History of the Early Modern Period
Image: Experiencing the acceleration of time is a basic characteristic of neu:zeit. This was made abundantly clear in the great interest Emperor Karl V (1500-1558) showed in mechanical clocks after his abdication. The clock documented here was one of his possessions.
At the History of the Early Modern Period section, modern history from the late 15th to the middle of the 19th century is researched and taught in a local, regional and European context. It is the ambivalence of this epoch in the way it looks back to the Middle Ages and ahead to subsequent Modernity that makes it particularly fascinating, especially in the light of current social developments.
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