The Modern Historiography Reader: Western Sources - Routledge Readers in History by Dr Adam Budd
In the book of modern history, Adam Bowd guides readers through European and North American developments in writing history since the eighteenth century. From the history of enlightenment and mobility…
The Modern Historiography Reader synopsis
In the book of modernhistory, Adam Bowd guides readers through European and North American developments in writing history since the eighteenth century. From the history of enlightenment and mobility in subjects such as moral history, national history, the emergence of history as a profession and the influence of scientific principles on history, some of the most important developments in 20th century history, such as social history, painful memory, postcolonialism, sex history, postmodernism, And the history of material objects.
This is the only book that combines the historical writing of anthropology, literary theory, philosophy, psychology, and sociology - as well as history. Each of the 13 thematic sections begins with a clear introduction to readers' knowledge of topics and articles, and their placement in their broader contexts. They explain what history is, how historians' views and sources determine the kinds of questions they ask, and discuss how social and ideological developments have shaped historical writing over the past three centuries.
With a glossary of critical terms and reading lists for each section, the ModernHistory Book: WesternSources is an ideal introduction to modern history.
Enter the name of the book The Modern Historiography Reader to make a search and display the links.