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The SAGE handbook of historical theory / edited by Nancy Partner and Sarah Foot.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: D16.8 .S211 2013

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    Variant Title
    Historical theory
    Format
    Book
    Published
    Los Angeles : SAGE, 2013
    Contents
    Foundations : Theoretical Frameworks for Knowledge of the Past / Nancy Partner
    Modernity and History : The Professional Discipline.
    The turn towards 'science' : historians delivering untheorized truth / Michael Bentley
    The implications of empiricism for history / Lutz Raphael
    The case for historical imagination : defending the human factor and narrative / Jan van der Dussen
    The Annales School : variations on realism, methods and time / Joseph Tendler
    Intellectual history : from ideas to meanings / Donald R. Kelley
    Social history : a new kind of history / Brian Lewis
    Postmodernism : The Linguistic Turn and Historical Knowledge.
    The work of Hayden White I : mimesis, figuration, and the writing of history / Robert Doran
    The work of Hayden White II : defamiliarizing narrative / Kalle Pihlainen
    Derrida and deconstruction : challenges to the transparency of language / Robert M. Stein
    The return of rhetoric / Hans Kellner
    Michel Foucault : the unconscious of history and culture / Clare O'Farrell
    History as text : narrative theory and history / Ann Rigney
    The boundaries of history and fiction / Ann Curthoys and John Docker
    Applications : Theory-Intensive Areas of History / Nancy Partner
    The newest social history : crisis and renewal / Brian Lewis
    Women's history/feminist history / Judith P. Zinsser
    Gender I : from women's history to gender history / Bonnie G. Smith
    Gender II : masculinity acquires a history / Karen Harvey
    Sexuality and history / Amy Richlin
    Psychoanalysis and the making of history / Michael Roper
    New national narratives / Kevin Foster
    Cultural studies and history / Gilbert B. Rodman
    Memory : witness, experience, collective meaning / Patrick H. Hutton
    Postcolonial theory and history / Benjamin Zachariah
    Coda. Post-postmodernism : Directions and Interrogations / Nancy Partner
    Post-positivist realism : regrounding representation / John H. Zammito
    Historical experience beyond the linguistic turn / Frank Ankersmit
    Photographs : reading the image for history / Judith Keilbach
    Digital information : 'Let a hundred flowers bloom ... ' : is digital a cultural revolution? / Valerie Johnson and David Thomas
    Recovering the self : agency after deconstruction / David Gary Shaw
    The fundamental things apply : Aristotle's narrative theory and the classical origins of postmodern history / Nancy Partner.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Partner, Nancy F.
    Foot, Sarah (Sarah Rosamund Irvine)
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references and index.
    Foundations : Theoretical Frameworks for Knowledge of the Past / Nancy Partner -- Modernity and History : The Professional Discipline. -- The turn towards 'science' : historians delivering untheorized truth / Michael Bentley -- The implications of empiricism for history / Lutz Raphael -- The case for historical imagination : defending the human factor and narrative / Jan van der Dussen -- The Annales School : variations on realism, methods and time / Joseph Tendler -- Intellectual history : from ideas to meanings / Donald R. Kelley -- Social history : a new kind of history / Brian Lewis -- Postmodernism : The Linguistic Turn and Historical Knowledge. -- The work of Hayden White I : mimesis, figuration, and the writing of history / Robert Doran -- The work of Hayden White II : defamiliarizing narrative / Kalle Pihlainen -- Derrida and deconstruction : challenges to the transparency of language / Robert M. Stein -- The return of rhetoric / Hans Kellner -- Michel Foucault : the unconscious of history and culture / Clare O'Farrell -- History as text : narrative theory and history / Ann Rigney -- The boundaries of history and fiction / Ann Curthoys and John Docker -- Applications : Theory-Intensive Areas of History / Nancy Partner -- The newest social history : crisis and renewal / Brian Lewis -- Women's history/feminist history / Judith P. Zinsser -- Gender I : from women's history to gender history / Bonnie G. Smith -- Gender II : masculinity acquires a history / Karen Harvey -- Sexuality and history / Amy Richlin -- Psychoanalysis and the making of history / Michael Roper -- New national narratives / Kevin Foster -- Cultural studies and history / Gilbert B. Rodman -- Memory : witness, experience, collective meaning / Patrick H. Hutton -- Postcolonial theory and history / Benjamin Zachariah -- Coda. Post-postmodernism : Directions and Interrogations / Nancy Partner -- Post-positivist realism : regrounding representation / John H. Zammito -- Historical experience beyond the linguistic turn / Frank Ankersmit -- Photographs : reading the image for history / Judith Keilbach -- Digital information : 'Let a hundred flowers bloom ... ' : is digital a cultural revolution? / Valerie Johnson and David Thomas -- Recovering the self : agency after deconstruction / David Gary Shaw -- The fundamental things apply : Aristotle's narrative theory and the classical origins of postmodern history / Nancy Partner.

    Physical Details

    Language
    English
    ISBN
    9781412931144
    1412931142
    Physical Description
    xv, 527 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm

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