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- Take a look at a timeline of the Second Industrial Revolution.
- Discuss the theories and philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche.
- Learn about Freud's psychoanalytic theory.
- Explain how medicine advanced during the 19th century.
- Understand Darwin's theories.
- Describe the structure of European society during the Second Industrial Revolution.
- Discuss the growth of pro- and anti-Semitic movements in Europe during the 19th century.
- Learn about feminism in 19th century Europe and America.
- Understand the origin of the study of social science.
- Take a look at the trends in art during the 19th century.
- Become familiar with works of Romantic prose and Romantic poetry.
- Describe the characteristics of Victorian literature.
- Examine the art of the impressionists and expressionists.
- Learn the effects of European imperialism.
1. The Second Industrial Revolution: Timeline & Inventions
The Second Industrial Revolution was another great leap forward in technology and society. New innovations in steel production, petroleum and electricity led to the introduction of public automobiles and airplanes. In this lesson, learn about the key inventions that spurred this revolution.
2. Friedrich Nietzsche: Biography, Theories & Philosophy
In this lesson, we explore the life and theories of the German philosopher who is considered the founder of the modern nihilist movement, Friedrich Nietzsche.
3. Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory on Instincts, Motivation, Personality & Development
Learn how Sigmund Freud's theories helped shape our modern understanding of human motivation and personality development. Review key terms and take a quiz at the end of the lesson to test your knowledge.
4. Advances in Medicine During the 19th Century: Theories & Achievements
In this lesson, we explore several of the important advances made in medicine during the 19th century, both in general medical knowledge and inventions that improved medicinal technique.
5. Charles Darwin: Voyages, Theories & Works
In this lesson we explore the life and voyages of the 19th-century British naturalist Charles Darwin and his formulation of the theory of natural selection.
6. Social Class During the Second Industrial Revolution: Overview & Structure
In this lesson, we explore the second half of the Industrial Revolution and the momentous changes industrial life had on late 19th and early 20th-century society, from where people lived to how they measured time.
7. Judaism, Antisemitism, and Zionism: Attitudes, Growth & Movements
In this lesson, we explore the history of Judaism and antisemitism in Europe, specifically in the 19th century. We further delve into the Zionist movement that grew in response to European antisemitism.
8. Feminism in the 19th Century: Women's Rights, Roles, and Limits
In this lesson, we explore the early women's rights movement and their rejection of traditional gender roles in the 19th and early 20th centuries in the United States and Great Britain.
9. Social Science is Born: History, Anthropology, Sociology and Archaeology
In this lesson, we will explore the birth, growth, and early trends of some of the social sciences, including history, archaeology, anthropology, and sociology, during the 19th century.
10. 19th Century Arts: Romanticism, Music, and Art
In this lesson, we explore the arts and popular culture of the 19th century, from the Romanticist trends in Western literature to the growing concert halls and changes in the art world.
11. Introduction to Romantic Prose: Overview of Authors and Works
Romantic prose exists in novels, short stories and essays written during the Romantic period, specifically in England. The Romantic period lasted from about 1800 to 1840.
12. Introduction to Romantic Poetry: Overview of Authors and Works
Like the French Revolution that helped inspire it, the Romantic poetry movement signaled massive, controversial changes with ramifications that are still being felt today. Watch this video lesson for an introduction to Romantic poetry, including descriptions of the major authors and significant works.
13. Introduction to Victorian Literature: Overview of Themes, Style, and Authors
Victorian literature is literature written in England during the reign of Queen Victoria, or roughly from 1837 -1901. It is largely characterized by the struggle of working people and the triumph of right over wrong.
14. European Imperialism: Characteristics, Motives & Effects
This lesson will explore European imperialism in the 19th and 20th centuries. In doing this it will define New Imperialism and explain how economic growth, national rivalries, and moral superiority motivated it.
15. Peterloo Massacre of 1819: Facts & Overview
In this lesson, we will explore the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 in which a 60,000-strong demonstration for political and tariff reform in Manchester, England, was charged by an English cavalry detachment.
16. History of French Fashion
Why is it that France is automatically connected to a reputation of fashion, glamour and luxury? This lesson will examine various historical characteristics of French fashion to determine how this connection was made and why it still exists today.
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