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Auteur(s) : Seigel, Jerrold E. (1936-....)  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : Modernity and bourgeois life [Texte imprimé] : society, politics, and culture in England, France and Germany since 1750 / Jerrold Seigel

Publication : Cambridge : Cambridge University Press,, 2012.

Description matérielle : xi, 626 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

Comprend : 1. Introduction: ends and means ; Part I. Contours of Modernity: 2. Precocious integration: England; 3. Monarchical centralization, privilege, and conflict: France; 4. Localism, state-building, and bürgerliche gesellschaft: Germany; 5. Modern industry, class, and party politics in nineteenth-century England; 6. France and bourgeois France: from teleocracy to autonomy; 7. One special path: modern industry, politics, and bourgeois life in Germany ; Part II. Calculations and Lifeworlds: 8. Time, money, capital; 9. Men and women; 10. Bourgeois morals: from Victorianism to modern sexuality; 11. Jews as bourgeois and network people ; Part III. A Culture of Means: 12. Public places, private spaces; 13. Bourgeois and others; 14. Bourgeois life and the avant-garde; 15. Conclusion.

Note(s) : Includes bibliographical references (pages 541-610) and index
"To be modern may mean many different things, but for nineteenth-century Europeans 'modernity' suggested a new form of life in which bourgeois activities, people, attitudes and values all played key roles. Jerrold Seigel's panoramic new history offers a magisterial and highly original account of the ties between modernity and bourgeois life, arguing that they can be best understood not in terms of the rise and fall of social classes, but as features of a common participation in expanding and thickening 'networks of means' that linked together distant energies and resources across economic, political and cultural life. Exploring the different configurations of these networks in England, France and Germany, he shows how their patterns gave rise to distinctive forms of modernity in each country and shaped the rhythm and nature of change across spheres as diverse as politics, money and finance, gender relations, morality, and literary, artistic and musical life"--

Sujet(s) : Classes moyennes -- Europe -- Histoire  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Classes sociales -- Aspect politique -- Europe -- Histoire  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet
Civilisation moderne  Voir les notices liées en tant que sujet

Numéros : ISBN 9781107018105 (hardback). - ISBN 1107018102 (hardback). - ISBN 9781107666788 (paperback). - ISBN 1107666783 (paperback)

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