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期刊名称: History Workshop Journal
Volume:64    Issue:1        Page:271-294
ISSN:1363-3554

New Ways in History, 1966-2006期刊论文

作者: Wasserstrom Jeffrey N
DOI:10.1093/hwj/dbm037

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页码: 271-294
被引频次: 2
出版者: Oxford University Press,OXFORD UNIV PRESS
期刊名称: History Workshop Journal
ISSN: 1363-3554
卷期: Volume:64    Issue:1
语言: English
摘要: This essay focuses on a series of commentaries on the state of historical studies by E.P. Thompson, Eric Hobsbawm and others that the Times Literary Supplement ran in 1966, and two recent books on the state of the discipline, Geoff Eley's highly personal A Crooked Line and a multi-author volume edited by David Cannadine, What is History Now? Using these very different works as entry points, it assesses ways that the historical profession has changed during the past forty years. Topics addressed range from the shifting audience for academic work on the past, to the links and tensions between social and cultural history, to the varying kinds of historians who have felt marginalized at different points in the recent past. Mirroring Eley's emphasis on how the backgrounds (generation, area of specialization, gender, etc.) of individual historians are bound to shape their assessments of disciplinary trends, the author presents his own critique as one made not from Olympian heights, but from the particular perspective of someone who mostly focuses on China's past and was trained at Berkeley in the 1980s.
相关主题: Social history, United States history, Cultural history, Literature, African history, Historians, Authors, History instruction, History, Universities, Historiography, HISTORY,

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