A comprehensive introduction to European history between the end of the Middle Ages and the end of the eighteenth century, this text combines compelling narrative accounts with thoughtful analyses of historical developments and events. Immersing students in the social, political, economic, religious, and cultural perspectives of the era, Medieval to Modern explores the many ways in which this time of immense change shaped the modern world.
Resources for Medieval to Modern: Early Modern Europe
Instructor's Manual (by Mark Konnert) Each chapter includes learning objectives, a chapter summary, debate/discussion suggestions, lists of key people, places, and events, suggested research topics/activities, and additional readings and weblinks.
Test Bank (by Gregory Bryan, University of Manitoba) Each chapter contains 10 multiple choice questions, 15-20 true or false questions, 20 short answer ques...