A lecture by Mátyás Erdélyi (CEFRES) in the frame of the Franco-czech historical seminar organized by Institute for Czech History of the Faculty of arts, Charles University (FFUK), in collaboration with CEFRES.
Venue: Faculty of Arts of Charles University, nám. J. Palacha 2, Prague 1, room 201
The industrial revolution is commonly considered as a constitutive part of the “Great Transformation” of the nineteenth century that made possible the birth of modern societies. The seminar proposes perspectives about how to understand the revolutionary and non-revolutionary nature of this event based on selected primary and secondary sources.