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The SAGE Handbook of Historical Theory

Nancy Partner McGill University
Sarah Foot University of Oxford
© 2013   544 pages   SAGE Publications Ltd   
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Hardcover ISBN: 9781412931144 $176.00
Ebook ISBN: 9781848600423
PART ONE: 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 <i>Kind</i> 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
PART TWO: 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 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
PART THREE: 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

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