressionism

    impressionism with earlier artistic traditions
  • herzl

    jewish state
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    cubism

    different perspectives
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    Socialist Realism

    Focused on economic achievements.
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    Christian Minimalism

    Hierarchical scaling.
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    Americanization

    American culture and products spread to Europe and crreated a new consumer society.
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    Abstract

    No rhyme or reason to paintings.
  • 9-11

    Muslim terrorists Attach the US