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New directions in social and cultural history / edited by Sasha Handley, Rohan McWilliam and Lucy Noakes.

Contributor(s): Handley, Sasha [editor.] | McWilliam, Rohan [editor.] | Noakes, Lucy [editor.].
Material type: TextTextSeries: New directions in social and cultural history.Publisher: London : Bloomsbury Academic, 2018Description: 275 str. : 24 cm.ISBN: 9781472580801 (hardback); 9781472580818 (pbk.).Subject(s): historiografija | metodologija historije | kulturna povijest | socijalna povijestAdditional physical formats: Online version:: New directions in social and cultural historyDDC classification: 306
Contents:
Subjectivity, the self and historical practice / Penny Summerfield -- The history of emotions / Rob Boddice -- The body and the senses / Judith A. Allen -- A return to materialism? putting social history back into place / Katrina Navickas -- Markets and culture / Donna Loftus -- Visual and material cultures / Jennifer Tucker -- Public histories / Paul Ashton and Meg Foster -- Animal human histories / Hilda Kean -- New directions in transnational history: thinking and living transnationally / Durba Ghosh -- Environmental history / John Morgan -- Spatial history / Nicola Whyte -- Afterword: digital history / Seth Denbo.
Summary: "What does it mean to be a social and cultural historian today? In the wake of the 'cultural turn', and in an age of digital and public history, what challenges and opportunities await historians in the early 21st century? In this exciting new text, leading historians reflect on key developments in their fields and argue for a range of 'new directions' in social and cultural history. Focusing on emerging areas of historical research such as the history of the emotions and environmental history, New Directions in Social and Cultural History is an invaluable guide to the current and future state of the field. The book is divided into three clear sections, each with an editorial introduction, and covering key thematic areas: histories of the human, the material world, and challenges and provocations. Each chapter in the collection provides an introduction to the key and recent developments in its specialist field, with their authors then moving on to argue for what they see as particularly important shifts and interventions in the theory and methodology and suggest future developments. New Directions in Social and Cultural History provides a comprehensive and insightful overview of this burgeoning field which will be important reading for all students and scholars of social and cultural history and historiography"--
List(s) this item appears in: 2019 - POVIJEST PRINOVE
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Subjectivity, the self and historical practice / Penny Summerfield -- The history of emotions / Rob Boddice -- The body and the senses / Judith A. Allen -- A return to materialism? putting social history back into place / Katrina Navickas -- Markets and culture / Donna Loftus -- Visual and material cultures / Jennifer Tucker -- Public histories / Paul Ashton and Meg Foster -- Animal human histories / Hilda Kean -- New directions in transnational history: thinking and living transnationally / Durba Ghosh -- Environmental history / John Morgan -- Spatial history / Nicola Whyte -- Afterword: digital history / Seth Denbo.

"What does it mean to be a social and cultural historian today? In the wake of the 'cultural turn', and in an age of digital and public history, what challenges and opportunities await historians in the early 21st century? In this exciting new text, leading historians reflect on key developments in their fields and argue for a range of 'new directions' in social and cultural history. Focusing on emerging areas of historical research such as the history of the emotions and environmental history, New Directions in Social and Cultural History is an invaluable guide to the current and future state of the field. The book is divided into three clear sections, each with an editorial introduction, and covering key thematic areas: histories of the human, the material world, and challenges and provocations. Each chapter in the collection provides an introduction to the key and recent developments in its specialist field, with their authors then moving on to argue for what they see as particularly important shifts and interventions in the theory and methodology and suggest future developments. New Directions in Social and Cultural History provides a comprehensive and insightful overview of this burgeoning field which will be important reading for all students and scholars of social and cultural history and historiography"--

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