In this pioneering work, Ernst Breisach presents an effective, well-organized, and The definitive look at the writing of history by a historian, Historiography. Historiography: ancient, medieval, & modern. Breisach, Ernst. Title, Historiography: ancient, medieval, & modern / Ernst Breisach. Author, Breisach, Ernst. Historiography: Ancient, Medieval, & Modern. Breisach, Ernst: Chicago, IL: The University of Chicago Press, pp., Publication Date:
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Check copyright status Cite this Title Historiography: Other Authors ebrary, Inc. Historia geral historiografia Historiography Contents Introduction 1. The emergence of Greek historiography 3. The era of the ‘polis’ and its historians 3.
Reaching the limits of Greek historiography 4.
Historiography: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern
Historians and the Republic’s crisis 6. Perceptions of historiohrfia past in Augustan and Imperial Rome 7. The Christian historiographical revolution 8. The historiographical mastery of new peoples, states, and dynasties 9.
Historians and the ideal of the Christian commonwealth Historiography’s adjustment to accelerating change The continuing modification of traditional historiography The eighteenth-century quest for a new historiography Historians as interpreters of progress and nation A first prefatory note to modern historiography History and the quest for a uniform science The discovery of economic dynamics Historians discover the masses The problem of world history A second prefatory note to modern historiography since Questions of historical truth: Two recent endeavors in ‘scientific’ history The fading of the paneconomic model American and French interpretations of social history Redefinitions of two national historiographies The enigma of world history Epilogue: Historiography at the new turn of centuries.
Machine derived contents note: The Loss of Focus 3. Triumph and a Latin Response 5.
Progress in History New Grand Interpretations: The Cyclical Pattern Historians, the Nation, and Liberty Paneconomic History Economic History after Marx Call for a Democratic History The Problem of World History A Promise and Many Problems Ultimate Meaning or Another Method?
Reshaping Economic History Notes Includes bibliographical references pages and indexes.
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“Historiography : Ancient, Medieval, & Modern” by Ernst Breisach
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