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Debating new approaches to history / edited by Marek Tamm and Peter Burke.

Contributor(s): Tamm, Marek [edt] | Burke, Peter, 1937- [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019Description: xiii, 371 str. ilustr. 24 cm.ISBN: 9781474281911; 9781474281928.Subject(s): metodologija historije | metode | vrste historijeDDC classification: 907.2 Other classification: K:d
Contents:
Global history / J�rgen Osterhammel -- Postcolonial history / Rochona Majumdar -- Environmental history / Gregory Quenet -- Gender history / Laura Lee Downs -- History of memory / Geoffrey Cubitt -- History of knowledge / Martin Mulsow -- History of emotions / Piroska Nagy -- History of things/ Ivan Gaskell -- History of visual culture / Gil Bartholeyns -- Digital history / Jane Winters -- Neurohistory / Rob Boddice -- Posthumanist history / Ewa Domaska.
Summary: "With its innovative format, Debating New Approaches to History addresses issues currently at the top of the discipline's theoretical and methodological agenda. In its chapters, leading historians of both older and younger generations from across the Western world and beyond discuss and debate the main problems and challenges that historians are facing today. Each chapter is followed by a critical commentary from another key scholar in the field and the author's response. The volume looks at topics such as the importance and consequences of the 'digital turn' in history (what will history writing be like in a digital age?), the challenge of posthumanist theory for history writing (how do we write the history of non-humans?) and the possibilities of moving beyond traditional sources in history and establishing a dialogue with genetics and neurosciences (what are the perspectives and limits of the so-called 'neurohistory'?). It also revisits older debates in history which remain crucial, such as what the gender approach can offer to historical research or how to write history on a global scale. Debating New Approaches to History does not just provide a useful overview of the new approaches to history it covers, but also offers insights into current historical debates and the process of historical method in the making. It demonstrates how the discipline of history has responded to challenges in society - such as digitalization, globalization and environmental concerns - as well as in humanities and social sciences, such as the 'material turn', 'visual turn' or 'affective turn'. This is a key volume for all students of historiography wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of contemporary thinking in historical research"--
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Global history / J�rgen Osterhammel -- Postcolonial history / Rochona Majumdar -- Environmental history / Gregory Quenet -- Gender history / Laura Lee Downs -- History of memory / Geoffrey Cubitt -- History of knowledge / Martin Mulsow -- History of emotions / Piroska Nagy -- History of things/ Ivan Gaskell -- History of visual culture / Gil Bartholeyns -- Digital history / Jane Winters -- Neurohistory / Rob Boddice -- Posthumanist history / Ewa Domaska.

"With its innovative format, Debating New Approaches to History addresses issues currently at the top of the discipline's theoretical and methodological agenda. In its chapters, leading historians of both older and younger generations from across the Western world and beyond discuss and debate the main problems and challenges that historians are facing today. Each chapter is followed by a critical commentary from another key scholar in the field and the author's response. The volume looks at topics such as the importance and consequences of the 'digital turn' in history (what will history writing be like in a digital age?), the challenge of posthumanist theory for history writing (how do we write the history of non-humans?) and the possibilities of moving beyond traditional sources in history and establishing a dialogue with genetics and neurosciences (what are the perspectives and limits of the so-called 'neurohistory'?). It also revisits older debates in history which remain crucial, such as what the gender approach can offer to historical research or how to write history on a global scale. Debating New Approaches to History does not just provide a useful overview of the new approaches to history it covers, but also offers insights into current historical debates and the process of historical method in the making. It demonstrates how the discipline of history has responded to challenges in society - such as digitalization, globalization and environmental concerns - as well as in humanities and social sciences, such as the 'material turn', 'visual turn' or 'affective turn'. This is a key volume for all students of historiography wanting to keep their finger on the pulse of contemporary thinking in historical research"--

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